Whenever you hear the name Pomapoo, what do you think of? Well. you should think of a mixed dog. This is actually a mix of a Pomeranian and a Poodle. There are a lot of different names that this dog has been given. Right now the most common is, of course, the Pomapoo. Sometimes however, you will hear them called Pooranian, Pom A Poo, or even Pompoo. Of course, either way you look at it, when you are talking about these dogs, you are talking about Pomapooses. The main thing that you should know about these dogs is that they have a signature coat. This is a coat that does not shed. Although this is not considered a purebred dog, it does have consistent characteristics. In fact, the non-shedding coat has been a trait that has been seen in all Pomapooses.
If you want to know more about the size of a Pomapoo, then this is a trait that can be seen when they are puppies. Usually judging by the size of the Pomapoo puppies you can tell just how big they are going to be. However, since there are a lot of different poodles the Pomapoo can be mixed with, the sizes do too. For example, if it's mixed with a toy or a miniature poodle, then it is going to be a lot smaller than if it was mixed with a standard poodle. The miniature Pomapoo is the most common. It is not very likely that you will ever see a Pomapoo that has been mixed with a standard poodle. The most common height to see these dogs is about 8 to 12 inches. Anything bigger than that is unlikely. On top of that, they normally only weigh between 3 and 14 pounds. That is a pretty big jump in weight, but it really depends on what you feed them. These are smart dogs, and they know that human food taste better. Thus, they will not eat dog food if you give them people food. The people food is not good for these dogs and should be avoided at all costs.
Some good news about the Pomapooses is that they get along great with very young children. These dogs are very friendly with all people, even strangers, and this makes them very poor watchdogs. Most of the time they do not bark a lot. Most of these dogs only live to be around 10 to 15 years of age. Thus, you should not expect them to be around for too long.