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Canadian Pomsky Review – Canadian Pomsky Breeder

Canadian Pomsky Review – Canadian Pomsky BreederCanadian Pomsky is perhaps the largest Canadian Pomsky breeder north of the border, and size doesn’t exactly mean it’s the only thing they represent. Providing high quality Pomskies too many consumers around North America including Canada and the United States, their reputation has superseded themselves as being one of the top breeders worldwide.

If you’re looking for a high quality breeder that has proven their worth for many years now, then considering Canadian Pomsky is definitely a great choice. They have a health guarantee that takes the worrying out of buying a new Pomsky giving you the peace of mind for three years with a Health and Genetic Guarantee.

Being a reputable Canadian Pomsky breeder takes everything into consideration including real consumer reviews, shipping, delivery, price, health guarantees, experience, and everything else has made Canadian Pomsky who they are today. Their adoption process comes with an in-depth screening process to make sure that you are matched with the perfect Pomsky.

You can check out the official Canadian Pomsky site for more details as well as their Adoptions Qualification Page.


Comments to Canadian Pomsky Review – Canadian Pomsky Breeder

  • Do you know how to get a hold of someone from Canadian Pomsky? We’ve emailed them about 5 times (and filled out the online form) in the last few weeks with no reply.
    And they don’t have a phone number listed. We live in BC and are very interested in one of their puppies.
    Thank you!!

    Gina Campbell December 12, 2016 1:55 AM Reply
    • My friend has paid half of the money for his pup and she hasn’t returned his phone calls or emails for over a week now. Infuriating.
      Her phone number is 403-918-8590

      Ally January 7, 2017 3:16 PM Reply
      • Has any one actually got a puppy from these people or have an adress for them. I live in calgary. Nanton is only and hour from here.

        Dave March 30, 2017 2:38 PM Reply
        • They have a quote from someone from 2013 from Calgary with a name – you might be able to contact them… I contacted the breeder weeks ago about a pup that is nearly 5 months old. I did get a response, but asked how to get the process going and haven’t heard a word. I emailed again and was told they were traveling an would get back to me. That has been another week long process and no response. I’ve given up and am looking for another breeder.

          Kathy G. May 11, 2017 1:35 PM Reply
        • I got my puppy from there. He is a miniature Siberian Husky. He is an awesome puppy. I was very impressed withn their operation, facility and everything. The owner Andrea was very nice. I’ve been trying to get ahold of her for another puppy as well as utilize her kennel service she offers, but I haven’t been able to in the past 5 months. They arent answering emails or her personal cell phone. I dont know whats going on. It’s very weird and seems way out of character. If you do get ahold of someone let me know please. Thanks

          Tim June 22, 2017 3:42 AM Reply
  • I am looking for a Pomsky also and browsed a couple of Website but I was considering Canadian Pomsky, now I am worried that the Breeder is not legitimate if they are not retuning their emails.

    Mia January 3, 2017 9:39 PM Reply
    • My friend has paid half of the money for his pup and she hasn’t returned his phone calls or emails for over a week now. Infuriating. When he was initially interested she stopped returning his emails for an entire month
      Her phone number is 403-918-8590

      Ally January 7, 2017 3:17 PM Reply
  • I have sent emails as well, no reply

    Bianca January 7, 2017 2:27 PM Reply
    • I’ve also set a few emails using their online form since there isn’t any actual contact information. It’s good to hear it’s not just me but frustrating that no one seems to be getting a response.

      Tai January 25, 2017 9:16 PM Reply
    • I also have sent a few email using their online form but with no response. It’s frustrating to get no answer but it’s good to know it isn’t just me.

      Tai January 26, 2017 2:43 PM Reply
  • I have tried emailing this breeder. They said within 72 hours but it has been a week with no reply. I find that very disrespectful. If you give a time frame then as a breeder/company you should comply with it otherwise don’t post a time frame at all. It is frustrating and my husband and I are very upset.

    Rita January 24, 2017 4:14 PM Reply
  • Has anyone gotten a hold of her as I’m interested to and havnt gotten a response back and have sent many emails.

    Lyn January 28, 2017 2:31 PM Reply
  • I’ve emailed a few times with no response. Good to know it’s not just me.

    Alaya January 31, 2017 4:08 PM Reply
  • Seems like they now have an auto reply set up with information about their Valentines sale. I tried replying to the email address that the automatic message came from but after about a week still no answer.

    Tai February 21, 2017 7:08 PM Reply
  • Has anyone received a response from Canadian Pomskies yet? I, too, am in the same boat. I’ve emailed them several times since the end of last year to no avail. I’m glad to hear that it’s not just me as well, but it would be nice to get a reply since they do state they will respond within 72 hours as mentioned before. I didn’t even receive an autoreply with the information about the Valentines Day sale although I did see that on the webpage.

    JP March 20, 2017 3:09 AM Reply
  • Desperately looking for a pomsky for my son. Has anyone had any luck with a breeder in Ontario? He has DIPG and we would rather not wait months just for a response as a puppy would do wonders for his happiness during this time. Thank you for any info!

    Marie D March 27, 2017 2:44 PM Reply
    • please go to your local shelter. This breeder is not reputable. They are not recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club AND there is not such thing as Pomskys! Pomeranian female which only weighs anywhere from 3 to 8 pounds CAN NOT be BREED with a LARGE 25 plus pound HUSKY!!! the female pomeranian can not handle a LARGE puppy in her tummy especially when she only weighs 3 to 8 pounds. Please do not support breeders who only care to make money on these poor animals!

      Milo April 2, 2017 11:39 AM Reply
      • Sorry Milo, but you are mistaken. I’ve been to Canadian Pomsky and they are a very well run operation. They have 4 full time staff and their facility is great and all the dogs are well taken care of. Pomskys exist as do mini siberians as I’m laying on my couch beside the one I got from them. Obviously they dont breed them the natural way. Its done by artificial insemination and the female dog is always the husky breed because she is bigger and can handle the puppies. Ive spent alot of time out there and was very impressed with their operation and the owner Andrea. I’m not sure whats going on right now and why no one can get ahold of her as I’ve been trying too. If any one has questions about the breed and my interaction with them I’d be glad to chat with you and send you pictures of my mini Siberian. He is the cutest dog ever and I love him to death

        Tim June 22, 2017 3:50 AM Reply
    • the female pomeranian that only weighs 3 to 8 pounds will die if she is breed with a large 25 plus pound Husky. the pomeranian can not handle the pregnancy. ,and if the did breed a female 25 plus could Husky how does a male pomeranian that weights 3 to 8 pounds breed with a LARGE female! again please go to your local shelter. Don’t buy from puppy mills

      Milo April 2, 2017 11:47 AM Reply
      • They artificially insaminate the dogs. It is definitely not a puppy mill, I have three pomskies from this breeder, ranging from 12-22 lbs.

        Pomskytrio May 31, 2017 5:04 PM Reply
    • female pomeranian that only weighs 3 to 8 pounds will die if she is breed with a large 25 plus pound Husky. the pomeranian can not handle the pregnancy. , again please go to your local shelter. Don’t buy from puppy mills

      Milo April 2, 2017 11:49 AM Reply
      • This is a ridiculous comment and you are being a troll. The female husky can hold a male pom’s pups. Dont litter this thread with your personal feelings towards the breed when others have valid questions and are interested in finding out more about the breeder.

        Josh May 15, 2017 11:14 PM Reply
        • You’re correct Josh a female husky can carry pups from the male poms seeman, however it’s all done through artificial isemination as it is not physically possible to breed a male Pom with a female husky.

          Missy May 31, 2017 7:02 PM Reply
  • I think there are several warning signs here. Not answering emails or phone calls, and then advertising a sale? Trying to offload puppies at a discount is a tell-tale sign of a mill. My two cents, stay away unless you can go to the actual site for a review of the entire operation and ask that the breeder authorizes their vet to speak to you about the care given to their dogs, before you buy.

    Dee March 28, 2017 2:59 PM Reply
  • My boyfriend and I have emailed the breeder several times and received two replies: the first one within hours and the second one about 5 days later. She asked what our budget was, and we told her, and now it’s been over a week with no response – we even sent 2 follow up emails. I find this very frustrating and is giving me the ‘red flag’ feeling.

    Has anyone actually purchased one of their puppies? Is this type of communication (or lack thereof) typical for this breeder?

    Dante May 15, 2017 12:08 PM Reply
    • I have purchased a puppy from Canadian Pomsky and I have to say that their follow up customer service is very poor. No response on multiple emails seems to be their theme. Not only did it cost a lot of money to buy my dog it was not properly socialized. He is afraid of people mostly males and it has cost me a lot of money for a dog behaviourist. I would be very cautious on your purchase from this breeder. It seems that once they have your money you are no longer important. So don’t expect quick follow up service if there is a problem.

      Courtney May 21, 2017 6:42 PM Reply
  • I have purchased a pup from this breeder prior to Christmas. Please reach out if you have any questions as I’m comfortable sharing our experience thus far.

    Josh May 15, 2017 11:16 PM Reply
    • Hi Josh I am very interested in hearing about your experience with getting a pup from Canadian Pomsky. How did you get ahold of them and what was your overall experience like?

      destiny May 20, 2017 5:19 PM Reply
    • Hi Josh, I am also interested to hear what your experience with them was like. Was communication with the breeder an issue? Were there any behavioural or socialization problems with your pup as one of the other posters mentioned? Would you recommend this breeder?

      Dante May 22, 2017 3:30 PM Reply
    • Hi I put down a deposit for a pomsky pup last week and now i am trying to contact them for information on the delivery etc and i haven’t heard back from anyone. I am getting a little concerned if i got ripped off? can anyone share any experiences please

      sony May 25, 2017 4:53 PM Reply
    • How did you manage to contact Canadian Pomsky to get your pup? Been trying to a few weeks to no avail.

      Devin Stephen July 8, 2017 10:58 PM Reply
  • We gave up on trying to adopt from Canadian Pomsky after repeated attempts to contact Andrea over several months and a lack of a prompt or an informative response from her when she did finally reply. It is completely unprofessional, and one can only hope that she is devoting her time to taking care of her 20 or so puppies that she seems to have on hand at all times (puppy mill anyone?).

    There are two other breeders in Alberta that I am aware of, and I would highly recommend that anyone interested in adopting a Pomsky to reach out to them. There is one in Calgary by the name of Chinook Pomskies, and one in Millet closer to Edmonton named North Star Pomskies. Both are highly reputable and responsive, and only have a litter at a time and so the puppies are very well socialized and loved from birth. I’m frankly not surprised at all to hear that puppies from Canadian Pomsky have had socialization issues, particularly when the breeder does not seem to let the puppies be adopted until the 14 week mark when they’ve had their last set of shots, which is well into the critical socialization period for puppies which occurs from 8-16 weeks.

    Do your research everyone and go with your gut feeling about this breeder. You can find a lot of informative (and bad) press on Andrea of Canadian Pomsky simply by Googling and reading a bit.

    JP May 30, 2017 1:24 AM Reply
  • Canadian Pomsky may need to be under review. Though this may be the largest breeder in North America it is certainly not the most compassionate towards their dogs. The owner/breeder has had her fair share of unkindness toward the animals on property. With her uncertain temper you can easily hear her yelling at puppies from a mile away if the wind is in your favour. This kind of noise one can hear can only imagine the worst for those dogs who have crossed the line.
    Though the kennels may be set up accordingly to the municipality standards (which in this ones opinion need to be raised) there is certainly an over the limit (stated in the business proposal) amount of dogs on the property. This amount of dogs can cause behavioural issues in the animal and those who do not meet the definition of a stereotypical pomsky are ignored and sold to the highest bidder. This company is all about profit on the animal and not the animals wellbeing.
    Health issues are now arising from the Pomeranian husky cross. Putting these different sizes and bone densities together are bound to have devastating effects as the dog ages. Already this breed is having joint issues. If you own a pomsky have the hips checked. The majority of the older breeder dogs now have hip displacia issues. And by older we’re talking 2-4 years of age.
    The pomsky breed is definitely a wonderful breed to be introduced into city living but do your homework first. Health issues will arise with this breed as certain genetics from both parents can be observed. These include; prey drive (husky lines), elbow dislocations, hip displacia, and heart murmurs.
    Ask to see the whole property. It is your right. See how the parents are kennelled look at their accommodations. If the owner/breeder brings them to you then consider shopping elsewhere as they have something to hide.
    How do the puppies act? If they are standoffish and shy don’t assume that it’s just they way the puppy is. All puppies should have more then friendly personalities. Those that have been abused will show signs of cowardice. I know because I have delt with this first hand.
    Do your research on breeders. Find out if they’ve been approved by the municipality for a large kennel operation. This kennel operation was denied in 2013 so how did they still manage to become a full breeder. Being close I’ve seen first hand that they are not true to their word of the amount of dogs allotted on the property, they’ve surpassed the proposed amount and now are (as I would conisder) a hoarding situation. If you look at the outside kennels on the north face of the barn there are clearly more then two dogs per kennel as described by owner in this said article.

    http://eedition.nantonnews.com/doc/Nanton-News/nantonnews_07032013/2013071701/8.html

    A full appeal and business outline can be found here. Scroll to page 12.

    http://www.mdwillowcreek.com/devfiles/minutes/June%2019,%202013_MPC.pdf

    Missy May 31, 2017 7:06 PM Reply
  • Hey everyone I was reading about everyone being skeptical about this breeder and I was very skeptical too I made sure to FaceTime them to make sure the dog was real and everything and I have happily received my cute little dog from them. The woman was super nice and respectful and helped me every step of the way so this is just one person saying it was great but it couldn’t have gone better. I fell in love with my puppy I got from them and couldn’t be happier to have her in my life. She’s so damn cute I made her an Instagram. If you are in contact with them just let them know of your skepticism buying through them and they will make you more comfortable. I’m only one province over and they flew her to me and made sure to keep me updated each step of the way. I hope this helped someone!

    Emma June 19, 2017 4:35 PM Reply
  • My experience so far has not been the greatest, but I’m holding out. Having never purchased a dog from a breeder, I don’t necessarily know what to expect. I will acknowledge how difficult it is to get a hold of them via e-mail. I have been very frustrated at times. In response e-mails, Andrea seems nice and I hope the dogs are being properly cared for. I am going up to visit my darling pomsky next week and then if all goes well, I will bring her home before the end of July. I will definitely be asking to see my pup’s parents and the kennels because I do want to make sure they are well taken care of as they are quite expensive dogs!

    Sarah July 14, 2017 9:42 PM Reply

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