Pom Terrier:Fox Terrier and Pomeranian Mix
Facts & Origin
Pomeranian and Fox Terrier Mix - a hybrid breed.
This mixed breed is the perfect combination of two beloved and cherished dog breeds, the Pomeranian and the Fox Terrier. With its unique appearance that reflects the best of both breeds and its energetic, affectionate nature, the Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix is sure to bring joy and laughter to any household.
|Origin||UK - Germany|
|Life expectancy||12 - 16 years|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
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Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits of Pomeranian and Fox Terrier mix - Such is probably his nature.
The Pomeranian and Fox Terrier mix, also known as the "Poxer", is an incredibly intelligent and loyal mixed breed. This little dog is a great companion for families and individuals alike!
This unique mixed breed has the loving personality of a Pomeranian and the curiosity of a Fox Terrier, making him the perfect pup for any owner. A Poxer loves to interact with people and is always ready to explore new places and experiences. The breed is also generally compatible with other animals, including cats.
Poxers are very loyal creatures and make excellent watchdogs. They protect their owners and alert them when they sense danger. The breed can be independent at times and tends to be stubborn, so it needs strict but gentle training.
Pom Terriers need plenty of exercise and mental stimulation to stay healthy and entertained. Ideally, they should be taken for regular walks, have plenty of opportunity to play, and participate in activities such as agility or obedience classes.
The breed is affectionate and loving, so it is important that owners give their puppy enough time and attention. The breed is not suitable for those who are away for long periods of time or cannot adequately care for their pet.
Overall, the Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix is a wonderful pet for active and lazy households alike. With its intelligence, loyalty and personality, the Poxer makes an excellent companion for any family. With proper training, socialization and care, this versatile mixed breed will provide many years of enjoyment to its owners*.
Health and breeding information
What diseases can occur in Pomeranian and Fox Terrier mix.
The Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix is a dog mix that is becoming increasingly popular among dog lovers. While these mixed breed dogs have all the qualities of a small, yappy pet, they also have their own health issues. In order to prevent and treat possible illnesses, it is important for potential owners* to know the known diseases of the Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix.
The most common health problem in Pomeranian Fox Terriers is a condition called hip dysplasia. This genetic disorder is caused by a structural abnormality in the hip joint. The joint becomes unstable and can be extremely painful and even cause mobility problems in some dogs. While this condition cannot be prevented, a good diet and regular exercise can help control the progression of the disease.
Other common health problems in the Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix include skin allergies and eye problems. Skin allergies can cause dryness and itching and can be caused by environmental factors or food. Eye problems such as entropion and cataracts can also occur in Pomeranian Fox Terriers and require medical intervention.
Finally, the Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix is prone to dental disease. Poor oral hygiene can lead to serious periodontal problems such as cavities, tooth decay and gum disease. Dental problems should be taken seriously and treated promptly to avoid serious long-term complications.
Knowing the common health problems of the Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix will help potential owners make informed decisions when adding one of these dogs to their family. With proper nutrition, exercise and medical care, these dogs can live healthy, happy lives.
What does this mixed breed look like?
The Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix is a small, cute looking mixed breed dog. It has a soft, double coat that can be either wiry, straight or curly. The outer coat is usually longer and thicker than the inner layer, which is soft and downy. Colors found in this mixed breed include black, brown, cream, orange, red and blue. The coat may have patches of various colors, usually white or tan, and possibly some markings of black, gray or brindle. It is not uncommon for this breed to have two different colored eyes as well. This breed is generally not considered hypoallergenic.
What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?
The Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix is a small and sturdy dog with a deep chest and a small to medium build. Its height can range from 18 to 30 cm, and its body weight can vary from 1.5 to 6 kg. Its coat can vary in different colors and patterns, such as white and tan, tri-colored, or black and tan. The muzzle is generally short and pointed, and the ears are usually erect. The breed generally has large, dark eyes and a bushy tail that can be either straight or flexible. The coat is dense, smooth and glossy and often comes in two different colors.
|Fur length||short - long|
|Fur||rough-haired - flat coated|
|Ear shape||Tilt-ear - Standing Ears|
|Tail||short - rolled up|
|Anatomy||muscular, square, slim, square|
|Size ♀||12 - 39 cm|
|Weight ♀||2 - 9 kg|
|Size ♂||17 - 39 cm|
|Weight ♂||2 - 10 kg|
Ataxia (from Greek ἀταξία ataxia 'disorder' 'irregularity') is a generic term in medicine for various disorders of movement coordination. Ataxia can occur even when there is no paralysis (paresis), that is, when there is normal muscle strength.
Often occur with allergies and intolerances.
May occur with age.
Degenerative myelopathies of dogs are a series of slowly progressing neurological diseases associated with destruction of the spinal cord. These diseases are associated with slowly progressive movement disorders of the hindquarters.
Often occurs in old age.
Chronic eye infections can be very painful in dogs and can be treated with medication. In rare cases, the cornea must be treated.
Elbow dysplasia (ED)
Elbow joint dysplasia is a chronic disease complex of the elbow joint of fast growing dog breeds.
Can occur frequently in dogs and can sometimes be treated with medication.
Hip dysplasia (HD)
The hip dysplasia or hip joint dysplasia of the dog (HD) is a maldevelopment of the hip joint.
Patellar luxation is the term used to describe a displacement of the kneecap, which is one of the most common causes of lameness in dogs.
A Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix is usually a small, fluffy dog with a round face, pointed ears, and a shaggy or curly coat. They often have a mixture of colors from both breeds, typically white, cream, black, tan, brown and red.
A Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix usually lives between 12 and 14 years.
A Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix is usually an active and friendly dog with a high energy level. They are loyal and loving companions, but can also be naughty and temperamental.
A Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix needs regular exercise to stay healthy. Daily walks and play sessions are recommended for this breed to ensure that their energy levels do not get out of control.
A Pomeranian-Fox Terrier mix usually gets along well with children if properly socialized. However, they can be too energetic for younger children, so supervision is always recommended.
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