Pomeranians are small fluffy and full of sass. Labradors are big, goofy, and lovable, Is it possible to breed a Pomeranian with a Labrador?
It is possible to breed a Pomeranian with a Labrador Retriever creating the mixed breed often referred to as the Pomador. These dogs will fall somewhere between both breeds when it comes to physical and temperamental traits.
- Can You Mix A Labrador Retriever With A Pomeranian
- What Is A Labrador Pomeranian Mix Called
- What Does A Labrador Pomeranian Mix Look Like
- What Is The Temperment Of A Labrador Pomeranian Mix
- What Is It Like Having A Labrador Pomeranian Mix
- How Much Does A Labrador Pomeranian Mix Cost
- Where Can I Get A Labrador Pomeranian Mix
- Should I Get A Pomador
- Final Thoughts
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Can You Mix A Labrador Retriever With A Pomeranian
Although it may sound like a mismatch it is possible to breed a Pomeranian with a Labrador Retriever.
Due to the drastic size difference between these two breeds male is often the Pomeranian whereas the female is the Labrador Retriever.
Unlike traditional breeding practices, breeding Pomeranians with Labrador Retrievers is done using artificial insemination.
It would be impossible and a life-threatening situation for a Pomeranian female to carry and deliver a littler of Pomeranian Labrador Mix puppies.
Are Pomeranian Labrador Mixes Accepted By The AKC
The Pomeranian and Labrador Mix is not an accepted breed according to the AKC (American Kennel Club) even if both parents are AKC registered dogs.
What Is A Labrador Pomeranian Mix Called
Labrador Retriever and Pomeranian mixes are often called Pomadors.
What Does A Labrador Pomeranian Mix Look Like
A Pomador can look more like a Pomeranian or Labrador to something in between.
Since this mix is bred from two drastically different dogs each puppy will be very different.
How Big Are Labrador Pomeranians Mixes
The Pomador is much bigger than a Pomeranian but, smaller than a Labrador Retriever.
A Labrador Retriever Mix has a large range of sizes between 8-20 inches tall with a weight of 15-20 pounds.
|6-7 inches tall||8-20 inches||21-25 inches|
|3-7 pounds||15-50 pounds||55-80 pounds|
What Is A Pomadors Coat Like
Pomadors have double coats of fur that consist of an under and an outer coat of fur.
Pomeranians Coat Description
Pomeranians are descendants from the cold Arctic region once known as Pomerania.
These dogs need thick double coats of fur to help protect them from the elements.
A Pomeranian long and fluffy coat of fur is often the most recognizable feature among Pomeranians.
Labrador Retreivers Coat Description
You may be surprised to discover that although a Labrador Retrievers coat is very short in comparison it is also a double coat.
A Labradors coat also protects the dog from the elements, especially water.
Pomadors Coat Description
A Pomadors coat is made up of two layers and often resembles the coat of the Labrador Retriever.
What Fur Colors Do Pomadors Have
Pomeranians have an incredible amount of fur color variations, 26 to be exact.
Labradors on the other hand typically have three different fur colors black, chocolate and yellow.
A Pomador can be a mix of these different fur colors but, is often lighter in color.
What Are The Body Features On A Labrador Pomeranian Mix
Since Pomadors are a mix between a small a fluffy little Pomeranian and a much larger Labrador Retriever they can vary drastically in appearance.
You will get puppies that have inherited genetics and features from each breed making each of them unique.
What Is The Temperment Of A Labrador Pomeranian Mix
Pomeranians and Labrador Retrievers are both wonderful dogs but, have very different temperaments.
Pomeranians are known for being bold, sassy, and extremely attached to their owners.
Labrador Retrievers are very affectionate people-pleasers that are very active.
Are Pomadors Friendly
You can expect a Pomador to be a very friendly and loving dog.
Are Pomadors Aggressive
Pomadors are generally not aggressive in nature but, of course, every dog needs love and training.
What Is It Like Having A Labrador Pomeranian Mix
You can’t expect a Pomador to be like a Pomeranian or a Labrador Retriever since they are a mix of the two.
You can expect a wonderful dog that is unique.
How Long Do Pomadors Live
You can expect a Pomador to live anywhere between 10 to 15 years of age.
|12 to 14 years||10-15 Years||10-12 years|
Are Pomadors Easy To Train
Both Pomeranians and Labrador Retrievers are smart dogs making the mixed Pomador breed smart as well.
These smart dogs are often easy to train.
Do Pomadors Bark A Lot
It will depend on the dog but, there is a good chance that a Pomador will enjoy barking.
Both Pomeranians and Labrador Retrievers are barkers.
Luckily, they are also very smart and can be trained to only bark when it’s appropriate.
Do Pomadors Have High Energy
Pomadors are known to have high energy with a lot of sass and personality.
Do Pomadors Get Bored
Pomadors can get bored and become destructive.
Pomeranians and Labradors are known to suffer from separation anxiety.
Labradors also have a lot of energy they need to burn off.
Can Pomadors Be Left Home Alone
Pomadors can be left home alone but, not for a long period of time.
These dogs do better in a lifestyle that offers lots of exercise and companionship.
Are Pomadors Good With Families
A Pomador would make a good family dog as long as you are able to offer that amount of exercise, companionship, and training that this dog needs to thrive.
How Much Does A Labrador Pomeranian Mix Cost
Pomadors are very rare making it hard to find a price for a Pomador puppy.
Pomeranian puppies can range between $800-$7000 on average.
Where Can I Get A Labrador Pomeranian Mix
Tracking down a Pomador puppy would be a challenge.
This mix unlike its parents the Pomeranian and Labrador Retriever is very rare.
Should I Get A Pomador
As previously mentioned, tracking down a Pomador may be like searching for a needle in a haystack.
I would suggest looking closer at Pomeranians, Labrador Retrievers, or another breed that is easy to find.
Labrador Retrievers and Pomeranians are completely different dogs beyond the obvious physical differences.
When mixed together (through artificial insemination) you end up with puppies that can range anywhere between the two breeds.
Personally, I don’t think this is the best mix to be created due to many different factors.
I honestly think it’s better to choose a Pomeranian or a Labrador Retriever.
If you are looking for a mixed breed seek out your local animal shelter or reduces.
There are always wonderful mixed puppies and dogs in need of homes.