Its parent breeds are the Pomeranian and the Toy Poodle, which you may be able to tell from just looking at it. While it’s popularly known as the “Pomapoo,” it goes by Pooranian, Pomedroodle, and Pompoo.
Pomapoo hair can either be straight and silky like a Pomeranian or curly like a Poodle.
The average Pomapoo is clever, curious, loves being the center of attention, and is always eager to impress. On the flipside, Pomeranians have a lot of sass packed into their small body and Pomapoos can inherit this trait.
It’s best to feed your furry friend food that is appropriate for their age and development. And while there isn’t a set number, it’s ideal to have a feeding schedule that sees your Pomapoo eat two to three meals a day.
They can still suffer from general conditions that almost all dogs face. These include patellar luxation, cataracts, hip dysplasia, epilepsy, dental issues, tracheal collapse, and weight issues.