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Pomachon Breed Information

White and Brown Pomachon Outdoor

This pup is gentle and well-behaved with children of all ages. They are a hybrid breed mixed with the purebred Pomeranian and Bichon Frise. Courageous and affectionate, these pups are loving and make great indoor or outdoor companions. Playful and clownish, they love to snuggle up with you to watch a movie but also love to be active. While going on adventures you can always count on the Pomachon puppy because they are always eager to try something new. 

BREED TYPE / MIX Hybrid / Pomeranian crossed with a Bichon Frise ENERGY Moderate SHEDDING Minimum TRAINING Responsive TEMPERAMENT Affectionate, Gentle, Loving, Playful ADULT WEIGHT 5-10 lbs ADULT HEIGHT 9-11 in LIFE SPAN 12-15 yrs


  • They're friendly and love to make friends with other dogs, cats, and young kids 
  • This breed is so smart that it won’t take long for your Pomachon to figure out what you want them to do 
  • These dogs combine the curious and active nature of the Pomeranian and the want-to-please attitude of the Bichon Frise 
  • They are loving and playful and make ideal family pets 
  • They are a small but brave breed, not afraid to explore the world and always looking for adventures 
  • These dogs are intelligent but also active so they need exercise each day along with mental stimulation such as obedience training or agility classes 
  • This hybrid breed has been known to be especially good with children and other animals because of their confident and friendly demeanor 
  • The Pomachon is an adorable, low-maintenance, and easy-going pup that will be a good choice for any family, singles, or seniors 
  • They're sweet, cuddly, and loving, but also well-behaved enough for a quiet home 
White Pomachon Indoor


The Pomachon is a small, active, and agile dog with an expressive face and large eyes. They have black noses, floppy or pointed ears, and medium muzzles. Their coat is soft, semi-hypoallergenic, minimal to non-shedding, white or black with tan markings on their chests and legs. They have thick fur around their necks which makes them look like they are wearing turtlenecks. 

Pomachons have medium-sized bodies covered in a soft, fluffy coat that comes in white, tan, black, red, or orange. Their ears are usually floppy or pointed and their noses are typically black. Pomachons weigh between 6 and 17 pounds and stand 9 to 15 inches tall at the withers. 


The Pomachon temperament is a combination of the Pomeranian and the Bichon. This crossbreed is an example of how two different breeds can be bred to produce a new type of dog that has traits from both breeds. 

The Pomachon temperament is very friendly and outgoing. This hybrid breed loves human companionship and will follow its owner around everywhere they go. They also love being around other dogs, so they make excellent companions for other pets in the household. The Pomachon temperament is also very intelligent and easy to train because they adore doing things that make you happy. 

They are moderately active dogs that require at least one long walk every day. Not exercising them enough can lead them to become destructive and possibly even suffer from separation anxiety. energy. 



Your Pomachons grooming routine will depend on the type of coat they have. Long-haired Pomachons need to be brushed or combed regularly to prevent tangles and mats from developing in their fur. Medium-haired Pomachons require only occasional brushing. Short-haired Pomachons require little maintenance, but they can still benefit from regular brushing to remove dirt and debris from their coats. 

The first step in keeping your Pomachons coat healthy is to brush it regularly. All breeds of dogs should be brushed at least once a week, but this frequency should increase for long-haired Pomachons because they tend to shed more hair than short-haired Pomachons do.  

Brushing your dog's coat on a daily basis may not be practical, but you should at least brush your dog every other day to prevent tangles and mats from forming in their fur.  

Bathing them is a regular grooming process that should be done every 4 to 6 weeks with a special shampoo made especially for dogs.  

If the pup is kept in a small area with little to no exercise, the nails can grow too long. Nails should be trimmed once every few weeks. If you don’t have time for that, a quick schedule for the groomers should do the trick. 

Exercise Needs

The Pomachons are small dogs, but this doesn't mean they can't handle some exercise. They love to run and play, so if you have a yard, it's best to keep them in it. If you don't, then they should still get their daily walk, which should only be about 30 minutes long. 

Pomachon dogs also love to play, so if you have children at home, this would be a great dog for them to play with. Their spirit for adventure makes them the perfect buddy for exploring unknown territories. 

They love to run and play and will happily do so all day long if allowed by their owners. They are fans of puzzle games and activities that include running or agility. 


Their hybrid vigor gives them an advantage over purebreds when it comes to overall health. The Pomachons are not prone to the same ailments as their purebred parent breeds and are known to live longer healthier lives. 
They are generally healthy dogs with few health problems. However, as with all breeds, there are some overall issues that can occur in Pomachons. 

Like other breeds, Pomachons can suffer from allergies that cause skin irritation and itchiness. These can be treated with an antihistamine medication or allergy shots if necessary. 

Dogs can develop periodontal disease if they don't get proper dental care on a regular basis. This bacteria causes inflammation in the gums which leads to infection, pain, and tooth loss if left untreated. 

Ear infections in dogs are very common because they spend a lot of time outdoors and in dusty environments. Ear infections can be difficult to treat, so it is important to get them checked out as soon as possible. 


The average lifespan of a Pomachon is 12 to 15 years, but with good care and nourishment, they can live to even more than this. They are very intelligent pups and will respond well to the right amount of exercise. 


You can train your Pomachon to do many things, such as sit, stay, come, and heel. With proper training and lots of patience, you can have a well-behaved dog that is safe to be around people. 

Training your Pomachon will help you better understand what they want and need. The better you understand them, the easier it will be for both of you to get along. It also gives them something constructive to do with their time instead of getting into trouble or barking at everything that moves by the window. 

The first thing you need when training your Pomachon is patience. This breed tends to be stubborn and independent at times. They don't always respond well to commands right away or immediately see the point in doing what's asked of them.  

Training should start when your puppy is about 8 weeks old so that they can learn some basic commands such as "sit" and "stay". Never pressure your puppy into performing a command you are not happy with, nor should you punish them for not doing something they aren't ready for. If a dog is afraid or aggressive, it will be hard to train them properly. As your puppy gets to about 12 weeks old, introduce toys into training to make the process more enjoyable for them. 

Socialization is important because it will help your puppy learn how to deal with other dogs and people. This will also help prevent some of the behavioral problems associated with socializing later in life. 


The Pomachon is also known as the Bichonaranian and Pom Frise. They are a cross between a purebred Bichon Frise and a purebred Pomeranian. You may have heard of them referred to as hybrids or designer dogs. Regardless of what you call them, they're growing in popularity every day. To know them better let’s take a look at their parents’ past. 

The Pomeranian is a small, sturdy dog with a foxy face and a curled tail. The breed has an excellent temperament and is extremely intelligent. The breed was named after the region of Pomerania in Germany and Poland, where they were first developed. The Pomeranian has been around for a long time. They were originally bred for hunting and retrieving games but were also valued as companion animals. 

The Bichon Frise is a small breed of dog, classified as a toy dog breed. They are highly intelligent, affectionate, sociable, and loyal. The name "Bichon" is French for "curly lap dog". They originated in the Mediterranean region. The Bichon Frise was brought to France by Spanish sailors. The breed quickly became popular among the French aristocracy.