The Pomanauze is a newer crossbreed composed from two older and long-beloved breeds. For dog parents who need a small and playful companion, this breed mix fits the bill. This is a cross between two popular small breeds: the extroverted and unique in appearance Miniature Schnauzer and the good-natured but determined Pomeranian. This breed may be short in stature, but they’re huge in personality. They can also be a rewarding companion for many different lifestyles.
This breed mix’s parent breeds are both beloved, and for good reason. The fox-like Pomeranian is full of personality and drive to do anything asked of them. The Miniature Schnauzer originated in Germany as a powerful rat-hunting dog. Today, they’re prized for their personalities and unique “mustaches.”
Both of these dogs’ smaller sizes make their crossbreed a good option for a friendly lapdog.
As the Pomanauze is a crossbreed, they’re unlikely to be found up for adoption. Still, millions of dogs in shelters need homes. When seeking a specific breed, make an effort to adopt from a shelter or rescue. It’s important to keep in mind how uncommon this breed mix is. They might not be recognized by shelters and be listed as just a mixed breed.
Read on for a detailed list of characteristics of the Pomanauze.
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