How to Care for a Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix: The Ultimate Guide

Pomeranian chihuahua mix are a unique breed that can trace their lineage back to the 1800s. These dogs are extremely small (most weigh between five and seven pounds) and come in a variety of colors, including black, red, and brown. Pomeranian chihuahuas are often mistaken for pomeranian poodle mixes but they are two separate breeds. Pomeranian chihuahuas are a cross between a Pomeranian and a Chihuahua. Pomeranian chihuahuas can make great pets in the right home, but only with the right care. 

If you’re thinking about adopting a Pomeranian Chihuahua mix, read on for some helpful tips about how to take care of one.

How to Care for a Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix: The Ultimate Guide


What is a Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix?

Pomeranian Chihuahua mixes are a small dog with a coat that features Pomeranian fur on the head and body, with long hair similar to that of a Chihuahua.


How to Care for a Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix

One of the things you’ll need to do as a new pet owner is learn how to properly care for your dog. Here are some tips on how to take care of a Pomeranian Chihuahua mix:

Housebreaking: This breed is extremely small and will not require as much space to housebreak as other breeds. They can usually be housebroken in three weeks or so with a consistent routine. 

Exercise: Unless you want your Pomeranian chihuahua mix to become overweight, it’s important that they get enough exercise. These dogs are great for apartment living, but you should still walk them at least once a day (more if you can). If you have the time and energy, this dog would also make an excellent jogging companion.

Grooming: The good news about these dogs is that they don't shed much and don't require too much grooming! They need occasional brushing every few weeks and baths every now and then. You can find a variety of products at stores like Petsmart that will make grooming easier. 

Training: Pomeranian Chihuahuas are intelligent creatures that can be trained using positive reinforcement methods such as clicker training and food rewards. These methods will result in more relaxed behaviors when being trained! You can also use treats and toys during training sessions which will keep pups interested in completing tasks without getting bored.


Feed a Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix

Once a Day

Pomeranian Chihuahua mixes are small dogs and they don't need as many calories as larger breeds. Feed your Pomeranian chihuahua mix once a day but make sure you give them high quality food. You can even supplement your dog's diet by giving him some fresh vegetables and fruit.

If you have any questions about feeding your dog, talk to a vet or animal nutritionist for more information.


Exercise a Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix

Pomeranian Chihuahua mixes make great pets in the right homes, but they can be high maintenance. They need to be exercised daily to avoid pent-up energy and an excess of energy. It is important that you are able to dedicate time to play with your Pomeranian Chihuahua mix each day. That being said, these dogs will not tolerate walks on a leash or any type of restraint. They need to run free, so it’s best to have a yard where they can do just that!

How to Care for a Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix


Toys and Playthings for a Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix

Pomeranian chihuahuas are very intelligent and love to play. It’s important that they have toys to keep them entertained.

Some ideas of toys for a Pomeranian Chihuahua mix include:

  • A ball with a bell inside
  • Plastic rings (made for dogs)
  • Stuffed animals or squeaky toys 
  • Kong toy filled with wet dog food 
  • A rope toy or braided tug toy


How to Trim a Pomeranian Chihuahuan’s Hair

Pomeranian chihuahuas can have long hair, which needs to be kept trimmed so it doesn’t tangle and mat. If the dog’s hair is too long, it will become tangled and matted, which can lead to skin irritation. In addition to the dog’s hair, you also need to trim their nails every couple of weeks or so.

Cutting a Pomeranian Chihuahua's nails is an important part of grooming them because if they're not cut regularly they can grow into the paw pads causing pain and infection. Nails should be cut straight across from side to side and at a 45-degree angle across the top with a dremel or clippers.

If your Pomeranian Chihuahua's hair or nails are too long, you should take them to your vet for professional trimming. Your vet will have the right tools for cutting fur that won't leave painful mats behind and skills that will help avoid accidentally clipping your dog's nail down to the quick (which will hurt). If you don't want to get professional help, you can use a set of pet clippers designed for trimming dogs' ears and paws. They work well on those areas of your dog's body as well as on its tail. 

  • Tip: Most Pomeranian Chihuahua owners say that these dogs are ideal for apartment living due to their size, but families with children might want to consider


Common Health Problems for a Pomeranian Chihuahua Mix

Pomeranian Chihuahua mixes are a pretty healthy breed. However, like any breed, they still have some health problems you should be aware of. Some of the more common conditions include:

  • Cataracts -Luxating patella (the knee joint suddenly pops out of place) -Legg-Perthes Disease (a condition that affects the hip) 
  • Skin allergies 
  • A blood sugar imbalance

It’s always important to check with your veterinarian if your dog is showing symptoms or signs of any of these conditions.

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Wrapping It Up!

Pomeranian Chihuahua mixes are unique in that they share the characteristics of two different breeds. These small dogs are easy to care for, but will only live a long and happy life with someone who understands their needs. This article discussed how to take care of a Pomeranian Chihuahua mix and what you should know before adopting one. We also included some helpful tips like how often these dogs need to be groomed and when they need to be walked (and what type of leash is best).

The most important thing you can do to ensure your dog’s safety is exercise it. These tiny dogs love to run around so make sure you give them outdoor time at least once or twice a day. 

If you have any questions about caring for your Pomeranian Chihuahua mix, get in touch! As always, we're happy to help!


Key Takeaway

One of the most important things to remember when caring for your Pomeranian Chihuahua mix is that they need plenty of grooming. A Pomeranian chihuahua mix’s coat can be difficult to groom because it’s so short, but it needs brushing or combing every couple of days. In addition to regular grooming, you should also trim their nails and teeth on a monthly basis. 

Pomeranian chihuahuas are prone to dental problems, but you can keep this from happening by making sure you brush their teeth as recommended. You should also avoid giving them too many treats and pay attention to the food brands that you purchase for them. 

This breed loves people, but they are sometimes shy around strangers so socializing with people through teaching them commands is a great idea. This will make them more confident around new people in general which will make the dog more comfortable around visitors and family members alike! 

Pomeranian chihuahuas typically live between 12-18 years and will usually weigh between five and seven pounds. These dogs require a lot of care, so if this sounds like something you could handle then read on for some helpful tips.>>END>>


Conclusion

Pomeranian Chihuahua mixes are a mixed breed between the Pomeranian and the Chihuahua. These mixed breed dogs are small in stature, but with a big personality. These little dogs are often referred to as Pomchi's. The Pomeranian Chihuahua mix is a great dog for small spaces, as they are not very active indoors and will happily curl up in your lap. If you're looking for a new dog, or just want to learn more about this mixed-breed, this article is for you!

Pomeranian Chihuahua mixes are intelligent and quick learners; be sure to keep your training sessions short and sweet. They do not do well with loneliness and separation anxiety, so make sure to spend lots of time with them. These dogs also need plenty of exercise so that their energy stays in check. If you're looking for the perfect dog for your family, a Pomeranian Chihuahua mix is just what you're looking for!