Pomskies are a crossbred dog originating primarily from Siberian Husky and Pomeranian parents. They tend to be small to medium sized, with profuse coats (and accompanying shedding!) with moderate energy levels and a high degree of sass. Colors vary, but typically a white-masked pattern similar to that seen in huskies is considered the most desirable. Most are shades of black, grey, or brown with some level of white markings and shading on a thick double coat. Eyes may be blue or brown or any combination of the two.
For more information about the ideal Pomsky (breed standard), check out the International Pomsky Association.