When is a Pomapoo Full Grown?

When is a Pomapoo Full Grown?

Pomapoos are a mixed breed of Pomeranian and toy poodle. They are cute and friendly dogs. Generally blessed with a spunky and friendly, personality; Pomapoos are widely popular among the masses. But what is the size of a full-grown Pomapoo?

The size and weight of a full-grown Pomapoo may slightly differ based on its gender. A male Pomapoos height is 8 inches to 10 inches, while a female is 8 inches to 9 inches. You will see that full-grown Pomapoos are between 8 to 10 inches. They will weigh between 5 and 15 pounds.

Is a Pomapoo a good dog?
Is a Pomapoo a good dog?

The American kennel club does not recognize Pomapoos despite being a lineage of purebred. They are referred to as crossbreed. However, they are recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club, the Designers Kennel club, and the International Designer Canine Registry. There is no proper documentation of Pomapoos origin.

How big is a full grown Pomapoo?
How big is a full grown Pomapoo?

Nature and character of a Pomapoo

They are highly skilled dogs which make them learn faster if appropriately trained. Training the dog at a young age will help them get used to socializing and familiar with people. It will also help the dog be friendly with strangers. A dog’s personality depends on how it is brought up or trained.

Pomapoos personality and coat may vary depending on which breed the genetic make-up is dominant. Regardless of that, Pomapoos are cute and adorable. This breed is a very playful and quick learner. They may also require professionals to groom their coats because of their variance.

A Pomapoo may have a curly coat or a straight coat. Its coat needs constant care to avoid tangling. Regular brushing of teeth is also essential for this breed. They tend to have oral health issues.

They love being the center of attention. Pomapoos cannot be left alone for a long duration.

It may cause them separate anxiety. This breed dwells well in the family households. Constant care and affection need must show toward a Pomapoo. A Pomapoo breed thrives on the love and cares it received from its owners.

 Pomapoos do not like to stay isolated. They are always beside their owner.

Pomapoo Full Grown – Size and Weight

A Pomapoo is a small dog. Being a hybrid of a toy poodle and a pomeranian, they are relatively small and cute. Pomapoos are also called Pooranium, Pompoo, and Pomeroodles.

Pomapoos are small in size that can only weigh up to fifteen pounds or less. They have short to medium-length coats. As small dogs, they can get injured if they are not looking into properly.

There are few standards when it comes to the size of Pomapoos. As it is a new breed, there are no definitive size standards set for them. Male Pomapoos are a bit larger as compared to female Pomapoos.

What Do Full Grown Pomapoos Look Like?

Adult Pomapoos are soft, fluffy, and cute. Their faces vary depending on the dominant parent’s genes, which means they can be narrow like the Poodle parent or wedge-shaped like the Pomeranian parent.

Pomapoos have short legs, a dainty well-proportioned body, and tiny paws. The ears are straight or floppy, the eyes are alert, and their nose is button-shaped.

Their coat length ranges from short to medium and can be straight, wavy, or curly. They come in shades of black, white, brown, fawn, sable, or red.

How to Care for a Pomapoo?

If you want your Pomapoo to grow up healthy, you have to give them the best care. Here are my tips:

  • Don’t leave Pomapoos alone for too long. They are very affectionate and suffer separation anxiety.
  • Pomapoos are susceptible to plaque build-up. Ensure you brush their teeth frequently.
  • Don’t let Pomapoos exercise too hard. These dogs are prone to injuries due to their small size. Keep an eye around your dog whenever there are children because they can handle them roughly.
  • Pomapoos get tear stains under their eyes, so be sure to wipe the face daily to stop tear stains from setting.
  • Brush your Pomapoo’s coat every other day to remove tangles and loose hair. You can take your dog for professional grooming every four to eight weeks.
  • Toilet training Pomapoos is more complicated because they have small bladders and may pee quite often.

When Do Pomapoos Become Mentally Mature?

Pomapoos are mentally mature at 12 to 14 months. At this age, you can expect them to give up puppy behaviors and act like adult dogs because they are more receptive to training.

Poodle is one of a Pomapoo’s parents. Poodles are the second most intelligent dogs, which makes Pomapoos (their offspring) intelligent too. Pomapoos are quick learners who are keen to please their owners.

It’s advisable to begin training early (6 to 7 weeks) before destructive behaviors occur. I used positive reinforcement but remained loving in my approach while training my Pomapoo.

Development Milestones of a Pomapoo

Pomapoos grow fast in height and weight for the first 3-6 months. The growth rate steadily declines through adolescence, but they continue gaining muscle and fat. But when is a Pomapoo full grown?

A Pomapoo will be fully grown in 12 months. During this period, it can attain a height of 12 inches and a weight of up to 10 pounds.

Pomapoos reach adolescence at five months and are sexually mature at 7-8 months.

Here are the developmental milestones Pomapoos go through:

  • Birth – 2 Weeks: Pomapoos’ ears and eyes open, and they start crawling around.
  • 6 – 7 Weeks: Wean them at this stage and start training them on obedience.
  • 10 – 11 Weeks: The Pomapoo can begin exercising, vaccinations, and de-worming at this age.
  • 5 Months: At five months, the adult coat starts growing, and adolescence sets in. They are also disobedient and hyperactive, which makes training necessary at this stage.
  • 7 – 8 Months: I introduced adult food to my Pomapoo dog at this stage. You can introduce adult exercise too. At 7-8 months, your Pomapoo is ready for parenthood.
  • 14 Months: At 14 months, Your puppy is now full-grown, physically and mentally.

Diet and Health Issues of a Pomapoo

Health Challenges

Some medical conditions affecting Pamapoos are inherited, though they are not everyday occurrences.

A Pomapoo puppy can inherit the following health conditions:

  • Epilepsy: Caused by metabolic disease or exposure to toxins.
  • Hypoglycemia: Low blood sugar caused by stress, parasites, excessive energy, or missing a meal, especially in younger puppies.
  • Luxating patellas: The knee joint becomes unstable and moves out of place, causing lameness.
  • Collapsing tracheas: Cartilage rings in the trachea collapse, causing harsh dry coughs or even a windpipe collapse.

Pomapoos can also suffer from hypothyroidism, eye problems such as cataracts, and dental problems. Such medical conditions can slow down your puppy’s growth.


Toy dogs have a fast metabolism and should be on a diet formulated for puppies. Even with a fast metabolism, don’t feed them too much. If they are obese, the extra weight will strain their tiny skeletons.

Instead, feed them small meals at several intervals. Dry food (kibble) is recommended for convenience and easy digestion.

Keep their protein intake high (40-45%) by including liver, kidney, and lean white meat.

Avoid feeding your dog raisins, grapes, or chocolate because they are toxic to dogs. Spicy food will also upset their stomachs.

Guidelines on how much food to give a Pomapoo according to weight:

Weight of Pomapoo Food Amount
1 pound ½ cup of food
3 pounds 1 cup of food
5 pounds 1.25 cups of food
6 pounds 2 cups of food

Overall, Pomapoos’ food should be high in protein, low in sugar, and free from grains, additives, or fillers.

Mini Pomapoo Size Full Grown

Did you know there is also a Mini Pomapoo size? These dogs are created by breeding a regular Pomeranian with a Miniature Poodle. This means that the Mini Pomapoo size will be slightly bigger than the Toy Pomapoo size.

However, because it’s already such a small dog, it’s not always a substantial difference. Miniature Poodles are generally about 5 inches taller than a Toy Poodle. The Mini Pomapoo is the largest size option for the breed.

How Big Do Mini Pomapoos Get?

Still find yourself asking, “how big do Mini Pomapoos get?” Well, Miniature Pomapoos are likely to be around 9-12 inches tall. Their weight range is between 10 and 20 pounds.

How Big Do Toy Pomapoos Get?

Just how big do Toy Pomapoos get? The Toy Pomapoo size full grown is always going to be very small. Although their weight varies more than both of the breeds that create them, their height is never much more than 9 inches tall.

The average weight of a Toy Pomapoo is somewhere between 5 and 15 pounds, though this can fluctuate throughout the dog’s lifespan.

Toy Pomapoo Size Full Grown

The Toy Pomapoo size is the smallest version you’ll find of this breed. By breeding a Toy Poodle with a Pomeranian, you’re going to end up with a dog on the small end of the size spectrum.

Toy Poodles are the “larger” of the two breeds weighing between 6 and 9 pounds compared to the Pomeranian’s 3-7 pounds. They both stand about 10 inches tall on average.

Final Thoughts

Pomapoos grow fast during the first months and reach half their total weight at three months. With the proper diet, exercise, and care, your Pomapoo will reach adult weight and height in 7 to 12 months.

They are toy dogs, so it’s rare for them to grow beyond 12 inches. However, they have a long lifespan of 12 to 15 years.

Pomapoos may face some challenges while growing up, like inherited medical conditions. Children may also squash them due to their small size, which you can avoid by keeping an eye on your tiny dog.

Edward Hollon is an avid dog lover and writer, knowing all there is to know about our furry friends. Edward has been writing for petdii for three years now, wanting to use her knowledge for good and share everything she can with new dog owners. Edward has two dogs herself - a German shepherd called Banjo and a chocolate labrador called Buttons. Edward knows more than anyone how adjusting to new life with a puppy can turn your life upside down, and she wants to ease some of the burdens through her articles.


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