Cons of Hybrid Mixes
There are many people who strongly believe that the Pomeranian should not be used to create hybrid Pomeranian mixed puppies. Why? Well, because when you take a purebred dog and use that dog to breed anything other than other purebred of the same breed, it weakens the bloodline of that breed.
When you do not create designer dogs, it strengthens the bloodline of that breed. For example, if you have a Pomeranian that has an excellent background of breeding...perhaps 5 generations of Poms that have been show quality with strong confirmation and the bloodline has been carefully kept intact, if that Pom is then used to create a Pomeranian mix "designer dog", the entire bloodline and heritage of that Pomeranian will be lost forever.
For the record,
we do not agree with purposefully
producing Pomeranian mixed dogs; If you have a rescue dog that is part Pomeranian, there is nothing wrong with this & we're so happy that you adopted a dog in need of a loving home.
Pros of Hybrid Mixes
Now, with that being said, the Pomeranian breed itself did not just "appear" by itself. The Pom was produced in a similar way that hybrid dogs are created today. The Pom's ancestor was a Spitz dog (a sled dog) that was pure white in color and weighed between 20 and 30 pounds at its adult size. Then, over quite a bit of time, Spitz dogs were bred with smaller dogs.