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Pom-A-Nauze Dog Breed: Pictures, Info, Care Guide & More!

Written by: Nicole Cosgrove

Last Updated on April 5, 2024 by Dogster Team

Pom-A-Nauze Dog Breed: Pictures, Info, Care Guide & More!

If you’re looking for a small dog with a big personality, you should consider a Pom a Nuaze. This little bundle of joy is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Miniature Schnauzer. It’s a cute dog breed that goes by other names including Scheranian, Pomanauzer, and Schnaueranian. Regardless of what you want to call it, this dog is very affectionate and devoted to its owner!

Breed Overview


8 – 14 inches


4 – 15 pounds


12 – 16 years


Brown, cream, white, golden, sable

Suitable for:

Anyone looking for a loyal, fun-loving, small dog that loves adventure


Friendly, loyal, affectionate, intelligent, cheerful, energetic, easy to train

A Pom a Nauze can make a great family dog or a good companion for anyone willing and able to give this dog the mental and physical stimulation it needs to be happy and healthy. This is a dog with a very cheerful disposition. If you’ve ever wondered how a happy-go-lucky dog acts, you’ll quickly find out if you decide to open your home to a cute little Pom a Nauze!

Like the parent breeds, a Pom a Nauze is a very devoted and loyal dog. It will quickly form a strong bond with everyone in the family and be a dog that always wants to be involved in all you do. Like the Pomeranian that is known to be clingy, a Pom a Nauze will always want to shower you with affection and stick close by your side.

High-energy dogs will need a lot of mental and physical stimulation to stay happy and healthy, while low-energy dogs require minimal physical activity. It’s important when choosing a dog to make sure their energy levels match your lifestyle or vice versa.
Easy-to-train dogs are more skilled at learning prompts and actions quickly with minimal training. Dogs that are harder to train will require a bit more patience and practice.
Some breeds, due to their size or their breeds potential genetic health issues, have shorter lifespans than others. Proper exercise, nutrition, and hygiene also play an important role in the lifespan of your pet.
Some dog breeds are prone to certain genetic health problems, and some more than others. This doesn’t mean that every dog will have these issues, but they have an increased risk, so it’s important to understand and prepare for any additional needs they may require.
Some dog breeds are more social than others, both towards humans and other dogs. More social dogs have a tendency to run up to strangers for pets and scratches, while less social dogs shy away and are more cautious, even potentially aggressive. No matter the breed, it’s important to socialize your dog and expose them to lots of different situations.

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Pom a Nauze Puppies

If you’ve got a weakness for cuteness when it comes to puppies, your heart will melt when you come face to face with a litter of Pom a Nauze puppies. These dogs often have medium-length straight wiry hair and the iconic Miniature Schnauzer eyebrows.  But, since this is a hybrid, there are no guarantees regarding what a Pom a Nauze puppy will grow up to look like.

The Pom a Nauze is a very affectionate dog. Although this breed is undeniably social and extroverted, it can be distrustful of strangers as it has some watchdog qualities like the Pomeranian and Miniature Schnauzer. Read the Pom a Nauze’s full care guide to know what type of food to feed them, how much exercise they need, and more so they can grow into happy and healthy dogs.

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Image By: Left-  skorchanov, Pixabay | Right – Debra Anderson, Shutterstock

Temperament & Intelligence of the Pom a Nauze

The fun-sized Pom a Nause is a friendly and affectionate dog that loves attention. This dog can get a little clingy if it feels it’s not getting the attention it thinks it needs. It’s a smart dog that learns new things quickly and easily, even though it can be stubborn at times.

Are These Dogs Good for Families? 👪

The friendly and loving Pom a Nause makes a wonderful family pet. This little guy will love everyone in the family from the youngest tot to grandma and grandpa. If there are small kids in the family, introduce your Pom a Nauze to them slowly and with care. Small children should be taught how to safely play with a small dog that can easily be injured during rough play.

Does This Breed Get Along with Other Pets? 🐶 😽 

A Pom a Nauze can live in harmony with another dog, if the two of them are introduced properly. Because a Pom a Nauze is loyal and loving to its family, it can become jealous of another dog getting the attention it wants. But this jealousy won’t typically amount to much more than pouting so there’s nothing to worry about.

If you plan on bringing a cat into your family, introduce it to your Pom a Nauze with care. Do not encourage your dog to chase the cat so he won’t look at it as prey. A Pom a Nauze and a cat can get along famously when the pair has time to get used to one another so don’t be surprised if they end up being best friends!


Things to Know When Owning a Pom a Nauze:

When you own a Pom a Nauze, you’ll have plenty of fun and some responsibility. But before you buy one of these dogs, there are a few things you need to know.

Food & Diet Requirements 🦴

A Pom a Nauze is an easy dog to feed because it doesn’t come with any nutritional demands. This dog will need a well-balanced diet to keep it healthy. You can feed a Pom a Nauze either dry kibble or wet dog food, it’s your choice!

As a dog that is prone to getting fat, be sure not to overfeed your Pom a Nauze. Simply follow the instructions on the dog food you use and don’t leave unwanted food down between meals. It’s fine to give a Pom a Nauze a tasty dog treat now and then as long as you don’t go overboard.

Exercise 🐕

A Pom a Nauze is an active dog that needs regular exercise. If you don’t have a fenced yard for your dog to run free, take your pooch on at least two long walks each day.

Training 🎾

As an intelligent dog, a Pom a Nauze is easy to train and tends to require less repetition than many other dogs. This dog will listen to your commands and respond appropriately because he’s a dog that’s eager to please. Just be sure to take a positive, upbeat approach to the training and keep it fun! Your little Pom a Nauze is a fun-loving dog that should be a joy to train!

Grooming ✂️

With its wiry straight hair of medium length, you will have to groom your Pom a Nauze regularly by brushing out its coat. Two grooming sessions a week should suffice. This dog doesn’t need to be bathed frequently so only do so when he truly needs it.

You’ll need to keep his nails trimmed and his ears clean which are two easy-to-do grooming tasks. If you’re uncomfortable clipping your dog’s nails, find a groomer who will do the job for you or ask your vet.

Health and Conditions 🏥

Pom a Nuaze dogs are hybrids which means they’re generally healthy. However, like most breeds, Pom a Nauze dogs are prone to some health issues you should be aware of.

Minor Conditions
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Dental Problems
  • Allergies
Serious Conditions
  • Von Willebrand’s Disease
  • Epilepsy
  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
  • Urinary crystals and stones
  • Myotonia Congenita

divider-pawMale vs Female

It can be tough to pick between a male and female Pom a Nauze because both sexes have lots to offer.  In a nutshell, if you want a less needy and independent dog, go with a female. If you want a dog that acts clownish often and will want to be on your lap a lot, a male is the way to go. As far as size goes, a male Pom a Nauze has a slightly larger build with more muscle mass than its female counterparts

3 Little-Known Facts About the Pom a Nauze

1. It’s Not a Breed Recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC)

The AKC does not recognize the Pom a Nauze as a legitimate breed because the organization doesn’t recognize designer dog breeds. However, the Pom a Nauze is recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club and the Designer Dogs Kennel Club, among others.

2. It’s No Fan of Solitude

Like the Pomeranian, the Pom a Nauze isn’t a dog that enjoys spending time alone. If this dog is left alone for an extended time, it may bark excessively and/or partake in destructive behavior.

3. It Tends to Get Fat

While a Pom a Nauze is a normally small dog weighing under 15 pounds, it tends to get fat. This is because the Miniature Schnauzer parent breed is prone to being overweight. To keep your Pom a Nauze trim and fit, don’t leave the food bowl down around the clock, and get your dog moving every day.



The fun and lively Pom a Nauze is an awesome dog that’s loyal and loving. This adorable little dog can live in an apartment without any issues, as long as it gets the exercise it needs every single day. If you’ve decided to get a Pom a Nauze, there’s no doubt that your home will be filled with joy and laughter as this is a people-pleasing dog that’s fun and rewarding to own.

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Featured Image Credit: Left – skorchanov, Pixabay; Right – PublicDomainPictures, Pixabay

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