What do you get when you cross a Pomeranian with a Siberian Husky? A Pomsky! This one is called Mya, and the photogenic pup is the latest four-legged social media sensation!
By, 24 Feb 2020
With her bright orange fur, stunning blue eyes, and bushy tail, you could easily mistake Mya for a fox.
Meet the Pomsky
The result is a new breed called the Pomsky, and while they're notorious for their cuteness, Mya takes it to a whole new level.
The two-year-old pooch lives with her dog-dad, Dave Lascio, in Philidelphia, USA.
The pair love to travel. And when Dave saw the incredible reaction to his holiday snaps of Mya, he decided to set up her own Instagram page.
Mya the Pomsky now has almost 50k followers. She's also appeared in articles by Buzzfeed, the Huffington Post, and newspapers all over the world.
Speaking to The Daily Mail, Dave Lascio said:
"My friend sent me a link to Buzzfeed and said, 'Dude, your dog's all over the internet!"
A question of physics
We love Mya, although we do have one question. How do you get a tiny Pomeranian to breed with a Husky? Is there a stepladder involved? Or does someone give the Pomeranian (if you'll excuse the expression) a leg-up?
We've got no idea, so we'll leave the real answer to your imagination.