Information about Pomeranian puppies breed
Pomeranian are a class of toy dog breed because they are smaller in size, the Pomeranian
puppies is descended from the larger Spitz-type dogs, specifically the German Spitz type that is
named for the Pomerania region in north-west Poland and north-east Germany in Central Europe.
In general pomeranian is a sturdy, healthy dog breed. The most common health issues are
luxating patella and tracheal collapse. It's known that the Pomeranian was a favorite of Germany's
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Pomeranian is not a specialized breed of this little dog. The name refers to its appearance,
specifically the look of its head. In any litter of purebred puppies, you can expect to see some
Male: 3-7 lbs.
Female: 3-7 lbs.
Height at Withers:
Male: 11 in.
Female: 10 in.
Upright ears (naturally)
Exercise Requirements: <20 minutes/day
Energy Level: Very energetic
Longevity Range: 12-16 yrs.
Tendency to Drool: Low Tendency to Snore: Low
Tendency to Bark: High
Tendency to Dig: Low Social/Attention Needs: Low.
Pomeranian puppies are very easy to keep. Although they are small, they don't need much longer
time for exercise and training maximum time is 10 minutes. They are very interlligent and love
performing tricks and learning. Pomeranian puppies are very alert and watchful with their tendency
to bark. They bark and become aggressive with other dogs to try to prove themselves. Due to
their alertness, and also change in the external environment, they bark at new stimuli. This need to
be prevented because they can develope a habit of barkingin any situation they fine them selves
in. They loved when being the centre of attention.
Pomeranian breeds are compact but sturdy dogs with an abundant textured coat with a highly
plumed tail set high and flat.
We always advice our clients buying pomeranian puppies from us about a good diet with
appropriate exercise as this will make them not to have health problem. Some health issues can
develop as a result of lack of attention to grooming and teeth-, ear-, and eye-cleaning. With
routine care, these problems can be avoided. The lively, alert Pomeranian is among the hairiest of
small dog breeds. While that 3- to 7-pound canine sports a lot of hair, he doesn't shed
proportionately. That's not to imply Pomeranians don't shed, because they do. However, they're
not heavy shedders and don't require excessive grooming