Compact, industrious family companion, and one of the most competent dogs in terms of acrobatic nature and obedience.
Black, Grey-shaded, Brown, Tan, Orange,
ThePomeranianis believed to have descended from the German Spitz. The breed is considered to have derived its name from the area, known asPomerania,which is located in northern Poland and Germany along the Baltic Sea.
Currently Used As:
Intelligent and very easy to train Needs socialization as early as possible Needs rigorous & Consistent training Important to assign to it a leadership Role early
The Pomeranian can lead a smooth apartment life. These dogs are riddled with energy indoors and a yard is needless for them. They do not overheat in sweltering summers.
Frisbee, colorful plastic balls can be used to make dog play.
Brush at least twice per week to remove loose hair, prevent tangles and distribute the natural oils of the skin and hair, keeping the coat glittering and healthy.
Pomeranians are endearing, and are known as a “big personality in a little dog”
Pomeranians are small and easily meet size limitations for airplanes and hotels
Pomeranians are fragile and can succumb to injuries if they jump off small walls or if they’re stepped or trampled onPomeranians can be wounded by other animals, including some birds They shed profusely and require daily grooming Like many other small dog breeds, pomeranians are predisposed toward barking Pomeranians should not be kept in households with small children who may handle them recklessly