Pomeranian Puppies for Sale
The Pomeranian is a small dog breed that descends from Pomerania, now part of modern northern Germany and Poland. Pomeranians are proud, lively little dogs with excellent intelligence. Poms weigh between 1.5-9 kg (3-20lbs) and stand approximately 12 to 18 inches tall at the shoulder. Their coat comes in any color and often has more than one color on each dog. Poms have either a long or short tail as well as dewclaws on their back feet. Poms can be groomed in smooth, medium, or wire coats with various colors ranging from lemon to black and many other mixed ones! Poms come in 2 shapes: toy/teacup Poms and Pomskies.
Poms are great for first time dog owners because they are very friendly, playful and eager to please their owners. Poms enjoy playing with other dogs but can be quite the attention hogs when it comes to toys! Poms love pleasing their humans especially if they know that you will pet them or feed them after a good trick is performed! Pom's like to bark at birds, bugs, squirrels and whatever else catches their eye. Pomeranian information recommends Poms should not live in apartments unless you work from home as Pomeranians do not do well without interaction from people most of the day. Poms are nocturnal and have been compared to cats in this sense as Poms like to play at night when it is quiet and owners are relaxing. Poms can be prone to separation related issues, Pomeranian information advises Poms should never be left alone for extended periods of time if they have not been trained properly! Poms can often be compared to cats or small children as Pom's love their naps! Pomeranian puppies can develop separation anxiety from long periods of isolation which includes leaving Pomeranians outside while you go away for a bit as well as leaving Poms in kennels.
Poms are great with kids but Pomeranian information suggests that there should be supervision when the dog and child are together until your Pom has adjusted to your child and vice versa. Pomeranians can be very vocal Pomeranian information suggests Poms should not be allowed to bark incessantly as Poms can get themselves worked up into a frenzy when they are barking. Pomeranians have been compared to "small, furry humans" with how smart they are and their love of being the center of attention. Pomeranian information stresses that Poms require daily exercise even if it is just a short walk in the backyard! Poms are quite energetic and do best when they can play outside in your yard or go for walks/runs.
Pomeranian puppies reach maturity at about one year old or when they reach around 9 kg (20 lbs). They have an average lifespan between 14-16 years! Poms tend to prefer female owners Pomeranian information suggests Poms see men as larger versions of their father and may be inclined to bark at them until they get comfortable with your male companion. Pomerania Pomeranians are usually very healthy little dogs Pomeranian health issues include allergy related diseases, progressive retinal atrophy, PRA which is a degeneration of the retina in both eyes that causes blindness, Legg-Calve Perthes disease (kneecap dislocation) and osteochondrodysplasia (abnormal bone growth). Poms must not be allowed to overheat or get too cold Pomeranian information recommends Poms should be kept indoors where temperatures do not fluctuate drastically.
Pomeranian puppies must undergo training early Pomeranian information says Poms benefit greatly from training and socialization. Poms can be quite stubborn Pomeranian puppies often need to be shown the correct way to behave through positive reinforcement training or they will stick with whatever behavior you show them! Pomeranians do best with daily short training sessions Pomeranian information advises that if Poms are given too much attention during training it could cause Poms to become withdrawn and not enjoy learning anything new in the future! Pomeranians are relatively healthy breed of dog with a strong tendency for allergies, but this is only seldom seen within the well-bred lines. Coat colors which have been deemed undesirable by some kennels may sometimes indicate a hidden genetic defect, so one must always research
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