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Pomeranian

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Weight
3-7 lbs
Height
8-11 inches
Color(s)
all colors and patterns allowed
Overview
The Pomeranian is lively and eager to learn. They get along well with other household pets if given a slow and proper introduction. They make wonderful companions for families with older, well-behaved children and the elderly.
Character
The Pomeranian is a compact, active toy breed. They are intelligent, extremely loyal to their family, and loving. They are eager to please, gentle, and affectionate. They also exhibit an inquisitive expression and curiosity.
Temperament
The Pomeranian is confident, commanding, and outgoing. Due to the Pomeranians small stature they are not recommended for homes with small children as they may become temperamental. They make excellent guard dogs and will sound a bark when they sense danger.
Care
In addition to grooming it is important for Pomeranians to receive excellent dental care. They are prone to tooth loss; so regular cleaning is a must. Dry food is recommended to aid in keeping teeth and gums healthy.
Coat
The Pomeranians long double coat requires brushing at least once weekly. It is important to lift and part the top coat and brush the cottony undercoat as well. This will reduce shedding. Frequent brushing can damage the coat.
Training
Pomeranians respond best to firm commands and are quick to learn. They are easily trained in obedience. Their barking must be controlled or they will do so incessantly. They may be difficult in housebreaking, but with consistency and praise do very well either going outside or in a litter box.
Activity
The Pomeranian requires short walks and play time with other pets and family. They have the capability to learn tricks if done with patience and time. They may become bored if they are not given enough to do. They are excellent for apartment living and homes with small yards.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Pomeranian puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Featured Pomeranian Breeder

KC Pomeranians
Member Since: December 2007
Location: Orange County, California
I have Pomeranian puppies for sale! See My Profile
I am a small hobby breeder of tiny pomeranians in Southern California. I breed primarily for my own show prospects and have two girls presently in the show ring. Only a select few puppies make it to the show ring so most of the puppies must go to new homes. Most of our puppies are under 4 pounds a...

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Anonymous asked:

5/2/2015 9:21:12 PM

5/2/2015 9:21:12 PM

Why are Pomeranians so expensive?

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Anonymous

A pure-bred dog of any breed can cost a fair amount of money when the breeder is a reputable, responsible and knowledgeable breeder. What most people do not realize is that the costs of raising a litter of puppies is much, much higher when you have a pure-bred breed. Every breeder will choose their cost of their puppies based on the amount of cost put into the litter, as well as the pedigree of the line and the area they are in. Future puppy owners must understand that the breeder is not just off-setting the costs of food and vet bills once the puppies are born. What to consider is the amount of time and money it cost to raise the sire/dam to their level (ie: championships in confirmation, obedience, tracking, ect), health tests for the dam and sire every time you want to breed (ie: OFA - hips, elbows as well as hearing, hearts and eyes in some breeds); and then the amount of puppies per litter.
5/3/2015 11:54:00 AM

Anonymous

Large breed dogs that have larger litters can cost less as there are more puppies off-set the costs. But in small dogs, there are an average of 1 - 4 puppies and so prices tend to be higher to off-set the costs. Raising a litter of puppies is a 24/7 job and if the breeder has another job, they will have to take time off of work. If you feel a puppy is too expensive, it is best to contact the breeder and ask him/her why their puppies cost that much. They should be able to give you a list of the expenses that they face in raising a litter. A lot of the time breeders will not make any extra money on a litter of puppies, especially if something goes wrong and medical intervention is needed.
5/3/2015 11:54:19 AM

Anonymous asked:

2/4/2015 8:31:49 PM

2/4/2015 8:31:49 PM

Do Pomeranians get separation anxiety like barking, destructiveness, and wheeping when left alone too much? A Pomeranian breeder told me I should consider a different breed when inquiring about one of their Pomeranians for sale after I mentioned I work 8 hours a day.

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Anonymous

The Pomeranian breed is a companion breed of dog, they love to be with their owners and desire to be with them. The Pomeranian is a small breed of dog that has a small bladder, and can have issues holding their bladders for that long. But a well socialized and trained puppy should not have separation anxiety. If you have the ability to come back at lunch or have someone to let your dog out in the middle of the day, your dog should do fine.
2/5/2015 12:09:37 AM

Anonymous

I personally would not recommend a pom if you work 8 hours a day. I have had two. One I had until he was 13 years old. I wanted another pom and I see already he is like my first. They know when you are getting ready to leave and it will break your heart. They first bark and then they beg to have you take them with you. They are a high maintenance dog. That's just my opinion and I am home with mine all day and night. .
3/19/2015 6:28:07 AM

Anonymous asked:

2/1/2015 4:26:01 PM

2/1/2015 4:26:01 PM

Pomeranian My Pomeranian is itching close to her vaginal area, what can I do to get it to stop?

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Anonymous

It is time to see the vet. It can be anything from the dog going into heat, in which case, if she is old enough, it's time to spay her. But it could also be a parasite, dry skin, an allergy, or there could be a medical problem with her urine. But none-the-less, it is best to take your dog to the vet as soon as possible.
2/2/2015 4:31:25 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/1/2014 1:42:47 PM

6/1/2014 1:42:47 PM

If your pom is a little bit constipated what do you do? My 4 month old pom is slightly constipated what do I do?

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Anonymous

If your pom is too loose or is constipated, the best thing you can give him/her is a pit of pureed pumpkin. You can get it at any grocery store. But make sure it says "Pumpkin Puree", not "Pumpkin Pie Filling". You want the basic, just pureed pumpkin with water. No sugar or anything added to it. For the size of your dog, I would say give about a tablespoon into his/her food and wait 24 hours.
6/2/2014 1:40:46 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/27/2014 7:03:05 PM

3/27/2014 7:03:05 PM

How much does a Pomeranian puppy cost? How much will the prices range from for a Pomeranian?

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Anonymous

A Pomeranian puppy's price range will usually be from $400 - $3,000
4/13/2014 10:03:19 PM

Anonymous

On average- from a reputable Pug breeder that breeds ethically and doesn't purposely advertise to breed UNDER the recommended breed standard of 3-7lbs, around $700-$1200 (non champion sired pet quality).
1/10/2015 12:08:15 AM

Anonymous

Be very careful if this is your first experience buying a pom. There are excellent breeders out there and some that aren't want they portray themselves. I had a bad experience and remember you are the buyer. If you go look at the dog at someone's house, the house is a good indication of how the puppy has lived. Take your time and look at several before you make a decision.
3/19/2015 6:34:07 AM

Anonymous asked:

1/9/2014 5:36:59 PM

1/9/2014 5:36:59 PM

My 6 month male pom continually barks and growls at people that come into our home, what can we do Our 6 month pom barks and growls at anyone that enters our home,what can I do

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Anonymous

what my family did is when ever anyone came to our house all we would do is pet them and talk to them
1/11/2014 7:49:04 PM

Anonymous

i have had 7 poms in my lifetime and understand them. They are barkers and that is something I just accepted. They also are protective and growl at strangers. I let my puppies get use to people and let them be held by adults while I was present. They need to know strangers in your home are not a threat. I never yell at mine. I don't know how you can change a dog that just happens to be from a "barking" breed. If they don't like strangers after conditioning, just put them in a safe place until the stranger leaves. It's like expecting children to stay quiet and not unsure of strangers. Stay calm and the dog will learn people are ok.
1/20/2014 6:00:17 PM

Anonymous

Let your Pom meet the people who come in the door
2/5/2014 11:53:55 PM

Anonymous

Is your Pom neutered? He is coming into sexual maturity, and will be dominant if not neutered. A Pom naturally wants to protect his beloved owner. You must, must to be calm-submissive. At only 6 months, this will get worse. Read Ceasar Milan's books. They will give you the tools you need.
1/5/2015 8:57:22 PM

Anonymous

No ! The DOG must be "calm SUBMISSIVE" the PERSON must be "calm assertive"... I watch "The Dog Whisperer" constantly on UTube ;-)
4/22/2015 11:16:13 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/17/2013 10:51:16 PM

10/17/2013 10:51:16 PM

What are the best colors to breed together with Pomeranians I really like the orange sandy colors poms and also the white colored Pomeranians would they breed good together and make a pretty Pomeranian?

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Anonymous

The color's of the dog do nothing to the puppies. It all depends on the linage of the dam and sire for the coloring.
7/15/2014 5:03:02 PM

Anonymous

It depends on what colors the parents carry for. It's never a good idea to breed two merles together though, as that can cause genetic defects.
1/10/2015 12:05:36 AM

Anonymous asked:

10/3/2013 6:23:24 PM

10/3/2013 6:23:24 PM

is a pomsky a real breed of dog? i heard its a mix of pomeranian and husky

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Anonymous

Yes, Pomskys exist but they aren't what people think they are. The cute "pomsky" puppy picture circulating the internet is actually a picture of a Finnish Lapphund puppy. Actual "pomskys" look very different and that big puffy coat doesn't show up often since its a recessive gene. If you are looking for a "mini husky", there is a breed called a Klee Kai.
1/2/2014 4:41:30 PM

Anonymous

No, a pomsky is not a Breed of dog. It's a purposely bred mixed breed.
1/10/2015 12:03:53 AM

Anonymous asked:

7/22/2013 3:48:35 PM

7/22/2013 3:48:35 PM

What is the recommended feeding schedule for a one year old Pomeranian What is the recommended feeding schedule for a one year old Pomeranian, once a day, twice a day or more?

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Anonymous

Since Poms can get low blood sugar they should be free feed.
12/6/2014 1:17:22 PM

Anonymous

As a pom owner and breeder- I also feel they should be free fed (allowed access to food all day to avoid symptoms of hypoglycemia *low blood sugar*). Small breeds burn off energy quicker than larger breeds.
1/10/2015 12:02:54 AM

Anonymous

After one of my Poms went into hypoglycemic shock, I free feed without hesitation.
3/31/2015 10:41:58 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/10/2013 6:55:47 PM

7/10/2013 6:55:47 PM

Are red Pomeranians rare? I rescued a mill 3 yr old she has stolen my heart . Was just wondering if the red Pomeranians are rare she was a puppy mill when they were done with her she was left at a groomers thats how i got her.

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Anonymous

no red (sable) poms are a very common color.
7/28/2014 4:02:38 PM

Anonymous

No red/orange is one of the most recognizable and common coat colors for poms. Red is essentially a very heavy orange. If they have black tips to varying degree they could be orange sable/red sable depending on the saturation of color. I have 1 red and 2 orange- one w/light sable and 1 heavy sable. Horrible that she was a mill dog.
1/10/2015 12:01:00 AM

Anonymous asked:

4/22/2013 1:59:55 AM

4/22/2013 1:59:55 AM

When does a baby Pomeranian open their eyes? My Pomeranian had her first set of puppies 2 weeks ago tomorrow. I was wondering when to expect thier eyes to open

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Anonymous

Pomeranian's start opening their eyes at about 2 weeks.
5/30/2013 3:12:40 PM

Anonymous

Every puppy opens their eyes at 10 days old
5/30/2013 3:55:23 PM

Anonymous

Pomeranian's open their eyes at 2 week old
6/3/2013 4:51:48 AM

Anonymous

My pups open their eyes at the end of the 2nd week on average to the early 3rd week.
1/9/2015 11:58:10 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/30/2013 1:59:55 PM

3/30/2013 1:59:55 PM

how do i tell how old my pomchi is I found her at a truck stop two yrs ago. She has started loosing her teeth and has white hair around her mouth.

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Anonymous

The best way is take to the vet for check up.
5/30/2013 3:56:43 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/17/2013 4:22:28 PM

3/17/2013 4:22:28 PM

What makes a Pomeranian tremble what make them tremble and what can i do

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Anonymous

Is your Pom trembling over certain situations? Or does she just do it all the time ? Do you live in a cooler climate with a shaved Pom ? These questions must me answered before anyone can help you identify the problem and then help you solve it.
3/4/2015 3:39:49 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/5/2013 5:17:45 PM

3/5/2013 5:17:45 PM

My 6 m0. old Pom was potty trained, the last 3 days she has been wetting in the house. Why

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Anonymous

She may be coming into heat and 'marking' her territory. Females are much worse than boys when they are coming in heat. Is she bleeding?
4/18/2013 12:40:25 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/28/2013 2:52:00 PM

2/28/2013 2:52:00 PM

how long does the pregnancy last in pomeranians?

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Anonymous

My Pomeranian girl always goes 9 weeks
5/30/2013 3:13:58 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/14/2013 10:11:41 AM

2/14/2013 10:11:41 AM

I have 6 year pomeranian , she has started using bathroom in the house.Any suggestions?

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Anonymous

Buy more wee wee pads and start at a place he/she is use to. Then each couple of days move the wee wee pad closer to the back door. (or where ever you have you dog go to the bathroom)Then once the wee wee pad is right in frount of the door you start taking your dog outside.
2/14/2013 9:26:14 PM

Anonymous

I suggest you take your dog to the vet - sounds like something may be wrong.
4/22/2015 11:22:03 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/13/2013 7:24:18 PM

2/13/2013 7:24:18 PM

my pom has a breathing problem she sounds like she snorting alot and can't catch her breath

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Anonymous

Mine does the same thing. When she is excited, she sounds like a goose. It's because they have narrow tracheas. I just calm her down and it subsides. I mentioned it to her vet and I think if it was serious she would have said something.
2/19/2013 10:30:13 PM

Anonymous

Pomeranian's collapse their tracheas very easily after getting very excited or running around. It's a normal thing. Just try to calm the dog down or even try to rub his/her throat.
12/11/2013 5:53:51 PM

Anonymous

All Poms should wear a tiny harness and not a collar. With their delicate trachea, just daily walks on a leash with a collar can cause collapse. Many Vets are unfamiliar with this problem in Poms.
3/4/2015 3:47:44 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/13/2013 1:08:23 PM

2/13/2013 1:08:23 PM

are they hair-shedding 'free?' and; temperament; allergy free. size Is the Pomeranian a hypoallergen breed? any hair/dandruff shedding issues? their temperament? quiet; or bark alot? children friendly? hyperactive; or calm? appearance/pictures?

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Anonymous

Poms have a heavy undercoat and they do shed. They can be good with kids if raided with them and are treated nice by the kids. They do like to bark when people come to the door. I woudn't call them a super active breed like some of the terriers.
2/16/2013 12:54:42 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/6/2013 1:06:52 PM

2/6/2013 1:06:52 PM

how old are the puppies when the eyes open

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Anonymous asked:

2/3/2013 7:49:31 PM

2/3/2013 7:49:31 PM

how big do pomaranians get

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Anonymous

Pomeranians dont get very big, they are about the size of a pumped up basetball on the floor.
2/14/2013 9:19:24 PM

Anonymous

The standard is 3 to 7 Ibs for Pomeranians. But I have seen some up to 10 Ibs
5/30/2013 3:15:30 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/25/2013 5:38:23 PM

1/25/2013 5:38:23 PM

how to get my pomeranians to stop barking I own 2 teacup poms and one will not stop barking no matter what I do. Please help

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Anonymous

Take the pomeranian away say you are on a walk and the barking turn around and go the other way that way the dogs will no if they bark they don't get what they want and if the pups are in your lap take them off
8/7/2013 11:32:20 AM

Anonymous asked:

1/8/2013 7:11:15 PM

1/8/2013 7:11:15 PM

how old do pomeranians live to

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Anonymous

I have had 2 pom's in my life time and both lived to be 12+ years old.
7/1/2014 5:08:28 PM

Anonymous

Depends on lots of factors. I lost a Pomeranian at 18 years and another at 8. Depends on health issues lineage background etc.
3/31/2015 5:15:05 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/7/2013 8:16:01 PM

1/7/2013 8:16:01 PM

I HAVE A POMERIAN WITH SKIN PROBLEMS she has small bumps coming up on her neck and back right now is is very dry weather could this be causing this problem with her skin ?

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Anonymous asked:

1/6/2013 7:57:38 PM

1/6/2013 7:57:38 PM

dog training in eating we just bought a 2 years old pom. she has been raised on table food. How can we get her to eat ims or beneiful or dog food?

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Anonymous

First get a HIGH quality dog food, I give mine NutraSource. Do NOT give in and feed her any table food. She may go even a couple of days but she will eat the dog food.. For a badly spoiled dog, such as yours, when I am fostering a rescue, I pretend it is a treat and offer a kibble of dog food while I am eating. They often gobble it up by the end of the day. Any slipups with the table food and you are back at square one.
4/9/2015 11:47:27 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/6/2013 7:10:03 PM

1/6/2013 7:10:03 PM

how long do they live for how long do pomeranian's live for

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Anonymous asked:

1/1/2013 8:28:23 PM

1/1/2013 8:28:23 PM

gas what causes pomeranians to have gas?

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Anonymous asked:

12/31/2012 5:19:33 PM

12/31/2012 5:19:33 PM

how are Pomeranian dogs with children

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Anonymous asked:

12/23/2012 7:07:43 PM

12/23/2012 7:07:43 PM

are there different sizes and breeds of pomeranians?

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Anonymous

In the USA there is one pomeranian breed which is in the AKC toy breed family(no such thing as teacup in poms). The pom was breed down from the larger dog breed, the spitz and these smaller sizes dogs got a new names. spitz, mittelspitz, klienspitz, and zwergspitz(pomeranian). Or some poms carry the spitz genes and when they both give it to a pup it produces a larger than usually pup, which we call a throwback.(Or larger pups can occur from mixed-breed breeding in the pedigree)
2/6/2013 8:16:43 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/20/2012 11:17:49 PM

12/20/2012 11:17:49 PM

lose hair do pomeranian pups lose their hair?

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Anonymous

yes they (some) can go through a period referred to as the “puppy uglies” at around say 4-6 months of age when they shed their puppy coat and prepare for their adult coat to grow in. The baby fluff comes out and they tend to look very straggly or shaggy at that point, You may think you got jipped with some other breed or cross breed of dog even, say a longhair Chihuahua instead of your pretty pom pup. That is truly normal so have patience, it usually grows back beautifully, bigger and better than ever in a good quality Pom, so-so in a lesser quality Pomeranian. Generally, by 10-12 months old (it varies a bit with the season - coats thicken faster during the winter months) he or she is in a full coat.
12/29/2012 9:47:37 AM

Anonymous asked:

12/20/2012 9:59:57 AM

12/20/2012 9:59:57 AM

how long do poms live

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