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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.

Does your Pomeranian bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
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.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
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. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Pomeranian puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
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. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
3-7 lbs
Height
8-11 inches
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all colors and patterns allowed
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AZPOM'S
Member Since: February 2005
Location: Sierra Vista, Arizona
I have Pomeranian puppies for sale! See My Profile
AZPOM'S Pomeranians is a hobby breeder located in So. Az 50 miles east of Tucson specializing in exotic and rare Blue Merles, we also raise gorgeous healthy traditional solid colors & partis. Call Elizabeth at 520-456-2543. We have an adoreable fluffy tiny baby blue merle party boy available. He was born May 10th and is a doll,ckc registered , health guranteed, azpoms@hotmail.com Elizabeth Johnson

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Anonymous asked:
I have never had a dog before. Would a Pomeranian be a good dog for me?

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Being a first-time dog owner can be tough. Make a list and write down everything you want in a dog including: size, fur type, what you want to do with the dog, how friendly you want the dog with kids/strangers/other animals/other dogs. Then start with some breeds that interest you. The Pomeranian is a great breed of dog for certain people. They are small, but have a heavy coat of fur and need to be groomed 3 times a week and/or taken to a groomer every 2 weeks. They are one-person dogs, meaning that they bond strongly with one person and can be a little yappy if not taught to be quiet as a pup. They are good 'block walking' dogs, but can't go on huge hikes, bike rides or things like that. Spend some time at some local dog shows and your local shelter. See if you start to bond with a dog or find a breed that works with your family/lifestyle.

Anonymous asked:
I would like a girl Pomeranian puppy with white and tan colors. How can I find a Pom like this?

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If you are looking for a specific coloration, then you need to find a breeder that has had that coloration in their litters before. The parti-color, which means a white base with color patches is not as common in the Pomeranian breed. However, it is not impossible to find. The main thing is to find a reputable, responsible and knowledgeable breeder that you trust before going into colors of puppies. There is a male Pom puppy that is up for sale on this website right now that is brown and white -- you may want to look into his breeder.

Anonymous asked:
I just had to euthanize my 5-month-old Pomeranian puppy. She developed atlantoaxial subluxation. It was severe due to her tiny size, she was a micro, under one pound. Question, although I love the breed, is this condition, which in my case was congenital, not through injury, prevalent? I am reluctant in again adopting a Pomeranian.

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Why are Pomeranians so expensive?

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A purebred 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 purebred breed. Every breeder will choose the 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 costs to raise the sire/dam to their level (ie: championships in confirmation, obedience, tracking, etc), 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.

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Large breed dogs that have larger litters can cost less as there are more puppies to offset the costs. But in small dogs, there are an average of 1 - 4 puppies and so prices tend to be higher to offset 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.

Anonymous

I had a girl for 14 years and I miss her so much. I won't want another puppy to look like her, she has a lot of dog clothes and I don't want to get another one but I am hurting too much.

Anonymous asked:
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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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.

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I personally would not recommend a Pomeranian if you work 8 hours a day. I have had two. One I had until he was 13 years old. I wanted another Pomeranian 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.

Anonymous

I don't want a Pomeranian puppy that old. I want a puppy about 10 Weeks old.

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Pomeranians can experience separation anxiety just like another canine breed. However, that should not discourage anyone from adding them to their family. I had 2 Pomeranians 6 years apart, a male and female. Both were litter box/piddle pad trained and kept one another company despite my long working hours. After my older Pomeranian died, the other went through an adjustment period but did just fine alone despite my working hours. I thoroughly enjoyed them and now that both are gone will soon purchase two more. Please don't miss out on a opportunity for unconditional love out of fear that your furry baby cannot adjust to your work schedule.

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Updated: 7/29/2015