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KCI (Kennel club of INDIA) registered Pomeranian puppies from the combination of Champion and Import lineage Sire X Champion and Import Lineage Dam. Highly pedigreed healthy and active with papers and micro-chip are available for loving and caring homes. For more details or any queries please contact.

Pomeranian Breed Information:

Breed Group: Toy

Weight: 3 to 7 pounds

Height: 8 to 12 inches

Overview: Pomeranians are the tiniest but they have the courage of much bigger dogs. A perennially popular breed. That’s because Pomeranians think big. They know they have four feet and prefer to use them, just as larger dogs would. Everything about the Pomeranian is bright: his eyes, his temperament, and his intelligence. Though he’s very fond of his family and delighted to get some lap time, he’s also a busy little guy. You’re more likely to find him trotting around your house on an important mission than snoozing on the sofa. The Pom’s activity level makes him an ideal pet for someone who wants a small dog with the personality traits of the full-size sled and herding dogs from which this breed originates. Because he’s tiny, he can probably get enough exercise indoors, but he’s happiest when he gets to go on long walks, chase leaves, and play with other small dogs. Because of his diminutive size, he is suited to life in an apartment. However, he’s far too tiny to live outdoors. He needs to live inside with his family.

Character: The Pomeranian has a proud and glamorous appearance with a personality to match. He’s an extrovert who is clever and lively. It’s hard to appear in public with a Pom and not attract attention. The adorable little dogs with the dark, almond-shaped eyes and alert, happy expression are tiny but intrepid. They have a take-charge temperament and tend not to be fearful of strangers or other animals. For more than a century, the Pom has had a well-deserved reputation for being a great watchdog. He may weigh only a few pounds, but he views himself as absolute guardian of his home and family.

The perfect little Pom is calm and easy to live with. He enjoys sitting in your lap and giving kisses. He is busy but doesn’t bounce off the walls. That said, Poms do like to bark. Start early and be consistent if you plan to teach him the “No bark” or “Quiet” command.

Grooming: Pomeranians have what is called a double coat. The undercoat is soft and dense; the outer coat is long and straight with a course texture. Thanks to their small size, Pomeranians are easy to groom, even with all that coat. Brush the coat a few times a week to prevent mats or tangles. Use a medium to harsh slicker brush that will get down to the skin without hurting the dog.You may have heard that Poms don’t shed. Forget that. They do. Luckily, they are small enough that the amount of hair they lose is negligible. If you brush your Pom regularly, shedding shouldn’t be a big issue. Bathe a Pom every couple of months or more often as needed. If you use a gentle dog shampoo, you can even bathe a Pom as often as once or twice a week if you want. The rest is basic care. Trim the toenails every week or two. They should never get long enough to clack on the floor. Brush teeth frequently with a vet-approved pet toothpaste for good dental health and fresh breath.

Training: The Pomeranians can be difficult to train, but with patience, love, and consistency do well. They respond best to positive reinforcement. Pomeranians can be housetrained by either the crate method or the paper training method. Early, extensive, and intensive socialization is an absolute must for this breed.

Activity: The Pomeranians is an excellent apartment or condominium dweller. The majority of their exercise needs can be met indoors with toys or play sessions. However, they greatly enjoy going with their owners and benefit from daily walks.

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