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I just want a Pet Pom. Do I Really Need To Buy from A Show Pomeranian Breeder?

If you’re looking for a pet, there are two main ways to find one. It’s quite common that people will suggest talking to a breeder who gets his dogs involved in titles and shows as your best option. Some will say shows don’t matter and you can get a pet from anywhere...

How and Where to Purchase a Puppy….

Friends for Life. Tips on choosing the perfect Canine Companion is available here on The #1 Pomeranian Information Site as an eBook in PDF format. Download and store on your computer, tablet, phone and print a hardcopy if required.Don't think about buying a puppy...

Caring For New Pom Pup While Working

Plenty of people work full-time and still manage to care for a new puppy. However, there are many reasons why they cope so this article will explain all the aspects you need to consider when caring for your new puppy. For the purpose of this article, we’ll assume you...
Submissive Urination

Submissive Urination

Submissive urination is defined as what a dog does when he sees, or interacts with, his owner, other dogs or people. It may be confusing because you may think he has simply lost control of his bladder because he’s scared of something. An owner may be very worried if...

Owning A Cat And A Pomeranian

Owning A Cat And A Pomeranian

If you own both a cat and a Pomeranian, the size of these animals is good because both will be of a similar size and one major benefit is that your two pets, although different, will usually become good friends. An average cat will weight approx. 8 – 10 lbs. If you...

Hypothyroidism & Pomeranians

Hypothyroidism & Pomeranians

What Is Hypothyroidism?Hypothyroidism occurs when the thyroid gland is underactive; in other words, it’s not producing enough thyroxin (the thyroid hormone). Thyroxin is a vital hormone that assists in almost all metabolic processes in a dog’s body. Unfortunately,...

Types of Pomeranian Heads

Types of Pomeranian Heads

The standard for Pomeranians contains two phrases: "foxy in outline" and “fox-like expression".  This isn’t saying that Pomeranians MUST have a face that resembles a fox. This mention of "foxy in outline” and “fox-like” expression has caused much confusion; with some...

History of the Pomeranian

History of the Pomeranian

The Pomeranian was once a larger sized dog and now is the smallest of the spitz dog breeds.  Dogs of spitz type have been displayed on various artefacts dating as far back as 400 B.C.  The spitz breeds are a dog family that lived in parts of Europe and Asia.Dogs of...

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