pomeranian puppyBefore you bring your Pomeranian home, there are supplies to buy and your house needs to be Pomeranian proofed. If your Pomeranian is going to be spending time in the backyard, you will need to make sure the yard is secure and that there is no area where the puppy can slip through the fence. Make sure no other animals that could harm your Pomeranian can get in. Pomeranians are only small dogs and should live in the house with their families. They enjoy companionship and can get lonely. A lonely Pomeranian can be a destructive Pomeranian.
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