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Dog Hair

Dog Hair

The coat on a Pomeranian dog is fur. Humans have some fur on our legs arms, on men’s chests and hair on most people’s heads. The only real difference between hair and fur is that fur will only grow to a specific length while hair will keep on growing. Fur has rest...
Bathing Your Pomeranian

Bathing Your Pomeranian

How often should I bath my Pomeranian? A pet Pomeranian should be bathed on a regular basis. Once a month, during the winter months and more often during summer. The Dochlaggie Pomeranians are bathed twice weekly whilst being shown. The day prior to a show, and once...
Clipping my Pom ?

Clipping my Pom ?

Taking your Pomeranian to a groomer may be a risky venture, especially if you haven‘t used that person’s services before. You need to give clear instructions on what you want done and, just as importantly, what you DON’T want done. Shaving or clipping the coat very...
Tear Stains

Tear Stains

All Pomeranians have a degree of tearing around their eyes. It’s very common, particularly with lighter coloured dogs. Food does not cause stains. The orange colour has an iron ingredient that the Pom secretes in his saliva, tears and urine. This is why he may have...
Pomeranian Coat Care

Pomeranian Coat Care

A Pomeranian doesn’t require as much grooming as some of the other long-haired breeds, but be prepared to at least brush your dog two or three times each week (or more if you can). Grooming should be a time enjoyed by both your Pomeranian and yourself. Your pet will...
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