Pomeranians and Royalty

Pomeranians and Royalty

H.R.H. Prince George of Wales and a Pomeranian

H.R.H. Prince George of Wales and a Pomeranian

In England, in 1761, George III was shortly to be crowned King. His soon-to-be Queen was Charlotte from the Duchy of Mecklenburg, a German territory, and a neighbor of Pomerania. She was only 17 years old when she committed to this politically expedient marriage.

Queen Charlotte brought her beloved Pomeranians with her. These dogs were either white or cream in color, except for Fino, a black and white dog who was especially loved by the Prince of Wales (King George the Fourth).

Pomeranian dogs lived in the Royal palaces and several of the Queen’s peers received a Pomeranian for themselves. The King’s son, (King George the Fourth) carried on this royal tradition, and examples of this appeared in paintings by Gainsborough and Stubbs.

Queen Victoria’s involvement with Pomeranians.

Queen Victoria was Queen Charlotte’s granddaughter, and she obviously inherited her grandmother’s passion for Pomeranians. She was widely acknowledged as the most famous person who owned and exhibited Pomeranians during her lifetime. Over the years she imported numerous Pomeranians from different parts of Europe. The dogs had different colored coats and her kennel in Windsor housed more than 30 Pomeranians.

Queen Victoria housed several different dog breeds in her Home Park Kennels. In February 1891 in Crufts (London), the Queen first exhibited Pomeranians and Collies.

The people of England greatly admired and loved Queen Victoria as well as her dogs, who became very popular. She absolutely loved her Pomeranians and they were of great comfort to her during the period after Prince Albert passed away.

Pomeranian Puppies bred by Queen Victoria

Pomeranian Puppies bred by Queen Victoria

The Queen’s royal Pomeranians often traveled with her. The royal train contained a specially made compartment to house her dogs during her train trips. Her dogs were even protected by special policemen to guarantee their security and safety. When Victoria was on her deathbed, she asked her people to bring her favorite Pomeranian to keep her company during her final days.

Because people had an incredible fascination for the dogs in with the Queen’s life, there was a mammoth amount of information available to the general public. So there’s plenty of accurate information about her dogs and their involvement in her life. Much of this information appeared in the New York Times, various British papers and magazines, as well as canine-specific magazines.

While Queen Victoria was on holiday in Florence in 1888, she bought foundation stock of Italian Spitz dogs also called Volpino Italiano or Florentine Spitz.

Reading all about the Queen and her passion for Pomeranians, you should understand that the dogs she loved back in her day aren’t classified as Pomeranians today by the English Kennel Club. There have been many improvements to breed type in the Pomeranian since Queen Victoria’s day and the Pomeranian is now in the toy group in non-FCI countries. The type of dog bred and loved by Queen Victoria is now referred to as the German Spitz and is even shown in a different group in non-FCI countries.

If Queen Victoria was breeding dogs today, her mission to breed German Spitz dogs with the Italian Volpino dogs would probably be frowned upon. This was a common practice of many other Pomeranian breeders of that era and resulted in the appearance of many new colors in the breed.

Queen Victoria's Kennel and Pomeranians at Windsor. Royal Pomeranians

Queen Victoria’s Kennel and Pomeranians at Windsor.

At the end of a kennel visit, a comment was made regarding the “type” of Pomeranian owned by the Queen. The comment went like this:

“A dog’s coat is thick and long and appears to be standing out from his body. His tail curls over and lays near to his back. His ears are erect and small and he has a foxy head. His legs and back are fairly short and his overall appearance is of a thick set square dog. Despite all these factors, he seems to be as energetic as a kitten.”

Carson I. A. Ritchie wrote a book titled the “British Dog – Its History from Earliest Times” He wrote a couple of intriguing statements.

Carson I. A. Ritchie in his book about the history of British Dogs makes some interesting comments:

1. In 1838, after she was crowned, Queen Victoria rushed home from the Abbey, removed her stately robes and bathed her Pomeranians.
2. In 1889, prior to her entering the Crufts show with the three dogs, the Queen paid a visit to Florence where she came across a local fancy toy dog breed.
3. In 1891, Nino, Fluffy and Gena were the Queen’s three Pomeranians that were exhibited at Crufts.
4. In 1892, the dogs were entered in the same event.

The Queen stopped exhibiting her beloved dogs after a number of them contracted distemper and died. She suspected one or more of her dogs brought the disease back to the kennel when they were involved in a dog show earlier that year.

Queen Victoria had a preference for Poms that weighed 6-12 lbs.

The Windsor Kennel name is now owned by Queen Elizabeth II.

Information about individual Pomeranians owned by the Queen.

Queen Victoria's Pomeranian "Gina/ Gena". Pomeranian dog owned by Royalty

Queen Victoria’s Pomeranian “Gina/ Gena”


Queen Victoria purchased Gena in 1888 while visiting Florence. However, her pedigree, breeder and birth date were not known (a commonality in those days).Gina was white in color with some touches of lemon, and she weighed 7.5 pounds.

Gena was proudly shown at the very first Crufts and the judges diplomatically judged her as a equal winner alongside Rob. Rob, a white Pomeranian later became the very first champion of the breed; Champion Rob of Rozelle.

The New York Times listed Gena as being a dog that was one of the best known in the entire world, and was especially favored by Queen Victoria. After she was listed as originating in Italy, she also gained the name “toy Pomeranian.”

Newspaper reports of the time included her weight and both of her first place show wins at Crufts because that was the first time the Queen had entered her in a show.

Gena was described as “tiny little Gena” because she looked like a silky white ball of wool.


Queen Victoria's Pomeranian Beppo. Pomeranian owned by Royalty

Queen Victoria’s Pomeranian Beppo

While on her trip to Florence in 1888, the Queen also bought Beppo but, as usual, information about her pedigree birth date and breeder didn’t seem to exist. He was a very handsome dog.

Beppo’s coat was almost a pure white color, however, he did have a single lemon patch near one eye, as well as a black nose. Beppo came third in the Crufts show in 1892.


No records exist that Lina ever participated in dog shows. She was mated with Marco and her two puppies came into the world on July 27th, 1891. Their names were LULU and MINA. In 1892, Lulu won a higher place than Mina. Both puppies had fawn coats.


Lenda was one of the other dogs to be bought while the Queen was in Florence. In April 1981, Lenda first appeared at the show conducted at the Kennel club and narrowly missed out on first place.

Lenda had a white “blaze” and a fleck of white on the side of her neck. Overall, her color was referred to as “buff”. Her tail was regarded as the best carriage and shape, compared to the rest of the Queen’s dogs. Her head was foxy and her breechings), were regarded as “handsome and full.”

Lenda and Marco had two puppies (NINO and FLUFFY), on August the 4th, 1889. Nino’s coat had a deep brown and sat higher on his legs than most dogs. Nino was placed third at the 1891 Kennel Club Show.


Princess Ileana of Romania and her Pomeranian

Princess Ileana of Romania and her Pomeranian

Fluffy achieved greater success than her brother in the show ring.
Her coat was registered as white and cream and some described Fluffy as the smallest of the Queen’s Pomeranians. Fluffy’s coat was the same buff color that her mother had.
Fluffy’s tail was far from perfect, having a limp tail. Beppo and Fluffy were mated and produced one puppy – Glinda.

Mrs Gordon Lynns was the proud owner of RUFFLE, described as an exquisite sable Pomeranian. (Fact: Ruffle was born in 1892 but didn’t get his title until 1901.)
Ruffle mated with both Gilda and Fluffy.

Sadly, all the puppies, as well as Fluffy herself, died during the whelping.
Mrs Lynns offered the Queen the opportunity to mate with another of her dogs and she gratefully accepted the kind offer.

Gilda and Ruffle’s daughter (GILDA 2) was born in 1895 and was bought by Mr Smith, who showed her at Crufts in 1896.

Lenda also gave birth to Alfio (sired by Windsor Marco), a dog with a red coat. Alfio won first place at the 1894 Crufts puppy class.


Windsor Marco. Pomeranian owned by Royalty

Windsor Marco

Marco was a German Spitz and he was recorded as being named for Marco Polo, a well-known Italian traveler and merchant. Marco was born in 1888 and weighed 12 pounds. His coat was deep red sable but his hind featherings and tail had an almost white tint.

Lenda and Marco were mated on three separate occasions and produced a total of five puppies – Nino and Fluffy, Mina and Lula, and Alfio was the last one.


Zeela was another much loved, black dog owned by the Queen.

The Queen bought her last dog, Turi, in 1893. He appears in many photos with the Queen and was the last favorite dog to see HRH Her Majesty alive. On the day prior to her death, she seemed to gain a little extra energy and asked for her staff to bring Turi to her. The Queen lost her life on 22 January, 1901.


Other people in the Royal family also had a love of Pomeranians. In 1895, the Canine Press published a story about “A Pomeranian.”

The Prince brought Blackie from Homburg as a gift for Princess Victoria. Blackie was only four pounds and was often described as lively, friendly and charming. His Spitz coat is everything you would expect; his body is compact and he’s always alert.

When he was one year old, he almost lost his life. Blackie was removed from Marlborough House and taken to Sandringham, he was virtually a skeleton. However, the change in scenery brought him back to splendid health(along with plenty of TLC).

Pomeranian Puppy bred by Queen Victoria

Pomeranian Puppy bred by Queen Victoria

Other Royals also loved of dogs. Mrs Langton Dennis (a successful breeder of this era), received a very special reception when she brought her canines to Buckingham Palace.

When the German Crown Prince and Princess inspected Mrs Langton Dennis’ dogs, it was regarded as a huge compliment and they assured Mrs Dennis that their small Pomeranians couldn’t compare to the English ones when it came to the texture and quality of their coats and that the German dogs lacked that particular “stand-offishness” that was apparent in the English dogs.

The German Princess later purchased several British dogs, the first from Mrs Dennis, (a DragonFly dog) and the second one was an orange sable bitch that was bred by Miss Kirkwood – Offley Shining Light, (she was a daughter of Champion Offley (Saucy Atom).

Many other Royals loved and owned Pomeranians. Joséphine de Beauharnais, wife to Napoleon I of France and Princess Ileana of Romania both  had a passion for Pomeranians. 

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References and Further Reading
[1] Denise Leo “The Pomeranian Handbook”.
[2] Kimbering Pomeranians “1891-1991”.

Pomeranian Dog Origins and Breed History.

Pomeranian Dog Origins and Breed History.

early pomeranian dog. History of the Pomeranian

Early Pomeranian. Called a Wolf Dog

History of the Pomeranian Dog

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 the Spitz family have prick ears, tails that curl up their backs and a thick double coat. People have relied heavily on these dogs for many reasons including: guarding homes, pulling sledges and protecting livestock. The smaller dogs were frequently cared for as pets/companions.

The name “spitz” wasn’t used as a name for these breeds prior to the 15th century. However, the name “Chien-loup” was used and it’s believed the the French phase “lou-lou” was derived from this name. Historians can’t find any records about the spitz dogs before George 111 sat on the throne in England.

In Germany, various older regional names for these Spitz dogs are translated into English and become the Wolf Spitz, Lion Spitz, Bear Spitz and the Great (aka Gross) Spitz. The smaller dogs included the Fox Spitz and a little later on, the Mannheimer Zwerg- Spitz.

This breed evolved throughout a number of areas of Europe and was called various names,  with several types having no relationship with Pomerania.

In France, Lulu, Chien de Pomeranie or the Lou Lou. The Wolfshond was in Holland but, during the 1780s, this name was altered to Keeshond. Italy had numerous names for this dog, including the: Italian Spitz, Florentine Spitz, Cane de Quirinale, Lupino and Volpino. The Italian variety were usually bright orange or yellow in color. 

Pomeranian Dog 1885. History of the Pomeranian

Pomeranian Dog 1885

The Swedish naturalist, Carl Linnaeus (1707-1778) spent a great deal of time classifying dogs of his era. He mentions the Canis Pomeranus and offered plenty of evidence to support his theory that these dogs were well known in Central and Northern Europe.

Pomeranian Developed as a Breed by English Fanciers.

It wasn’t until the 18th century that the Pomeranian (known then as the Wolf dog), became firmly established in England, as the breed captured the interest of members of the English monarchy. In 1761 marrying King George 111, Queen Charlotte brought her pet dogs to England. Queen Charlotte’s dogs were what was then called “wolf dog” in type and mainly white in colour.

The Pomeranian is named after the territory in Germany from which Queen Charlotte, imported her Pomeranians; Pomerania. Queen Charlotte at the time referred to the breed as the Pommeranian.

The English Pomeranians were usually kept as pets and a lot of the information about these dogs is derived from various paintings.

Despite a few imports, Pomeranians didn’t make a big impact on the people of England until after 1870. In 1859, Newcastle was home to the very first English dog show and, in 1861, another one was held in the Belle Vue Zoo, Manchester.

Queen Victoria and a Pomeranian

Queen Victoria and a Pomeranian

Mr Bennett owned a Pomeranian Fox Dog that won in his class as a non-sporting foreign dog. In the same year, Mr J.H. Seed exhibited his dog (Jack) in Birmingham, after which the owner made the dog available for purchase at the price of 10 guineas.

December 1862 saw three Pomeranians as exhibits also in Birmingham, as part of the Third Annual showing for Sporting and other dogs. They were classified in an Extra Class that accounted for small foreign dogs not used for field sports. 

The Pomeranians entered were:

• “Alba,” owned by Robert Thornley.
• “Charlie,” owned by Mr C. Bradley.
• “Pop,” owned by Mr J.A. Browning.
All three owners resided in Birmingham.

There were 12 dogs in that class, including a Volpino Roman (aka Pomeranian), Maltese, Prussian Terrier, a Russian dog, and “Willie,” bred in France.

For the first time, in 1863, Pomeranians had classes of their own in London’s Great International Dog Show. 

The top three Pomeranians at the International show were:
1st – “Snap,” owned by Mr Laskie.
2nd – “Guess,” owned by Mr St. Quintin.
3rd – “Fox,” owned by Mr Eaton.

During 1863 a number of Pomeranians were being exhibited in different parts of England.

Showing Pomeranians LKA 1896. History of the Pomeranian

Showing Pomeranians LKA 1896

The English Kennel Club registered the breed under the name Pomeranian.

The Pomeranian Club was established by nine members in 1891. There was a growing interest, by breeders, in reducing the size of the dogs they were breeding, but also in producing new colors. No longer did the whites and blacks rank top position in breeding programs and the show ring. Now there were other colors such as orange, sable, blue and chocolate as well.

After reading numerous rare and old dog books, we have learned that the glorious colors now available weren’t even a spot on the horizon during the early development of the Pomeranian breed.

Published back in 1804, the “Sportsman’s Cabinet” discusses the colors available during that period with regards to the Wolf dog, or Pomeranian as it’s now known. “this breed is termed the Pomeranian or Wolf-dog, and the colour is referred to as being “mostly of a pale yellow or cream colour, and lightest in the lower parts; some are white, some few black, and others, but very rarely, spotted”.

The Pomeranian Dog Arrived in the United States of America late 1800’s.

During the late 1880’s, Pomeranians started appearing in various shows in the United States of America where, in 1900, the country’s Kennel Club officially recognized this breed.

Before this official sanction, the breed had to participate in the Miscellaneous Class. January 10, 1911 saw the very first Pomeranian breed show in this country and it was conducted in New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.

During this period, shows provided classes for small, medium and big dogs and it took the Pomeranian Club much longer to settle on a suitable weight range for these amazing dogs. Finally it was agreed that Toy Pomeranians weighed under 7lb. All the other Pomeranians were “oversize” with 20lb being the heaviest weight allowed.

This adorable Pomeranian dog was now known and loved throughout England. A great deal of the credit for this adulation goes to Queen Charlotte’s granddaughter, Queen Victoria whose enthusiasm for Poms thrust the breed directly into the public eye.

Royal Interest in the Pomeranian Dog Assured his Popularity

Queen Victoria made the Pomeranians extremely popular, more so than during her grandmother’s reign. Her royal Pomeranians often travelled with her. The royal train contained a separate special compartment for her Poms, and they even had their own security detail to guarantee their security and safety and to help ease her mind. When laying on her deathbed, Queen Victoria asked for her favorite Pom to keep her company.

Mrs Thomas and her Pomeranians. History of the Pomeranian

Mrs Thomas and her Pomeranians

For a couple of years, Queen Victoria was listed as one of the leading breeders, along with Mrs Thomas, Mrs Gordon Lynn and Miss Hamilton. The Queen’s “Marco” won the Club’s gold medal. Mrs Thomas brought dogs from Germany to improve the quality of her stock. Miss Hamilton owned dogs of different colors but concentrated on breeding whites.

Pomeranians were exchanged for large sums of money. There was a strong craze for breeding dogs that were smaller than ever, often through very close inbreeding and results included: apple heads, pop eyes, unsoundness and weediness. The mortality rate during whelping was incredibly high. By 1916, the bigger Pomeranians no longer appeared in the shows, with only the “Toy” size remaining.

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References and Further Reading
[1] Denise Leo “The Pomeranian Handbook”.
[2] Kimbering Pomeranians “1891-1991”. 


Julo Pomeranians

Julo Pomeranians

Julo Happy Boy The American Julo Kennels ( Mrs A. T. McCaskill ) imported Julo Red Light the foundation of Julo Pomeranians, who became a famous stud producing many winners. Mrs A. T. McCaskill’s foundation breeding bitches were also imported from England. The home-bred Specialty Best in Show Champion Julo Happy Boy ( Julo Red Light x Blegbie Sable fairy of Pomona ) was a great winner at the shows being exhibited twenty two times, went Best of Breed fifteen times and nine times Best Toy. Happy Boy’s fame was not confined to winning, as he produced many famous show winners. Julo Pomeranians Julo PomeraniansCopyright Pomeranian.org. All Rights Reserved.

Pomeranians in the Media

Pomeranians in the Media

Cash the Pomeranian appears in The Real Housewives of Melbourne

Cash the Pomeranian appears in The Real Housewives of Melbourne

The most famous Pomeranian in his own right is BOO, with over 16 million Facebook fans, 2 published books and a huge range of Boo collectables available. 8 year old Boo at is often referred to as the World’s Cutest Dog. Boo resides in San Francisco.


Beatrix Potter wrote about a black Pomeranian named Duchess in The Pie and the Patty Pan.   My Trip by Bunty. Australian book written about the adventures of a Pomeranian called Bunty Rogers. Written and illustrated by Hunter Rogers. 1964.


Pomeranians appear in the following movies: Candy paint – 2005. Killer Bud 2000. Quigley 2003. To Die For 1994. Dumb and Dumber – 1994. Harlem Nights- 1989. Cadillac Man- 1990. Fran Dreshler’s Pomeranian Chester has a starring role in this movie. Superman Returns – 2006. Two Pomeranians appear in this movie. Screwed – 2000. Enemy of the State – 1998. A white Pomeranian appears in this movie with Will Smith. Blade: trinity – 2004. Lady and the Tramp 11: Scamp’s Adventure- 2001. Titanic – 1997. Hounded – 2001. Chasing Papa. Adventure of Bailey: A Night in Cowtown – Jiff the Pomeranian had a starring role in this movie. Secret Life of Pets – One of the main characters is a white Pom female.

Pomeranians appearing in The Real Housewives of Melbourne

Pomeranians appearing in The Real Housewives of Melbourne


That’s So Raven. The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. Excel Saga. The Nanny. The Osbournes. Heroes. The Simple Life. X-Files. Heroes –  A Pomeranian called Lestat , who played the character Mr. Muggles in the show. Las Vegas – Lestat appeared in this show. The Real Housewives of Beverley Hills. The Real Housewives of Melbourne. Gamble is the proud owner of two Pomeranians, who appear in the show. Underbelly.   Pomeranians have appeared in many commercials.  

If we have missed any Pomeranian in this article please drop us a line with any information.

Famous Pomeranian Owners

Famous Pomeranian Owners

Queen Victoria and her Pomeranian

Queen Victoria and her Pomeranian

As a Pomeranian lover, you’re in extremely good company. Over the years, many famous people have fallen under the spell of this delightful little dog. Past and Present Pomeranian owners include: Queen Charlotte, King George III’s wife, (1744-1818) had white Pomeranians Phoebe and Mercury. Queen Victoria, (1819-1901) purchased four Pomeranians from Italy, the most famous being a little sable dog called Marco. Other Royal Pomeranians included Gina, Fluffy, Nino, Mino, Beppo, Gilda, Lulu and Turi. Queen Victoria housed up to 35 Pomeranians in the royal kennels. Marie Antoinette, Queen of France (1755 -1793). Josephine Beauharnais, Empress of France (1763-1814). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Classical Music Composer (1756-1791) owned a Pomeranian called Pimperl. Mozart wrote an aria dedicated to his Pom. Gainsborough, a painter (1727-1788). Carl Friedrich Abel, Composer. (1725-87). Gainsborough painted his Pomeranian. Martin Luther (1483 –1546) German monk, theologian, church reformer owned a Pom called Belferlein. Charles Darwin‘s Pomeranian was named Snow. Michelangelo Di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (1475 –1564). Michelango’s Pom was said to have sat on a satin pillow watching  him paint the Sistine Chapel.

Chopin and a Pomeranian 1847

Chopin and a Pomeranian 1847

Sir Isaac Newton, mathematician and physicist (1642-1727) owned a Pom called Diamond. Frédéric Chopin, composer. (1810, –1849). Emile Zola, French novelist and critic (1840 –1902). Harry Houdini had a Pom called Charlie. Jean Harlow had a Pomeranian. Kimora Lee Simmons had two Pom Suki & Simba. Sasha Cohen ( Ice Skater) owned the Pom Mocha. Elvis Presley bought a Pom called Sweet Pea for his mother Gladys. After Gladys’ death Sweet Pea came to live with Elvis. Fran Drescher owned a Pom called Chester who appeared in the show “The Nanny”.  After Chester’s passing Fran purchased another Pomeranian called Ester. Kate Hudson is the proud owner of Clara Bow. Paris Hilton has 3 Poms called Marilyn Monroe, prince and Kimchi. Nicole Richie – Foxy Cleopatra. Tammy Wynette –  Killer. Britney Spears – Isabelle and Izzy Rhianna – Marley. Sharon Osbourne – Minnie, Mr Chips and Pipi.

Jean Harlow had a Pomeranian.

Jean Harlow

David Hasselhoff –  Jenny & Killer. Jeff Hanneman – a chocolate Pom called Scoolu. Humberto Gonzalez- Cosmo Nick Cave’s parents owned a Pom called Marco Polo. Pauline Rubio – Miranda. Maria Sharapova – Dolce. Brittany Taylor –  Bandit. London Tipton – Ivanna. Holly Madison – Harlow and Panda. Hilary Duff – Minnie and Macy. Haylie Duff – Bentlil. Chanelle Hayes – Crumpet. Patrick Stump – Penny. Victoria Asher – Gizmo. Geri Halliwell – Daddy. Dee Winfield – Chauncey. LeAnn Rimes – Joey and Raven. Cindy Williams – Phoebe.

Elvis Presley bought a Pom called Sweet Pea

Elvis Presley and the Pom called Sweet Pea

Daishi Kajinaga – Momo. Irene Handle –  Fluffy. Jessica Alba –  Lucky. Liza Minnelli – Austin Powers. Samantha Mumba –  Foxy. Goldie Hawn – Clara. Courtney Love – Princess Paps. Bill Cosby – Luther. Keanu Reeves –  Fluffy. Cynthia Bailey –  Bai Lei. Gavin Rossdale – Chewy. Some other famous Pomeranian owners include Sandra Bullock, Alec Baldwin, Bethenny Frankel, Perez Hilton, Cesar Milan, Jeff Lewis, Gerard Butler, Niecey Nash, Mario Lopez, Betty White, Brad Goreski, Barry Bonds, Brandi Glanville, Cee Lo, Drake, Kathy Hilton, Lisa Rinna, Slash, Miss Universe Olivia Culpo, Jenni Pulos, Dolph Lundgren, Tony Bennett, Sylvester Stallone, P. Diddy and Kim Porter, Eva Longoria, Frank Watkins, Rudi Johnson, Lisa Vanderpump  and Matt Light. If we have missed a celebrity Pomeranian owner please drop us a line with any information. Copyright Pomeranian.org. All Rights Reserved.

The First Pomeranian Champions

The First Pomeranian Champions

ROB OF ROZELLE normal_spthefirstpomeranianchampion         Sire: Unknown      Dam: Unknown Colour: White   Breeder:  Unknown            

KONIG OF ROZELLE normal_spthesecondpomeranianchampion         Sire: Rob of Rozelle     Dam: Peggoty Colour: White   Breeder: Miss Hamilton        

BELPER SNOW champion pomeranian belper snow       Sire: Belper Bounce    Dam: Belper Glenis Colour: White   Breeder: Miss Chell          


Sire: Snap Jack  Dam: Belper Rosie Colour:  White   Breeder: Mr Chell  


Sire: Belper Fritz  Dam: Belper Minnie Colour: White   Breeder: Miss Chell  

BELPER FLOSSIE Sire: Rob of Rozelle  Dam: Belper Minnie Colour: White   Breeder: Mr Chell  

BELPER PEGGIE Sire: Belper Don  Dam: Belper Beauty Colour: White   Breeder: Miss Chell  

TATCHO Sire: Belper Snow  Dam: Belper Pearl Colour: White   Breeder: Mrs Birkbeck  

THE LADY FROU-FROU Sire: Belper Fritz   Dam: Belper Glennis Colour: White   Breeder:  Miss Chell  

THE LADY VERNA Sire: Tatcho  Dam: The Lady Frou-Frou Colour: White   Breeder: Miss Lee-Roberts  

BLACK BOY Sire: Leiblung  Dam: Lulu Colour: Black   Breeder: Mrs Ireland  

KING PIPPEN Sire: Unknown  Dam: Unknown Colour: Black   Breeder: Unknown  

HATCHAM NIP Sire: Unknown  Dam: Unknown Colour: Black   Breeder: Unknown  Owner :  Mrs Marlow 4.5 lbs. Champion Hatcham Nip was exported by his owner to the USA, Becoming the first Pomeranian to win on both sides of the Atlantic. C.C. winner twice at Crufts dog show.  

MARLAND KING Sire: Kensington King   Dam: Orange Girl Colour: Black   Breeder: Mrs Day  

WALKLEY QUEENIE Sire: Belper Checky Dam: Belper Sadie Colour: Black   Breeder: Miss Chell  

LITTLE BILLIE BOY Sire: King Pippen Dam: Vera Colour: Brown   Breeder: Mrs Bird  

TINA Champion Tina       Sire: Bayswater Swell Dam: Kitsey Colour: Brown   Breeder: Mrs Addis              

PRAIRIE KING Sire: Bayswater Swell Dam: Queenie Colour: Brown   Breeder: Mrs. Harvey

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  KING OF THE FAIRIES Sire: Kensington King  Dam: Queen Mab Colour: Brown   Breeder: Miss Fox-White  

HAUGHTY PRINCE pomeranian ch haughty prince       Sire: Aigburth Prince Dam: Haughty Muriel Colour: Brown   Breeder: Mrs. Houlker           MOORLAND PIXIE Sire: Moorland Brownie   Dam: Fairy Colour: Brown   Breeder: Lady Conyers  

GOLDEN TINA champion pomeranian golden tina       Sire:  Fritzkin  Dam: Sissy Colour: Brown   Breeder: Mr Taylor              

FRITZKIN Sire:  unknown  Dam: unknown Colour: Brown   Breeder: unknown   TINY BROWN Sire:  Reigate Masher  Dam: Blanquettes Brunette Colour: Brown   Breeder: Mrs Sanderson  

CHOCOLAT Chocolat owned by Mrs Harcourt Clare             Sire:  Black Boy  Dam: Judy Colour: Blue   Breeder: Mr Marples Owner:  Mrs Harcourt Clare              

BOY BLUE champion pomeranian boy blue               Sire:  Prince Victory  Dam: Princess Zulu Colour: Blue   Breeder: Mrs Fisher Owner: Miss Ives                        

DAINTY BOY Sire:  Unknown Dam: Unknown Colour: Shaded Sable   Breeder: Unknown  

DAINTY BELLE Sire:  Dainty Boy  Dam: Bibury Belle Colour: Shaded Sable   Breeder: Mrs Hall-Walker  

BIBURY BELLE Sire:  King Khama  Dam: Bibury Maggie Colour: Shaded Sable   Breeder: Mrs Judge  

RUFFLE Sire:  Unknown Dam: Unknown Colour: Shaded Sable   Breeder: Unknown  

NANKY PO (KCSB) pomeranian Nanky Poo Sire:  Dr Nansen Dam: Lady Clare Colour: Shaded Sable   Breeder: Mr. W. Birkinshaw Weight 8.5 lbs Born 23rd September, 1901 Has won 40 prizes and many specials, including First and Hall-Walker Cup for best sable at Crufts; First Brighton; First Crystal Palace Kennel Club Show 1903; First Birkenhead; Two firsts and first Brace and Team at Manchester Pomeranian Club Show; Two firsts and first Brace and team at Darlington; First and first Brace at Lancaster; First Cheetham Hill: Second Open, first Team Crystal palace Kennel Club Show 1904.

Pedigree Of CH NANKY POO
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THE SABLE MITE (KCSB) Pomeranian The Sable Mite Sire:  Little Nipper  Dam: Laurel Fluffie Colour: Shaded Sable   Breeder: Mr. P. Hirst Weight 4.5 lbs Born 21st December, 1902 Winner of 70 prizes and numerous specials. prizes include during 1904: Four first Blackpool. Three firsts Reigate. Three firsts Hitchin. Two firsts and the championship Birkenhead. Two firsts, silver shield for Best Pomeranian in Show and first in Brace, Team and Non-Sporting Team Richmond; three firsts and championship also first Brace and Team, Darlington; three firsts and special for Best Pomeranian in the Show Baldock, two firsts and Burton Cup (won outright) for best dog any breed in the show Bakewell: two firsts and Hall Walker Cup for best sable, also first Brace and Team Crystal Palace Kennel Club Show, also Pomeranian Club Challenge Cup.

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    SHELTON SABLE ATOM Shelton Sable Atom Sire:  Little Nipper  Dam: Cinderella Colour: Shaded Sable   Breeder: Mr. J.  Fielding Weight 4.5 lbs Born  10th September, 1903. Prizes won during 1904 include four firsts and special for best Toy, Harpenden; Three firsts at Sheffield; Three firsts and best Brace and Team Manchester Pomeranian Club Show; two firsts, first in the Brace, team and non-sporting team and 25 gns. cups for Best novice Pomeranian, Richmond; one first, Darlington; two firsts and special for best Pom. in the Show, Woodstock; two firsts and the championship, Southampton; one first and two seconds ( beaten only by the Sable Mite), Crystal Palace kennel Club Show. he won altogether 43 prizes and many specials before he was 14 months old.  

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