- 1 Information on the Pomeranian Teacup Dog
- 2 Correct Teacup Pomeranian Info
- 3 Toy Pomeranians
- 4 Tiny Poms are NOT Suitable in Households with Young Children
Information on the Pomeranian Teacup Dog
Where Can You Buy Teacup Pomeranian? Are you looking for a white teacup Pomeranian puppy, or tiny toy pomeranian puppies for sale, or baby teacup Pomeranian puppies for sale, Or full grown teacup Pomeranians for sale? Do you wish to locate mini Pomeranian for sale, or toy Pomeranians for sale?
Where can you buy Pomeranian teacups, boo puppy for sale. A mini teacup Pomeranian, or even a cheap teacup Pomeranian for sale? Where to find miniature Pomeranians for sale or teacup and micro mini Pomeranians for sale? How do you locate miniature Pom, or micro mini Pomeranian for sale, or even find teacup Pomeranian breeders or micro teacup Pomeranian breeders? Where to get a teacup Pomeranian?
Basically the answer is nowhere.
Correct Teacup Pomeranian Info
No dog breed, such as Teacup Pom, Miniature Pomeranian, Mini Pomeranian, Toy Pomeranian, Pocket Pomeranian, Miniature Poms, Micro Teacup Pomeranian or Pomeranian Teacup exist….just POMERANIANS.
Where to Buy Pomeranian Puppies? Where to Buy a Teacup Pomeranian?
I am going to explain how to find real Pomeranian puppies for sale.
People Looking for a Pomeranian Puppy:
Forget about looking at these advertisements for mini poms, toy Pomeranians for sale, micro mini pomeranian, micro Pomeranian puppys for sale or affordable teacup Pomeranian puppies. These puppy for sale advertisements are probably for the most part scams.
A puppy buyer looking for a teacup Pomeranian breeder is probably really looking for a show or preservation breeder. Always purchase a Pomeranian from SHOW Pomeranian puppy breeders. A Show Pomeranian breeder breeds dogs conforming closely to the Pomeranian breed standard. You can expect a pup purchased from someone showing their dogs to be a short nose Pomeranian and mature at between 3 and 7 lbs.
Ask the breeder about health testing, are the parents Champions ? and DNA profiling.
What Does a Teacup Pomeranian Look Like?
I have found after talking with people, who email asking if I have a teacup Pomeranian puppy for sale, these buyers wish to purchase a correct show type Pomeranian puppy. Many people think, teacup Pomeranian is correct term for a short snout, small Pomeranian, or tiny Pomeranian. These people incorrectly think a show quality Pomeranian is teacup toy pom.
Let’s Clear Up Confusion About Adult Teacup Pomeranian Size
The present Pomeranian standard states this dog should be within the following weight:
Size-Dogs 1.8. kg to 2 kg. Bitches 2 kg. to 2.5 kg.
The U.S. Pomeranian Breed Standard is between 3 and 7 lb in weight for a mature Pomeranian.
This is a very small dog. Pom Pups are usually between 2 and 5 oz at birth.
An Adult Pomeranian can range in height from about Height: 8 – 11″ (20.3 – 27.9 cm).
How Big Do Teacup Pomeranians Get?
Teacup Pomeranian weight? If the mini teacup Pomeranian, you desperately wish to own is in reality a show Pom, then this is the teacup Pomeranian height and a teacup Pomeranian full grown size will be the same as show Poms.
The Pom breed standard deviates from most others by requiring the female to be slightly larger than the male.
The very first Pomeranian breed standard is dated 1898. This early standard makes no mention of size and it is not until the 1950 breed standard that we find a reference to the desired weight range for the Pomeranian breed “ 4 to 4.5. lbs for males and 4.5. lbs to 5.5 lbs for females “.
There is no mention in either the 1909 or 1925 Breed Standards of any desired weight or height for the Pomeranian.
At the formation of English Pomeranian Club the breed was divided by weight into two sections : one section for Pomeranians under 8 lbs and the other section for Pomeranians over 8lbs.
Four challenge certificates were granted by the Kennel Club, one for each sex in either weight. In 1908 the Challenge Certificates where reduced to two, but after requests to the kennel Club the number of Challenge Certificates for Pomeranians was again reinstated to Four Challenge Certificates. In 1915 the Kennel Club withdrew the Challenge Certificates for the over 8lb Pomeranians. After 1915 the Pomeranian should weigh under 7lb at maturity.
Generally there is a great deal of misconceptions regarding the toy Pomeranian dog, and I would really like to resolve this confusion. Prior to the changes made in 1915 there were two sizes in this dog breed, The Pomeranian and the TOY Pomeranian.
After the 1915 breed standard changes, there is only ONE official size and name for the Pomeranian dog. The toy Pom became just the POMERANIAN and Poms weighing over 7lb became unacceptable in the showring. So we now have just POMERANIANS being between 3 and under 7lb and only one name for this dog breed is POMERANIAN.
The Pomeranian Toy Breed
Simply because of this dog’s tiny size, he is shown in what is referred to as the TOY group in non FCI countries along with other toy size dogs.
Prospective Pom owners are often confused by advertising when buying a Puppy
A lot of this confusion is caused by dubious outlets, e.g. PetShops, Backyard Breeders and unfortunately, even from some not so good registered Breeders using these advertising ploys on unsuspecting buyers.
How Many Puppies do Pomeranians Have?
The correct sized show Pom do not have big litters. 1 to 3 Pom babies in a litter is a the norm for a Pedigreed, Registered, Show Pomeranian.
After 40 years of experience breeding Pomeranians, I will state that 3 to 4 Pomeranian puppies in a litter from a pedigreed, registered show Pomeranian is a large litter.
Tiny Pomeranian dogs are not an economic viable breed for the Puppy Mills and backyard Breeders. Most “Pomeranians” sourced from these type of outlets seem to be something completely different to the show Pomeranian.
The pups when very young still look cute to the uneducated eye, but as they mature these dogs get bigger and bigger, long nosed, long backed, long legs, big eared, lack head and leg coat and very often have low tail sets.
Beware of any advertising for Teacup Pomeranians, Miniature Pomeranians, or Toy Pomeranians
We have all seen advertisements for teacup Pomeranian puppies for sale, teacup pom for sale, or mini Pomeranian puppies for sale . You can be sure that anyone who uses these term to sell Pomeranian pups is not reputable.
My advice is to always purchase from a reputable pom breeder, so my advice to you is to avoid any “breeder” advertising or mentioning their puppies by these terms . I would look for your new family member elsewhere.
A Pomeranian dog which is recognized as show quality should be in the weight range 3 to 7 lbs. There is very good reason to have the minimum weight of 3 lbs.
There are often problems with very small animals. Among the most common to appear are associated with health and vulnerability to ailments that larger animals of that breed often take in their stride. There is usually an underlying health problem that restricts a very small puppy’s growth. Most often this health problem will be of a very serious nature.
The smallest puppies in a litter often will have problems feeding naturally from their mother. The larger, stronger puppies will push the smaller sibling of the teat. Human intervention, by way of tube feeding if the puppy is very weak or bottle feeding for a slightly stronger puppy, is required if this puppy is to survive.
In most animals the small members of the litters are called “runts”. The runts are not looked at as having any breeding potential and are certainly not used in any breeding program, nor are they built up as something to be sought after. The percentage of “runts” are generally kept to a minimum in any good breeding program.
Very small Pomeranians are far more fragile than the normal sized Pomeranians. Often requiring a lot of special care during their lifetime.
Tiny Poms are NOT Suitable in Households with Young Children
A small Pom can be easily killed or suffer serious injuries by being dropped by a young child. When purchasing a Pomeranian as a family companion or pet it is always important to select the healthiest puppy available. A shortened life span on much loved family pet will have greatly affect all family members.
If you are still determined to have a very small Pomeranian ( less than 4lb as an adult ). Go to extreme lengths to ensure that you purchase a healthy and active Pomeranian puppy.
I would avoid having a small Pomeranian puppy shipped, so make arrangements to see the puppy in the fur prior to purchase. Ask about the puppy’s age.
Pomeranian puppies should not leave there mother and siblings until at least 8 weeks of age. A very small Pomeranian dog puppy should not be leaving the breeder until at least 10 to 12 weeks of age.
Good luck with your Pomeranian puppy.
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References and Further Reading:
 Official Standard of the Pomeranian (AKC). American Kennel Club, 2011.
 Official English Kennel Club Pomeranian Breed Standard , 2017.
 Denise Leo, The Pomeranian Handbook.
 Kimbering Pomeranians “1891-1991”.