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January 5, 2016 at #1032182
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January 5, 2016 at #1951
Is it ok to leave my Pomeranian pup home alone all day while I am work? I am thinking of purchasing a Pomeranian but as I work I am wondering if this is a good idea and if I should purchase two pups instead of one puppy, so they have company while I work ?
Dochlaggie Best in Show Champions AustraliaJanuary 5, 2016 at #1954
If possible bring a puppy home while you are on holidays or a long weekend, so puppy has time to adjust to his new surroundings while you are at home during the day.
Leave numerous toys, a radio on and your Pomeranians will certainly be content to keep themselves entertained until such time as you return home.
Your Pomeranian puppy will very quickly adjust to the routine of you coming and going to work and snooze most of the day waiting for your return.
Pomeranian owners who work away from the home during the day might consider purchasing two Pomeranians. I always advise not purchase two puppies together. House training two pups the same age will not be an easy task.
Dochlaggie Best in Show Champions AustraliaJanuary 5, 2016 at #2002
How do I find a good Pomeranian breeder?
Dochlaggie Best in Show Champions AustraliaJanuary 5, 2016 at #2004
Dochlaggie Best in Show Champions AustraliaJanuary 5, 2016 at #2005
How much should I expect to pay for a “purebred” Pom without papers.
Dochlaggie Best in Show Champions AustraliaJanuary 5, 2016 at #2007
All breeders have different pricing for various reasons. Contact the breeder you wish to buy from and ask about pricing. If you send a one liner email with just the word price in the subject you will be very lucky if you receive a reply. Also any dog without papers is deemed to not be a purebred. So do yourself a big favour and contact a registered breeder and purchase a pet puppy on limited registration. List of reputable registered Pomeranian breeders are listed on this website http://www.pomeranians.org
Dochlaggie Best in Show Champions AustraliaJanuary 14, 2016 at #2295
How can i tell if my “Pom”is purebred or not ? I purchased my Pomeranian as a purebred, but without kennel club papers. The “Breeder” told me that the parents had papers. How can I find out ?
Dochlaggie Best in Show Champions AustraliaJanuary 14, 2016 at #2298
A very common ruse is to tell prospective puppy buyers that the pup’s parents have papers.
Did they mean kennel club papers, microchip paperwork or even council registration papers? Did you actually sight these papers?
There is now a simple solution to finding out the parentage of your dog, do a DNA test. Your vet will be able to help you with this.
Here in Australia, rescue organisations advertise dogs who clearly appear to be purebred as crossbred. This is because dogs without kennel club paperwork are deemed to be crossbreeds.
Do yourself a big favour when purchasing any puppy and only purchase from a reputable breeder who registers ALL their puppies with the kennel club.
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Dochlaggie Best in Show Champions AustraliaApril 5, 2016 at #2810
Introducing A New Puppy Into Your Home
You and your family may be thinking about getting a new addition to the household in the form of a puppy. However, you need to really think it through before making any decisions.
Your current pets (regardless of whether they’re cats, dogs or both) won’t be happy when you first bring that puppy home.
A young puppy will need lots of attention because he’s a stranger to you, your human family and your animal family. A puppy can really annoy other pets because he’ll do whatever he wants, and that includes stealing their toys, going potty wherever he desires, and making a general nuisance of himself.
It can take six months, or even longer, in some cases, to train your puppy properly as well as get him used to your other pets and the way the household is run.
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Dochlaggie Best in Show Champions AustraliaApril 27, 2016 at #2914
Lots of aspects need to be considered if you want to bring a dog into your life. While the idea can be exciting, it’s a serious decision and you need to work out where the best place is for buying your new pet. Maybe you have heard the term “puppy mill” or “farm” and either know they’re bad news or have no idea what they are. That means you need to do research before making a commitment.
A puppy mill or farm is a place where puppies are mass-produced commercially and sold in pet shops or direct to the public, often through online classified ad sites. Approx 90% of puppies in pet shops get there via puppy farms
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