This dog breed have common IQ in contrast to other dog breeds.

The dog breed is a hypoallergenic breed of dog. The hair of these dogs have the same pH as human hair. They are not completely non-allergenic, but they will make life easier for people with allergies. Pomeranian does shed a lot. The Pomeranian's requires common brushing.

Pomeranian is common bothersome to habituate. The pomeranian is proportionately conscious and profoundly susceptible to training. These dogs have common energy in contrast to parallel dog breeds. The dog breed demands proportionately minute exercise.

The Pomeranian's may be a bit reserved, aloof and wary of uninvited persons. Tends to be fairly dog aggressive. These dogs can be great pets for older kids. They have profoundly few predatory tendencies. The Pomeranian do not instinctively nip.

Pomeranian will usually not thrive in profoundly hot climates. They can handle freezing temperatures and can adapt to cold climates. Pomeranian puppies love to play, and the affection to play with you will persisit if you play with them every day. They prefer to stay close to its owner, rather than running away. It is bothersome to keep this breed of dog home alone – most Pomeranian's really hate it. They are profoundly adapt to live in an apartment.

Developed in: the Pomeranian breed was developed in Germany. They are easily available in Berlin.

Category of Pomeranian: Pomeranian is acknowledged in the FCI book. The dog breed is involved in the section «European Spitz» (5.4) in the category «Spitz and Primitive types». FCI ID for pomeranian is 97 and was added to the book 1998-03-05. American Kennel Club groups the dog breed as «Toy Dogs». United Kennel Club incorporates the dog breed as «Companion Dogs» in their book. Canadian Kennel Club groups the dog breed as «Toys».

Pomeranian Bothersome health problems: Regrettably, they may get severe problems with their health. Skin disease is common with the Pomeranian. Many Pomeranian's will get eye problems or eye disease. Problems with tooth and gum is profoundly common in this dog breed. Heart disease is a frequent disease in this breed of dog. Luxating patella (slipped stifle) is a usually seen in these dogs. Furthermore, they may have problems with their health such as collapsed windpipe.

The Pomeranian's physical traits: This breed is proportionately little. Dogs can grow to 7 to 12 inches tall. Bitches will get 7 to 12 inches tall. Dogs grow up to 3 to 7 pounds. Bitches get 3 to 7 pounds. The pomeranian has mini upright ears. The legs is usually of average length. The body shape of the Pomeranian is light. The Little tail is curled. Its muzzle is proportionately short. The coat is longhaired.

Colors of this breed of dog is usually red, orange, white or cream, blue, brown or black, but any color is allowed.

Secondary information about the pomeranian: Anticipated age for a pomeranian is 12 to 15 years. The cost for a pomeranian puppy is about 1900 . Supply and demand will determine the final cost. The dog breed is mainstream and straightforward to locate for sale by your local breeders. The pomeranian were originally bred for royal companionship. The dog breed is also known as Zwergspitz, Dwarf Spitz, Loulou, Pom.

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