Everything about the charming Pomeranian Dog

Everything about the charming Pomeranian Dog

Pomeranian is the smallest dog in the Spitz family. This dog is well known and attractive not only because of its small size but also because of its bumpy and hairy shape.

The owners of this breed love them very much because of their great courage and bravery.  The Pomeranian dog is one of the smallest breeds of domestic dog and is one of the most popular dog breeds in the world today.  The Pomeranian is one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States, with its funny, smiling face, fluffy, plump fur, and back tail.

Pomeranian dogs in the United States are divided into two groups based on their appearance, the bear pomeranian dog and the fox pomeranian dog.

Pomeranian Bear Dog

Pomeranian bears are pumice dogs that have shorter snouts, more smiling faces, and thicker hair that make them look plump. Pamranin bear heads are rounder and their eyes are closer together. The animal's head is well proportioned to its body, with medium-sized shiny black eyes. The ears of these dogs are small at puberty but large at puberty, with short hairs and up to 7 months of age, and short necks.

Pomranian fox dog

The Pomranian fox dog has a longer snout and a more serious face. Sharp ears and elongated faces are other features of the fox Pomeranian dog. The fox Pomeranian dog is a bit like a fox because of its longer snout and sour almond eyes.

History of Pamranian dogs

The Pamranian breed is derived from sled dogs from Iceland, Germany and Poland, although the breed is named after the Pamranian region of Germany. This breed was considered in the 19th century. Pomeranian in German Pomeranian is a Spitz dog. The Pomeranian is derived from Iceland and Lapland sled dogs. This is probably due to the breeding and reduction of the size of these dogs in this area. In any case, larger dogs also acted as herding dogs. The closest relatives of the Pomeranians are Norwegian Elkhound, Schipperke, Spitz, American Eskimo, Samoyed and other members of the Spitz.

Appearance and physical characteristics of Pomeranian dogs

They look like foxes. Their body hair was very thick and voluminous. The body covering 2 layers of the surface of his body. The bottom layer is very soft and the outer layer is long and rough. Other appearance features include a round tail, small corners, square limbs, and long, majestic strides. It can be in 18 different colors. The most common colors in this breed are red, orange, white or cream, blue, brown, yellowish brown or black.  Although Pomeranian dog clothing is a bit magical, they can change over time.

Another point is that this breed does not tolerate high temperatures, overheating increases the risk of stroke.  Also, the weight of these beautiful dogs is between 1 to 3 kg, which of course varies in males and females, as well as depending on the purity of the breed or bear and fox.

Pamranins usually reach puberty between 7 and 10 months of age. It is interesting to know that Pamranins are very good runners and can participate in speed competitions.

Moral characteristics of Pomeranian dogs

Fearless, cheerful, playful, curious, confident, attentive and always ready for adventure. These dogs are very friendly and kind to their owners, but they may make a lot of noise or be very shy when dealing with strangers.

Sometimes they find themselves bigger than other animals and attack them, and because they think they are big, they may hurt themselves.  It is worth noting that the Pamranians can also be good guards and bark for anything unusual they see around them.

Another important thing about these dogs is that you can train them to stop making noises with your command, and it is interesting to know that Pamranines act quickly in new training. But unfortunately, training the toilet in this breed is a little time consuming and requires patience.

Do not forget that this breed barks a lot and may not only be unattractive but also scary for small children, so it is better for Pomeranian dogs to be allowed near young children after the necessary training. They are also hegemonic, arrogant and rebellious.

Pamranine dog diseases

They usually have skin allergies, and some pomeranian dogs also have epilepsy and seizures. Pomeranian dogs are prone to a variety of eye problems such as cataracts, dry eyes and excessive tears. These problems occur in young dogs and may cause blindness if left untreated. Pelvic dislocation, pelvic joint disease, patellar dislocation of the knee, tracheal disorders, and respiratory distress are other problems that may occur and should be reported to a veterinarian.

Pamranin dog price

What a dog really costs is dependent on two factors: how much demand there is for that dog and that breed among the people, and whether the dog is traded between several intermediaries to be sold to you. Sales of Pomeranian Bear dogs are on the rise due to their attractiveness. Because puppies are very playful and have a lot of motivation to learn. Naturally, they are more expensive than older dogs. 

It is recommended to buy a dog whose average age is from infancy to 3 months.  Because it is much easier to train a dog during this time than at other times.

Dog health is one of the factors affecting the price of a puppy. Buying and selling a dog that has been vaccinated or spayed and does not have a disease is more expensive than a dog that does not have the above. Be sure to buy dogs from veterinarians or people who have been working in this field for several years. These dogs are more expensive than dogs living outdoors due to their compatibility with the indoor environment or in apartements.

Pomeranian dog nutrition

Recommended daily amount: a quarter to half a glass of quality dry food served twice. Note that the amount of food a dog eats depends on its size, age, body structure, metabolism and level of activity. Dogs are just as unique as humans, and not everyone eats the same amount. Needless to say, an active dog needs more food than a lazy dog. The quality of the food you buy is also important. It should be noted that you should never change his diet suddenly.

Pomeranian dog health and care

This small but active dog needs daily physical activity, short walks or indoor games. The best collar for these dogs is the lumbar collar, but if you use a neck collar, be careful not to tie it so tight that the animal's neck is damaged. To fasten the collar, place your finger between the collar and the animal's neck to make sure the collar is not too tight.

Do not forget that this small and family dog ​​should always be under the care and attention and do not leave it outdoors as it may be damaged. Because pomeranians are small in size, they may be considered prey by animals such as owls, hawks, jackals, and other wild animals. They are also a favorite dog of thieves, so keep your dog out of the house.

Do not forget that this small and family dog ​​should always be under the care and attention and do not leave it outdoors as it may be damaged. Because pomeranians are small in size, they may be considered prey by animals such as owls, hawks, jackals, and other wild animals. They are also a favorite dog of thieves, so keep your dog out of the house.

Note that these dogs have a thick coat and need to be washed with dog shampoo at least once a week. Comb your dog at least three times a week with needle brushes, and don't forget to brush your dog. Pomeranians are small, weak and vulnerable dogs. It is best not to put your dog to bed because your movement may cause serious injury to the animal.  Provide a soft and comfortable sleeping place for your Pamranin and train him to sleep in it.


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