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Meet The Breed - Pomeranian 

Everything you want and need to know about owning a toy pomeranian from Care, Aliments, Personality, and Conformation.  Pomeranians have an average life expectancy of 12 to 16 years some living several years longer!

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Pomeranian Personalities 

These small dogs have a lot of personality in a little body!  They are cheerful happy go lucky energetic balls of fur.  Although they do have lot of energy they absoultely love being held and cuddling on your lap.  They are excellent lap dogs and make excellent dogs for kids that want a companion to sit with them while they learn/ play on the floor/ or watch tv.  Poms can also be territorial and show possiveness of their people and think they are little gaurd dogs.  It is important to soicalize them while they are young.

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Pomeranian Breed Standards

Coat -Pomeranians are double coated.  The Pomeranian’s outer coat is straight and puffy. It’s held off his body by the dense, soft, fluffy undercoat and acts as insulation in extremely cold and warm weather.  Their face fur is short.  

Eyes and Ears -  The Pomeranian eye color should be dark. Pomeranian eyes should be medium-sized and, most importantly, almond-shaped to give them a soft expressionPomeranian ears should be small and pointy. The ears must be small and well-positioned (not set too low down). Most often people breed them with the ears either set too wide apart, too large, or both.

Pomeranian Colors -  Poms come in a large variety of colors which make each unique:

Blue Merle, Blue Brindle, Chocolate Merle, Blue Sable

Black, Black & Tan, Blue, Blue & Tan, Chocolate, Chocolate & Tan, Cream, Cream Sable, Orange, Orange Sable, Red,

Red Sable, Beaver, Brindle, Chocolate Sable, White,  Wolf Sable, Beaver Sable, Tri-Colored, Black & Brindle

Along with colors there are many different patterns as well:

Parti-ColorMask, White Markings, Tan Markings, Brindle

Irish Marked, Tri Color Markings, Sable, Merle Markings

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The Basics Of Pomeranian Care

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Common Pomeranian Aliments

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