Pomeranians

Pomeranians

are almost certainly descended from the sledge-pulling dogs of the Arctic and are probably related to the Keeshond, Norwegian Elkhound and the Samoyed. The first reliable records of the breed came from Pomerania, a region bordering the Baltic, and date from the 1800's, although these dogs were much larger (around 13kgs). Litters of around 10 puppies were being born and soon the smallest of these were preferred.

Advice for first time owners of this dog species was taken into the German Pomeranian Club (SPCA) in Bonn where a suitable Pomeranian was praised for their maturity and good disposition. The Pomeranian Club of America was then founded in 1926 and in 1934 the American Kennel Club officialy recognized the breed. thanks to the very high intelligence of this breed it is very easy to train. They are very quick learners and also very affectionate. Many people think otherwise, but keep in mind, they are very people pleasers and love to please their owners. It is highly recommended that you crate train your pet andLeash train your Pomeranian. It is recommended to have your Pomeranian spend a lot of time clipping and brushing, as this will de-tangle his coat from the inside. This breed doesn't shed very much and at that age, a thorough brushing every week is highly advisable. The teeth of the Pomeranian can be cared for by brushing them, but it is recommended that you give them to the veterinarian for a check-up to find any dental problems. Probably the most important thing to your Pomeranian's health is giving him a balanced diet of food, which includes plenty of protein, especially in the form of eggs. It is also very important that you don't feed your dog sweets. Meat products such as chicken and lamb are ideal foods. Certainly no onions, either raw or cooked, as they can be poisonous to many dogs. . Pomeranian fur is shedding its spring, and the fur is so shiny because it is nicer and more lustrous. It is advised that you groom your Pomeranian daily, but do leave the fur unruffled and loose. It is advised that you do not bathe your Pomeranian too often, because the skin glands could become affected. When you do bathe your Pomeranian, take care to use mild shampoo and rinse with a strong water phase. Pomeranian puppies are huge and need plenty of food, care and exercise. Care for your puppy, feed him correctly, exercise and play with him, and he is bound to be a champion dog of your breed in life.