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    How to take care of Pomeranian puppies

    Articledog breed guidesMonday 09 December 2013

    How to take care of Pomeranian puppies

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    How to care for your Pomeranian

    Pomeranians are small dogs that might weigh between 2 and 4 kg and height to 30 cm. These fluffy dogs are tiny and have abundant thick double coat. However, their beautiful fur requires daily grooming and makes their owners quite pending on their needs.

    You can find out more details about Pomeranians breed by clicking here.

    Below you can find some more details on how to take care of Pomeranian dogs.

    If you have decided to get yourself a Pomeranian dog, you should remember to take it to the vet regularly. Just like any other dog, your dog needs his regular check-ups and vaccinations. Make sure that your dog is up-to-date with all the treatments, such as flea protection, heart worm protection etc. as this is mandatory for any dog owner. 

    Pomeranians should also have their teeth brushed regularly as this dog breed is especially prone to tooth decay. There are many toothpastes and toothbrushes designed specifically for dogs – you can ask your vet for help on which brands is the most suitable one for your dog’s needs. It is good to start all the treatments when your Pomeranian is still a puppy so it can get used to it easily.

    As mentioned before, Pomeranians should be brushed regularly because of their thick double coat. Taking care for both, undercoat and the top coat, is crucial for the wellbeing of your furry friend. The best way to maintain your dog’s fur in good conditions is to give him a brush out at least 3 times a week. That will help to prevent matting in the thick coat. Providing your friend with a specially formulated dog shampoo could also help, and weekly bath is recommended.

    Clipping nails is also a must and should be done regularly. However, if you are not feeling comfortable doing so, you should contact a professional groomer (at least in the beginning).

    Pomeranians are a very friendly and lively breed. They are intelligent and can be easily trained. Pomeranians’ owners should provide their dogs with daily dosis of physical activity – take them for a walk, play in the garden or indoor and teach them few tricks.

    A well-balanced diet is also recommended. The best way is to ask your vet for recommendations. As Pomeranians have a tendency to loose their tooth, choosing a dry food is usually better.



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