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    Pomeranian Puppies For Sale

    Articledog breed guidesSaturday 18 May 2013
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    Browsing the internet for Pomeranian puppies for sale? You can learn all the essential information you need to know about the characteristics of the breed and useful training techniques by reading the guide below.

    Read on to learn more about the joy of owning a Pomeranian puppy. 

    The Pomeranian dog is a member of the Spitz family, and originates from the Pomerania region of Central Europe. This breed is renowned for its abundant coat, and is often given the affectionate nickname of ‘Poms’ and ‘Pom Poms’ by their owners.

    Because of their small size, Pomeranian dogs are classed as a ‘toy’ breed, and many owners will begin their hunt for dogs in this breed by searching for "Teacup Pomeranian puppies for sale".

    This breed of dog rapidly gained in popularity in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, especially in royal circles – Queen Victoria owned a dog from this particular breed. Pomeranian puppies on the market have also attracted a surge in interest in recent years, and the dog is amongst the top 15 most popular breeds in the United States.

    In terms of training a Pomeranian puppy, your techniques should be firm but fair. These dogs require a high level of obedience training during the first few months. Also, they can bark defensively against potential threats – so it may be worth referring to our guide on ‘How to Train a Dog to Stop Barking’ if you’re thinking of buying.

    Pomeranians weigh around 2-3kg and will, at best, stand 11 inches tall. Breeding techniques throughout the 20th century now mean Pomeranian puppies can be found in a wide variety of colours, including black, brown, red, cream, spotted and sable, so if you’re browsing Pomeranian puppies for sale, it’s worth keeping an open mind.

    The life expectancy of a Pomeranian dog is around 12-16 years, although this breed can be susceptible to some health problems including deafness, tracheal collapse and luxating palletas, although thankfully most dogs can expect to enjoy a long, healthy life provide you carry out effective grooming and feeding.

    Pomeranian puppies are very friendly, lively dogs and are perfect companions and family pets. However, any owner needs to be careful about separation anxiety occurring – it’s fairly common amongst this breed. The dogs are also highly intelligent, and will pick up training techniques quickly.



     

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