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WE RAISE UNIQUE TEDDY BEAR POMERANIANS WITH RARE EXOTIC COLORS AND WONDERFUL PEDIGREES.
THESE LITTLE PUPPY DOLL POMs ARE VERY SMALL AND COBBY WITH SWEET EXPRESSIONS AND LOVING
DISPOSITIONS. ALL TEDDY BEAR POMS ARE AKC OR CKC REGISTERED UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. OUR
TEACUP MICRO POCKET POMERANIANS ARE OFFERED TO APPROVED HOMES ONLY. WE ARE LOCATED IN
HOUSTON TEXAS AND SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE. HAND DELIVERY IS ALSO AVAILABLE.
OUR PUPPIES ARE PRESPOILED AND LOVED FROM THE MINUTE THEY ARE BORN
THEY RECEIVE LOTS OF STRUCTURED PLAYTIME AND GET LOTS OF ONE ON ONE ATTENTION.
WE CATER TO THE SMALLEST OF POOCHES INCLUDING TINY TOYS, TEACUPS, MINITURES AND POCKET
PUPPIES AND OFFER CUSTOM CANINE COUTURE AND TUTUS FOR THESE ITTY BITTY SUPER SMALL PUPPIES.
WE DO NOT REMOVE DEW CLAWS ON POMERANIANS (THIS IS SELECTIVE)
WE LITTER BOX TRAIN OUR PUPPIES.
PUPPIES ARE KEPT IN BABY PLAYPANS
EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO COME TO OUR HOME. WE CAN ALSO MEET YOU AT YOUR NEAREST AIRPORT OR
HAND DELIVER WITHIN A REASONABLE DISTANCE. WE ACCEPT ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS, CASH (AT PICK UP),
MONEY ORDERS AND BANK WIRES AT THIS TIME. WE FLY WITH OUR PUPPIES TO YOU!
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|Information on AKC Pomeranian Puppies
AKC MEET THE BREEDS Pomeranian
The Pomeranian is a cocky, animated companion with an extroverted personality. This compact little dog is an active toy breed with an alert character and
fox-like expression. Today, the Pomeranian is a popular companion dog and competitive show dog. They can come in all colors, patterns, and variations
although orange and red are the most popular.
A Look Back
The breed’s name originally came from the historical region of Pomerania (now present day Germany and Poland). Originally weighing nearly 30 pounds, the
dog served as an able herder of sheep in its larger form. They were not well known until 1870, when the Kennel Club (England) recognized the so-called Spitz
dog. In 1888, Queen Victoria fell in love with a Pomeranian in Florence, Italy, and brought the specimen back to England, influencing its popularity
Right Breed for You?
Pomeranians are very intelligent dogs that love to please. Because of their outgoing temperaments, they can be very good family dogs with the right training.
Due to their small size they don’t require much exercise, but are an energetic breed that needs attention from their people frequently. They possess a thick
double coat, which needs to be brushed on a regular basis.
If you are considering purchasing a Pomeranian puppy, learn more here.
•Toy Group; AKC recognized in 1888.
•Ranging in size from 3 to 7 pounds, with the ideal weight for the show specimen being 4 to 6 pounds.
•Bred down from sled and herding dogs, companion.
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Pomeranian Breed Standard
The Pomeranian is a compact, short-backed, active toy dog. He has a soft, dense undercoat with a profuse harsh-textured outer coat. His heavily plumed tail
is set high and lies flat on his back. He is alert in character, exhibits intelligence in expression, is buoyant in deportment, and is inquisitive by nature. The
Pomeranian is cocky, commanding, and animated as he gaits. He is sound in composition and action.
Size, Proportion, Substance
The average weight of the Pomeranian is from 3 to 7 pounds, with the ideal weight for the show specimen being 4 to 6 pounds. Any dog over or under the
limits is objectionable. However, overall quality is to be favored over size. The distance from the point of shoulder to the point of buttocks is slightly shorter
than from the highest point of the withers to the ground. the distance from the brisket to the ground is half the height at the withers. He is medium-boned,
and the length of his legs is in proportion to a well-balanced frame. When examined, he feels sturdy.
The head is in balance with the body. The muzzle is rather short, straight, fine, free of lippiness and never snipey. His expression is alert and may be referred
to as fox-like. The skull is closed. The top of the skull is slightly rounded, but not domed. When viewed from the front and side, one sees small ears which
are mounted high and carried erect. To form a wedge, visualize a line from the tip of the nose ascending through the center of the eyes and the tip of the
ears. The eyes are dark, bright, medium in size and almond-shaped. They are set well into the skull on either side of a well-pronounced stop. The
pigmentation is black on the nose and eye rims except self-colored in brown, beaver, and blue dogs. The teeth meet in a scissors bite. One tooth out of
alignment is acceptable. Major Faults: Round, domed skull; under-shot mouth; overshot mouth.
Neck, Topline, Body
The neck is short with its base set well into the shoulders to allow the head to be carried high. The back is short with a level topline. The body is compact
and well-ribbed with brisket reaching the elbow. The plumed tail is one of the characteristics of the breed, and lies flat and straight on the back.
The Pomeranian has sufficient layback of shoulders to carry the neck and head proud and high. The shoulders and legs are moderately muscled. The length
of the shoulder blade and upper arm are equal. The forelegs are straight and parallel to each other. Height from elbows to withers approximately equals
height from ground to elbow. The pasterns are straight and strong. The feet are well-arched, compact, and turn neither in nor out. He stands well up on his
toes. Dewclaws may be removed. Major Faults: Down in pasterns.
The angulation of the hindquarters balances that of the forequarters. The buttocks are well behind the set of the tail. The thighs are moderately muscled
with stifles that are moderately bent and clearly defined. The hocks are perpendicular to the ground and the legs are straight and parallel to each other. The
feet are well-arched, compact, and turn neither in nor out. He stands well up on his toes. Dewclaws, if any on the hind legs may be removed. Major Faults:
Cowhocks or lack of soundness in hind legs or stifles.
The Pomeranian's gait is smooth, free, balanced and vigorous. He has good reach in his forequarters and strong drive with his hindquarters. Each rear leg
moves in line with the foreleg on the same side. To achieve balance, his legs converge slightly inward toward a center line beneath his body. The rear and
front legs are thrown neither in nor out. The topline remains level, and his overall balance and outline are maintained.
A Pomeranian is noted for its double coat. The undercoat is soft and dense. The outer-coat is long, straight, glistening and harsh in texture. A thick
undercoat will hold up and permit the guard hair to stand off from the Pomeranian's body. The coat is abundant from the neck and fore part of shoulders and
chest, forming a frill which extends over the shoulders and chest. The head and leg coat is tightly packed and shorter in length than that of the body. The
forequarters are well-feathered and thighs and hind legs well-feathered to the hock. The tail is profusely covered with long, harsh, spreading straight hair.
Trimming for neatness and a clean outline is permissible. Major Faults: Soft, flat or open coat.
All colors, patterns, and variations there-of are allowed and must be judged on an equal basis. Patterns: Black and Tan - tan or rust sharply defined,
appearing above each eye and on muzzle, throat, and forechest, on all legs and feet and below the tail. The richer the tan the more desirable; Brindle - the
base color is gold, red, or orange-brindled with strong black cross stripes; Parti-color - is white with any other color distributed in patches with a white blaze
preferred on the head. Classifications: The Open Classes at specialty shows may be divided by color as follows: Open Red, Orange, Cream, and Sable; Open
Black, Brown, and Blue; Open Any Other Color, Pattern, or Variation.
The Pomeranian is an extrovert, exhibiting great intelligence and a vivacious spirit, making him a great companion dog as well as a competitive show dog.
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|POMERANIAN Dog breed information
Description: The Pomeranian is a small Spitz dog weighing between 3 and 7 pounds, and measuring 7 to 12 at the withers. The Pomeranian has a
long, fluffy coat that can be found in many color varieties such as orange, cream, black, red, spotted, and white. This dog carries its plume-like tail flat
on its back. Pomeranians have a short, pointed muzzle, and small, upright pointed ears. This is a confident and active toy dog. The Pomeranian has a
delicate body structure. The Pomeranian is also known as the Dwarf Spitz, Pom, or Loulou.
History: Ancient Spitz herding dogs led to the toy dog we know today as the Pomeranian. Originally utilized as sled dogs in Lapland, these Spitz dogs
were brought to Pomerania, now part of Poland and Germany, in the 16th century. This early progenitor was considerably larger than today’s dog and
weighed 30 pounds or more. Mozart and Marie Antoinette kept Pomeranians, but it was Queen Victoria of England who was responsibly for breeding
the dogs down to a smaller size. These small Pomeranians became very popular and the breed was officially recognized in 1900.
Temperament: The Pomeranian is a merry and lively dog. It is even-tempered and makes an excellent companion. Pomeranians are very affectionate
and attached to their human family. This is an intelligent, trainable dog that also serves as a good watchdog. They do tend to bark quite a bit, though,
so should be taught to be more restrained from the start. Since the Pomeranian is such a tiny dog, it is not a good choice as a pet for small children.
There is generally no problem with older children or adults.
Health Issues: A major health problem with Pomeranians concerns the breed’s high propensity for tooth decay. This can lead to heart or kidney
ailments. It is best to feed Poms dry dog food and provide chews that help clean the teeth. Although they do not usually suffer from hip dysplasia,
Pomeranians can experience problems with their knee caps, which can shift out of place, causing the affected leg to become stiff. The Pomeranian
can develop eye conditions such as cataracts or entropion. The trachea can sometimes collapse, which is a serious condition. The Pomeranian can
live for 16 years or more.
Grooming: Since the Pomeranian has a very thick double coat and sheds heavily, it is important to brush the dog daily. The fur can easily become
matted otherwise. It is best to use a dry shampoo on the Pomeranian to preserve the dog’s coat oils. The owner should clean the ears and eyes every
day to help prevent infections. While a daily brushing of the teeth can help prevent decay, a veterinarian should clean the teeth on a regular basis.
Living Conditions: The Pomeranian makes an excellent companion for indoor living. The dog will play and exercise itself in an apartment or house, but
the Pom will enjoy and occasional walk or play session outside. While these dogs are not clingy, they definitely enjoy being around their family. They
must be kept inside, and are not suitable for outdoor living.
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