Pomeranian Dogs - One Of The Most Popular Lap Dogs
Pomeranian dogs originally originate from Pomerania and the ancestors of those tiny dogs that we see today weighed up to 30 pounds! Queen Victoria was a fancier of this procreate which made these dogs very popular in England during the recent 1800's.
The Pomeranian was established in 1888 and was classified in 1900. The standard is digit to 12 inches tall and 3 - 7 pounds in metric. The Pomeranians life lasts typically 15 years if they are cured cared for.
The Pomeranian is a feathery dog with pyramidal ears and an edge head. They have a almond shaped eye which gives them a quick visage and their noses are either gloomy or the timber of their coats and their set should play in a scissors grip. Most Pomeranians are one coloured, but bicolour is also allowed in the mate. Allowed colours are black, brownish, blue, cream, white, orange and red.
These dogs are loyal and also impatient to inform. When trained with a gentle but steadfastly paw, Pomeranians are quick to see and conformable pets.
The Pomeranian is a great show dog and companion. This of the most independent of the Toy breeds and has an alert and curious personality. They are perfect for apartments since they do not need a yard.
Suchlike many other pure bred dogs, Poms may have health problems and some may be prone to slipped stifle, dislocated patella (knee cap), heart and skin problems as well as eye infections. It is possible for them to lose their teeth at an early age so be sure to provide them with good dental cleanings.
The coat should be often brushed and you should start at from head parting the coat and brushing it forward as you go. The fluffy, cottony undercoat of the Pom should be shed once or twice a year. It is important that the eyes and ears of the Poms are cleaned on a regular basis.