Pomeranian – A Lively and Intelligent Small Breed Dog
Sometimes we feel we are familiar with some breeds of dogs but we don’t know the name of the dogs. Pomeranian would be such common breed. Pomeranians are pretty small breed dogs. Their furry appearances make them look cute and pretty. Every time I saw those “furry balls”, I couldn’t help touching them.
Although you might be a Pomeranian lover as well, you may not know the basic information of Pomeranians. If you want to adopt such a cute and pretty dog, you really should know the following facts about this breed.
Pomeranians are also called smiling dogs because they always have smile for their owners. This breed has become one of the most popular pet since Queen Victoria made Pomeranian as her pet in 1880s. Pomeranian was registered as a member of American Kennel Club and was classified into the toy group in 1982.
Pomeranians are smart, sturdy and healthy dogs. Their faces are wedge-shaped and their eyes are dark almond shaped. Pomeranian has dark nose, large rough of the neck and chest and long bush tail. Nowadays, Pomeranians come in various colors, such as black, white, orange, brown, red, cream and combinations of those colors. They have double coat, which includes long and thick outer coat and the short and wooly undercoat.
Pomeranian likes to get attached to its owner. It is interesting that when a Pomeranian is in a large family, it will only follow and be close to one of the members. As a dog lover, I think it is an honor to be this lucky person. So when you are the only person who is cute Pomeranian’s favorite owner in your family, you should cherish the love because Pomeranian will be your loyal companion.
Hypoglycemia is a fatal disease for young Pomeranian. Before you adopt a Pomeranian puppy, you should check out useful information of Pomeranians. I will write more information about this breed.
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