Pomeranian puppies can be a sweet and delightful addition to your household. Before you answer that newspaper ad or head down to your pet shop, you should first get a little background on these tiny dogs that includes how to pick them out and what to expect. Descended from the German Spitz dog from the European region, this particular breed is fairly young. While they are a well tempered breed in nature, you will want to consider how they would fit into your current and future lifestyle before adding one to your family.
Pomeranian puppies are small, but generally adult sized Pomeranians are not much larger. They are an active breed that is evenly tempered, even if they do sometimes suffer from what is popularly known as Small Dog Syndrome. Small Dog Syndrome is not a disease, but a negative personality trait that is developed when they are not properly trained by their owners. Uncharacteristic traits like being overly dominant and possessive area direct result of letting this little dog run the show. While Pomeranians are very good dogs for adults, they may be more inclined to act aggressively towards children. Please take care to employ the use of a qualified dog trainer before bringing this breed into any home that is occupied by children, especially if they are already afflicted by Small Dog Syndrome.
Pomeranian puppies should be chosen because of their desirable appearance as well as their origin. Like all dogs, purchasing a dog without the proper paperwork which proves that they are a pure breed can cost you money. If you had planned on competing with the Pomeranian or breeding it, this paperwork will be necessary. Being certain of the dog’s ancestry will also be important for medical reasons. Pomeranians come in a very wide variety of colors and patterns. Some are more highly desired than others, however a different or unique pattern should not make you question the dog’s origins. Breeders are constantly producing new varieties of this particular dog breed.
After you purchase your Pomeranian puppies, if you keep them well maintained and loved, you should expect to keep them for many years. The average life expectancy for a Pomeranian is over 15 years. Take extreme care with newborn puppies as they are very susceptible to injuries. After the dog is fully grown, they will be extremely playful and need exercise on a daily basis. Pomeranians are not known for having many serious health issues. Because they are so small, costs associated with feeding will be minimal. Keep factors such as the grooming of their particularly long coats in mind.
Purchasing Pomeranian puppies can be a great way to bring a little happiness into your home. This breed of dog is easy to maintain, extremely loyal and you have a large variety of them to choose from. If you live with children, please take their sometimes fickle temperament into consideration before bringing one around a child. These are very small dogs, so you won’t need to spend much of feeding them, but grooming their long coats can be a hassle. As long as you weigh all of the pros and cons, you should feel comfortable with your selection.
Source by Christopher Wrighton