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Pomeranian puppy for sale
Lily – POMERANIAN puppy
Age: 10 Weeks
Current Weight: 1.5lbs
Shots: Up to date
Mommy: 4lbs, Daddy: 3lbs
Vaccination records are available and will be provided upon pickup/delivery.
Blue Rise Pomeranian reserves the right to change our pricing, at any time, without further notice. However, we guarantee your puppy’s original adoption price if you have reserved your new puppy but have not yet paid in full.
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The Pomeranian is a very recognizable pup. They have been described as quite fox-like in their appearance — they have dark eyes and small, erect ears. Their tail is high and they have a sturdy build. Their fur forms a ruff around their neck which can make them look a bit like a lion, too!
A Pomeranian usually weighs between 3-7lbs in weight and stands between 6-7inches tall. Their fur is thick, however, so it can make them look bigger.
The Pomeranian breed was named after Pomerania, an area in Northeastern Europe that is now part of Poland and Western Germany, where the breed originated from. The Pomeranian was bred from its Spitz breed ancestors, including the Norwegian Elkhound, the Schipperke, the German Spitz, the American Eskimo Dog, and the Samoyed. Early Pomeranians were as big as 30 lbs and were even used as sled dogs.
Later on, Queen Victoria was a huge fan of the Pomeranian and it is thought she is the reason they are the Toy breed they are now. She may have reduced the size of the breed through her own breeding during her reign. Shortly after, these dogs began to be entered in dog shows where their popularity rocketed. It is thought that this breed was first seen in America in the late 1800s.
The Pomeranian has a thick coat with straight furs that make them look very fluffy. In reality, these furs are quite hard to touch.
The coat is a double coat with a thick, long outer coat and a soft undercoat. They do not shed very much, but you may still want to invest in a good vacuum cleaner for when they do. They are not considered hypoallergenic so are not the pet for those with allergies. We will go into more detail about grooming later on.
The Pomeranian can have twelve different coat colors! Often, the color of your Pomeranian’s coat will also play a factor in how much they cost as a puppy.
The most common coat color for the Pomeranian is a light to deep orange, however, they can also be black, white, tan, black and tan, sable, merle, blue, parti, red, brown, or tri-colored. The Black Pomeranian is quite rare.
Pomeranians are often known for mimicking the temperaments of their owners. If you are confident and outgoing, your Pomeranian will be too, but your Pomeranian might be a gentler dog if you are more relaxed and quiet. Whatever temperament they take, these dogs love their owners and want to be by your side (or in your lap!) all the time!
Generally, Pomeranians are very out-going dogs that want to meet lots of new people. They often think they are larger than they really are, which can sometimes get them into trouble when meeting with other big dogs. They can be very bossy and try to assert their dominance over both you and other pups, although this can be trained out of them.
These little dogs certainly feel it is their duty to protect you and will have no problem becoming vocal when they feel something is out of place. This is something to keep in mind, especially if you live in an apartment and have neighbors close by. You will need to ensure you socialize them properly with strangers unless you want them to be an aggressive guard dog or watchdog!
The Pomeranian has a relatively long life expectancy and can live, on average, between 12 and 16 years.
The apartment is fine because of its small size
Very active indoors.
Daily light exercise.
Regular brushing and combing because of non-shedding coat
Periodic professional grooming is recommended.