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Pomeranian

See that cute and adorable? It's a Pomeranian dog! Pomeranian dog breed puppies are the sweetest thing in the world.

Basic data


Weight: Between 1 and 3 kilos.

Height: Between 15 and 35 centimeters.

Coat: Their hair is long and silky although many owners cut it short as this type of hairstyle gives it a very unique appearance.

Physical characteristics: The Pomeranian dog breed is a small or toy breed. It is a square and proportionate dog and its head is similar to that of a little fox. Its snout is small and pointed, although in some Pomeranian dogs it is flatter.


The origins of the Pomeranian dog breed


The Pomeranian breed originates from the former Pomeranian duchy that was located between Poland and Germany and was very popular in Russia and Siberia where the Pomeranian dog was used as a sled dog. Do you know how much the ancient Pomeranian dogs weighed? Up to 23 kilos! It was in Ancient Greece when the Pomeranian dog breed became very popular among upper-class ladies, who selected the smallest dogs of the breed for breeding. That's why the Pomeranian dog has shrunk so much.

Today's Pomeranian is much more docile and affectionate. In addition, the Pomeranian dog breed is very playful and loves walks and attention, he is cuddly!


The health of the Pomeranian dog breed


The Pomeranian dog can live up to 15 years if it is cared for properly and does not need too much attention. Of course, you must clean the eyes of Pomeranian dogs carefully, so it doesn't hurt to learn how to clean their eyes.





Did You Know?

1. Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel with his pet “A Pomeranian”


2. Two of the three dogs that survived the sinking of the Titanic were Pomeranians.


3. The first club dedicated to the breed dates back to 1891, in England. There it was very popular during the 18th and 19th centuries, positioning itself as one of the favorite pets among aristocracy and royalty.


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