Thursday, April 28, 2016
Pomeranians are named for the Pomeranian region of Central Europe that is classified as a toy dog because of its small size. The Pomeranian is thought to be a descendant of spitz type dogs, specifically the German Spitz. Pomeranians are very lively, dogs loyal to their family. Their liveliness and spirit make them liked by people who don't really like dogs normally. They do well with other dogs and people as long as they are introduced properly. Pomeranians are prone to dislocated knee caps, heart problems, eye infections, tooth decay and early hearing loss. An average pomeranian lives up to 15 years. They come in a variety of colors. They are usually black, white, grey, brown, tan, or orange. They are required to be groomed up to every 6 weeks due to their long fur that gets knotted easily.