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  Pomeranian Dogs
The Pomeranian is a dog breed in the spitz family, classed as a "toy" breed because of their small size.
Pomeranians are very small dogs, weighing from 3 to 7 lb (1.4 to 3.2 kg) according to AKC standards.
Pomeranians have two coats, an undercoat and a top coat; the first is soft, thick, and fluffy; the top coat is a long, straight and glistening coat covering the whole body.
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 American Kennel Club - Pomeranian
The average weight of the Pomeranian is from 3 to 7 pounds, with the ideal weight for the show specimen being 4 to 6 pounds.
The Pomeranian is an extrovert, exhibiting great intelligence and a vivacious spirit, making him a great companion dog as well as a competitive show dog.
Even though a Toy dog, the Pomeranian must be subject to the same requirements of soundness and structure prescribed for all breeds, and any deviation from the ideal described in the standard should be penalized to the extent of the deviation.
www.akc.org /breeds/recbreeds/pomer.cfm   (0 words)

  
  Pomeranian - MSN Encarta
Pomeranian, breed of toy dog that is believed to have originated in Pomerania, Germany, from a type of large white spitz dog that itself is descended from the sledge dogs of Iceland and Saamiland.
The Pomeranian has a foxlike head; medium-sized, slightly oblique dark eyes; small ears that are carried erect; and a short neck with a profuse mane.
The Pomeranian is noted for its docility, vivacity, and alertness; it is valued as a pet and as a show dog, and makes a good watchdog.
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 Dog and Kennel Magazine Pomeranian Breed Profile
The Pomeranian's impressive tale begins many centuries ago in northern Europe when the wolf from which all dogs are thought to have descended was undergoing great anatomical change.
Pomeranians are also inclined to maintain that legendary puppyhood effervescence until the day they travel on to whatever comes next for a well-loved dog.
Several historical figures are said to have owned "Pomeranians," although the breed did not come to be known by this name until Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III of England, had imported two zwergspitz, as the breed is known in her native Germany, in 1767.
www.petpublishing.com /dogken/breeds/pomeran.shtml   (1584 words)

  
 Pomeranian - Doggiewoggie - All About Dogs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Pomeranian is a breed of dog in the spitz family, named for the Pomerania region of Poland and East Germany, and classed as a toy dog breed because of its small size.
The Pomeranian easily adapts to life in the city, and is an excellent dog for country living with its strong hunting instincts from its wild ancestors.
Pomeranians are known to have a higher likelihood of suffering from seizures either from idiopathic epilepsy or hypoglycemia
doggiewoggie.com /dog-breeds/pomeranian   (689 words)

  
 Pomeranians: What's Good About 'Em? What's Bad About 'Em?
Pomeranians are a dime a dozen, and most of them are bred and offered for sale by people who don't have the slightest idea of how to breed good-tempered dogs.
Pomeranians must always be kept indoors, in a safely fenced yard, or on-leash -- they are just too easy to injure when not under your complete control.
Pomeranians should not be loosed in the house for many months, until their small internal organs become strong enough for reliable control.
www.yourpurebredpuppy.com /reviews/pomeranians.html   (1005 words)

  
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Dogs in other groups had specific working roles and played a major part in providing food for the table and therefore justified the cost of their upkeep and care - these were the dogs which were commonly owned by the lower classes.
The Pomeranian is a magnficent family pet, he is hearty and strong despite his fragile appearance.
The Pomeranian's coat gives the appearance of being difficult to care for, but it is actually quite easy, a regular brushing will keep the coat in good condition..
www.lycos.com /info/pomeranian--dogs.html?page=2   (516 words)

  
 Pomeranian Information and Pictures, Pomeranians, Pom, Poms
The Pomeranian is a tiny, fluffy dog with a wedge-shaped head and pointed erect ears.
Since Pomeranians are prone to early tooth loss, feeding dry food is recommended to keep the teeth and gums in good condition.
Developed in the Prussian region of Pomerania, the Pomeranian was originally descended from the ancient Spitz breeds of the far north which were brought to Europe and employed to herd sheep.
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 Pomeranian dog breeds
The Pomeranian is a breed of dog in the spitz family, named for the Pomerania region of Poland and eastern Germany, and classed as a toy dog breed because of its small size.
Pomeranians can be trained to be good watchdogs by announcing intruders with loud, sharp barks or yips.
The Pomeranian easily adapts to life in the city, and is an excellent dog for country living with its strong hunting instincts from its wild ancestors.
www.dogster.com /breeds/pomeranian   (283 words)

  
 Pomeranian dog breed and breeder information profile - Pets.ca
The Pomeranian is an extrovert, exhibiting great intelligence and a vivacious spirit, making him a great companion dog as well as a competitive show dog.
The diminutive Pomeranian is the smallest of the Spitz-type breeds.
The Pomeranian was originally a much larger breed and was used as a herder.
www.pets.ca /breedprofiles/a/pomeranian/p9.htm   (451 words)

  
 Pomeranian puppies, Pomeranian puppy
The Pomeranian puppy is an extrovert, exhibiting great intelligence and a vivacious spirit, making him a great companion dog as well as a competitive show dog.
Pomeranian 4 CODY (w-5701) (103-003-566) $1,250.00 male - born 11/27/06 - This is a healthy and loving little guy.
Pomeranian 15 FANNY (w-5606) (097-287-012) $1,800.00 female tiny tiny toy - born 11/6/06 - This is a little darling.
www.wizardofclaws.com /pomeranian.htm   (1299 words)

  
 Pomeranian Pictures, Photos, Information and Free eCards
The Pomeranian is one of they toy breeds and weighs between 3 and 7 pounds (there are larger poms, and although not to the breed standard, they still make wonderful loving pets!).
Brushing your Pomeranian every day is a good way to bond with your pet as well as insure his coat is healthy and looks good.
The stance of the Pomeranian is a proud one with the head carried high.
www.dogbreedz.com /breeds/pomeranian.cfm   (1502 words)

  
 Pomeranians| Pomeranian dog
Pomeranian puppies are hard to resist and rank 10 out of 10 on the cuteness scale.
Pomeranians don’t do well with small children or toddlers as they are just too small and can be candidates for accidental injury.
Because Pomeranians are expensive, there are a number of unscrupulous breeders selling puppies that are too big for the standard or ones that have a number of genetic problems.
www.dog-breed-facts.com /Breeds/pomeranian.html   (1360 words)

  
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Developed in the Prussian region of Pomerania, the Pomeranian was originally descended from the ancient Spitz breeds of the far north which were brought to Europe and employed to herd sheep.
Toy Pomeranians were popularized in England by Queen Victoria, who brought one of these dogs back with her from a visit in Florence, Italy.
Pomeranians are intelligent, alert, docile, vivacious, active, sturdy and courageous.
www.lycos.com /info/pomeranian.html   (608 words)

  
 Pomeranian - Dogs & Dog Rescue
Pomeranians were acknowledged as a separate breed by the AKC in 1900.
Pomeranians are most recognizable for their diminutive size and round, pansy-shaped faces that showcase large expressive eyes.
Pomeranians can be testy and nippy around too much activity, and thus, are not suitable for households with small children or other high-stung pets.
www.wikifido.com /page/Pomeranian   (682 words)

  
 Pomeranian - Canada's Guide to Dogs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Pomeranian is the smallest member of the Spitz family of northern breeds and is a descendent of sled dogs from Iceland and Lapland.
The Pomeranian is known to be a very healthy, hardy and long-lived breed.
Pomeranian Club of Canada Breed Education — Several articles are available here covering a variety of topics, from grooming to training to health issues and more.
www.canadasguidetodogs.com /pomeranian.htm   (846 words)

  
 Pomeranian dogs
Originally Pomeranians were large-size dogs, but as they changing their walk to notables' pets, the gradual down sizing breeding was started.
Pomeranians go in a number of colors, most are red, white, orange, cream, brown, fl, blue, some are pattern colored.
Pomeranians are prone to tooth disease so dental checkup and care are essential.
zooclub.biz /Pomeranian   (388 words)

  
 Pomeranians - Choosing a Pomeranian - Dog Breeds
The Pomeranian is thought to have descended from the sled dogs of Iceland and Lapland.
The Pomeranian is available in a variety of solid colors as well as brindle and combinations of colors.
The Pomeranian is also prone to difficulty delivering puppies and chronic eye discharge.
www.petplace.com /dogs/choosing-a-pomeranian/page1.aspx   (937 words)

  
 Pomeranian puppies for sale, small dog breed picture, rescue, breeders information
Pomeranian information, see a Pomeranian picture, learn about his small dog breed, find an available Pomeranian puppy for sale, or an adult Pomeranian for sale.
Pomeranian dogs are shown in a wide variety of colors from red, orange, cream, sable, fl, brown, and blue.
The Pomeranian dog, or Pom dog exhibits great intelligence with his fox-like expression, and is lively, outgoing and alert, even cocky in character and conduct.
www.dogbiz.com /dogs-grp5/pomeranian/pom.htm   (513 words)

  
 Pomeranian Puppy - Pomeranian Dog Breed Information
Character: The Pomeranian is a compact, active toy breed.
Due to the Pomeranians small stature they are not recommended for homes with small children as they may become temperamental.
Ownership: If you are looking for Pomeranian puppies for sale from reputable Pomeranian breeders or to adopt a Pomeranian from a Pomeranian rescue then make sure you understand as much about the dog breeds you are interested in as you can.
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 Pomeranian Christmas Traditions
The people from northern Germany (Pomeranians) were known to be "sober and solemn," while Germans from the south (Bavarians) were typically more relaxed and celebratory, Kraft said.
But part of the Pomeranian culture was temporarily lost during World War II, when animosity toward Germans kept the culture in the closet for fear of persecution, Kraft said.
Now, she incorporates Pomeranian Christmas traditions into her family's celebration, including herring and special klotternusse cookies, which are rolled out ropes of dough cut into shapes resembling loaves of bread.
www.bogenschneider.org /pomeranian_christmas_traditions.htm   (1593 words)

  
 Pomeranian#
The preferred shape of the Pomeranian body coat should be round, and resemble a ball shape, however this is better achieved with knowledgeable trimming from a breeder.
The Pomeranian should always be stroked in the opposite direction, so as not to flatten his coat.
In general the Pomeranian is a healthy little dog, and many live to an astonishing old age.
www.pedigreedogs.co.uk /breeds/pomeranian.htm   (616 words)

  
 Pomeranian. HealthGene - Coat Color Test; DNA Parentage
The Pomeranian is the smallest member of that family of northern breeds.
The Pomeranian exhibits intelligence and a vivacious spirit.
The Pomeranian is an ideal house pet for adults who spend a lot of time indoors.
www.healthgene.com /canine/pomeranian.asp   (194 words)

  
 CNN.com - Small dog kills 6-week-old girl in California - October 9, 2000
The relative, who was caring for the infant girl, found her head buried in the dog's mouth Saturday night, sheriff's Deputy Cruz Solis said.
The baby's name was withheld because her parents were out of the country and had not been notified, Solis said.
Pomeranians are a breed of miniature canines that have a foxlike face, pointy ears and long, fluffy hair.
archives.cnn.com /2000/US/10/09/pomeranian.kills.ap   (263 words)

  
 Pomeranian Puppies For Sale
You may find Pomeranian puppies for sale and Pomeranian dogs for sale from quality dog breeders.
If you are a Pomeranian breeder you may place your Pomeranian puppies for sale to find quality loving homes for your puppies.
If you are looking for a Pomeranian puppy for sale and do not see one listed here then place a Pomeranian puppy wanted ad.
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 Pomeranian at Doxette - The Right Dog Antiques and Collectibles
Pomeranian Dog Coloring Book Page Pomeranian with Chihuahua dog on one side and other breeds on the other side (first order takes it) it is ready for coloring and framing.
Pomeranian Dog Stamp Page This is for a page taken from a book on dogs (no....I was not the one who did it) and on one side is the Pekingese and Pomeranian and on the other side is the Boxer dog.This would be very cute framed.
Pomeranian Dog Pattreiouex Senior Service Pomeranian cigarette card issued in 1939 by J. Pattreiouex Ltd. This card was given as a free premium and was inserted into a packet of 20 Senior Service cigarettes.
www.tias.com /6298/InventoryPage/1208893/1.html?pageNo=1;catId=Pomeranian   (1341 words)

  
 Pomeranian
Our Pomeranians have exotic and rare colors, as well as standard colors, and sizes range from 3-10 pounds full grown, with most falling between 4-8 pounds.
We are a small breeder of AKC regestered pomeranians We have 2 to 4 litters a year we are currently working on getting more exotics like the blues, chocolates, and lavendars, right now we get fls, orange, sables, merles, blk/tan, partis, blue sables, cream sables and blk/tan partis (tri colors) and other parti colors
Pomeranian breeder in Idaho hand raising only a couple litters a year in a family setting.
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