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Pomeranian:Dog Breed Profile

Pomeranian, the scientific name of the Hadoli Pomeranian (commonly known as the English Pomeranian), is native to Germany and is a kind of German Fox Terrier. It is a compact, short-backed playing dog, small and cute, innocent, lively, and loyal. For the owner, suitable as a family companion dog. It is a very playful small dog, and at the same time it is very sincere and gentle. The Pomeranian was born as a shepherd, smart, and ranked 5th in the intelligence ranking of small dogs, so it is very easy to domesticate.

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  • About Pomeranian Breed

    Pomeranian's gait is proud, solemn, and lively. Have a positive temperament and behavior. Hiromi's hair is a lot like a small hairball, a little like to call it. It has a soft, thick undercoat and thick coat. The base of the tail is very high, and the tail with thick fur is curled on the back. Vigilant, curious, and clever by nature, his brisk demeanor and its small size are very attractive. The origin of the name of the Pomeranian is related to Pomeranian, but its origin is not really traced back. It may only be reproduced there and become smaller. In fact, the dog first caught people’s attention in the UK in the mid-19th century, when some dogs were said to weigh 13.6kg, and its body shape, coat, and coat color were very similar to those of German sharp-billed wolfhounds. The Pomeranian was officially recognized by the English Club in 1870, and only since then more and more people have known the dog.

Pomeranian Breed Daily Care

Pomeranians are more lively and like to play around, and their hair often gets knotted. Therefore, it is best for the owner to prepare a special comb for the dog at home and set aside 10 minutes every night for Hiromi to comb her hair in one direction. Pomeranian hair grows faster, especially on the face. Therefore, in order to maintain its beauty, the owner needs to trim regularly, and the head and limbs should be trimmed shorter. If the owner's skills are not good, you can choose to go to a pet shop to make a look.

Four ways to feed Pomeranian easily: 1. Ensure that the Pomeranian is supplied with clean and sufficient drinking water. Put clean drinking water in a special pet drinking bottle to allow the Pomeranian to drink freely. This not only ensures clean drinking water but also protects the gorgeous long hair of Pomeranian. 2. When female dogs give birth, they will lose water and blood due to gasping, salivation and bleeding, leading to weakness and dry mouth. You can add warm salt water, brown sugar water, dilute milk, and broth to them in time, remember to be sure Don't give them cold water. As for food, it is not necessary for the time being, because the mother dog has eaten the placenta and will not feel hungry. 3. Choose dog food suitable for Pomeranian to feed. 4. To make feed, animal foods include pork, beef, chicken breast, eggs, milk, and lean meat with less fat but high protein. Chicken liver is the dog's favorite food. It is rich in iron, but the amount given should not be too much or too little. Plant-based foods, such as noodles and rice, are rich in vitamins, while vegetables such as carrots, white radishes, and cabbage should be chopped and cooked before feeding. Calcium is very important for female dogs and puppies and should be supplemented in time.

Little Pomeranianis just like a person, and its nails will also be long. For people, long nails must have some uncomfortable feelings. I believe that Xiao Bomei will be like this. Therefore, it is necessary to trim her nails regularly. Another reason is that if Xiao Bomei has long nails, it will also hurt herself and affect her gait. However, when cutting his nails, he must use his special nail scissors and be careful not to cut too short, which will cut the skin of Xiao Pomeran and make it bleed. Every time I trim the nails of my Pomeranian dog, he is not honest at all, and every time he has to hold him firmly in his arms, so that he can cooperate slightly.

When we train the Pomeranian, we must choose a clean environment and a flat ground to make the Pomeranian conditioned to the "rely" command and gesture. When you start training a Pomeranian, take the Pomeranian for a short walk, let the Pomeranian eliminate urine and feces and familiarize yourself with the environment. Then, holding the leash with his left hand (20-30 cm from the collar), he immediately called the name of the Pomeranian to attract his attention, and issued the command "Lean", while the Pomeranian trainer's left leg stepped forward. Pull the traction belt forward and move the Pomeranian with a brisk pace or in a big circle. The travel distance for each training is generally no less than 100-150 meters. When the accompanying training is stopped, the "sit" command should be issued, and the accompanying training should be finished by sitting on the left side.

As the Pomeranian grows up, after the dog reaches adulthood, the owner should first develop a reasonable feeding plan. For example, regular and quantitative feeding every day, regular grooming, bathing, and so on for Pomeranian. In daily life, parents should first prepare nutritious and fresh food for their dogs. For example, professional pet dog food, prepare fresh and cooked beef, chicken breast, or pork with low fat content. In addition, with some noodles, rice, and other vegetarian food, prepare some vegetables, pineapple, cabbage, and other food. Feed the Pomeranian regularly. In addition to preparing sufficient and nutritious food for the Pomeranian, the owner should also prepare fresh drinking water for it. Prepare a drinking vessel for the Pomeranian and let it drink by itself every day. At the same time, the drinking water basin needs to be cleaned and disinfected in time, and the drinking water needs to be fresh and healthy.

Pomeranian Breed History

The Pomeranian originated in the 19th century and belongs to the sled dog breed. The ancestor is a sled dog of the Arctic. It is a degenerated breed of a sled dog. It is closely related to the Dutch Keeshond and the Norwegian Mi Ti. According to the earliest historical records of this dog breed, it came from the Pomeranian region at the border of Poland and Germany. In that era, these dogs were used by locals to guard the sheep. It was not spread to European countries, including Italy, in 1750. The early Pomeranians were larger than they are now, and most of them were white. Since the 19th century, after continuous selection and breeding, small dogs with fluffy and soft coats and bright colors have been formed. Now Bomei has become more and more diversified. Of course, the white Pomeranian is obviously more pure and more popular and loved by everyone.

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