Brush Pomimo’s fur thoroughly twice or three times a week to prevent matting and reduce the amount of dead fur left on furniture and clothing. Depending on how dirty your Pommo is, you can only wash it six or seven times a year. Check his ears weekly for signs of infection. Brush your teeth 3-4 times a week and trim your toenails once a month.
Both of POMIMO’s parents have thick, long coats. This means it is not recommended for anyone who may have a dog allergy because it is not hypoallergenic. These dogs will drop a lot of things around your house, so be sure to know this before you buy a dog. They really need a lot of grooming to keep them off. Pomimo need to be properly combed; just as in humans, the timing of grooming affects how much they shed. You have to give Pomimo a bath at least once a week to make sure his eyes are healthy. Brush Pomimo thick coat, because POMIMO will fall off, brush POMIMO hair will reduce fall off. On the whole, it is not widespread, it is relatively moderate.
It’s important to know how much food you need to feed your POMIMO every day. All Dog breeds are different, and each breed needs its own amount of food. Pommo only needs one cup of food a day. This would need to be broken down into smaller meals, at least two a day, but three would be better. You must buy high quality dog food to provide your pet dog with all the nutrients needed for a balanced diet. The food costs about half a dollar to a dollar a day. If your POMIMO likes wet food, you can give Pomimo a balanced mix of wet and dry.
These pomimo puppies are full of energy and need constant outdoor activity to burn. Pomimo will enjoy walking on the hills or on the beach, and playing games in a fenced yard. Pomimo will enjoy ball games, chasing Frisbees or playing with children. If POMIMO doesn’t get enough exercise, Pomimo can become very disruptive and thus fit for an active family. POMIMO will run well in an apartment or a house with a garden. This breed is not resistant to high temperatures, so be careful not to exercise it in very hot weather.
Pomimo don’t like to be left alone for too long, and if ignored, they tend to bark. They also get along well with other dogs, especially when they are socialized as puppies. Pomimo is quite territorial and will bark at strangers, so is a good watchdog. But once introduced, Pomimo is very friendly and everyone will like to have as much attention as possible.