[VIDEO] This Pomeranian Puppy Is All Fluff

video Pomeranian puppy all fluff

This Pomeranian puppy in this video is pure fluff.  It’s one of the loveliest sights.

But Poms weren’t always this small.  The original Pomeranians weigh 20 to 30 pounds, according to Vetstreet.  Today, these “fluffballs” are popular because of their tiny size AND their huge personality.

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They seem to know that they are the cutest people in the world, and they show it.  They might be small, but they are as courageous as any big dog.  Even if they enjoy lying on your lap from time to time, they are much too curious to stay there.  They want to use their own 4 legs to explore, their world, even if it’s in your living room.

Characteristics of Pomeranians

Because a Pomeranian stays busy indoor, that might take care of his exercise needs.  However, you would make him so happy if you take him on a long walk, so he can play with other small dogs and chase after leaves (just the right size for them to chase after.)   Pomeranians are quite athletic.  They would enjoy dog sports like agility, obedience, tracking, freestyle, and rally.

Pomeranians and grooming

Pomeranians have a double coat.  It’s not hard to care for, but you do have to brush it regularly. You’ll be proud to show him off in public.  And you are going to attract attention when you have a Pomeranian.  He’s glamorous, he’s lively, and he is an extrovert.  They are confident, have a take charge attitude, and not afraid of strangers or other animals.

Pomeranians and barking

If you live in an apartment with noise restrictions, you might want to reconsider this breed because Pomeranians do bark.  They have a great reputation for being a watch dog.  He considers himself as the guardian of his family and home.  Start training him early to stop barking when you ask him to.  Overall, he is a calm person and is easy to live with.  You can read more about the Pomeranians here.

Article source:  Vetstreet


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