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Pomeranian/Pom Puppies For Sale - Pomeranian Breeders In North Carolina
The Pomeranian is a tiny breed that’s hard to miss, whether that’s due to their unmistakable fluffy coat or their talkative personalities. The Pom never meets a stranger, having an extremely friendly and playful disposition. Exercise and playtime is a must for this spunky breed, making them great for a family with a yard or owners who are interested in taking them for daily walks. This breed’s fur requires daily brushing, and will reach around 5-9 pounds and 8-11 inches tall when matured. Despite their sprightly attitude, Poms are eager for affection from their owners. Well exercised, the Pomeranian will transform into a cuddly lap dog.
We understand that adopting a puppy is a huge responsibility, so don’t be afraid to give us a call! We are more than happy to answer any questions you have before and after you adopt your little Pomeranian puppy. We still hear from families that adopted puppies from us months ago! Unlike some Pomeranian breeders, we want to form a community of Pom lovers that gives our puppies the love and attention they deserve. Our outreach grows each year; you can adopt our Pure Bred Pomeranians.
HISTORY OF THE POMERANIAN
The Pomeranian is the smallest member of the Spitz family of dogs, which includes the Samoyed, Alaskan Malamute, and Norwegian Elkhound, among others. Poms take their name from the province of Pomerania, in Germany. They became especially popular when Queen Victoria allowed some of her Pomeranians to be shown in a conformation show, the first Pomeranians ever to be shown. Cute, feisty and furry, Poms are intelligent and loyal to their families. Don't let their cuteness fool you, however. These independent, bold dogs have minds of their own. They are alert and curious about the world around them. Unfortunately, in their minds, they are much larger than they really are, which can sometimes lead them to harass and even attack much larger dogs. Luckily, if they are properly socialized with other dogs and animals, they generally get along quite well with them!
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POMERANIAN
The average Pomeranian stands 7 to 12 inches high at the shoulders and weighs between 5 and 9 pounds. Their fluffy double coat needs to be brushed daily to prevent tangles and help to control their more than average shedding. Pomeranians are small, fluffy dogs with wedge-shaped heads and small ears. The shape of their head and muzzle, along with their ever-alert expression all contributes to the Pom's fox-like appearance. The skull is slightly rounded, the eyes are almond-shaped, dark in color, but bright. The eye rims and nose are either dark or match the coat color (called self-colored). The erect ears sit high atop the head. The coat is long, thick and coarse to the touch, with a ruff round the neck and chest. The tail is one of the most distinctive characteristics of the Pomeranian, as it is robustly feathered and fans forward over the back. Any solid color is allowed, but the most common are red, orange, white or cream, blue, brown or black. Sometimes the coat is brindle, parti-colored, or tan pointed. Pomeranians are moderate shedders. Males shed their entire undercoat once per year and unspayed females shed their undercoats when they are in season, after delivering a litter and when under stress.
TEMPERAMENT OF THE POMERANIAN
Pomeranians weigh about 4-9 pounds but they have the personalities of something a lot larger. They are curious dogs, alert and interested in everything that is going on around them. Often, their favorite spot at home is perched on a windowsill where they can take in as much neighborhood action as they can, barking often to let you know that someone is walking by. They love to be the center of attention, and have been known to behave mischievously in order to garner the attention they crave. Poms are very well suited for active seniors who can devote all of their time and energy to their dog. Many of our customers come from North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, West Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Maryland, Delaware, Washington DC