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Frequently Asked Questions
The average height of a Pomeranian is between 6 to 7 inches and the average weight is between 3 to 7 lbs.
Pomeranians who are well socialized may be able to live or play with children, but supervision is recommended. Though they are sturdy little dogs they do not tolerate rough play and may nip if provoked.
The Pomeranian is always on alert. They will notify their owner(s) by barking when someone approaches the home or if something is amiss.
The average life expectancy is between 12 to 16 years.
This breed is prone to heavy shedding because of their double coat. Brushing multiple times per week and regular scheduled trips to the groomer every 4 to 8 weeks is necessary. Shaving is not recommended for the Pomeranian.
No. This breed may not be a good choice for anyone suffers with allergies.
Though not common, Pomeranians that are born larger—closer to the size of their Spitz ancestors— and top 10 lbs. they're considered a “partial throwback”, and at over 14 lbs. they're referred to as a “throwback” Pomeranian.
Pomeranians can be born in twelve different colors, black, brown, chocolate, beaver, red, orange, cream, orange sable, wolf sable, blue, white or particolour.
Though they are full of energy they don’t require a lot of activity in regards to exercise. Short walks with access to romp around outside in a fenced in area and some indoor play with toys is plenty to keep this one busy and healthy.
Pomeranians are members of the toy group and are the smallest of the five sizes of German Spitz.
This breed is bold, curious, playful, self-confident, and attentive. They are always up for an adventure or a stroll around the neighborhood. Though, generally social in nature they tend to be more reserved and shy toward strangers, some can be territorial toward other dogs, and some enjoy hearing themselves bark.
These little ones have a bad reputation when it comes to barking. They don’t generally just sit around and bark for nothing, however, they are always on high alert and let their owners know when something is out of place.
Pomeranian’s were bred in a small region in the northeast called, Pomerania. The region’s name comes from the Slavic po more, or “land by the sea,” referring to its proximity to the Baltic Shore.
The Pomeranian ranks 23 of 195 on the American Kennel Club (AKC) list of popular breeds.
The Pomeranian is classified as a companion dog.
Thank you Premier pups!!! I have been looking for a teacup Pomeranian since November. I looked everywhere, and they were all either 3,000 dollars or a scam. Then my aunt told me she got Her teacup Pomeranian on here and I got her she looks just like she did in the picture. I am so happy with my new teacup Pomeranian puppy. I got her three days ago and she seems to be healthy and happy. She has been jumping around like a rabbit and sleeping alot. She is so cute and everybody in the family loves her . Me and my mom are even thinking about getting an another one!!!
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Phoenix, formerly named Chai has been an absolute joy! She was a very shy pup still is but that’s okay. We just continued to love hr and make sure she had everything she needed and she warmed up to us! She enjoys being outside as you can see, so every morning I open the patio door so she can look out there while I work before taking her out. She is the perfect puppy for me and glad I have her in my family now ?? Premier pups was great and supportive I think everyone should buy from them!
This review is overdue, but I got Niko about 2 years ago. He’s a mischievous little guy and I love him to bits. I still remember the day I picked him up from the airport, it didn’t take long for him to open up to me and my family. He’s a little flirt and steals everyone’s heart on the first meeting. Super friendly to all ages and just wants to give everyone kisses. His size did surprise me, he is 20 lb, and I’m not talking about overweight, he’s a big Pomeranian (throwback Pomeranian maybe? You won’t know it until your dog has turned one), but I wouldn’t have him any other way. Premier Pups delivered excellent and genuine care to Niko and I. They made sure Niko was flown safely to me, and followed up several times over the course of the next few weeks of getting him to make sure we were doing well. I have certainly recommended my friends when they’ve been looking to add a small fur baby to their family and will continue to do so in the future.
In February we picked our Maltipoo up from Premier Pups and fell in love with him and our experience. So a week or two later we got him a playmate from PPs as well. His name is Rigby (aka Bradley) and our dogs have been BFFs since they met. We love them so much and my boys are asking for another... not right now, but if we do get another dog in the future, it will be from Premier Pups. Thanks guys
We love our little pup, she can’t be more adorable, this company stands behind every pup they sell. Any questions or concerns are answered quickly and also resolved quickly. They are a stand up company, and I would not hesitate to refer my friends and family to them. Dale Phillips
I had looked at a few puppy places - even flying down to Florida to check out a couple of stores. I was skeptical about doing this and buying a puppy this way, as this is my first time owning a puppy, but this was a beautiful process. We now have a 10 week old puppy Pomeranian names Kumo, and he is very friendly and playful. He doesn't bark and goes in his playpen with ease. He is potty training and getting it very quickly, which I'm happy about! And he loves to go wherever we go! If you are looking for a puppy, this is the place to get one.
We met Maddie Ann for the first time after her trip by plane to our home. She came out of her carrier excited and friendly -ready to meet her new family. She was about 3 months old when we got her. It was love at first sight. She quickly adapted to us and us to her. She was so well socialized that we started playing immediately. She quickly learned the house rules for potty training -other then that, she can do about anything. She is a spoiled little puppy. She makes us laugh everyday. We have gotten her a new furry friend from the DDFL so she would have playmate. They are getting along very well. I must say, getting Maddie Ann from Premiere Pups was the best decision we could have made!!! Thanks to everyone there who did so well at getting her off to a good start. She is a constant JOY. (I wish I could add more pictures)
Our beautiful puppy Pelusa, arrived on time, safe and healthy! We’re so happy to have her as part of our family! She’s so cute and so fluffy! Premier pups was always on top with everything that we needed! We highly recommended this place!
I loved my experience with Premier Pups. We searched and waited for 2 months to find a perfect puppy. We saw Atlas(Domino) and fell in love with him. We weren’t sure we’d get him but we moved up pickup so we could. We got him on 10/19/19 and he’s perfect everyone says he looks like a baby bear even his Vet they love when he comes in for his check ups. In about 2 years we will get a playmate for him and we won’t look any further than Premier Puppies. They called once a week for a month just to see how he’s doing. That’s dedication.
Alert, Cheerful, Friendly, Independent, Intelligent, Lively, Loyal, Out-Going, Playful, Social
|Adult Weight||4-7 lbs|
|Adult Height||8-11 inches|
|Life Expectancy||12-16 yrs|
|Rating||5.0 (69 reviews)|
Named after the region of Pomerania in Germany, also commonly known as the Pom or Pom Pom was first recognized as a descendent of the Wolfspitz breed. They originally were larger and were used as sheep herders. It became a popular breed in England in the 1800 year, when Queen Victoria adopted one. Its size has reduced and the fur grew more, it became a small puppy with a smiling foxy look, a real toy dog. This puppy was first recognized by the AKC in 1888 and it was perceived as a watchdog, with agility and performing tricks. It has since become one of the most sought after breeds here in the United States.
Appearance and Grooming
They are small, toy-sized dog with wedge-shaped head, almond-shaped dark eyes and tiny and raised ears, sharp pot and long tail carried on the back. The short muzzle is straight and fine. The color of the nose varies with coat color. The coat is longer around the neck and chest area. It can have a variety of coat colors and patterns including red, orange, white, cream, blue, brown, black, black and tan, wolf sable, brindle and white with different colors. With a cottony undercoat regular daily brushing is important to minimize the amount of shedding and tangles.
This is a very intelligent dog that has an eagerness to learn and shows strong loyalty to its owner and family. It has a docile and affectionate temperament and yet will be playful and energetic when enticed. It shows off its bravery often with strangers, as it will bark at them excessively.
Family and Companionship
They are highly extroverted dogs and love being in the midst of new people and try to make friends with everyone they meet. They do extremely well with children and other pets as they are highly sociable animals. They are also very protective of their owners and they respond very well to training and mental exercises. Due to their size, they prefer being inside than outside. They are well-suited for a large home or apartment life and crave human companionship more than anything else.
Routine exercise is necessary for the health and wellness of these high energy level pooches. Daily walks and frequent play will keep you puppy occupied and fit. Don’t be afraid of long walks with this one as their strong levels of endurance can carry them up to 5 miles and sometimes even more.
Training and Socialization
Known to become aggressive if not properly trained, these dogs need a firm yet gentle trainer. Though quick learners who are good at learning tricks, primary focus should be on obedience and barking as these tiny pups tend to see themselves as the boss and become incessant barkers. Socialization is equally as important as their extroverted and inquisitive nature must be met in effort to keep your pup happy and well mannered.