POMERANIAN ❤️

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History The Pomeranian descends from spitz-type sled dogs from Iceland and Lapland. Several hundred years ago, its predecessors headed for Pomerania, an area located between northeastern Germany and Poland, on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea. Precisely from this region, back in 1767, Queen Charlotte (German), together with her husband King George III, imported the first German Spitz dogs, renaming them Pomeranians. Afterward, breeders somewhat reduced the size of the dogs, so much so that the modern Pomeranian is the smallest Spitz-type dog breed. Their popularity increased when members of the British royal family took a liking to the small dogs. At that time, the breed was even larger than today's version. Some notable Pomeranian owners throughout history have included Marie Antoinette, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Queen Victoria. The Pomeranian gained popularity in the United States around the turn of the 20th century and remains a highly regarded dog breed today. It was recognized as a breed in 1888. General Appearance The Pomeranian has a solid and compact build, is very gifted from a muscular point of view and is well proportioned; the withers are visible and gradually recess into the back which is straight and very short. The movement is fast, elastic, articulated. The head is well proportioned to the rest of the body with a wedge-shaped skull, broad and sharper near the nose, which is round, small and dark black, with the exception of the brown Spitz in which it is brown. The fur is dense, long and soft. DATA SHEET 097 5 - SPITZ TYPE AND PRIMITIVE TYPE DOGS 4 - EUROPEAN SPITZ Germany, Poland Very small 12-16 years 2-5 puppies Active, outgoing, friendly, intelligent, lively, playful, sociable 18-30 cm / 7-12 inches 1-3 kg / 2.2-6.6 pounds White, black, brown, orange, grey, fawn, cream Frequent. Families with young children may not be ideal for a Pomeranian. Pomeranians can live with other pets as long as they receive adequate training and socialization from a young age. It can't stand the presence of strangers; it becomes very suspicious and wary. Companion and guard dog, it can be trained for personal protection. Pomeranians are moderately easy to train. Although they are intelligent, they can be stubborn. The Pomeranian has a double coat of long, thick fur that requires frequent grooming. It is a very intelligent dog: its rapid learning ability makes it an excellent performance dog in circuses or games of skill. Hypoallergenic: No. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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