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The Pomeranian, one of the most popular breeds in the world for both ancient times. Nowadays, was recognized by the AKC as part of its toy group in 1888. They excel in moderate and cold climates due to their thick coats. However, they would be sensitive to areas of high heat. They are adaptable to both small apartments and large homes. Because of their high affinity to humans, it is not advisable to leave this dog alone for extended periods of time. 8-11 3-7 12 -16)

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Due to their high alertness and lapdog lifestyle, the Pomeranian puppy will make both an excellent watchdog and a good therapy dog respectively. They will need to be monitored when playing with children. This is because they are prone to injuries due to their size. Despite their good health, they are still prone to some health defects. These include hip dysplasia, dental problems, congestive heart failure, epilepsy, eye problems, and hypothyroidism. Genetic screening and regular visits to the vet should help keep these setbacks under control and give your dog a healthy life.

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They are highly intelligent dogs making them easily trainable. However, it is important to be firm, diligent, and meticulous as they are also likely to pick up bad habits easily. The Pomeranian has a thick coat with varying layers and will require weekly brushing to prevent matting and tangling. They will also require a bath when necessary coupled with good dental, ear, and nail care to feel comfortable and look neat. They are generally a lovable dog. Nonetheless, the Pomeranian puppy will need to be properly trained and socialized at a very young age in order to curb its tendency to bark too much

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Contrary to popular opinion, the Pomeranian dog is not a very active dog and so will not require a lot of exercises to keep them healthy and grounded. Daily walks and some additional playtime should be enough for exercise for them. They usually grow 8 to 11 inches tall and weigh from 3 to 7 pounds. The Pomeranian lifespan is in between 12 to 16 years. This dog has been known throughout history for being the pet of royalties such as Queen Elizabeth and Marie Antoinette.

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