You might be worried that the constant barking and whining might hurt your Pom and you wouldn’t be wrong to be.
Fortunately, Pomeranians, as small as they are, have the ability to bark all day long with little or no repercussions. This is true for healthy Poms.
How to train a Pomeranian puppy not to bark
Poms are aware of their surroundings and make excellent watchdogs due to their suspicious nature.
While this is definitely not a bad thing, it does come with its drawbacks.
Why do Pomeranians bark?
Barking is a perfectly natural and normal behavior in dogs. Pomeranian dog barking or what is also known as Pomeranian barking can become a problem if left unchecked. A Pomeranian bark is an important method of communication and some dogs tend to bark more than others.
In the same way that you try to train your Pomeranian, he also has a language that he wants the owner to understand. The language of most dogs is barking.
Attention barking… Stop your pomeranian barking
Most Pomeranians will bark when they need to go to the bathroom, but when they see that you are attentive to them when they bark, they will try to catch your attention barking at what they want… this is where you need to be diligent. If you’re sure they’ve gone to the bathroom and everything else is safe and sound, then… you need to ignore your fur baby. I know, it sounds counterintuitive, but if you respect your sanity and love your furbaby, creating boundaries is a really important part of being an amazing Pommy Mommy. Stop Pomeranian Barking
Make sure your Pom has plenty of water. Dehydration is a problem for these little ones and they will bark to let you know they are thirsty. If they refuse to sleep, make sure there is a treat or two available and toys if they like it. After a while, they’ll try to mimic your sleep patterns, but you can’t give in to their playful urges… I know it’s hard, but don’t do that. Stop your Pomeranian barking incessantly.
Poms get excited, fast. If something good is happening (the arrival of a guest, a trip to the park, the anticipation of a treat). They won’t be able to resist letting out a few barks to show their appreciation.
When a Pom barks because he’s having (or hopes to) have a great time, you’ll notice that his bark takes on a high pitched sound.