While you may have heard about the Teacup Pomeranian size (or Mini and Toy Pomeranian size), keep in mind that Poms are already extremely small dogs. Also, small sized breeds are more prone to certain health issues. For example, patellar dislocation or other problems with bone and joint development.
Of course, some Poms are naturally smaller than others. However, be wary when breeders claim to specialize in the Teacup Pomeranian size. Some breeders use runts or dogs with the dwarfism gene to produce new, smaller Poms. As a result, new puppies can be more susceptible to health issues and developmental issues, which can drastically reduce their quality of life. Here you can learn more about choosing a responsible breeder.
They are easy to train
As a companion dog eager to please its owner, the Pomeranian can quickly learn not only basic obedience skills, but also tricks. If you’re looking for a puppy to win AKC trick titles, these charming little dogs are usually eager to learn and have fun.
Because of their small size and minimal space needs, these pups can do well anywhere from a big city skyscraper to a suburban home or even somewhere more rural.
As puppies, Poms are so small that they need to be fed 3 to 4 times a day to avoid hypoglycemia. Low blood sugar is dangerous in dogs, but especially in dogs this size. A nutritious, high-quality dog food is ideal. As your puppy grows into an adult, the number of meals needed will depend on your dog’s activity level. Usually 2-3 feedings a day are enough. They don’t require a lot of food at each meal, so their food bills tend to be very affordable. Treats are something your Pom will love, but should be offered in moderation to keep your pup from getting too big.
Grooming is important to keep your Pom’s coat shiny and healthy. Pomeranians shed and should be brushed every day to help keep their coats from matting. It is necessary to regularly cut nails and brush teeth. Toy breeds are prone to dental disease and brushing their teeth helps prevent this. A bath every 4 to 6 weeks will keep your Pom’s skin hydrated and healthy and keep his coat clean. A professional groomer can provide these services and also trim your dog’s coat to keep it tidy.
How often should I feed my Pomeranian?
Next, how often should you feed your Pom puppy? While you might assume they need very little throughout the day to keep their tiny bodies moving, smaller dogs actually need to eat more often than larger ones. Because they burn calories quickly, many experts recommend feeding Pomeranians three times a day. Pomeranian puppies should be given even more, with up to four meals a day.
Consider these guidelines for your feeding schedule:
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