Take a look at those adorable Pomeranian pups up there! They are undeniably cute in every way. Despite their enticing good looks, though, these lovable canines have a lot more to offer.
It should not come as much of a surprise that the Pomeranian is such a well-liked breed of a dog given that they are not only clever but also quite gregarious and absolutely adorable in appearance.
Pomeranians are one of the many breeds of dogs that may be found at sanctuaries and rescue organizations, just like any other kind of dog. You may search for available dogs by breed and even by zip code on the adoption page of DogTime, which you can access by clicking here!
Have you given any thought to getting a Pomeranian puppy for your family? Then, if you want to know a few things about the breed as a puppy, here they are!
1. Their Adorable, Fluffy Coats May End up Looking Different After Some Time Has Passed
Pomeranians are said to have some of the most remarkable and very plush coats of any breed of dog.
According to the American Kennel Club, they may come in over 18 distinct colors and have a double coat that needs frequent grooming. Additionally, their coat can come in any combination of these colors. When they are young, Pomeranian puppies can have a variety of coat colors, including white, black, brown, red, orange, cream, blue, sable, and black and tan. These are just some of the possible color combinations.
However, Pomeranian coats have a “magical” quality about them. They may undergo a transformation during the course of time. It’s possible that the Pomeranian you bring home may have a dark brown coat with tan flecks that, as it gets older, will develop into a gorgeous, lighter coat.
2. They Are Related To Both Wolves And Sled Dogs In A Closer Way
The original Pomeranians, sometimes known as “Throwback” Pomeranians, were almost all white and weighed around 30 pounds when they reached their maximum size. These canines are considered to be of the “Spitz” breed, which is classified as a group of working dogs that are closely related to wolves.
Pomeranians of today still have this courageous and vivacious spirit pulsating through their bodies. There is no known reason why, but every so often, a Throwback Pomeranian may be born in the midst of a litter of modern Pomeranians. This phenomenon is quite rare.
3. They have a high level of intelligence and are quite outgoing.
One of the reasons why Pomeranian pups are so popular is because of their outgoing and intelligent personalities. This is in addition to the fact that Pomeranian puppies have the innate capacity to send everyone into a state of cuteness overload.
Because of their wit, they could occasionally think that you aren’t worth listening to, especially if it’s about something that they don’t want to do. This is especially likely to be the case if the topic is related to something they have to do.
Make it a point to go over the basics with your Pomeranian puppy as soon as possible so you can increase the likelihood that he or she will pay attention to the instructions that are appropriate for their level of intelligence.
4. Get ready for a barrage of “Awwws” from complete strangers because this is going to happen.
It’s possible that we’ve previously remarked on how charming and cute Pomeranian pups are on many occasions, but it bears repeating because it’s such an important point: THEY. ARE. CHARMING. AND. ADORABLE.
Puppies of the Pomeranian breed have a high level of awareness and may switch to watchdog mode if an unfamiliar person approaches them on their daily stroll and begs to pat them. If you start socializing your Pomeranians while they are young, they won’t let out loud yaps every time they hear the inevitable coos of a person they don’t know.
5. You can count on them to be lifelong friends.
You should prepare yourself for the commitment that comes with bringing a young Pomeranian puppy into your household. The average life expectancy of a Pomeranian is between 12 and 16 years, however, some live much longer.
If they are properly socialized and exercised, they will keep their puppy-like happiness, kisses, and playfulness far into their adult years. The good news is that this will continue well into their senior years.
Do you take care of a devoted Pomeranian at your house? Do you have any words of wisdom for someone who wants to bring home a Pomeranian puppy? Share your thoughts with us in the section below!