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Cocky, self-important and inquisitive, the Pomeranian is a compact, soft-looking dog with thick fur that begs to be pampered. The consummate show dog, Pomeranian dogs are prized for their exclusivity and refined, genteel appearance.


Height: An adult Pomeranian dog should not exceed 12 inches in height. The teacup Pomeranian variant is considerably smaller, generally not reaching a height of more than 6 inches.

Weight: Pomeranian dogs, according to the American Kennel Club, ought to weigh between 3 and 7 pounds, and certainly not more than 10 pounds. A teacup Pomeranian will register at the light end of this scale.

Coat: Pomeranian puppies and dogs have a double-layered coat. The undercoat is thick and robust, while the topcoat is longer and coarser. Both males and females shed their undercoats once a year.

Ears and Eyes: Pomeranian dogs hold their pointed, triangular ears erect. Eyes are evenly spaced, round and bright. This breed generally has dark eyes.

Tail: This breed has a distinctive bushy, plumed tail, which it holds flat against its back.


Pomeranians are placid, affectionate and friendly. Alert and smart, they make good watchdogs even though they're not overly suspicious of strangers. Some claim their watchdog skills rival those of the bulldog. It's essential to lay down the law with these dogs, as they tend to be self-centered unless they're socialized to understand that they're not the boss.

AKC Group: Toy

Training: Pomeranian puppies can be trained to bark when a visitor appears at the door or when they hear noise coming from the exterior of their home. They tend to try to dominate their owners, so proper training and socialization is necessary. Like beagles, they get along well with children, other dogs and pets of other species.

Ideal Environment: These dogs can overheat in summer, so they're best suited for cooler climates. Indoor living is fine for a Pomeranian, though it never hurts to have a yard handy, since they can be tricky to housebreak.

Health and Care

Feeding: Pomeranian puppies and adults alike can be finicky eaters. It's important not to let the dog have the run of the house. It will eat what it's told to eat when it gets hungry enough.

Grooming: Pomeranian breeders strongly recommend regular, if not daily, brushing and grooming of this dog's luxurious coat. This is best done by working from the head to the tail and parting the coat down the middle to tackle the task on two sides. Also, make sure to clean the dog's ears and eyes on a daily basis to prevent infections.

Exercise: These dogs have modest activity needs. Pomeranians can make do in apartment settings because they remain active indoors.

Health Problems: Pomeranian breeders note that proper dog dental care is essential, since the breed is prone to gum problems. They also tend to suffer from eye infections, ear infections and a kneecap dislocation syndrome known as luxating patella. The need for regular veterinary care is stressed.

Average Lifespan: The Pomeranian has a long lifespan, reaching up to 15 years of age.

Finding Pomeranian Puppies for Sale

The Pomeranian is one of the more expensive dogs on the market, with puppies generally selling for anywhere from $800 for a regular dog to $3,000 or more for a show dog with proven lineage. To save some money, adopt a Pomeranian from a Pomeranian rescue center or a dog adoption service, if resources are in place locally. Avoid giving business to puppy mills at all costs – these establishments are unethical and don't adhere to animal health standards.

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Posted by Star on February 28,2014 at 02:48 PM
I the same my Mallory has on both sides now a lot larger then before. also has 8 K-9's my vet said to both they are a part of her personality, But I beg to differ now that the growths have become bigger look like antlers. Anyone have the answer to treatment or anything to this matter please contact me A.S.A.P please @ e-mail starbug40@gmail.com or number please only concerning Mallory 727-623-1574 thank you worried mommy
Posted by star on March 12,2014 at 01:23 AM
WELL I went to a new groomer to find out the growth behind Mallory ears was matted fur. VERY HAPPY I CHANGED thank you Furry friends of st.. pete.
Posted by Star on February 28,2014 at 02:45 PM
I have a pure black female just turn 3 on new years eve. would like to find a pure white male at same age. Thank you Star Starbug40@gmail.com or Colleenstar40@outlook.com
Posted by eileen on February 13,2014 at 07:29 AM
should my 16yr old pom still need vaccines?
Posted by addy on July 07,2012 at 01:38 PM
i am trying to convince my parents to get me a Pomeranian any ideas!!!???????
Posted by Reba on January 10,2012 at 11:14 PM
I have a pom, Winnie Pooh. Our friend gave us the runt of the litter. When she was 7 weeks old, we were able to take her home. A week later, our little one was acting sluggish and didn't want to do anything. We asked our friend and she said maybe she is depressed because she loved being with her two sisters. When my partner came home,she looked into the box and was talking to her when I came up and saw that she was actually gasping for air. I told her get the car ready. We took her to a 24 hour vet an hour away. My partner drove and I did CPR to our pom. We finally got there and the vet gave her a shot of sugar water and gave her pancake syurp in her mouth. A few mintues later, she was like a wound up toy. She was all over the place, she didn't act like this EVER before. Found out that because she was so little that she had a sugar problem. Later, her two sisters died from the same thing and they were really big poms, not a mini like Winnie. So, we have to give her a syringe of pancake syurp to her when she starts to act funny or sluggish. Just be careful with Poms, they do have alot of health problems. Make sure you do take them to the Vet regularly. Also, Poms, are not a great pet for kids. Because Poms are easily to get hurt, they are fragile.
Posted by cathy on October 20,2012 at 09:29 AM
It seems your baby was suffering from hypoglycima which means low sugar. It is very common in pom puppies. I have been a vet tech for three years and have seen several puppies get sick or even in her siblings case even die. I say keep an close eye on her
Posted by helen on June 18,2011 at 11:49 PM
my pomeranian has a growth behind the ear almost like a little ear growing behind the other ear. Is this a concern?
Posted by Daniela on February 23,2013 at 08:18 PM
Hi my Pom has the same growths behind her ears. Did you ever find out what it was and how it should be addressed? Pleas advise. Thank you.
Posted by Star on February 28,2014 at 02:40 PM
I the same my Mollory has on both sides now a lot larger then before. also has 8 K-9's my vet said to both they are a part of her personality, But I beg to differ now that the growths have become bigger look like antlers. Anyone have the answer to treatment or anything to this matter please contact me A.S.A.P please @ e-mail starbug40@gmail.com or number please only concerning Mallory 727-623-1574 thank you worried mommy star
Posted by addy on July 07,2012 at 01:34 PM
i am trying to convince my parents to get a pomeranian, so i have done a lot of research. if it worries u remove it, or if u irritates your doggy remove it. but when we get growths it doesnt matter, its the same thing with poms.
Posted by Jordan on June 23,2011 at 02:20 PM
I would defintely be concerned no matter what the breed. See a vet ASAP!
Posted by CHO2 on May 19,2011 at 09:53 PM
I have a 2 yr old little pomeranian, that is the LOVE of my life. I had one before this one that either someone stole from me or the coyotes got hold of. That just literally broke my heart. Not too long later, my son got me another one. But this one was a puppy that was 4 mos old when I got him. He has bonded to me so well, and is with me at all times,by choice. I just cant believe this little dog. He is so attentive and alert. I can honestly say that it took less than a week and he had totally won my heart FOREVER. If you are looking for a dog and have NO SMALL KIDS, look into a Pomeranian. If you have smaller kids tho the Pomeranian might not be the dog for you as they are a very fragile breed and can be easily hurt due to their size.
Posted by Terri on May 14,2011 at 11:51 PM
I'm looking for a pom under the age of one. My current service dog is getting older and I need to find his predecessor soon so that he can show the new dog the ropes so to speak. I am disabled with PTSD and Anxiety and on an living on fixed income. If anyone know of a om under the age of 1 who needs a home please email me. Service animals are never left alone and they get the best diet and vet care, and they have a purpose in life.
Posted by bob soto on March 20,2011 at 04:39 PM
looking for a pom for my grand daughter for her birthday. let me know. bob
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Posted by JemBeta on March 11,2011 at 04:01 PM
Hi I am looking for a Tan/Orange & Cream/white Parti Teddy Bear Face Male Pom. Puppy by the end of April 8 week old . Thanks!
Posted by Lindsey on February 03,2011 at 12:49 AM
I am moving into an apartment in 3 - 4 months and have my heart set on getting a toy pomeranian puppy.. I am in the Sylva, NC area. If anyone has any info on local breeders I would really appreciate it! Also, Im a college student so Im hoping to find one for around $200. Thank you :)
Posted by Peggy on January 09,2011 at 01:09 PM
I'am looking for a pomeraian to keep me company and we do things together. I had to put my Brittany down last Oct and I really have been having a ruff time. I'm elderly and diasb, but I have lots of love and a very big heart. I dont really want a pup, but like to train her to go shopping with me and like to ride in the car. Also that she would like to be where I'am at. She like to talk or be talked with. Possible play with a toy or two.
Posted by Debbie Riggio on October 28,2010 at 08:00 PM
I just had to put down my 15-yr.-old Standard Poodle. I am looking for a chocolate brown Pomeranian, preferably a "rescue". Please email me privately at: deborahknowsboca@bellsouth.net, or call me at home at: 561-883-6045. I don't necessarily need a puppy, but one young enough for me to bond with and train.
Posted by Debbie Riggio on October 28,2010 at 08:03 PM
In addition to my original post for a chocolate brown Pom, I would prefer a "teacup", if possible. Thank you. Debbie
Posted by nikkin on October 18,2010 at 08:56 AM
Hello all! I absolutely LOVE Pomeranians! I am looking to adopt a young pom in ND for a companion to my 20mnth old male. Have all intentions to give this dog the right care, regular vet checks and of course a very loving home. All help and info is greatly appreciated! :)
Posted by Kathy Lord on August 14,2010 at 02:37 PM
Have adorable male mini pomeranian for sale 250.00 please call 254-463-9006
Posted by Linda on August 11,2010 at 09:26 PM
I have two poms, mom and daughter left. I also had a pineranium that just passed away in July. He was my little man, I miss him. He had lung and heart problems - but, he lived to be a pretty good age - 11 years. He looked like a little red fox, almost teacup but not quite, he was so smart, he loved to go everywhere with me and even help mow the lawn - he sat on my lap on the rider or walked behind the mower for quite a few rounds. When he got tired he layed under the shade tree till I was done. Anyway, wish I could find another one just like him. He looked mainly like a pom, reddish hair, curled pom tail and a sweet little face. If anyone knows of the whereabouts of a location to get one, please let me know! I can send a picture of him if needed. Thanks
Posted by johnny on July 20,2010 at 02:17 PM
I got my wife two little Poms for her birthday in March 2001. In July 2002 , One them starting acting like she had some sort of fit. She would run around untill she fell out. We carried her to our local vet. She gave her a shot and for a while, seemed ok. Then whatever it was came back. We rushed her to the emergency Vet on duty, and all they could do was give her a shot to ease her. She would jerk her head around very hard, if you held her. They advised we carry her to the State Vet School, which we did. They seemed to think that they could help her. We left her overnight, called the next morn for a report, They said she was better, but after lunch, called and said that she had a stroke and died. Her sister lived utill June 18, 2010. She was having trouble getting her breath, gagging, coughing ect Back to the vet for 3 times for shots, cough medcine , pills ect. She had a Treake problen that closed up. very sad times for our family.
Posted by Frances on July 10,2010 at 01:01 PM
I thought the same ting about mine but the vet said he was hypoglysemic feed it sweets and see if it acts different
Posted by Michelle on May 20,2010 at 12:56 PM
i have a male toy pomeranian about 2 1/2 years old. he's very spoiled, micro chpped, already fixed, up to date on his shots, very well manored. he is house broke and crate trained, while home alone and at bed time. he loves children, and loves and needs lots of attention. he gets groomed at pet smart every 6 weeks (top dog package). he eats only dog food. which is perscription dog food. he has luxating patelis ( joints in his knees give out) but since hes been on the perscription dog food, he has not had one problem at all. he loves only his "greenie" treats. my kids keep arguing over who's turn it is to walk him. and they are getting older and don't seem to want to pay attention to him as much as he needs it. also my kids are gone the whole summer and my husband and I don't have much time, between work and having to go out of town alot. i'm saddened to say, we might have to get rid of symba. how much should i charge for him? does anyone know what he would be worth? i'm in san antonio, tx. thanks.
Posted by Elizabeth McFarland on April 24,2010 at 06:27 PM
I live in Franklin, NC and am looking for a 3 to five month old female as a companion for my male Pom. He is black and white, and weighs 6 lbs, toy size but not teacup. The job I have does not pay much, so I need to locate a free, or very low cost female, but do want one that is healthy and happy. Will accept one that has been rescued but is not tramatized or scared of people, and would like for her to be very sociable and well socialized. If anyone can help that is close to where I live, it would be greatly appreciated. Gabriel is really looking for a nice girl friend, any color is fine he really could care less about her color as long as she is sweet. Thanks
Posted by Laura on April 03,2012 at 06:25 PM
Hello... I'm not sure if you have already found your toy pom's companion, but since you are right down the street from me, I decided to reply to your request. I currently have a 2 1/2 yr old, fixed male toy pom that I am looking to find a loving home for. My daughter brought him home when she got out of the Army and now he's mine...smile. However, I have a very full and busy life that prevents me from giving him the attention he deserves and therefore am looking to find him a loving family. He is good around children, grew up with a yorkie and is absolutely lovable. If you're interested, please reply.
Posted by Jessica on March 16,2010 at 03:31 PM
I really want a pomeranian and i am a first time dog owner and i am afraid it is going to get very ill because my friend had a dog and they had to put i down because it had to many seasures. Can you give me a few ideas on how to choose a dog. here are some things i want my new dog to have: no allergies and no ear and gum problems i was also thinking about haveng a small terrior please help me because i am very lonly without a dog. please email me back.
Posted by Melissa on March 06,2010 at 10:03 PM
I have a 9 year old pomerian who is my best friend , she will be laying down and then running around like somthing is after her , roxie and I are close but she is glued to me any ideas please help this is breaking my heart
Posted by HollysOasis on June 14,2011 at 07:42 PM
it sounds like she needs her anal glands expressed. They are 2 glands on either side of her anus. You can do it yourself with some trial and tribulation. Your lucky she's not scooting on the floor. I have done it on our poodle. It's not pleasant, but it does drive them crazy. The vet and the groomer will do it also. Good luck!!!
Posted by TYSON on February 25,2010 at 11:29 PM
I Have 5 Months POM, but I have big problem ,he bites, and don;t let me touch him,,AAAAAAH.Please HELP.....
Posted by brittany on February 22,2010 at 12:58 AM
im lookin for a free fluffy pomeranian male or female... i dont know where to find one?
Posted by sam on February 17,2010 at 02:55 PM
Hi my family jus t lost our palmaranian of 13 years. I am looking for do adoption young one we are family of 4 2 kids 11 and 3 and 2 adults and we love animals. If is anyone that could help me find one.I thank you so much.
Posted by Shenise Nunez on February 16,2010 at 08:10 PM
I just recently lost my 12 year old pom that i had since birth. She was my baby. Anyone know where i can adopt, or buy or giving to a good home? Im trying to stay in the price range of 200 and lower. :) plz, i desperately want a loving pup back
Posted by Pauline on January 20,2010 at 08:40 PM
I have had pomeranians for 20 years until about 9 months ago. I lost one to kidney failure after 12 years and then I lost my other one that to heart failure.I had it for seven years It was a abused pom that I took in.i am ready for a couple more but would rather take in poms that need a home than go to breeders. I would like 2 females if anyone needs a great home for theirs. I live in NC.
Posted by Pamela Peters on January 16,2010 at 03:50 AM
I would like to have pomerainian dog. I have limited income. do you know where I could get a free Pomeranian. Don't care if it's male or female just would like some campanionship with a loving little creature like a pom. Please email me if you can help me. Thank You
Posted by Jean Jeffery on June 28,2010 at 01:46 PM
I have a 9yr old healthy pom called Mai Tai, he belongs to my 83 yr bro-in-law who has been hospitalized with a broken him and will no longer be able to take care of him. I had him groomed last year and he was trimmed back to his skin, unfortunately his hair is now growing back in patches, I did not know this would happen, apparently neiher did the groomer!!! If you don't mind his looks he is a real sweetheart and will stay by you. I need to find him a home by July 2nd.
Posted by Suezy Kreiser on February 08,2010 at 02:31 PM
I have a pom that I need to foster out for a year. Would you be willing to do that. His name is Chico Man and he is very tiny no even 5 lbs. You can e-mail me and we can exchange numbers.
Posted by Carrie on January 06,2010 at 11:46 PM
I am looking for a female pom around the price range of $300 if anyone can help me find one. I live in NC.
Posted by christinia on December 20,2009 at 06:24 PM
i am getting a female pomeranian who is 6 months old named paris i truly am a happy person but i dont have a lot of information on this wonderful dog breed if you can help please comment here
Posted by Kimberley on December 02,2009 at 03:57 AM
I am looking for a male black and white shiranian puppy less than 2 months ago
Posted by Deborah Taylor on November 28,2009 at 08:08 AM
Would like some help i had two black poms that suppose to be staying with my sons girlfriend while i got another place to live it took two weeks , was always trying to contact her ! she either sold or gave my babies away wont tell me to whom dose anyboby know what i can do about this they are both reg and microchipped its been four months i have been searching for them am heart sick in albuquerque
Posted by Elvia on December 03,2009 at 09:57 AM
Well I have already spoke to you about this when you called the clinic where I work. If she sold them or gave them away you should make a police report. They are chiped so that proves they are yours, I hope you sent in the paper work to the microchip company with all your info. But tell her you are going to make a report since she knows who has them. Good luck..
Posted by Pamela Semies on January 20,2010 at 11:24 PM
I am so sorry to hear of the theft of your two dear pomeranians. You had them microchiped, keep on this, get support and take legal action when you find them. I will prayer that they are returned to you. I know that you have had moving expenses but if you can offer a tempting reward for their safe return,,no questions asked, you may still get them back. Good Luck! pamelasemies@comcast.net in Baltimore, Maryland
Posted by sherri on November 14,2009 at 11:12 PM
we have a 5 year old POM. she is the best! the poor thing has to be taken in to the vet about every other week to get her anal glands expressed. Also, she develops ear infections about every other month. I am curious if anyone has some natural remedies that work to get rid of both problems and keep them away! thtanks so much
Posted by Marlene Jacobs on November 05,2009 at 10:04 AM
I have a beautiful male POM,3yrs old, white with a little beige.........5 lbs and he is looking to breed ...........I live in the Jacksonville, Fl area of Green Cove Springs thanks
Posted by Nicholas on October 12,2009 at 10:17 AM
I have twins that are about to be 7 months and a 22 month old daughter. I am planning on buying a Pomeranian for my oldiest girl. I am looking for puppies that will be ready around the x-mad time frame. If you can help in way please do so. Thank you
Posted by Doris on October 10,2009 at 02:24 PM
I just lost my little 6 pound, 15 year old pomeranian to cancer in May. She was the prettiest little fox-face I have ever seen. In reading the habits of poms. I find she, indeed, fit the characteristics of poms. I am thinking about maybe getting another one but don't think I can find one as pretty as she was. Also, I am 83 and don't have a lot of money. I am in the stage of trying to decide if I want another one or not. We loved her and after my husband died she was very attached to me.
Posted by Suezy Kreiser on February 08,2010 at 02:34 PM
I have a 1 year old male Chico Man, blonde and white, I need a foster parent for him for a year. If you would like to help please contact me @ my site.
Posted by cindy on September 30,2009 at 02:08 PM
am on a fixed icomme and so is my roommate but we both want a toy or minature pom ....it would very very pampered .but we are unable to afford the outragious prices of the breeders .if anyone has a soulution please email me atkokomolady1952@yahoo.com .....thank you
Posted by Linda on October 12,2009 at 08:58 PM
I know of a pom for a loving family with NO children . Please email me if interested.
Posted by Lucy Bauers on September 30,2009 at 01:21 PM
Posted by Jean on June 28,2010 at 01:51 PM
I have a 9yr old pom called Mai Tai. He belongs to my 83 yr old bro-in-law who has just had surgery for a broken him and will not be coming home again and I need to find Mai Tai a safe haven...I had Mai Tai groomed last year and they shaved him down to the skin... now his hair is growing back in patches but he is still very lovable, I did not know his hair would not all grow in, apparently the groomer didn't either....
Posted by ellie on December 14,2009 at 01:00 AM
we rescued a pomeranian dog from a farm are you steel looking? It is a golden maybe about 3 years old.
Posted by woody on November 12,2009 at 09:01 AM
trying to find A GOOD LOVING HOME for a 12-18 month old male pom. Contact me and he's yours,,,,you would have to come get him or arrange and pay for pickup.
Posted by Aran on April 18,2010 at 01:22 PM
well, i am only an 11 year old girl, but i have been waiting for the right time and dog to come to me. although, i do happen to have to be living with my mom, my 12 1/2 year old brother, my 14 year old sister, and my 69 year old grandmother. we do not have that much money because we went long without my mom having a real job, and now she does, but she only makes like, $1,500 and month...and also, my grandmother is always complaining of course that she hates rodents, and small animals, even though i'm not sure she understands that the cat we own, Paul, well we didn't necessarily adopt him off our block, but vise versa. and that she still we still kept him, and that she says i can't get a dog. D; . i want a tea cup, or average pom, if u email me, we can discuss. Thank you woody.
Posted by shenise nunez on February 16,2010 at 08:11 PM
do you still have the pup?
Posted by Linda on October 12,2009 at 09:01 PM
I know of a pom for a loving family with No children, Email me for info.
Posted by PAMELA PETERS on January 16,2010 at 03:44 AM
I'm 54 and would love to have a little puppy. Or a pom. I have very limited income.but my children said they would helpme with anything the puppy needed. They all have thier own homes. do you still know where the free pom is? Thankyou
Posted by tina on September 15,2009 at 02:18 PM
i just recemtly got a golden male pomeranian that is 9 mnths old and i really would like it to bond to me and me only but we have so many ppl liv ing in the house that i think it will get confused who the owner is
Posted by Lucy Bauers on September 30,2009 at 01:24 PM
Posted by randy on July 31,2009 at 03:10 PM
i have a Pomeranian she is a girl 3 years old need to breed with a male asap i live in acramento my number is 916 425 2082
Posted by Inez on December 03,2009 at 10:06 AM
sure wish you lived in sc ;my husband and I have a male who we would like to breed also,hope you fine one ;we still looking too!!
Posted by Bonnie on July 18,2009 at 12:28 PM
been looking for pom pups, but breeders dont want to let these little guys go until 10-12 weeks of age and they want the big money...........i have always gotten mine 6-7 weeks old and took them to our wet for check up and we have raised 4 in 24 years.....................these pups are so cuten that the breeders have found an excuse to enjoy the fun early pupppy years and still not be stuck with a house full and this needs to be addressed. I also want my puppy to bond with our family and start the training as i am not a puppy pad person as we have a fully fenced yard and i also volunteer with our local spca.............not been happy when speaking with these breeders
Posted by Lori on August 21,2009 at 10:00 AM
It is against the law to sell a puppy before 8 weeks. Leaving the mother too early can cause behavior issues in the puppy. I understand where you are coming from as I like to get my pups as early as they can leave safely, but it's not always in the best intrest of the puppy, especially the toy breeds such as the pomeranian.
Posted by elizabeth on August 05,2009 at 09:27 AM
i have 3 pom pups 2 girls 1 boy we are selling the boy and red girl for 250 $ the grey girl for 500$ if you want to call me i live in west virginia email me at butcherbunch4@verizon.com
Posted by giovanna on July 15,2009 at 03:48 PM
my pomeranian has parvo
Posted by liz on August 05,2009 at 09:28 AM
take it to the vet soon very very very soon
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