Pomeranians are believed to be the descendants of the sled dogs of Iceland and the Spitz family of dogs. They were the most beloved breed of England during the 19th century and the most favored dog of Queen Victoria. Taking its name from the historical region of Pomerania on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea, the Pomeranian has worked its way into the hearts of millions of pet lovers.
Pomeranian is a cute fluffy dog that easily catches the fancy of all dog lovers. They have bright luminous almond shaped eyes that lend them an intelligent look. The undercoat of these dogs is soft and dense. They have a heavily plumed feathered tail that falls forward over the back. Pomeranians also have profuse coat that stands off in distinct colors of red, orange, white or cream, blue, brown or black.
Pomeranian patterns and colors include black and tan, brindle, parti-color, and solid colors such as black, blue, tan, cream, brown, red, and sable. Blue and black Pomeranians are particularly valued in North America, but a large number of Pomeranians are parti-colored, often with a darker face than the rest of their bodies.
They are great show dogs and are highly intelligent and vivacious. They are also cocky and commanding and inquisitive by nature. Though naturally sound and composed, Pomeranians are gifted with an animated gait. They have a delightful and buoyant temperament and hence demand a firm hand while training. Pomeranians can make excellent watch dogs due to their outgoing and alert nature. This affectionate breed loves to be pampered and cosseted.
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