When feeding Pomeranians dry dog food, always make sure that the food consists of very small pieces that the dog can easily chew and swallow, since larger pieces could pose a choking hazard for small dogs, especially those that tend to gulp their food. As with all dogs, Pomeranians should be fed only high-quality food, with plenty of protein and a minimum of filler. Pomeranians, who tend to be high-energy, are likely to lose weight quickly if they eat a poor-quality diet that may give them digestive problems and inhibit absorption. Leave the food out all day, this is called free feeding, to help your Pomeranian avoid becoming hypoglycemic, a blood sugar problem that many toy dogs are susceptible to if not fed often enough. Don't practice free feeding if your dog tends to overeat.