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Starla (ID 2170)

"starla" this little gorgeous pom baby is super sweet great temperament and lovely face ! Alert and spunky baby girl will fill your home with love!R

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Puppy ID#: 2170 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: STARLA Gender: Female
Color: WHITE AND GOLD Date of Birth: March 1, 2013 (329 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 05/15/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.

Penny (ID 2171)

"penny" amazing pom, amazing color, amazing green eyes. One of a kind beauty! Fabulously beautiful with green eyes!! Stunning teacup female party pom, light orange sable and white. Perfect markings, perfect compact body. Beautiful face and coat. She is a sweetheart with the most kissy lovable personality too. Just stunning

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Puppy ID#: 2171 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: PENNY Gender: Female
Color: WHITE AND ORANGE SABLE Date of Birth: March 1, 2013 (329 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 05/15/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.

Cassandra (ID 2172)

"cassandra" stunning, exquisite, elegant female pomeranian. Super beautiful teddy bear face, gorgeous coat, gorgeous face and markings. Just exquisite. Take me home.R

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Puppy ID#: 2172 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: CASSANDRA Gender: Female
Color: DARK SABLE &WHITE Date of Birth: May 15, 2013 (319 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 05/15/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.

Cutie Pie (ID 2173)

"cutie pie" super tiny 20 ounce female pom baby. She is a little doll. Stunning golden sable creme coloring. Small features. Sweetest tiny face. She has the best personality. Already paper trained too!R

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Puppy ID#: 2173 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: CUTIE PIE Gender: Female
Color: CREAM Date of Birth: March 1, 2013 (329 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 05/15/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.

Teddy Baby (ID 2174)

"teddy bear" stunning very very tiny 15 ounce light creme colored male teacup pomeranian. He is feisty, happy, with an unbelievable loving personality. Short and compact too. Beautiful little face, fabulous coat and so gorgeous in every way. Anyone would be lucky to have him. So sweet!

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Puppy ID#: 2174 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: TEDDY BABY Gender: Male
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: March 1, 2013 (329 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 05/15/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.

Baby Girl (ID 2175)

"baby girl" tiny 20 ounce white teacup pom baby. She is stunning. Beautiful face, short and compact, dainty features, just stunning. These pom litters are exceptional in every way. They always look like they are smiling and love to be with you. Elegant!!

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Puppy ID#: 2175 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: BABY GIRL Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: March 1, 2013 (329 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 05/15/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.

Little Boo (ID 2190)

"little boo" tiny teacup male pom baby. Exceptionally beautiful, exceptional quality. He is a little lover you will adore. Sweet as honey.

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Puppy ID#: 2190 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: LITTLE BOO Gender: Male
Color: GOLD Date of Birth: March 1, 2013 (329 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 05/24/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.

Buttercup (ID 2195)

"buttercup" stunning teacup female orange pom, just like boo bear, shortest little legs, heart of gold. R

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Puppy ID#: 2195 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: BUTTERCUP Gender: Female
Color: ORANGE Date of Birth: March 15, 2013 (327 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 06/01/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.

Little Boo (ID 2196)

"little boo" tiny teacup male pom baby. Exceptionally beautiful, exceptional quality. He is a little lover you will adore. Sweet as honey.R

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Puppy ID#: 2196 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: LITTLE BOO Gender: Male
Color: SABLE Date of Birth: April 1, 2013 (325 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 06/01/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.

Bear (ID 2197)

Super sweet, amazing tiny teacup pom male. Spectacular little guy. Champion lineage too

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Puppy ID#: 2197 Breed: Pomeranian
Name: BEAR Gender: Male
Color: Merle Date of Birth: April 3, 2013 (325 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 06/01/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The dainty, regal Pomeranian has been a beloved favorite of royalty since the 17th century. Queen Victoria of England was a known enthusiast of this breed and Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I of France, and King George IV of England have all kept the Pomeranian as a cherished pet. Named for the Pomerania region of Central Europe (today part of Poland and Eastern Germany) this tiny member of the Spitz family has been stealing hearts for centuries. These puppies love to be pampered, spoiled and they absolutely love attention and are arguably one of the cutest breed of dogs available. According to the AKC, Pomeranians have been one of the most popular dogs to own for the last ten years.

Pomeranians are a small, sturdy, healthy breed and adults typically weigh 5 to 8 pounds and stand 5 to 11 inches at the shoulder. They are characterized by a thick double coat that is fluffy and oh-so-irresistible to cuddle. Pomeranians make great companion dogs that travel easily. They are the perfect size for a purse or small carrier and love to accompany their owners wherever they go. Because of their small size they do well in any environment and are preferred by condo owners. They do well with children but because of their delicate nature and miniscule stature Pomeranians are not recommended for families with children under ten. These dogs carry themselves with self-confidence and grace that you will be hard pressed to find in any other breed and generally have wonderful, quiet personalities.

How to care for your Pomeranian puppy: Pomeranian puppies are easy to love due to their overwhelming cuteness and playful nature. The thick coat should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangling and professional grooming is required every 4 to 6 weeks to keep your puppy healthy and clean. Feed your puppy a high quality dog food and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Pomeranian puppies and adults require only light exercise such as a daily walk or an hour of brisk play. Training and socialization from an early age is essential for a well-mannered adult.

What to look for when choosing a Pomeranian puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that has a bold, bouncy personality. Make sure the coat is plush, soft and healthy and the eyes are bright, alert and clear. Good breeders of Pomeranian puppies for sale are useful sources of information and should recommend a healthy diet and exercise plan for your new puppy. The Pomeranian is a wonderful addition to any household that has lots of love and attention to spare and will warm your lap and heart for its' entire life.