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The Pomeranian, Dwarf Spitz, or Pomeranian is a beloved companion dog and incredibly popular. This Spitz dog has been used as a farm and house guardian since the 4th century BC and can be found throughout Europe. However, the smallest variant of this beautiful breed only emerged after the year 1800. The Dwarf Spitz, also known as Pomeranian or Pom, was frequently used as a companion dog.

Although "Pomeranian" is commonly used, it is not the official term. The official names are Deutscher Spitz, Zwergspitz, as it is originally a German breed. The English official name is Pomeranian. In Dutch, it is called Dwergkees.


According to the breed standard, Dwarf Spitz dogs are proud, clever dogs that are always cheerful. They come in various colors such as black, orange, white, cream, cream sable, black & tan, orange sable, parti-color, and wolf gray & merle, as seen in the photo below:

The characteristics of a Pomeranian, according to the breed standard, include a proud, intelligent, and clever dog that appears cheerful. The shoulder height is equal to the length of the dog, and the head is wedge-shaped. The ears and nose are small, with a short tail. The chest transitions into a short, strong back through the shoulders. The posture is upright, emphasized by a curled tail position.


The (withers) height of a Pomeranian is on average 21 cm with a deviation of 3 cm up or down (according to the new breed standard).



The normal weight ranges between 1.5 and 4 kilograms, depending on the size of the dog. Pomeranians generally live between 12 and 15 years!

While they are excellent watchdogs, they are not aggressive. These dogs are not built for super long walks but enjoy short strolls. Pomeranians are very affectionate, attached to their owner and family. They are also very observant and curious, tending to bark when alarmed.


When the puppy is old enough to leave the nest, it already has a considerable coat. The puppy should be taught to be groomed. During the training period, the puppy should be combed daily. Start with just a few minutes at first. Once the puppies get used to it, they often enjoy being groomed. The coat of a Dwarf Spitz consists of two layers: short, dense undercoat and long, straight guard hairs. The neck, shoulders, and the back of the front and hind legs are thick, dense, and long-haired. The face is velvety!


The coat of the Pomeranian must be well taken care of. Comb thoroughly 2 to 3 times a week to prevent hair from tangling or matting. Small knots can often form at the beginning of the coat and need to be combed out. The hair between the toes should be trimmed if it bothers the dog. Combing and brushing not only remove dirt from the coat but also massage the skin. This promotes the dog's blood circulation, keeping the coat in excellent condition. The long hairs on the front legs should be combed gently. Dwarf Spitz dogs are brushed against the grain. Start at the head, and the neck hairs behind the ears should be brushed forward. Hold the hair flat with your hand and proceed layer by layer. Due to the long, thick, and soft coat, the Pomeranian needs proper care to prevent mats and dirt.


The coat should not be washed too often (2 times a month). Washing too frequently makes the hair soft and strips the skin of natural oils, potentially causing the coat to become dry and dull. If the Pomeranian needs to be washed, always use a special puppy or dog shampoo with a conditioner to make combing easier.

The puppy can only go outside again when completely dry. The small ears also need regular cleaning. Knots often form behind the ears and require extra attention. Brush the tail in the direction of hair growth.


Dental care is a crucial aspect of Pomeranian care. Like many small breeds, they are prone to plaque, and issues can arise during the teething process. Regularly check their teeth. A good dry kibble is better for removing tartar than wet food. Like many small dog breeds, Pomeranians quickly develop plaque, which, if not removed, turns into tartar. It is essential to care for their teeth, ideally brushing them once a week or applying a tooth gel in the evening. The tooth gel is easy to apply before bedtime. Apply about 1 cm of gel on your finger and spread it on the outside of the teeth. The gel can then work overnight, preventing tartar and plaque. This solution is ideal for pups that resist having their teeth brushed.


The characteristics of Pomeranians are lively, affectionate, and highly trainable. Pomeranians are very affectionate and enjoy playing with their owner. It is essential to brush the Pomeranian from a young age to get them used to it. They are not quick to accept strangers, but Pomeranians are not an aggressive breed. They are excellent watchdogs for their owner.


Pomeranians are eager to learn but also can be independent and self-assured. Therefore, early puppy training is essential. Pomeranian training should be based on rewards rather than punishment. Rewarding can be done with a small dog treat or simply by saying in a very high voice that what the Pomeranian did was excellent. Build obedience training slowly. If he is new to the house, he must first listen and respond to his new name. Then slowly make the exercises more challenging. Do not make the exercises too long; they can be tiring for the Pomeranian. Also, keep the exercises varied. Pomeranians quickly think they know everything. If correction is necessary, say "NO" in a low voice and show with body language that you are not pleased. Pomeranians have excellent hearing, so shouting is unnecessary. The premise here is that the Pomeranian makes no mistakes; the owner has not explained it correctly.

It is best to be consistent with a puppy. If you have just become the new owner of a puppy, it may whine at night. This is common but not always the case. You can leave a night light on or put a cuddle toy in the crate. There should always be a bowl of water in the crate for the puppy to drink.

The Dwarf Spitz is curious and observant of your actions. A Dwarf Spitz is very intelligent and sensitive to your mood in both sad and happy times. They can adapt well to circumstances, as long as they are close to their owner, they are fine. A typical characteristic of the Dwarf Spitz is their curiosity. They want to explore everything. The Dwarf Spitz is a natural watchdog and will always make noise, but with proper training, this can be controlled. A Dwarf Spitz will always bark if it notices something strange. They are not runners, and they will not lose sight of you during a walk. It is best to do a puppy training with the pup. This way, the pup also comes into contact with other dogs. If you want to buy a Dwarf Spitz, it is essential to know if the character fits your family.


As a proud owner of a Pomeranian puppy, you want to ensure that he receives all the nutrients needed for healthy development. But what should you consider when choosing the right food?

First and foremost, it's essential to understand that a Pomeranian puppy experiences its most significant growth in the first six months of its life. This critical period requires special care and attention, especially in terms of nutrition. The right nutrition is the foundation for your furry friend's good health and well-being!

A varied diet consisting of high-quality nutrients is crucial. It is strongly discouraged to switch food frequently as this can lead to digestive problems and allergies. Therefore, carefully choose a diet that suits your puppy's needs and stick to it throughout its life. You can assess the quality of the chosen food based on your puppy's health. Look for signs of well-being, such as clear eyes, a shiny coat, and regular bowel movements. A healthy puppy is active and lively, without itching or other discomforts.
Always ensure that clean water is available for your puppy, especially when feeding dry food. Hydration is essential for good health and digestion.

It is also important to gradually transition to a new diet if necessary to avoid potential stomach upset. Let your puppy get used to its new environment and food before making significant changes.
It is crucial to avoid dried treats and bones while feeding, given the risk of choking on shards and residues. Opt instead for food that is good for the teeth, such as raw beef (frozen for at least 3 days) and bones. Limit the amount of raw vegetables such as carrots, peppers, pumpkins, and cucumbers.

It is also wise not to feed your pet human food, such as sausage, bread, pastries, spices, salt, sweets, fat, cabbage, radishes, tomatoes, ice cream, nuts, seeds, cheese with more than 17% fat. This can be harmful to your Pomeranian's small stomach.
Regarding the number of meals: after 3-4 months, it is recommended to feed four times a day. From 4 months to a year, you can switch to feeding three times a day. After a year, you can transition to feeding twice a day. By providing your Pomeranian puppy with a balanced diet and taking good care of him, you are laying the foundation for a long and happy life together. Stay attentive to his needs and enjoy the special bond you will build with him!

As a breeder, we provide super premium dry food and offer comprehensive nutrition advice for your puppy and your adult Pomeranian. We have years of experience with the breed and their food as an Exclusive Pomeranian Breeder.


As passionate Pomeranian breeders, we understand the concerns owners have when welcoming a new puppy into their lives. Guarantees play a crucial role in ensuring peace of mind for future owners, but not all guarantees are the same. Let's explore the warranty conditions offered at Pomeranian Residence and how they stand out from the rest.

12 months of peace of mind

At Pomeranian Residence, we go beyond standard guarantees. While many other breeders and intermediaries offer only a 6-month warranty, our warranty conditions extend over a full 12 months. This warranty is determined by the terms in the Petsecur insurance, a leading pet insurer.

Hereditary conditions and more

While many breeders and intermediaries limit their guarantees to hereditary conditions, we go further. At Pomeranian Residence, we provide a warranty not only for hereditary conditions but also for all other medical costs that may arise during the first year of your puppy's life. With our comprehensive warranty, you are fully protected against unexpected veterinary costs.

Transparency and professionalism

Our warranty conditions are based on transparency and professionalism. We understand that having a pet comes with significant responsibilities, and we strive to support our customers as best as possible. Our warranty conditions are clearly formulated, and we are always available to answer any questions and alleviate concerns.


At Pomeranian Residence, we believe in delivering the highest quality care for our puppies, even after they find their new homes. Our comprehensive warranty conditions are designed to provide you with peace of mind and ensure that your puppy gets the best start in life. Choose Pomeranian Residence and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with our leading warranty conditions. Wishing you and your Fluffball good health and joy!

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