Little Bear is a male cream sable Pomeranian puppy.
He was born on February 8, 2014, so he's 10 weeks old now.
Little Bear is a special little guy with a playful personality! He loves to be touched and adores being with people. Little Bear has a beautiful... [read more]
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The Pomeranian, as history shows, is a descendant of the Spitz family of dogs, which are the sled dogs of Lapland and Iceland. The name of the breed comes from the historical region of Pomerania, which is located somewhere in the southern coast of the Baltic Sea (now presently known as Poland and Germany). This breed did not exactly originate there, but because it was most likely bred down to its size now. The larger forms of these dogs were herders of sheep. In the middle of the 19th century, when it was first noticed in Britain, some of the specimens were rumored to weigh as much as 30 pounds and resembled the German wolf spitz in color, coat, and size.
The Kennel Club of England recognized this “spitz” dog in 1870. A Pomeranian nicknamed “Marco” was sent to be the companion of Queen Victoria in England from Florence, Italy in 1888. The Queen was considered as a very popular monarch, which is why the popularity of the breed also grew. As a matter of fact, the Queen is credited for being the advocate of these smaller-sized Pomeranians.
Regular classification of this breed was provided in 1900 in New York, but Pomeranians were already part of the Miscellaneous Class in the United States as early as 1892.
Pomeranians are considered as small toy-sized dogs. The head of a Pomeranian is wedge-shaped and is in proportion with the rest of the body. It has a short, straight, and fine muzzle. It also has a well-pronounced stop. The nose color varies according to the color of the coat. The eyes are considerably almond-shaped, medium-sized, and dark. The teeth are set in a scissors bite. The tail is feathered and lies flat and straight over the back of the Pomeranian. The ears are small, set high, and are erect. The Pomeranian has a double coat that is thick – the outer coat is harsh in texture and is long and straight, while the undercoat is thick, short, and soft. The coat tends to be longer in the chest area and around the neck.
Coat colors and patterns are usually varied, including black, black and tan, wolf sable, red, orange, cream, white, brown, blue, and a lot more.
Pomeranians are considered as lively and proud little dogs. They are very intelligent and are eager to learn new things. A Pomeranian is very loyal to its adoptive family and makes a great companion and show dog. This dog is very affectionate and has a docile temper, which make it very endearing to many people. Considered as one of the most independent dogs under the Toy category, they have to be trained with a gentle but firm hand. They are very inquisitive, active, and alert, which make them really excellent watch dogs.
They have to be introduced properly to other dogs and animals in the house as early as possible so they get along. They could be trained to be docile around children.
Pomeranians are good companions for those who do not have children at home. They also make good companions for elderly persons because of their size.