Now that we’ve established some basic outlines of how training should go, it’s time to put it in practice. Now we have to use these principles to make them effective. In order to see the results you want with your Pomeranian you have to consistently use the proper way to conduct training.
So, as we talked about, keep training sessions short and upbeat, making sure you always end in a positive note. It’s important to make the experience enjoyable for your dog; otherwise he will [...] More about: Teaching Your Pomeranian Basic Commands
Now that you have the basic layout for how to get the most out of training your Pomeranian let’s start tweaking some of the things you do in one training session. You might think you’re putting too much effort into 10 minutes per day and if you feel that way then use whichever methods appeal to you and hope for the best.
If you want to make sure you have a well-trained dog that you can be proud of who will obey you even in [...] More about: What is The Best Time For Training Your Pomeranian
Being successful in training your Pomeranian depends on a number of factors. There are many things you can tweak in order to get the most out of a training session but even just doing basics correctly will ensure a high success rate.
Before you start training I feel it’s important to take a moment and discuss your frame of mind. If you’re just starting out for the first time you’re probably quite enthusiastic about it, and that’s good. If, however you don’t really feel like [...] More about: How to Get the Most Out of a Training Session With Your Pomeranian
You’re in the store. You’re looking at the shelves. You see 500 types of bags and boxes of dog food and you’re starting to think you should have taken the day off from work. It seems like it’s going to be impossible to go through them all, and even if, you probably won’t remember specific differences between them.
So how can you know which one is the best for your Pomeranian? Which formulation of food is better? What does an “adult formula” mean? Of course, [...] More about: How and What to Feed Your Pomeranian
Pomeranians are quite vulnerable to very high temperatures. Leaving your dog in a closed car on a hot day is very dangerous. And if that weren’t enough you see people leave their dogs locked up in the car while they go on a quick errand, unaware of how quickly the temperature can rise to deadly levels.
You might be thinking this is only a little short of paranoia and, if you do, I urge you to try this. In a very hot day, get a [...] More about: Signs of Heatstroke in Your Pomeranian and What Can You Do
The Pomeranian is a pretty healthy breed, with a lot fewer possible conditions than you would expect in a toy dog. This is quite surprising and it goes to show what an excellent job the Pomeranian breeders have done.
But it makes sense; the list of hereditary diseases a ball of fur can possibly be susceptible to is bound to be minimal. And ironically, there’s a condition called black skin disease in which the Pomeranian’s fur falls but doesn’t grow back.
But seriously, this is [...] More about: Pomeranian Health Profile And Tricky Hereditary Problems
Unlike other types of dogs, toy dogs require special attention, and this is besides the normal coat caring, nail trimming and bathing. This is because they can get in trouble in seemingly normal circumstances.
Most of this is common sense, you look at a Pomeranian and you already know you shouldn’t let him fight other dogs. Nevertheless, these warnings are here to ensure you know exactly what to expect so you are never surprised and always in control.
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The top aspects when considering whether or not Pomeranians are right for you are time, awareness and willingness to take proper care of your new family member. Obviously your schedule is of utmost importance because the Pomeranian’s most prominent trait is his craving for human affection.
There’s no questioning it, you’re going to love your Pomeranian. He’s a great entertainer and teaching him a new trick is very satisfying. However, improper etiquette can make even the cutest dog a nightmare.
Playing with that sack of [...] More about: How to Figure Out Whether Pomeranians Are Right For You
The Pomeranian comes from the region of Pomerania, now part of Germany and Poland. The breed was originally a herding and sled dog, weighed as much as 30 pounds and had a thick, harsh double coat, which he still retains. At that time a relatively unknown breed, the Pomeranian was popularized by Queen Victoria during her reign.
It is she who made the Pomeranian what he is today. She is credited for both creating the miniature Pomeranian breed as well as popularizing it.
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