Pomeranian Puppies at the Dalton Household
We have two wonderful, fun and fluffy Pomeranian puppies.
This picture is taken at 10 weeks old on August 28th.
Click on the picture to get to the Flicker Website and larger pictures - the older black dog on the bottom of this page is the Father.
INFORMATION ON BREED
The Pomeranian is a breed of dog in the spitz family, named for the Pomerania region of Historical Eastern Germany, which is today part of northern Poland and part of modern eastern Germany, and classed as a toy dog breed because of its small size. As determined by the FCI the Pomeranian is part of the German Spitz breed, and in German and many foreign speaking countries known as the the Zwergspitz, or Toy German Spitz.
The Pomeranian is a very active dog who is intelligent, courageous, and a loyal companion. Pomeranians enjoy walking, and are fit for apartment life.
Pomeranians can be trained to be good watchdogs. These dogs can be trained to also bark on command, otherwise they rarely use their vocal cords.
The Pomeranian easily adapts to life in the city, and is an excellent dog for country living with its strong hunting instincts from its wild ancestors.
Pomeranians are generally a healthy, hardy, and long-lived breed. Poms often live 12–16 years. Some very healthy Poms have even been known to live 18-20 years.
Here is a look alike in Toronto I found on You Tube