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Teacup Pomeranian is a small, active and adorable dog breed. Like any other type of breeds, the Teacup Pomeranian not only has a long and interesting history behind it but also several positives and negatives. Many people think that Pomerania, an area in northern Poland and Germany, is the place of origin of the Teacup Pomeranian. This is not the case. Teacup Pomeranians originated from the Arctic region where they were bred as sled dogs.
Other members of the royal families who owned this breed include Queen Charlotte, Josephine Beauharnais, and Maria Antoinette. The breed has several names Being one of the smallest Pom, the Teacup breed has acquired several minimalist names from some dog lovers across the world. Another thing to keep in mind is that regardless of the name used; the dog is not a distinct breed.
Most of these names refer to a small-sized Pomeranian weighing between 1. As stated earlier, the Teacup Pomeranian is a small dog with a short and compact body. Teacup poms usually weigh between 3 lbs and 7 lbs. Due to their small size, small weight, better adaptability, and flexibility, the breed is the most suitable for dog owners who live in apartments or story buildings.
The breed has pointy ears and big round eyes. Its tail which elongates on the back side is soft and fluffy all over. The three common types of head shapes you will find in most Poms include the fox head type which is related to the fox and German Spitz dog, the Babydoll face which makes the dog look adorable, and the Teddy bear face which resembles the looks of a teddy bear toy. When it comes to the body texture, the breed has an abundant thick layered coat with a creamy texture. However, when the breed was first discovered in the Arctic region, it had a larger body of up to 20 pounds, and its coat was solid white, heavy and thick.
Pomeranian dogs look so different. The reason for such diverse traits within this breed is what happens during the development of this breed. Some of the standard colors that make this breed to look beautiful and adorable to our eyes include,. Teacup Pomeranian dog takes between 7 to 12 years to show s of aging, but the lifespan can extend up to 15 years. Because of their small size and weight, the breed has a longer lifespan compared to other dog breeds. As long as you take care of your Pomeranian, it can live for full of health until his late teen years. They are incredibly loyal to its owners and love nothing more than cuddling whenever they are relaxed in the couch.
You can search on the internet there are many stories of Teacup Pomeranians with social temperaments and others that bark whenever they are left alone with kids. If you are looking for a breed that gets along with kids, you might want to consider other breeds instead of the sassy Pom puppy. Teacup Poms has fascinating colors which originated a long time from white to the current breeds who have different coats that provide interesting possibilities in appearance.
Red Teacup Pomeranian The reddish-orange puppy is a rare type, and if you happen to come across one, you are lucky. Sometimes it is defined as a rust color, and it is usually the darkest and deepest orange that exist when it comes to the fur. Most people will confuse dark orange with red probably because of its rareness, but someone who knows better about colors can differentiate. White teacup Pom A pure white pom will be snow white without any marks and shades on their coat.
A white pom usually has a solid hue whereby, if any secondary color markings appear; the pom falls into parts category. Orange The orange teacup pomeranian dog colors can range from light to the dark. You have to realize that there is only a thin line between red and dark orange and color blinds will have a problem distinguishing.
A black stripping brings this to an orange brindle and black tipping to an orange brindle. Sable Color This is a sibling pom color that tends to hide in very light pom pictures. It takes a keen observer to recognize the hue and if you have an excellent understanding of the teacup Pomeranians. Sable teacup Pomeranians always have a bright solid base where the sable color reveals itself through the guard hairs which usually has dark tips. Several types of sables exist that include chocolate which has a brown overcoat where guard hairs are black and cream sable which has a light base overcoat where guard hairs are also black.
Cream Teacup Pomeranian Cream Pomeranian varies a bit; it can be very light almost to white. When it reaches down to light brown, one might confuse it with chocolate, but a pom with deep cream usually has black pigmentation while a chocolate one will have drowned points at the nose, paw p, eye rims, and lips. Black A pure black Pom always has deep solid black eye rims, lips paws, and nose without any secondary color but if otherwise happens, it is termed as a parti. You can find some black Poms with some patches or marks which such a Pom into the category of black Poms with white marks, but black poms are usually pure.
Chocolate teacup pomeranian Many chocolates are often are often deep dark. However, some chocolate will appear right almost to cream but will still be considered as chocolate as long as the skin has a dark brown pigmentation which makes it have higher noise. Another thing to keep in mind is that Poms feel overwhelmed when they hear quick movements, loud voices or any terrifying sound. If it is your children who are making quick movements or loud voices, tell them to minimize their movements and lower their voices.
If you like traveling or being away from home more than 5 hours, a Teacup Pomeranian might not be a good dog for you. Since Teacup Pomeranians are so social, they sometimes experience separation anxiety when they are left alone in the house. Separation anxiety can make your dog feel stressed. The negative feelings may make the dog to scratch the walls, chew up the toys and scatter food all over the house.
If you have to leave the dog at home, make sure there are enough food and all the supplies they will need while you are away. Currently, the Teacup Pomeranians are owned by most royals, nobles, actors and actresses, and other celebrities across the world. Teacup dogs just like other breeds also suffer from various health conditions. Some of these health concerns include:. Causes of death for the majority of mini Pomeranians Some of the medical conditions we have mentioned above may lead to the death of a Teacup Pomeranian.
Other things that can also lead to the death of this breed is trauma, viral infections, and gastrointestinal problems. Injuries due falling out of your arms or off the couch may also lead to the death of a Teacup Pom. For instance, the price of a half or mixed breed is lower compared to the price of the purebred Pom. You need to be careful when buying your Pom because some sellers may try to sell you a non-purebred puppy. To avoid falling victim of non-purebred puppies, always buy your puppy from a respected, trusted and reputable breeders only.
Teacup Pomeranians are not hypoallergenic. There is nothing like a hypoallergenic dog. Although this dog does not shed much, the little shedding it does can still affect anyone with an allergy. Those individuals with moderate to minimal allergies can keep a teacup pomeranian without much trouble. This dog is loved by many, and if it finds itself to a shelter by any chance, it will not last a day.
If you find a breeder that only produces teacup Pomeranians, they are either breeding substandard dogs or crossbreeds. The other way of finding a teacup Pomeranian would be to buy one from a family that is willing to sell. There are various online sites where people sell their pets or give them up for adoption such as adopapet. As already stated above, anyone purporting to be a specialized micro pomeranian breeder may not be genuine. According to the American Canine Club, the standard size pomeranian is the recommended breeding size for Poms. A breeder that specializes in producing teacup Poms may be producing mixed breed Pomeranians or producing dogs that may develop health complications.
Make sure you visit the breeding ground and ascertain that they are breeding in a clean environment. When you intend to make your dog your friend, it should come from an environment that encourages socialization. There are many rescue centers and shelters that are focused on Pomeranians and Pomeranian cross breeds but not on tiny Pomeranians. If you are looking to find a teacup Pomeranian for adoption, visit any pomeranian rescue center next to your home. Although there is no guarantee of getting a miniature Pomeranian, there are chances of getting one.
A Teacup Pomeranian dog may be small in size, but it is a good dog to keep as a puppy. To make sure your Pom is disciplined and obeys you all the time, make sure it is sociability trained. You also need to make sure it is taken out for a nature walk and from time to time for exercises.
To prevent some of the medical conditions we mentioned above, Remember to take good care of your puppy. Since Teacup Pomeranian also experience separation anxiety, you need to make sure disturbances within the surrounding are minimal. I have two pomeranians. Are you selling them? Please,please tell me you are willing to sell 1 of them. Do you still have this small dogs??? Please answer me I wanna this dog…. There is NO such thing as a Teacup Pomeranian. That is just a term that some people use to describe a Pom that is smaller than the breed standard.Tiny toy pomeranians for sale
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