Pomeranians are generally healthy. Some Pomeranians have allergies, to tell if your pom has allergies he/she will rub his/her face, and licking there paws constantly. They have eye problems, hip dysplasia, epilepsy (seizures), dental problems, and a few other things. To prevent these issues try choosing your Poms food wisely, at least exercise with your Pomeranian daily, and walk your pom with a harness not a leash because it can prevent neck injuries and collapsed trachea.
Pomeranian dogs are what many people are looking for, a small little lap dog to be lazy with, But thats not all. There are many things you need to be prepared for and things you need to learn about these guys before you get one.Pomeranians need to be brushed mostly a few times a week. They are fluffy playful little dogs and are also amazing lap dogs. Pomeranians need to be trained as early as possible because these little guys can be very demanding. They are lap dogs but they do need exercise to.
The Pomeranian descends form the Hearly spitz family of dogs native to Iceland and Lapland.The Pomeranian, also known as a toy dog weighs at least 3 to 7 pounds. Pomeranians come in all kinds of colors, patterns and different variations. They have a soft fluffy fur coat that needs be brushed regularly. Pomeranians also require daily exercise like walks and play time to. In terms of health issues for this toy breed there is hair loss, and knee issues.
Back in 1870 Pomeranians where introduced into England, and America. Queen Victoria was the first ever person to own the Pomeranian. She said when she died she wanted her favorite pom named Turi to be with her when she died. In 1990 is when the Pomeranians where a members of the toy group.