Pomeranian - the smallest spitz of Germany


Dog breed : seen here is puffy yellow golden hair coat Pomeranian, the smallest Spitz of Germany.

Queen Victoria exhibited Pomeranian at the Cruft show in 1891. It was developed in the northen of Germany from larger spitz.

type : toy dog, companion dog, good watchdog

country of origin : Germany

since : 1800s

height : 27cm ( 10in )

weight : 2 - 3kg ( 4 - 6lb )

coat : puffy yellow golden hair coat, black, light brown and red, coat takes 3 years to reach its' full grown, dense undercoat and straight outer coat

temperament : friendly, active, easy to train, alert to stranger, sometimes may barks unnecessarily

characteristics : spitz-like, puffy hair, harsh long curly hair tail

feeding : one third to half can of meat with biscuits in equal amount

exercise : moderate but prolonged period of exercise

grooming : brush everyday with stiff brush and regular trim

**other breeds that look almost alike : Klein and Mittel Spitz of Germany.

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