Pomeranians For Dummies

John Wiley & Sons, 18 . 2011 . - 288 .

Pomeranians are among the fluffiestand most loyalof the tiny dog breeds, but is a Pom the perfect pooch for you?

Distinguished by its vivacity, intelligence, extroversion, and fierce loyalty to its family, the tiny Pomeranian can make an excellent companionfor the right person. As with any breed, and dogs in general, its important for you to know what to expect when you bring a Pom into your life. Whether youre a new or an aspiring Pom owner, Pomeranians For Dummies teaches you everything you need to know to find, choose, raise, care for, and have a ball with a member of that outstanding breed of dog.

How do Poms stack up to other toy dogs? How do you properly socialize a Pom with people and other dogs, so shes well-adjusted? How is caring for tiny dogsespecially when theyre puppiesdifferent from caring for larger breeds? Youll find the answers to these questions and so much more. From finding your canine soul mate to breeding Pomeranians for show or companionship, this fun and practical guide is written in plain English and covers all the bases, including how to:

  • Decide whether the Pom is right for you
  • Find a good Pom breeder
  • Select the perfect Pom for you
  • Make sense of your Poms behavior
  • Train your Pom
  • Keep your Pom happy, healthy, and well-groomed
  • Know what common health problems to look for
  • Take your Pom on the road

Additionally, youll learn ten fun facts about Poms, fun activities to do with your Pom, a cleaning schedule, which household items are dangerous for your pet, and online resources. Get your own copy of Pomeranians For Dummies and start a long, happy, and healthy life with your little buddy.


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Having adopted an adult Pom I had questions that were answered in a simple straight forward way. This is a great book for new dog owners that gives information without assuming that you are knowledgable about even the basics.

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D. Caroline Coile, PhD, has written 26 books and more than 300 articles about dogs. She has received numerous awards and has taught college classes in psychology and animal learning.