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The Pomeranian breed is hundreds of years old and originally comes from Germany. The breed was originally bred as a guard dog and was much loved by the European aristocracy. The Pomeranian is a smaller version of the Keeshond and is sometimes referred to as the Pomeranian. In the late 19th century, the breed was exported to other parts of the world and became popular as a companion dog.


The Pomeranian is known for its lively and alert character. This breed is playful and active, and often has a lot of energy. Pomeranians are also very loyal and affectionate and bond strongly with their owners. However, they also have an independent streak and can be stubborn at times. Pomeranians are generally good with children and other pets if socialized at a young age.


Pomeranians have an average life expectancy of 12 to 16 years. As with all dog breeds, Pomeranians can suffer from certain health problems. Common health problems in this breed include luxating patella (a condition where the kneecap can slip out of place), eye problems, and dental problems. Regular checkups at the vet and proper care can help prevent these problems.


The Pomeranian's coat is thick and fluffy and requires regular grooming. It is important to brush the coat at least a few times a week to prevent tangles and keep the coat healthy. During shedding, daily brushing may be necessary to remove excess fur. Pomeranians also need regular exercise to stay healthy and burn off energy. Short walks and play sessions in the yard are usually sufficient.

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