When looking for a pomeranian puppy for sale, you must be aware that this is a high energy breed. They require a half hour of vigorous exercise daily. This can be in the form of running, romping with other dogs or playing fetch. They also need to be trained for basic obedience and agility training. This breed is prone to dental disease which requires regular brushing and visits to the veterinarian for cleanings. They also need to be kept on a healthy diet.
Which Pomeranian is expensive?
Purchasing from a reputable breeder is vital for your dog’s health and well-being. Avoid pet shop and puppy farm puppies, as these are often bred in dirty conditions and will likely have a hard time adapting to your home and lifestyle.
Look for a Breeder with a website and good photos of their current puppies. Check if they are registered with a recognized controlling body for the breed (such as the AKC in the U.S). A good Pomeranian breeder will be able to provide you with a contract that spells out the terms and conditions of your purchase.
The best Pomeranians are those bred by dedicated show breeders. They will have proof of parentage, spend hours planning their breedings and strive for puppies that are true to the Breed Standard. They will be able to provide you with health records and a written warranty for your puppy’s health. They will also be able to give you advice about caring for your new Pom.