Pomeranian Breeders Eugene OR

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Midnight Sky Farm
(541) 686-1240
Eugene, OR
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Labrador Retriever
Certifications
AKC Certified

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Senflower Anatolians
(541) 747-0094
37064 Wallace Creek Rd
Springfield, OR
Breeds
Anatolian Shepherd Dog

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Abingdon Border Collies
(541) 913-8447
27262 Highway 36
Cheshire, OR
Breeds
Border Collie

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Lisotty French Bulldog
(541) 756-1820
12120 Wildwood Dr
North Bend, OR
Breeds
French Bulldog

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Midnight Sky Farm
(541) 686-1240
Eugene, OR
Breeds
Labrador Retriever
Certifications
AKC Certified

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Marsan Kennel
(877) 385-9120
2040 W 18th Ave
Eugene, OR
Breeds
Poodle, Standard

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Quail Run Cavaliers
(541) 726-3850
35561 Westminster St
Pleasant Hill, OR
Breeds
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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Windsong Farm English Bulldogs
(541) 401-7935
41965 Cut Off Dr
Lebanon, OR
Breeds
Bulldog

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Rose City Alaskan Klee Kai
(503) 803-4998
2401 SW 1st St
Gresham, OR
Breeds
Alaskan Klee Kai

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High Valley Miniature Australian Shepherds
(541) 910-3900
160 N 10th St
Union, OR
Breeds
Miniature Australian Shepherd

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Pomeranian Information, Pictures of Pomeranians

Pomeranian Dogs

Pomeranians are little dogs with “big dog” personalities. While lively, friendly and fun, they can be slightly territorial. They grow very attached to their owners and can develop a protectiveness that makes them suspicious of strangers. This not only makes for a loyal, tried-and-true companion, it makes for a superb watchdog. Pomeranians, though small, can really deliver on the barks when a stranger approaches the house.

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What They Are Like to Live With

In spite of this protectiveness, Pomeranians are not too clingy or codependent. And they’ll get along with every member of the family, including other pets, as long as they’re introduced properly.

Intelligent, busy and curious, they have a lovable independence. But they crave your attention and playtime, sometimes responding by standing on their hind legs and barking happily.

Things You Should Know

Pomeranians can sometimes be stubborn and willful, and they can easily dominate a weak-willed owner. A firm but friendly hand is needed day-to-day, especially when it comes to their barking. Pomeranians love to bark and bark and bark, sometimes for arbitrary reasons. If taught at an early age to limit the noise, they will.

Always keep Poms on a leash. Like other proud and small breeds, they are blissfully unaware of their size. They have the tendency to “take on” larger dogs, so always keep them close and protect them from conflict.

Pomeranians can shed quite a bit and need daily brushing to prevent tangling. Check their ears and ears regularly, and make sure they get scheduled visits to the dentist—Pomeranians’ teeth tend to gather tartar easily. They are very happy living in apartments as long as they get regular exercise and human interaction.

A healthy Pomeranian can live as long as 15 years. Common health issues include eye problems, dislocated kneecaps, tooth loss and molting.

Pomeranian History

Descended from the Spitz family—specifically the sled dogs of Lapland and Iceland— Pomeranians were originally big, sturdy herders of sheep. Over time, they were bred down to a smaller size, becoming cherished pets of Marie Antoinette, Mozart and (famously) Queen Victoria, whose preference for small Pomeranians created a worldwide demand. During the late 1800s they came to the U.S., and the American Pomeranian Club held its first show in 1911. Ever since, their good temper and small size have made them an enduring favorite in the U.S.

The Look of a Pomeranian

Overall, Pomeranians have a poised and proud carriage. Compact, sturdy and fluffy with slightly rounded, wedge-shaped heads, straight muzzles and pointy ears, they sometimes have a fox-like appearance. They have dark, deeply set eyes and an overall alert and lively expression. Their undercoats are dense and soft, their outer coats rough, profuse and puffy, while their feathered tails curl over the back. Coats can be nearly any color, but the most common are red, orange...

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