Breeding dogs is an avocation for the many who produce any number of breeds for consumers. This is a very large audience with any number of needs, usually wanting canines either for companions in a home, or even as specific working types. The various markets also share the avocation, since canines are not actually considered products.
Although they can be exchanged commercially, with various pricing and price concerns, most if not all become parts of households. Pomeranian breeders know this specifically as a process in which the breed they help bring into consumer hands are going to perform or be specific to the qualities they are known for. The breed traverses the boundary of lap dogs and those which could guard the home and they are a sturdy enough kind.
Dogs of course have some basic qualities that are usually similar, differing only in degrees or levels. Thus there is variance among breeds, as to how they are effective workers, how they their sense of smell or sight works, or are friendly and companionable. Most of the larger types are always tasked for some kind of outdoor work.
For smaller pets like the Pomeranian, the main job is usually being in or around the home and do guard duty. Although this duty is not like a full time security job, dogs are wonderful guards that even burglars respect. They are hard to fool and can smell mischief in strange persons approaching their territories.
The home is the Pomeranian territory and he works hard to make it safe. Also, his attachment to masters or their families is firm and he is the friendlier kind of dog. His face often has a warm smile, and it is a natural characteristic developed for it. His fur is medium thick and is an excellent protection against cold.
His native or original region in Pomerania suffer from the coldest winters. Thus he is great to have in the temperate zones and those who have this type out in tropical climates could have more intensive need of grooming. It sheds in warm weather, during spring or summer, and he needs to have his fur and skin checked often when hot.
Otherwise this is a very healthy breed and when bloodlines are great, you are assured that no genetic anomalies are present. These are usually those which are really adverse for any kind of pet. They do not usually develop sicknesses that are related to the environment of the food they eat, but do have these given to them through parents.
In any case there are certain conditions which are most common in the canine. These are part of their makeup and because they will not be in the wild, they will have more alternatives provided them by owners. When you take good care of a Pomeranian in terms of grooming and basic health necessities, it will thrive.
This is not a risky dog, although at times he will be playful. The normal items for teething, ID found on collars, leashes and the right kind of food is necessary. His diet should be checked or planned by a vet since there are some foods in the market that help him develop some adverse conditions as he ages.