A practical guide to caring for Pomeranian dogs, providing an overview of the breed's history, discussing where to purchase a dog or puppy, and offering information and advice on nutrition, grooming, health care, training, showing, breeding, and the older years.Even the most promising Pom pup can change as it grows up and may not reach the full show potential you had hoped. lf ... One of the many pleasures of owning a purebred Pomeranian is pride of ownership and the variety of activities in which ... For example, you might call your Pom Max, but you might give him a fancy, longer name for his official registration. ... so that Pom aficionados will know his kennel of origin and his breeder. lf you purchase Max as a young puppy born in 44anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Pomeranian Handbook|
|Author||:||Sharon Lynn Vanderlip|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 2007-01|