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Pet Training Guides
Need some guidance on training your dog, here's a great resource with lots of information for all sorts of behavioral issues.
Make them Behave
Remember to always stay calm with your dog. Dogs respond better to positive reinforcement instead of negative. Instead of scolding your dog for doing something bad, redirect the behavior and reward them for doing the good thing.
Food that They Need
Quality nutrition is important for the Pomeranian breed. As a smaller breed they are more prone to health issues such as obesity, collapsing trachea, and knew problems. Keeping their weight down can help to avoid many of these issues. Feeding the right food is essential to a long happy life with your pom.
Do's and Don'ts
Don't ever scold your dog.
Do reward good behavior.
Don't leave your dog in a crate for more than 8 hours.
Do maintain a consistent routine your dog can rely on.
When selecting a food it is best if the first ingredient isn't a byproduct or meal. You want a good protein, such as chicken, to be the main ingredient. Having routine checkups with your vet and annual blood work can help ensure your dog is getting the right diet.
Healthy Recipes for Pets
Here's a dog treat recipes we love!
Pomeranians are one of the most colorful breeds
Did you know that Pomeranians come in almost every color? Even the AKC recognizes a long list of colors in Pomeranians as being acceptable for their breed standards. Everything from your more common red Pomeranian to a more rare Blue Merle.