The smallest member of the German Spitz group, the Pomeranian is characterized by an upright tail that tilts forward over its body. This breed is a devoted and affectionate companion.
The coat takes three years to reach full maturity, the whole colours include white, red orange, grey, and black.
History of Pomeranian
This breed is thought to have developed in northern Germany from larger spitz dogs.
Despite its diminutive size it makes a good watchdog.
Long, erect, dense outer coat consists of base coat. The collar and shoulders coat is longer than in other parts of the body and the skin is completely well. The legs and tail are also long-haired, big mouth, the ears, the legs and the back of the front part of the bottom is covered with short hair. The hair is never curly by the Spitz.
The following colors are permitted:
Miniature Spitz: white, brown, black, blue, orange, yellow, cream and gray wolf;
Small Spitz: white, brown, black, orange and gray wolf;
Middle-sized Spitz: white, brown, black, orange and gray wolves.
The eyes are dark in color, and each version must be so.
The Spitz lively, cheerful, active and energetic dogs. Quite intelligent, love to learn, loyal to their master, but not violent, watch and like bark. The smallest version of the PICC miniature small stature, but is not that impression, and a little too confident. The Spitz master holds a clear understanding of the boundaries of, and not so alone in venturing out.
These dogs usually get along well with other dogs, but if you use another (much) larger dogs behaving violently attacks them or with them, sometimes forget their size is small. Such individuals must defend their owner - themselves. The dwarf or small Spitz is not a good choice for children with violent nature, as these dogs too much annoying noise and bustle.
With domestic animals, such as cats together are usually not a problem.
Identification keys of Pomeranian
- erect, fox-like ears
- hars, long hair on tail