Regardless of their specific breed, Spitz are great companions. They are affectionate, sociable and get along well with children and other animals, most of them are friendly to strangers. Spitz like to accompany their owner anywhere, they take great pleasure in walking and participating in games with other dogs. By their nature, Spitz are inquisitive and emotional. Pointless barking must be dealt with firmly from puppyhood. Spitz are very clever and easily trained, they are unsurpassed crowd-pleasers. Their smiling, attractive faces and funny tricks will please anyone.

Spitz are divided into several types depending on their size. The most common are the Pomeranians and the Toy Spitz. The Pomeranian Spitz is also sometimes called the Miniature or Dwarf Spitz or the PomPom Dog. All these names are synonymous with the same breed. The Pomeranian is the smallest variety of Spitz. Height varies from 18 to 22.5 cm. Weight can be from 1.7 kg to 3.5 kg, depending on the strength of the core and the condition of the dog. The Toy Spitz is also called the Keeshond or the German Spitz.

The Pomeranian dogs will live between 12 and 16 years, though some will live even longer.

We recommend bathing a male Pomeranian once a week and a female Pomeranian at most every two weeks. Pomeranians should be bathed quite frequently. It’s a myth that this will damage the coat or skin. In reality, it stimulates hair growth and is the best way to keep the skin and coat healthy. Flaky, dry skin, often attributed to excessive bathing, is more often the result of inadequate nutrition.

We highly recommend you to come and visit us and see the puppies and parents and then decide and buy a puppy. However if it is totally impossible for you, we can also deliver the puppy to you.
We recommend you not to buy a puppy from someone who doesn’t give you the opportunity to visit the puppy and parents. There are many more internet puppy scams around than there ever used to be. It’s partly due to the internet and how people can manipulate information to get what they want, namely the money in your pocket.The dogs are real but aren’t the property of the puppy scammers. Photos are stolen from top breeders websites.Often the photos are photoshopped to make the puppy look very small, extra cute and appealing.

The Spitz Boo – this is not the name of a breed, it’s the name of a famous type of haircut for Pomeranians which is created with clippers. (We strongly advise against giving your Spitz this kind of haircut as the coat will not grow back properly after being clipped).

There is no dog breed, such as Teacup Pom, Miniature Pomeranian, Mini Pomeranian, Toy Pomeranian, Pocket Pomeranian, Miniature Poms, Micro Teacup Pomeranian or Pomeranian Teacup exist….just POMERANIANS. “Teacup” in regard to Pomeranians is a marketing term. However, this term may be used by breeders (or Puppy scammers) as a verb (meaningful small) to describe a Pomeranian that falls on the low end of the accepted weight scale.

The best age to buy a Pomeranian puppy is anytime between 12-16 weeks old

To take care of the Pomeranian, it is above all to take care of its fur. He has a very thick coat and must therefore be used from a young age to take care of him. It’s simple to brush the outer coat so your dog looks great. However, you must also brush the undercoat to prevent it from becoming matted.
We advise you to brush your companion every day. This will avoid getting knots in its fur. Brushing your dog in the direction of his tail towards his head. The skin massage provided during the brushing improves blood circulation, strengthens the hair follicles, distributes body oil and contributes to the change of the so-called baby hair.