Pomeranian
Pomeranian

The origins of the breed: Pomeranian (German Spitz Miniature) is the smallest of the Spitz family of dogs and comes from a region of Germany known as Pomerania. The breed was imported to England in the 19th century, where he was put all in a smaller and smaller sizes. But, like his ancestors, he retains the characteristic small, triangular ears, pointed muzzle, and feathered tail, which throws back. This is one of the most popular dog toys, and especially popular with people who spend a lot of time indoors or can not keep a dog that requires a lot of space.

 

The original use: Companion Dog


Breed standards:

Classification: 5 Group. Spitz and their prototypes. Without working trial


Size: height Wolfspitz / Keeshond 49cm + / -6 cm

                         
Big Spitz 46 cm + / - 4 cm

                         
Middle Spitz 34cm + / - 4 cm

                         
Small Spitz 26cm + / - 3 cm

                         
Miniature (Pomeranian, tsverngshpitsa) 20cm + /-2cm
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The proportions of the body: 1:1 - square (ratio of length to body height)

Color: The color coat may be of different colors, shades and patterns.

Character: This little dog will not necessarily hurt vrednichat, but it will "blow the whistle" on the approach to the company. Pomeranian, in exchange for his communication needs additional grooming.

 

Movement: Free, confident, straight.

The average life expectancy of 15 years.

 

Vices: a) nezarosshy fontanelle

             
b) overshot or undershot

             
c) semi-erect ears

             
g) plain white spots at the Spitz

             
d) the entropy, or ectropion (eye disease)

 

Males should have two testicles fully descended into the scrotum during adulthood.


Of particular interest: a delicacy, a company that walks in the summer outdoors.