Pomeranian Dogs & Puppies for Sale

The Pomeranian is believed to be a descendent of the German Spitz breed that was used in Iceland to pull sleds. The Pomeranian breed is thought to have developed when the German Spitz was transported to the southern coast of the Baltic Sea; to a place named Pomerania. Today, the Pomeranian is much loved for its adorable appearance and charismatic personality.

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Bruno - A Loving Pomeranian Puppy for Sale

Bruno

Pomeranian

£3,200

Gender: Male

Age: 39 Week

Colour: Cream

Coat: Long

Type : Family Pet

Date of Birth: 25-08-2021

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Honey - A Charming Pomeranian Puppy for Sale

Honey

Pomeranian

£5,000

Gender: Female

Age: 39 Week

Colour: Cream

Coat: Long

Type : Show Potential

Date of Birth: 25-08-2021

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Molly - A Chocolate Pomeranian Puppy for Sale

Molly

Pomeranian

£3,500

Gender: Female

Age: 41 Week

Colour: Chocolate

Coat: Long

Type : Show Potential

Date of Birth: 15-08-2021

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Frankie - An Affectionate White Pomeranian Puppy for Sale

Frankie

Pomeranian

£4,500

Gender: Male

Age: 39 Week

Colour: White

Coat: Long

Type : Show Potential

Date of Birth: 23-08-2021

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Meet the Pomeranian

    The Pomeranian is a small glamorous-looking dog breed with a fine-boned compact body, short neck, and dainty cat-like paws. Their heads are fox-shaped with erect rounded ears and a short, straight muzzle. The tail is set high on this breed and spreads out in an impressive plume over the back. Their legs are slightly muscled, short, and of equal length. The hindquarters are moderately bent and sit well under the set of the tail. Pomeranians have dark-coloured, almond-shaped eyes that are set well into the skull.

    When it comes to their coats, Pomeranians boast a thick, double-layer coat. The undercoat is soft and fluffy whereas the top layer is long and straight. They also have a long fringe of fur around their hindquarters which adds to their ‘filled-out’ appearance. Due to their thick coats, these dogs require regular brushing to prevent matts and tangles from forming. A brush every other day is best. Pomeranians come in a wide range of coat colours including chocolate, tan, red, sable, and brindle (black stripes on a gold, red, or orange background).

    Pomeranians are the smallest member of the Spitz family, weighing on average between 1-3kg. Interestingly, these dogs were not always so small. They used to weigh between 9 and 13kg before Queen Victoria bred them down in size.

    Pomeranian Temperament

    The Pomeranian is a confident and energetic little canine with a very affectionate nature. These dogs love to be the centre of attention! Pomeranians are known to form very strong bonds with one family member in particular so they are probably not the best option for first time dog owners or families. They are also prone to suffering from separation anxiety so are best suited to people who are at home for most of the day. Pomeranians can get along with other dogs however, care does need to be taken as these dogs have a very protective and territorial streak which can lead to aggression. They are not best suited to households with smaller pets as they have a relatively high prey drive.

    Pomeranians are highly intelligent animals so they do well with clicker training and learning new commands. However, you must begin training when your Pomeranian is a puppy, as these spirited dogs have a mischievous streak and will eagerly to take control if allowed! These dogs usually reach maturity at around 10 months old and as they get older, they are more inclined to become lap lovers! If your Pomeranian has been well socialised and well-trained, he will become an adored, comical, and active member of the family.

    As these dogs are descended from working sleigh dogs, they do require daily exercise. A 30 minute-1 hour walk per day should be enough for this miniature breed. However, you should also ensure your Pomeranian has plenty of play opportunities to keep his active brain stimulated. Otherwise, he may become bored and destructive. It is worth noting that these dogs love the sound of their own voices so it is best to train them not to bark from an early age!

    10 Reasons to Add a Pomeranian to your Family

      1. They are loyal and affectionate: These dogs live for their owners and enjoy receiving attention; whether that’s through fun games or a cuddle on the sofa. They are also incredibly loyal and have even been known to follow their favourite person around the house!

      2. Their high intelligence: Pomeranians are very intelligent and are also generally very eager to please, which makes them easy to train. Training routines should be consistent with this breed as they do have a bit of a stubborn streak!

      3. They are playful: Despite their small size, Pomeranians are highly active and playful characters. They particularly love to chase toys.

      4. Their puppy-like personalities: Pomeranians keep their puppy-like playfulness well into adulthood and they love to keep their owners entertained with their clown-like antics. This is just one of the reasons why these dogs are loved worldwide.

      5. They do not require much exercise: Due to their small frame and short legs, Pomeranians do not require excessive exercise. 30 minutes to an hour is all that is needed per day, as long as they are mentally stimulated in the home for the rest of the day!

      6. Their adorable appearance: These cute dogs are like fluffy teddy bears in their looks. Couple this with their endearing personalities and it's not hard to see why these dogs are so popular!

      7. They are adaptable: These dogs can happily live in a range of home environments, from small apartments to large houses.

      8. They are adventurous: Pomeranians don’t shy away from a challenge! They have even been known to make pretty good guard dogs. If they sense something is wrong in the home, they will quickly alert you with their characteristic yap!

      9. Their silly antics: These dogs are a joy to be around as they perform numerous comical behaviours when excited, such as spinning round in circles non-stop whilst barking!

      10. They are lapdogs: Pomeranian’s love nothing more than to curl up on the lap of their favourite human at the end of a long day running around and performing like a clown!

      Best Homes for Pomeranians

        Pomeranians can live just as comfortably in a small apartment as in a house with a large garden. They are ideal for couples who spend most of their time at home as these dogs do not do well when left alone. They are not best suited to families with young children as they are known to become a bit snappy when play gets too rough. However, they can make good companions for older children. Pomeranians require a lot of mental stimulation to remain happy, and they require consistent training to ensure they don’t develop any unwanted behavioural habits. For this reason, you must ensure you have the time and commitment to devote to this minute but feisty canine! 

        Frequently Asked Questions About Pomeranian Puppies

        Why choose a Pomeranian from The Pedigree Paws rather than elsewhere?
        Kitten and puppy mills are now illegal in the UK yet there are still a number of unlicensed breeders out there who are making money by keeping these animals in unsuitable conditions. Here at The Pedigree Paws, we follow a strict breeder selection process to ensure we only work with the best breeders in the UK and Europe who uphold the highest standards of animal welfare. This reassures our customers that their new puppy has been well socialised and appropriately weaned.
        Is a Pomeranian the right pet for me?
        Pomeranians are playful, and loveable companions that tend to form strong bonds with one family member in particular. With this one person they will be very affectionate and will happily curl up on your lap for a snuggle. However, these dogs have a bit of a protective streak which means they can become aggressive with strangers if not trained properly from a young age. These dogs generally get along well with older children but they are not best suited to families with young children as they are known to become snappy when play gets too rough. The miniature Pomeranian is also highly intelligent and very eager to please which makes them relatively easy to train. They love the stimulation that comes with clicker training and need to be provided with plenty of interactive toys to keep their strong minds active! Pomeranians can get along with other dogs and cats if they are brought up together from a young age. However, it is best to supervise all interactions between your pets due to the Pomeranian’s territorial streak. If trained properly, these dogs can make very sweet companions that will keep you entertained with their clown-ish behaviours and puppy-like personalities.
        Is The Pedigree Paws trustworthy?
        It can be difficult finding a reputable breeder as there is just so much choice! However, here at The Pedigree Paws we have done the work for you and chosen the best breeders in the UK and Europe. So, you can be certain that you are buying a healthy Pomeranian puppy if you buy from us. We pride ourselves on being completely transparent as a business, which has helped us to build up complete trust with our customers. You can read our success stories for yourself on our website.
        Are Pomeranian puppies from The Pedigree Paws healthy?
        All our puppies are health checked by a licensed vet before they are rehomed. We also ensure they are microchipped, dewormed, and have received all of their initial vaccinations before they move on to their forever homes. In addition, we make sure that all of our puppies come from parents that have been DNA checked, to ensure there are no hereditary health conditions present. For added peace of mind, we also DNA check all of our puppies. If the tests come back clear, you will know that your Pomeranian puppy is unlikely to develop any detrimental health issues during its life.
        Can I see the parents of a Pomeranian puppy?
        It is always more reassuring to see your puppy with its parents, so we can set up a video call between you and the breeder to show you the puppies with their mother or both parents.
        Will I receive the pedigree documents of a Pomeranian puppy?
        All our puppies come with pedigree documents from internationally recognised dog welfare organisations, such as the KC, FCI, and AKC. The exact registration will depend on the location of the breeder.
        Do Pomeranian puppies from The Pedigree Paws come from good breeders?
        Here at The Pedigree Paws, we pride ourselves on only offering puppies from the very best breeders in the industry who adhere to the strict animal welfare policies set by internationally recognised welfare organizations. Our breeders adore their animals and work tirelessly to protect their health and wellbeing. All our puppies are also raised in family home environments rather than commercial breeding facilities, which ensures that every individual is well cared for.
        When can I receive my Pomeranian puppy?
        The prospect of adding a new canine member to your family is so exciting isn't it! We understand you will be eager to meet your puppy as soon as you can. However, early weaning can be detrimental to the development and health of a puppy. So, we prefer all our puppies to stay with their parents and siblings until they are 10-13 weeks old. This is only a guide though, and you can discuss the exact timescale with the breeder.
        How can I help settle my Pomeranian puppy into their new home?
        Pomeranians are very confident characters. However, as with all dogs, they can be anxious in new environments. So, you must allow your new puppy the time he needs to settle into his new home, and provide plenty of reassurance along the way. Here are a few additional ways you can help your Pomeranian puppy adapt to his new home: Perhaps most importantly, we recommend that you ask the breeder to send your puppy along with a towel or blanket with their mother's scent. This will help your puppy to feel safe and secure in his new home. You should also set up a comfortable bedding area in a quiet part of your home as young puppies can sleep for up to 19 hours a day! Plus, it will give your new canine companion somewhere to retreat to when he is feeling overwhelmed. You should only allow your new puppy access to one room of the house at a time. Once your puppy appears comfortable, you can then slowly introduce them to other parts of the home. Begin potty training from the very beginning and use a reward-based system to reassure your puppy that he is doing the right thing. It is important to be patient during this process, and expect a couple of accidents along the way. Introduce family members and other pets slowly so your puppy has time to adjust to his new life and all of its inhabitants!
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