Pomeranians are an adorable bunch, known for being overwhelmingly cute lapdogs. But despite their attractive appearance, the Pomeranian is all dog inside, and perhaps all types rolled into one little furball.
Poms are known to be fearless and will often bark and act aggressively towards other dogs, even larger ones.
This is perhaps because Pomeranians are not always so little until they were bred down to their tiny small size of today, these little pups actually were bred down from sled dogs.
These dogs have no shortage of personality, but the most endearing is that they are one of the most fiercely loyal and owner friendly dogs with personalities ranging across both ends of the spectrum.
Some are grumpy, yet some are most playful, these differences become all the more apparent when you group them all together and be prepared for some noise because when Poms get together, they would be noisy.
It is like if you translate their bark, you could almost hear one of them say, ” hey fellow poms come on its too quiet lets bark altogether now”!
Poms are known to be used as therapy dogs because of their playful and easy to get along with nature, and it helps that they are one of the most handsome and cute dogs with all the right proportions.
Some of them are even trained as hearing assistance dogs to significant effect. Owning a Pomeranian can be rewarding, if not for this dog’s playful antics who love to be the center of attention. Regular checkups and trips to the vets are needed as with all dogs you care about.
These traits make them ideal for homes with small youngsters as they really come into their element with little ones. Want to see how playful Poms are?
Check out this funny video on page 2.