Pomeranians, more popularly known as ‘Poms’, make for excellent pets especially for ones that prefer to stay indoors. Their seemingly inexhaustible energy to bark makes them perfect watchdogs securing the home and hearths of their masters. So, if you’re thinking of going for a Pomeranian as your pet or already have one, then you should do all you can to express your gratefulness for her unrequited love.
Since Pomeranians tend to digest food rather quickly, you should see to it that her food bowl remains filled all through the day. However, it doesn’t mean that you should make your pet overeat. From 6-months old onwards, taking foods twice or thrice daily will suffice for the entire period of her life.
Take care of your pet Pomeranian just as you’d tend to your kids. Buy a dog’s toothpaste and toothbrush and brush her teeth at least once every day. Since Pomeranians are prone to losing their canines and incisors quite early, regularly brushing their teeth will delay the process that’ll ultimately enable them to stay healthy in the long run.
Give your pet a bath with a shampoo (for dog) and conditioner once in a month in any case. Completely dry the fur with a blower after bath and smoothen the fur with a fine brush.
Keep your Pomeranian physically active by engaging her in playing games with you. Provision a comfortable and secure place for the pet that she can retire to at the end of the day.