Pomeranian Puppies & Dogs For Sale/Adoption (Page 1)

If your looking to adopt a purebred Pomeranian or mix for sale near you use the search box to find dogs in your area, or browse all the listings! If you can't find the puppy or dog you are looking for - you can always contact a Pom breeder in our extensive breeder directory to see if any pups or dogs are available. Before buying a pup please consider adoption.
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AKC Kayden Merle Pomeranian Ready Now

AKC Kayden Merle Pomeranian Ready Now Pomeranian for sale/adoption
Jacksonville, Florida 32220

Little Cream Male Pomeranian

Little Cream Male Pomeranian Pomeranian for sale/adoption
Lafayette, Louisiana 70503

Tiny Pekapom puppies

Tiny Pekapom puppies Pomeranian for sale/adoption
West bend, Wisconsin 53095

CKC Pomeranians

CKC Pomeranians Pomeranian for sale/adoption
Hannibal, New York 13074

Pomeranian puppies in Florida

Pomeranian puppies in Florida Pomeranian for sale/adoption
Gainesville, Florida 32601

CKC Pomeranian's

CKC Pomeranian's Pomeranian for sale/adoption
Sidney, Maine 04330

1 beautiful cream female Pomeranian

1 beautiful cream female Pomeranian Pomeranian for sale/adoption
Hill Point, Wisconsin 53937

AKC Pomeranian puppies

AKC Pomeranian puppies Pomeranian for sale/adoption
Elkland, Missouri 65644

Pomeranian Breed Basics

The Pomeranian (also known as a Pom or Pom Pom) is closely related to the German Spitz. The average owner will tell you that this toy dog is a marvelous companion and makes for a great lap dog, This fluffy little fur ball is a great addition to any good home.

The Pomeranian is descended from larger working dogs from the Arctic. The name is derived from a region that spans an area that covers parts of Poland and Germany on the Baltic Sea. Although the breed originated in Germany, the modern dog was developed in the UK during the 18th and 19th century.

The Pomeranian owner will typically find his dog to be affectionate and playful. The breed's even-keeled temper and friendly nature endear it to many. For a toy breed it is fairly independent and unlike some other breeds in this class can be left alone for short periods of time At time it will need a firm, gentle hand.

Pomeranians have a thick, double coat, thee outer coat is long, straight, and harsh in texture while the undercoat is soft, thick and short. They comes in a huge array of colors: white, black, brown, red, orange, cream, blue, sable, black and tan, brown and tan, spotted, brindle, plus combinations of those colors. Merle is a more recent addition to the line - is a combination of a solid base color with a lighter mottled bluish grey color. They weigh between 3 and 8 pounds

Similar Breeds

The dogs listed below have similar characteristics or traits to a Pomeranian