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ImPECKable Bentley our AKC Pomeranian Stud

Pomeranians are adorable little puffballs with distinct fox like faces and plumed tails.

Check out these 10 fun facts about Pomeranians:

Pomeranians Facts

  1. The name of the breed comes from Pomerania, which is the region of Northern Europe where they originated.
  2. They are also known affectionately as Poms or Pom Poms.
  3. These small dogs typically weigh around 7 to 10 pounds, but they’re descended from big sled dogs. Hard to believe, right?
  4. Pomeranians weren’t always so little. They used to weigh as much as 20 to 30 pounds before being bred down in size by Queen Victoria of England.
  5. Despite their small stature, they are famous for thinking they can take on big dogs with their little bark. This makes socializing a Pomeranian with other dogs important in order to avoid aggressive behavior.
  6. Martin Luther, a leader of the Protestant Reformation, had a Pomeranian named Belferlein who he often mentioned in his writing.
  7. Mozart dedicated an aria to Pimperl who was his beloved Pomeranian.v
  8. Michelangelo had a Pomeranian by his side as he painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
  9. Pomeranians can make wonderful therapy dogs. They are also trained as hearing assistance dogs.
  10. Despite their furry coat, they don’t require a lot of grooming other than regular brushing, which can help reduce shedding.

ImPECKable Bentley 


ImPECKable Bentley AKC/CKC Pomeranian 3 year old boy Рweight= 7 lbs.

Available for 2018 Breeding Season! Stud Fee=$250.00

Bentley’s smile is so cute!!


Pomeranian ‚Äď Bold and Inquisitive

Inquisitive by nature and cute in size, Pomeranians are a true ‚Äėtoy dog.‚Äô¬†Pomeranians are perky and friendly,¬†amazing, beautiful,¬†cuddle-friendly¬†and a very fluffy breed.¬†¬†Pomeranian is a tiny breed and can be as high as 5 to 11 inches and weigh 3-7 lbs. They come with a double layered, rich textured coat along with a¬†highly¬†plumed tail and a smile, just a few of the things that makes this dog breed so adorable. They come in a wide variety of colors from orange to tan and black to red.¬†

Named after Pomerania, a region in Central Europe, this breed of dog is also called Pom or Pom Pom. The forerunners of this amazingly cute breed of dog were large working dogs from the Arctic regions. These large dogs get referred to as Wolfspitz or Spitz type. So, Pomeranian is considered to be descended from the German Spitz.

In the 1800s, the dogs were a bit larger and were a favorite of Germany’s Queen Victoria. She ran some of the first breeding programs because of which the size of the dogs was breddown to a toy dog using her dogs. She was completely in love with this breed of dog. She used to import smaller Pomeranians of different colors from across European countries.


Pomeranian Suitability as a Family Pet

 Pomeranians are well-suited for human companionship because they are usually easy to keep. Though some of the dogs can be finicky eaters, Pomeranians do not have a tendency towards obesity. They require regular grooming attention almost daily because of their double, fluffy coat. The need to groom may increase during the shedding season.
Mr. Personality!

Pomeranian Personality and Temperament

Pomeranian is a very playful and energetic dog who does not seem to worry about his small stature. They often tackle larger dogs or threaten them verbally (not to overemphasize anything). In an attempt to prove their worth, they can be very aggressive to other dogs.
This friendly dog is known for being a loyal companion. He loves being around his owners and becomes very protective of them. Being one of the intelligent breeds, he is perfect for human companionship. The primary reason they are so popular among masses is their constant desire to please their masters.
Poms are also brilliant as a watchdog because of their alert attitude. They have a tendency to start barking whenever they sense something unusual. Thus, their alertness and cute, small size make them great companions for elderly folks.


Bentley is such a handsome fellow!

Pomeranian Known Health Issues

Life expectancy of a Pomeranian is twelve to sixteen years. If you keep the dog trim and fit, he will come out to be a very sturdy dog. Proper diet and appropriate exercises will keep him active all throughout his life. However, this breed of dog tends to have some of the health issues similar to other dog breeds as well. In case, owners don’t give proper attention to grooming, teeth, ear, and eye cleaning, they can develop health concerns relating to them. Early tooth loss is very common in Pomeranian, so it is highly recommended that you feed them on dry food.
sleepy boy

This small yet bold dog makes an ideal companion for city dwellers and the elderly. As long as they are properly groomed and have regular exercise they will be happy and healthy.