A Beginners Guide to Pomeranians by Linda Pfeiffer

A Beginners Guide to Pomeranians

byLinda Pfeiffer

Kobo ebook | November 19, 2012

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The Pomeranian is a descendant of the ancient Spitz breeds of the far north. These original Spitz family dogs were the sled dogs from Iceland and Lapland. These breeds were brought to Europe from the Prussian region of Pomerania (an area that's part of Germany and Poland today) and used to herd sheep. These original dogs weighed as much as 30 pounds. In the 1800's Queen Victoria established a kennel for breeding these dogs, but asked the breeders to develop a breed in a smaller size, since she preferred small dogs. Over time, the breed was developed down to its current size of 4-5 pounds. The Pomeranian that we know today was not in existence until the 19th century. Because of their natural showmanship, this breed became a favorite among those who like to show dogs and among the circus. Pomeranians are talented at agility and many types of tricks.

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Title:A Beginners Guide to PomeraniansFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 19, 2012Publisher:Axel PublishingLanguage:English

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