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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Pomeranian Puppies should be fed at least 3 times a day. TEACUP POMERANIANS There is only one Pomeranian dog breed in the USA and in all of the other countries in the world. "Teacup" in regard to Pomeranians is a marketing term - and if the dog is truly undersized, it refers to a dangerous tiny dog Teacup Pomeranians are very small types of dogs that look like fluff balls. They are RED,ORANGE,CREAM,SABLE,BLA CK,BROWN,BLUE,BRINDLE,MERL E,PARTI,TRI-COLOR,TANPOINTS,E TC. To make sure that you obtain a healthy, well bred purebred Pomeranian, go to a reputable, honest Pomeranian breeder so that you do not fall into the trap of purchasing a dog that was bred down in size at the cost of the dog's health. Teacup Pomeranians live up to 13-15 years. As far as leaving your Pomeranian home alone: If your miniature Pomeranian is indeed healthy, you can certainly leave her alone while you are gone if you take some safety steps. With Poms that are smaller than the breed standard, they do suggest leaving food out for the day. It's not true that a tiny Pom won't know to eat; it may be more a matter of a pup that size having to eat small amounts throughout the day, perhaps needing food to be softer as hard kibble might be too difficult for her to handle and making sure that her bowl is very shallow so that she can easily reach her food. Descended from large sled dog breeds, the now-tiny Pomeranian has a long and interesting history. The foxy-faced dog, nicknamed the little dog who thinks he can, is compact, active, and capable of competing in agility and obedience or simply being a family friend. There are other names such as, toy or miniature. These dogs are special and fragile. This picture shows the size of the majestic dog
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