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Pomeranians have a medium length double coat, they need to be brushed daily to prevent matting. Regular trims with clippers or grooming scissors is highly recommended, especially around the eyes, mouth and ears and between the foot pads.
Pomeranians can develop separation anxiety when left at home alone for extended periods. Calming pheremones, supplements alongside behavioural training strategies and interactive toys while alone at home can help.
Wonder what the best food for a Pomeranian is? Our vets recommend premium quality, highly digestible formulas which are gentle on the stomach and contain everything your Pomeranian needs to thrive.
Keep your Pomeranian healthy by taking a proactive approach to prevent or manage common health conditions. Luxating patella (kneecaps out of place) is a common health issue of pomeranians which can require surgery, in some cases joint supplements can be helpful, particularly as your Pom ages.
Ensure your Pomeranian is the best dressed at any occasion with a range of cute outfits, stylish collars and tasteful accessories. Keep your Pom warm in the chilly winter months with jackets, jumpers & coats and freshen up their look for summer with collars and accessories in playful patterns and bright colours.
Give your Pomeranian puppy the best possible start in life with premium quality small breed puppy food designed to support healthy bone and joint growth. Other essentials include puppy training pads, chew toys, crates, beds etc...
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