Pomeranian Puppies For Sale in Namibia

Pomeranian Puppies For Sale in Namibia

What is Pomeranian Puppies?

The Pomeranian is a true “toy” dog, with an ideal height of eight to 11 inches and weight of only three to seven pounds (one to three kilograms). They are often at mature size by seven to 10 months of age. Pomeranians are easily recognized by their luxuriant fluffy double coat and foxy face with alert, prick ears.

Pomeranian Puppies For Sale in Namibia

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which Pomeranian is more expensive?

Dilute genes are recessive, which is why this color is so unusual. In fact, lavender Pomeranians can cost $4,000 or more because they are so rare! Lavender Pomeranians are the rarest and most expensive of the Pomeranians.

How much is a Pomeranian in rands?

How much does a Pomeranian cost in South Africa? Depending on where you choose to adopt a puppy, prices range from R6000+. If you need assistance with finding your perfect pup, contact The Dog Broker SA.

How long does a Pomeranian live?

The life expectancy of a Pomeranian is 12 to 16 years. A well-bred dog on a good diet with appropriate exercise will have few health problems; if kept trim and fit, the Pomeranian is a sturdy dog.

Which Colour Pomeranian is best?

Orange Pomeranians are the most popular color and are also the most common to see. Colors such as black, white, brown, and gray are also common. Solid coated colors are normally easier to find than patterned, parti or tri colors. Patterns like sable, merle and brindle are much harder to breed.

Why are Pomeranians so expensive?

Pomeranians come in several different color patterns, and some are in greater demand than others. Those in greatest demand usually cost more than those with more common color patterns. Solid-colored Pomeranians are the rarest, so they typically cost more than multi-colored pups.

What is the main cause of death of Pomeranians?

Heart failure is a leading cause of death among Pomeranians in their golden years. Most heart disease in dogs is caused by weakening of a valve.

How can you tell a pure Pomeranian?

Here a few typical characteristics to look out for to recognize a purebred Pomeranian: They are small and short-backed. They have a heavily plumed and bushy tail. They also have a foxlike snout.

Are Pomeranians easy to train?

Trainability. Because Pomeranians are highly intelligent, they generally are easy to train. They also tend to be good show dogs because they are well-behaved and eager to perform the actions their owners want them to. Pomeranians typically tackle tasks such as learning new tricks with enthusiasm.

What do Pomeranians usually eat?

Home Made food for Pomeranian:

  • Organs such as brains, kidneys and liver.
  • Lean meats including fish, white breast chicken and lean Hamburg.
  • Sweet or regular potatoes, spinach, baby carrots, zucchini and broccoli (No corn please)
  • White or Brown rice.
  • Pasta.
  • Meat.

How old was the oldest living Pomeranian?

The oldest Pomeranian documented and recorded lived to the age of 21 years, 8 months, and 13 days. His name was Coty, and here you can see the details of his long life, along with photos showing this amazing Pomeranian.