How to buy a Pomeranian Puppy: A Buyer’s Guide

July 13, 2014

Feeling before getting a Pomeranian is very great because you know you will soon be the owner of the most loved puppy in the world. It is super cute and lovable. Do you think that going and getting a Pomeranian is a simple task? No! It isn’t. You need to think about so many things then just thinking if you want a girl or a boy.

There are certain questions that a person must ask himself before going to add Pomeranian or any other puppy in the family. Let’s look at these questions that you must ask yourself before taking the decision:

Is your house suitable for the Pomeranian?

Not every environment is suitable for every breed. Some puppies grow best in big houses and some can manage in small apartments so first research whether the breed you select can live easily with you in your present home.

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How much time you can give?

Having a pet is a great responsibility. Training, grooming and above all the expense of the puppy, do you think you are ready for all? You have to give good amount of time to your dog always.

Which is the perfect place to get your puppy?

 

You usually have three options to get your puppy

  • Adopt it from an animal shelter
  • Purchase it from a pet store
  • Buy it from a reputable breeder

 

When you are able to answer all these questions, start the search. Research thoroughly and use all the resources. Whether you are buying the puppy from the reputable breeder or adopting it from a shelter, if you know good about the breed you will surely get the best.

When you are sure that there is no turning back, take the appointment to meet your new family member. There are certain things that should be checked in detail when the puppy is with you. All these things are mentioned here and they are highly important because they will be the foreteller of your puppy’s health and also your relation with it.

Things that a person must consider before getting a puppy are:

  1. Health:

The top and the foremost thing to look in any puppy is the health. Things that you can see in the Pomeranians are

  • Alertness level
  • Coat’s attractiveness
  • Level of energy
  • Breathing patterns
  • Unusual discharge

2. Think wisely

In health and behavior both, extremity matters. Before purchasing a Pomeranian don’t just think you are adopting a sick puppy to provide it home, or you can take care of any puppy. Helping out sick animals is not easy and let the professionals do the job. Only go for the healthy Pomeranian when you are selecting the one for your home.

3. Check Sight and Hearing Abilities

 

It is highly necessary to check the hearing and sighting abilities of the puppy. Use claps to hear sound reflex, and take the help of rolling ball to check eyesight.

 

4. Know about the Social interaction

 

Being social is highly necessary. Check if the puppy is interacting with other litters. This way you can detect the social interactions. Look out for these signs to judge:

 

  • Loner
  • Dominant
  • Submissive

 

How to see the relation of Pomeranian with humans?

  1. When you approach the Pomeranian see how it reacts in the presence of humans. Don’t go to it, instead encourages it to approach you. See for these signs:
  • Willingness to reach you
  • Urination
  • Interested or not
  • Tucked tail
  • Check the sound and sight reaction. See if the puppy is over reactive

 

  1. See the level of possessiveness. Check if the puppy doesn’t allow you to take its food or toys. Give it chew toy and food to see how it reacts.
  2. It is also necessary to see how a puppy response to handling. See if it remains relaxed, become fearful or show aggression.

 

All these tips will help you to select one best Pomeranian, but remember

when you will get the puppy to your home, it will react in a different way because of the new environment and surroundings. Give it time to adjust and don’t start to judge its behavior immediately. We hope that these tips will help you to get the best Pomeranian.

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