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A Common Day in My Doggie Life.

Special entry for Pomeranians.

July 10th 2007 9:56 am
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I was thinking diary, a few days ago I was walking my mom and a car stopped beside us, a human (kinda old guy) asked my mother if I was a pomeranian, of course she proudly answered "yes". Then the guy started making some strange questions to my mother, he asked if I had been for a long time at home because he was going to get for himself a pom but had the concern about the way they are supposed to be. He said that he had heard we were hard to train (not true at all), bad tempered, not good with little human puppies (I meant children), etc. My mother got pretty upset and told him that none of this was true, and she started talking beautiful things about poms.

After all this happened I kept on thinking, I 'm my mother's first Pomeranian, so when I came into my mum's life she started searching the web for information regarding our breed. Everywhere she looked there were some common traits as: being overprotective, territorial, and demanding dogs; not happy among little children; too much barking; kind of grumpy character; and other not so appealing traits. I want to ask you diary, do you think this is supposed to be always true? Here is what my mother says about me: "Brandy III is always happy, have never seen him mad, loves little children, always goes out to do his businesses, never, and I mean NEVER barks, and he likes to be friends with every living creature, in fact he’s too friendly sometimes."

Now I'm getting an identity issue, should all poms be grouchy? Cuz then, I'm afraid I may not be Pomeranian at all..... What do you think?...Naaaaa!, I must be a Pom because I sure look like one.....Yes! I'm pawsitively sure I'm a PUREBREED POMERANIAN, and I'm proud of it.

Gotta go now,

Brandy III, The Pom


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