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Pomeranian > what color I§ my pom?
Cam

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Barked: Sun Aug 25, '13 2:18pm PST 
Adorable Pom. I think your Pom is Orange sable. Possibly a Cream Sable, but I think Orange. He will lose most of its blackish color and just look Orange. My boy is Orange Sable Parti his face was mostly black as a puppy.
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Pomeranian > Thinking of getting another fur-baby!
Cam

Birthday Boy
 
 
Barked: Wed Jun 12, '13 12:20pm PST 
I have two fur babies. A bigger Pom 10-12 lbs (2 years old) and my other 7 lbs (10 months). I had my second Pom for 5 months. They get along very well all they do is play.
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Pomeranian > New Pom added to my family

Dusty

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Barked: Fri Mar 22, '13 11:48am PST 
Thank You. He have grown so much.
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Pomeranian > Is my pomeranian a throwback?

Cam

Birthday Boy
 
 
Barked: Fri Feb 22, '13 12:50am PST 
Yea sometimes the charts are unreliable. My youngest Pom is charting out to be 7 pounds, he probably will end up bigger. Most of the time the charts are 3-4 pounds off.
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Pomeranian > Is my pomeranian a throwback?

Cam

Birthday Boy
 
 
Barked: Wed Feb 20, '13 10:20pm PST 
Yes he would be considered a Blue/Tan. I have heard of some Pure Poms being around 20 pounds, so yes he could just be a throwback Pom. Blue is a dilute of the color black. Did you get to see the parents? Are they big as well?

I use this growth calculator and it's okay with accuracy. It lets you type in the weight instead on looking at the chart.The calculator says 12.4 pounds, so that not super large. As, one of my Poms is 12 pounds, which is Cam. The charts and calculator did say 8 pounds for him, but he's probably a little chucky lol.His parents were 5 and 6 pounds

http://www.puppyweights.com/
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Pomeranian > Is my pomeranian a throwback?
Cam

Birthday Boy
 
 
Barked: Sun Feb 17, '13 10:33am PST 
His paws are big like he's going to a Med. sized dog. He could be mixed with in the German Spitz Group. Pomeranian fall into the Spitz groups as well as larger breeds like the Keeshond. Your dog looks like it could be Keeshond/Pom mix. I love your dogs colors. Blue/Tan is hardly seen. He may be mixed with a smaller German Spitz.Click on the link.

Adult Keeshond
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Pomeranian > Is my pomeranian a throwback?

Cam

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Barked: Thu Feb 14, '13 11:29pm PST 
He's going to be big. My biggest Pom weighed 6.6 at 21 weeks and he's 12 pounds. My younger Pom was 4 pounds at 5 months. Now he's around 5-6 at 24 weeks. So, my guess is your Pom will be around 15-20. It happens sometimes. My Poms parents was 5 and 6 pounds and he's 12. Could your Pom be overweight or did the vet say he's the right size?
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Pomeranian > Is it ok for a Pomeranian to jump up on things alot?

Cam

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Barked: Sun Feb 10, '13 6:10pm PST 
My two Poms jump on and off my bed with no problems. My only concern would be Luxating Patella, which Poms can develop. It is when the knee slips out of place. Jumping and Running could make it worse.

My older Pom (2 year old) jumps off things a lot. Sometimes it worries me, but my smaller Pom is too scared to jump off things. If you are really concerned they sell dog stairs that connect to your bed.
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Pomeranian > Hello.

Dusty

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Barked: Tue Feb 5, '13 1:13pm PST 
Thank You wave
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Pomeranian > Hello.
Dusty

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Barked: Thu Jan 31, '13 9:54pm PST 
Thank You. naughty
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