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Pomeranian > Dog Smiles- a thread for Happy Poms!
Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

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Barked: Tue Apr 24, '12 2:23pm PST 
Ah, I love Kip’s expressions!
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Pomeranian > Pommy Shampoo?
Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

The Most- Interesting Pom- in the World
 
 
Barked: Tue Apr 24, '12 2:22pm PST 
Hi Pommy Friends! What shampoo and conditioner do you recommend for giving your Pom’s baths and how often do you bathe? I want to make sure I am not drying out Theo’s coat. thinking

We use Tropicana shampoo but I heard Plum Silky is amazing. Has anyone tried that? Thanks!
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Pomeranian > Say Hello to Apple

Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

The Most- Interesting Pom- in the World
 
 
Barked: Tue Apr 24, '12 2:21pm PST 
Welcome, Apple! You are cute.
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Pomeranian > Need advise on young pom puppy, plz

Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

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Barked: Mon Apr 2, '12 2:01pm PST 
Aww, so happy it all worked out for you!
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Pomeranian > Need advise on young pom puppy, plz

Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

The Most- Interesting Pom- in the World
 
 
Barked: Fri Mar 30, '12 1:21pm PST 
hm, this is a tough situation. I don't think a reputable breeder would ever do that. Accidents happen but this could be a sign of a bad breeder who only cares about money and not the dogs' welfare. If she is a careless breeder, your dog can also come with health issues along with being taken away from the mother too soon. Maybe you should go with another breeder? If you have your heart set on that puppy, then I would call your local vet and tell them the situation and see if you are missing anything. You should also schedule a visit with them anyway to have your pup examined. I got my Pom at 10 weeks and I felt that might have been too soon. I can't imagine 8!

Good luck!
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Pomeranian > Pommie Bathtime Thread!!
Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

The Most- Interesting Pom- in the World
 
 
Barked: Fri Mar 30, '12 1:15pm PST 
Aw, thank you!
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Pomeranian > Pommie Bathtime Thread!!

Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

The Most- Interesting Pom- in the World
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 29, '12 11:40am PST 
Kip and Oogie are too cute! How did you post that pic?

Here is one of my Theo:
http://modernpawrent.blogspot.com/2012/03/theos-shampoo-condi tioner.html

Haha, he looks like a wet rat! Though he doesn't like baths or the blow dryer, he is a good tolerater. haha
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Pomeranian > Pomeranian Hair Cuts

Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

The Most- Interesting Pom- in the World
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 15, '12 11:11am PST 
I love, love, love the pommy bear cut!
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Pomeranian > I'm thinking of getting a pomeranian!!

Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

The Most- Interesting Pom- in the World
 
 
Barked: Thu Feb 23, '12 9:25am PST 
Hi! I would suggest buying the book “Pomeranians for Dummies”. No, I am not insulting you. I bought this book too! It has all the basic breed-specific information you need to know about raising a Pomeranian. Then, if you are getting a puppy, I would read Cesar Milan’s book, “How to Raise the Perfect Puppy”. I read both of these books before purchasing my Pom pup and they really helped me.
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Pomeranian > Tags are too big?
Theodore- "Theo" Albus-

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Barked: Wed Feb 22, '12 6:08pm PST 
Hi! Your Pom is so adorable. Pomeranians have trachea issues and my breeder told me to never have him wear a collar, and I have read it in some books as well. My dog has all his tags on his harness when we go outside but he stays in the nude in my home. They can suffer from trachea collapse if they have a collar and it gets stuck!
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