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FOREWORD: K9 Expert Education By Allan Reznik, Editor-at-Large, Dog Fancy magazine The Pleasure of a Pom Inside this tiny toy beats the heart of a big dog. The Pom in Profile Our simple two-page guide gives you all the necessary information about the Pomeranian - in 300 words or less! A Spitz in Time This miniature spitz breed derives its name from Pomerania, a province in northern Germany, but his fascinating history dates back to ancient Rome and Greece. The Pom Breeder Find out how to choose a reputable breeder and pick a healthy puppy, or maybe you'd like to adopt a dog from a shelter or rescue organization. Either way, there are plenty of Pomeranians out there waiting for homes. Home Essentials You need to puppy-proof, or Pom-proof, your house, as well as make sure that you have all the things he requires to be comfortable, such as bedding, toys and lots more. Successful Housetraining Your first job is getting your Pomeranian to do the doo where you want him to. Using a crate - aka a modern-day den - will expedite the process. Everyday Care Selecting a vet means doing some research and planning your Pom's first vet visit. Also, learn what to do when everyday bumps and bruises come about. Breed Health Issues Learn how to deal with external and internal parasites, skin problems, and common medical and behavioral conditions. How to Feed a Toy With proper knowledge and know-how, you can feed your Pomeranian a sound diet so he won't end up a pudgy pooch. Spritzing a Spitz From nail clipping instruction to brushing and bathing basics, we'll have your Pomeranian looking perfect. Techniques in Training Every toy dog needs to learn the basics of sit, down, stay and come, and additional training advice will make your dog obey without hassle. Problem Child A well-behaved dog isn't born that way. When problems arise, prompt training will turn bad habits into appropriate behavior. Teach your dog that there are better ways to get attention, and you'll save yourself a lot of headaches. Poms on the Go This toy breed loves to play and be active. You can harness his energy into productive activities like agility, flyball, musical freestyle, conformation and more. Resources Index

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