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Pomeranian Dog Breed Information and Personality Traits

The Pomeranian is a true "toy" dog, with an ideal height of eight to 11 inches and weight of only three to seven pounds (one to three kilograms).

They are often at mature size by seven to 10 months of age.

Pomeranians are easily recognized by their luxuriant fluffy double coat and foxy face with alert, prick ears. The body shape is fairly square, and the fluffy tail curls up and over the back. A thick ruff around the neck completes the picture of a dog that could handle the snows of northern Germany. The head is somewhat rounded with a distinct muzzle.

Pomeranians come in a wonderful array of colors. A rich red is most commonly associated with the breed, but everything from black to white to sable and shades in between are acceptable, even chocolate.


Pomeranians are generally perky, friendly little dogs. They do not seem to realize they are small in stature and will occasionally tackle large dogs or at least verbally threaten them!

These are active little dogs that do need daily exercise, even if it is just a walk around the block. They are quite intelligent and do well in obedience competitions despite a small independent streak. As they age, they are more amenable to being truly lap dogs.

Pomeranians are often good alert and alarm dogs and can be prone to excessive barking. They tend to be good with children, but children need to be cautioned that these are small dogs and not as sturdy as the larger breeds.

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Pomeranians are usually easy to keep, although some are finicky eaters. They do not have a tendency toward obesity, probably because of their active nature. The double coat does require some regular grooming attention once or twice weekly, with daily sessions during shedding season.

Despite being small, Pomeranians do need regular exercise and thrive on training. They are very intelligent and enjoy learning tricks and performing. Poms generally get along well with other pets, but caution should be used mixing any toy breed with large breeds that might injure a toy dog accidentally. If raised with children they do quite well; if not, they may be reserved. Children need to be reminded that these smaller dogs may not be as sturdy as larger dogs, and interactions should be supervised.

Poms are excellent watchdogs with their alert attitude and their tendency to bark. They make very good companions for elderly folks because of their alertness and their small size.


The Pomeranian is considered to be a miniaturized Spitz-type dog. Germany, specifically Pomerania in the 1800s, seems to be the site of the first breeding programs, although these dogs were quite large. Queen Victoria became enamored of the breed; from her dogs, the size was bred down even further to the toy dog we recognize today.

Certainly the German spitz dogs must be ancestors of these charmers. Dogs were then chosen for smaller size and for the bright colors we see today instead of the standard gray or white spitz coloring. From the start, "poms," as they are often referred to, have been companion dogs with a little bit of watchdog duty worked in.

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Pomeranian Prices: How Much Do Pomeranian Puppies Cost?

Thinking a Pomeranian might be the right dog for you, but aren’t sure how much Pomeranians cost? In this article, we look at Pomeranian prices and the factors that influence them. The average cost for a Pomeranian ranges between $800 to $2,000 but can get even more costly for champion lines.

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If you’re interested in adding a Pomeranian to your family, you’ll first need to consider the cost to buy the dog itself. But you’ll also need to consider your costs to get all the other supplies you need to provide your pup with a suitable home. There are also ongoing costs that you’ll incur while caring for it throughout its life.

Here we’ll talk about all of these things, starting with a quick estimate of the Pomeranian price. We will then move on to the factors that affect that can impact puppy costs and other hidden costs that you should be sure to consider when budgeting for your new pooch. We’ll finish up by going over a few ways that you can save money and stretch your budget when buying and caring for your Pomeranian.


The Short Answer

Fuzzy Pomeranian

A Pomeranian can be obtained from a breeder for anywhere from $500 to $6,000, though they are most commonly seen between $800 and $2,000. Specialty Poms like the black pomeranian can cost more.

On top of that, expect to spend at least $1,000 that first year for the initial costs of dog ownership like dishes, toys, bedding, and healthcare, and the cost of raising a puppy. Every year after that, the dog can cost between $1,000 and $3,200.

Note that these estimates don’t include emergency care or non-typical costs, like pet deposits, specialty equipment, or non-routine medical treatment. Owning a smaller breed like a pomeranian will be cheaper than owning a bigger breed like an English Mastiff or a Bullmastiff.

Factors That Impact Price

Pomeranian Running on Path

So why is there so much variation when it comes to buying a Pomeranian puppy? Well, because there are a lot of factors that influence it. Among those factors are puppy quality (health), location, where you acquire your puppy, and coat color.


Red Coated Pomeranian

The so-called “quality” of a dog is one of the biggest influences on price. Quality doesn’t necessarily reflect the health, personality, or behavior of a dog, though health does play a role in determining the quality of a dog. Instead, quality refers to how well the dog can be expected to perform in conformity competitions and how well it can be expected to produce other dogs that do the same.

Mixed breeds, or dogs that are a mix of Pomeranian and another breed, are considered the lowest quality group and are more affordable than purebred Pomeranians. High-demand designer mixes, like the Pomsky (Pomeranian-Husky mix) and Pomchi (Pomeranian-Chihuahua mix), will cost more than less desired mixes but are still usually significantly cheaper than even pet quality purebreds. Poms are from the German Spitz family, and they are similar to the original line of dog.

Pet-quality Poms are purebred but have some sort of fault that prevents them from being successful in the show circuit or means that they shouldn’t be bred. These dogs can still make excellent pets and are a great deal cheaper than show-quality dogs. They can also still compete in many types of non-conformity competitions such as agility or obedience trials and can be trained as service or therapy dogs.

Faults & Health

Black Pomeranian with Tan Face

Reputable breeders will provide a list of the dog’s faults and the results of health testing to help you understand why the dog is pet quality, and will typically either spay or neuter the dog before the sale or require you to do it after you take the dog.

If sold at all (many breeders choose to care for these dogs themselves), pet quality dogs with serious health conditions are generally marked down in cost, but good breeders will have even higher requirements for the home these dogs go to in order to ensure that they’ll be properly cared for.

Show quality Poms are the most expensive and can cost even as much as $10,000. These are dogs that conform to breed standards and can compete in shows and be bred to produce more show-quality Pomeranians.

Within each of these groups, the degree of conformity to breed standards, pedigree, and health all influence price. For adult dogs, the more complete health history and the dog’s competition and breeding history also affect cost.


Black and Tan Pomeranian

Location, location, location matters in more than just real estate; where a breeder lives can dramatically influence how they price their puppies.

For one, breeders have to be able to cover their costs. If an area has a high cost of living, breeders have to charge more to be able to continue breeding. Breeders in areas with more regulations on the breeding of animals will have to price their dogs higher in order to cover the costs to comply with those regulations.

The market in a region also makes a difference. High demand for Pomeranians leads to higher prices, especially if those demanding Poms also have thicker wallets. On the other hand, if there are a lot of competing Pomeranian sellers, that drives the price down.

Time of Year

Red and White Pomeranian

The “where” is important, but the “when” also matters. In the late spring through late summer, demand for dogs is high as people are looking for canine companions for beach trips, walks, and other warm-weather activities. In response, breeders set their prices higher in the warmer months.

On the other hand, that demand wanes the rest of the year and is the slowest during the winter. In response, breeders slash prices to match the demand and avoid having to hold on to unsold puppies.


Pomeranian Walking Through Park

We keep saying “breeders” here since they’re probably the easiest and most popular way to find a purebred Pomeranian, particularly if you want a puppy, but they aren’t the only way. You can also get a Pomeranian from an animal rescue. Let’s talk about breeders first, though.

As we said above, when you buy from a breeder, you can generally expect to pay between $1,000 and $3,000.

This usually includes registration or the paperwork required for you to register, a health guarantee, age-appropriate vaccination, microchipping, lifetime breeder support, and early socialization. Spaying or neutering is also typically included for Pomeranians intended to be pets, as opposed to showing or breeding dogs.

A breeder with more experience and a track record of high-quality dogs will charge more than an inexperienced breeder or one that only produces pet-quality dogs.


Rescue Pom

Animal rescues are a lot cheaper and adoption fees typically range between $200 and $400, though there are many adoptable Pomeranians for less than $100. Adoption fees typically don’t include genetic testing or registration paperwork, but they do often include the costs of spaying or neutering, age-appropriate vaccination, and microchipping.

Rescued dogs don’t usually come with a health guarantee, but many animal rescues are willing to help you cover expensive and unexpected medical treatment if you aren’t able to afford it on your own.

Pet Stores

Pom in Sand

Puppies bought from a pet store are typically similarly priced or more expensive than dogs bought from breeders despite the fact that these puppies come almost exclusively from puppy mills and other low-quality breeders.

These puppies are generally poorly socialized and were not bred to avoid health problems. Though there’s usually a health guarantee, it often applies only in a limited number of situations and usually only promises the replacement of the puppy that you’ve grown to love rather than providing it with the necessary care.

Avoid buying dogs from pet stores. These dogs not only cost more upfront, they will also frequently cost you more, both monetarily and in heartache, down the line.

Coat, Sex & Age

Pom With Unique Coat

Pomeranian coats come in a variety of colors and patterns. Solid coats are typically more costly than multi-colored coats. Among solid coats, rarer colors like black, white, lavender, and blue generally lead to a higher price than common colors like red and orange.

Female Pomeranians typically cost more than males since there is more demand for females.

Adults usually cost less than puppies, but successful show dogs can be quite expensive.

Other Costs

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Don’t forget that buying your new dog isn’t the only expense. You’ll also need to make sure that you have all the supplies that are required to take care of them.

This includes food for your Pomeranian, treats, bowls, toys, a kennel, a bed, a leash, a collar, a harness, a tag, potty training supplies, basic grooming supplies, cleaning supplies, and any storage and organizational items you need for all these things. In addition, you need to make sure your home is puppy-proofed before they arrive.

Once you get your Pomeranian, you’ll need to cover initial healthcare. This includes a check-up, and any additional vaccines needed. You will also want to consider microchipping and spaying or neutering. You also need to get them into a training class as early as you can. This will ensure that your pup becomes an obedient, well-socialized dog.

All told, taking care of your Pomeranian during the first year of their life can an additional $1,000 to $1,700 on top of the cost of the dog itself. Where in this range you’ll fall depends on the cost of supplies and healthcare. It also depends on where you live, as well as, which particular supplies you purchase. There’s a wide variety of products available among dog food, bedding, toys, and other supplies.

Ongoing Ownership Costs

Pom in Grass and Leaves

Other costs continue throughout your Pomeranian’s life. Food, potty bags, treats, grooming supplies, and cleaning supplies need to be replaced as they’re used up. Bowls, collars, toys, and bedding wear out over time and must be replaced.

Dogs need continuing healthcare like annual physicals, up-to-date vaccination, and ongoing flea and tick protection. To help you afford all that, you may also want to purchase pet insurance. At an average cost of $50 per month, you can expect pet insurance to run around $600 a year, but get your own quote to see if you could get a better price.

Each additional year that you own your Pomeranian, you can expect to spend a total somewhere between about $1,000 and $3,200 for typical expenses.

That doesn’t include emergency medical care or costs that aren’t pretty much consistent and universal. These expenses include pet sitters, pet deposits, and or dog walkers. That’s what this next section is for.

Possible Additional Costs

Two Pomeranians in Grass

On top of all those essentials we just talked about, there are several other things that you may end up having or choosing to pay for. If you live in a rental, you may have to pay a pet deposit or pet rent. In some areas, you’ll need to pay a licensing fee for your Pomeranian.

If you don’t want your pet alone all day, you’ll need to pay for doggy daycare or a dog walker. You may need to pay for boarding or a pet sitter if you travel without your dog. If you travel with them, all sorts of additional things might be necessary, like a car harness, a TSA-approved carrier, and a pet passport.

Emergency vet visits can cost $250 or more and often cost more than $1,000. Other health problems can also cost hundreds or thousands of dollars to treat. If you have pet insurance, that can help offset some of these costs.

In addition, pets sometimes damage our things or homes. You may end up spending who knows how much to repair or replace the damage. Whether it’s a few dollars for a chewed-up roll of paper towels or thousands for a knocked-over TV, costs add up. Fortunately, pet-proofing helps to avoid this and Pomeranians are small. This will limit potential damage, but don’t underestimate their bravery and determination when pet-proofing.

And finally, if there are any special activities you’d like to do with your Pomeranian, make sure to budget for the necessary equipment. Relatively common special equipment includes booties, life vests, strollers, and GPS trackers. If you plan on showing your Pomeranian, there are costs associated with that as well. This includes grooming, registration, and admission fees.

How to Save

Pom With Long Coat

There are ways you can help make sure that you’re not spending more than you have to when you get your new Pomeranian. Rescues are cheaper than dogs from breeders. If you do choose to go with a Pomeranian from a breeder, it’s worth it to spend more upfront. This will allow you to get a Pomeranian that was bred from genetically tested parents. Pomeranians from breeders will have had a thorough health exam in order to minimize the chance of costly health problems down the road.

Buying an adult is more affordable in terms of the dog itself. But, it also typically allows you to skip paying for potty training equipment and costly puppy medical care. You can also wait until the breeding offseason to buy your Pomeranian. Your options will be more limited and opt for a less in-demand color or pattern.

Don’t be afraid to look for Pomeranians outside your area if it has a high cost of living. Make sure you’re factoring in the cost of your own travel as well as the transportation of the dog. These are hidden costs that prevent you from actually saving money. Also, never buy a Pomeranian without meeting it and its parents first.

Saving on Supplies

Smiling Pom on Beach

When it comes to equipment, buy puppy supplies before you buy your puppy. This will allow you to compare prices and buy things as they’re on sale. Later on, buy in bulk as much as possible. Purchase replacement supplies ahead of when you need them. This way you can hit sales rather than paying full price as replacing supplies becomes essential.

With all that said, saving money is nice. It’s important to know what you can afford, but remember that the most important thing is getting a happy, healthy companion. If you take care of your Pomeranian, they can stay by your side for years to come.

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Teacup Pomeranian is a small, active and adorable dog breed. Like any other type of breeds, the Teacup Pomeranian not only has a long and interesting history behind it but also several positives and negatives.


On the positive side, this breed tends to have a pretty sweet temperament.

It is playful, obedient and capable of competing in agility, love being trained to do different tricks and think it’s bigger than it is.

Origin of the Teacup Pomeranian

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Many people think that Pomerania, an area in northern Poland and Germany, is the place of origin of the Teacup Pomeranian.

This is not the case. Teacup Pomeranians originated from the Arctic region where they were bred as sled dogs.

teacup pomeranian sizeThey acquired the name “Pomeranian” because the area of Pomerania is where they were first raised as household pets.

Their ancestors were the Spitz or Wolfspitz dogs.

Since its discovery in the 18th century, this breed has been made famous by royal families.

The best example of royal names who owned this dog is Queen Victoria, the famous Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

She owned an adorable small Pomeranian which she loved to death.

Other members of the royal families who owned this breed include Queen Charlotte, Josephine Beauharnais, and Maria Antoinette.

The breed has several names

Being one of the smallest Pom, the Teacup breed has acquired several minimalist names from some dog lovers across the world.

Some of these famous names include Pocket Pomeranian, Miniature Pomeranian, Teddy Bear Pomeranian, Mini Pomeranian, and Toy Pomeranian.

Other alternative names of this breed include Pom, Loulou, Dwarf Spitz, and Zwergspitz.

Another thing to keep in mind is that regardless of the name used; the dog is not a distinct breed.

Most of these names refer to a small-sized Pomeranian weighing between 1.36 and 1.81 kg.

Regardless, the Teacup Pomeranian is the most commonly used name when they refer to this breed.

How big does a teacup Pomeranian get?

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As stated earlier, the Teacup Pomeranian is a small dog with a short and compact body.

Teacup poms usually weigh between 3 lbs and 7 lbs. The American Kennel Club (AKC), which is a registry of purebred dog pedigrees in the U.S., describes a Teacup as the type of Pomeranian that weighs 7 lbs or less.

Due to their small size, small weight, better adaptability, and flexibility, the breed is the most suitable for dog owners who live in apartments or story buildings.

Teacup Pomeranian Temperament

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The breed has pointy ears and big round eyes. Its tail which elongates on the back side is soft and fluffy all over.

The head shape differs from one Pom to the other.

The three common types of head shapes you will find in most Poms include the fox head type which is related to the fox and German Spitz dog, the Babydoll face which makes the dog look adorable, and the Teddy bear face which resembles the looks of a teddy bear toy.

When it comes to the body texture, the breed has an abundant thick layered coat with a creamy texture.

However, when the breed was first discovered in the Arctic region, it had a larger body of up to 20 pounds, and its coat was solid white, heavy and thick.

Pomeranian dogs look so different. The reason for such diverse traits within this breed is what happens during the development of this breed.

Some of the standard colors that make this breed to look beautiful and adorable to our eyes include,

  • Sable (a coat with distinct solid and black-tipped guard hairs).
  • Beaver (chocolate color with some form of pigments).
  • Red (coats look like red-orange or rust).
  • Lavender (looks light gray with a mixture of purple).
  • Orange (orange coat sometimes with black stripes).
  • Merle (a speckled coat as a result of red, grey or light blue patches or dots).
  • Cream (born white which darkens as the dog matures).
  • Brindle ( Looks more of a pattern than a color).

Other distinct colors include pure white, back, and chocolate.

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How long do teacup Pomeranians live?

Teacup Pomeranian dog takes between 7 to 12 years to show signs of aging, but the lifespan can extend up to 15 years.

Because of their small size and weight, the breed has a longer lifespan compared to other dog breeds.

As long as you take care of your Pomeranian, it can live for full of health until his late teen years.

Some of the ways you can extend your dog’s lifespan are by feeding it with health well-balanced diet food, making sure your dog undergoes regular exercises, treating its health problems and generally taking care of it.


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Teacup Pomeranians are very active, playful and friendly puppies.

They are full of energy in their tiny bodies to fuel most of its activities.

They are incredibly loyal to its owners and love nothing more than cuddling whenever they are relaxed in the couch.

Pom can be friendly to the members of a family, but sometimes they are not kid-friendly.

You can search on the internet there are many stories of Teacup Pomeranians with social temperaments and others that bark whenever they are left alone with kids.

If you are looking for a breed that gets along with kids, you might want to consider other breeds instead of the sassy Pom puppy.

Teacup Pomeranian Colors

Teacup Poms has fascinating colors which originated a long time from white to the current breeds who have different coats that provide interesting possibilities in appearance.

Most people do not know how to distinguish these colors while others associate with orange only.

To help people understand, let’s look at some of the most common teacup pomeranian colors.

Red Teacup Pomeranian
red teacup pomeranianThe reddish-orange puppy is a rare type, and if you happen to come across one, you are lucky.

Sometimes it is defined as a rust color, and it is usually the darkest and deepest orange that exist when it comes to the fur.

Most people will confuse dark orange with red probably because of its rareness, but someone who knows better about colors can differentiate.

White teacup Pom

white teacup pomeranianA pure white pom will be snow white without any marks and shades on their coat.

However, if any marks happen to occur, the pom falls into the category of creams.

A white pom usually has a solid hue whereby, if any secondary color markings appear; the pom falls into parts category.

During birth, a party will be stable, and the secondary color develops as the dog grows.

orange color teacup pomeranianThe orange teacup pomeranian dog colors can range from light to the dark.

This is where most people confuse and view the orange as red.

You have to realize that there is only a thin line between red and dark orange and color blinds will have a problem distinguishing.

A black stripping brings this to an orange brindle and black tipping results to an orange brindle.

Sable Color
sable color teacup pomeranianThis is a sibling pom color that tends to hide in very light pom pictures.

It takes a keen observer to recognize the hue and if you have an excellent understanding of the teacup Pomeranians.

Sable teacup Pomeranians always have a bright solid base where the sable color reveals itself through the guard hairs which usually has dark tips.

Several types of sables exist that include chocolate which has a brown overcoat where guard hairs are black and cream sable which has a light base overcoat where guard hairs are also black.

Cream Teacup Pomeranian
cream color teacup pomeranianCream Pomeranian varies a bit; it can be very light almost to white.

The shade gradients help one to make the variation where it goes down to light brown.

When it reaches down to light brown, one might confuse it with chocolate, but a pom with deep cream usually has black pigmentation while a chocolate one will have drowned points at the nose, paw pads, eye rims, and lips.

Blackblack teacup pomeranian
A pure black Pom always has deep solid black eye rims, lips paws, and nose without any secondary color but if otherwise happens, it is termed as a parti.

You can find some black Poms with some patches or marks which such a Pom into the category of black Poms with white marks, but black poms are usually pure.

Chocolate teacup pomeranian
chocolate teacup pomeranian
Many chocolates are often are often deep dark. However, some chocolate will appear right almost to cream but will still be considered as chocolate as long as the skin has a dark brown pigmentation which makes it have higher noise.

Caring and safety

Their small size makes them fragile and delicate.

You might kill it if you sit or step on it by accident.

Your Pom can also get killed or injured if it jumps off a sofa or out of your arms.

Another thing to keep in mind is that Poms feel overwhelmed when they hear quick movements, loud voices or any terrifying sound.

So you need to make sure such disturbances are minimal within the surrounding.

If it is your children who are making quick movements or loud voices, tell them to minimize their movements and lower their voices.

Separation anxiety and stress

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If you like traveling or being away from home more than 5 hours, a Teacup Pomeranian might not be a good dog for you.

Since Teacup Pomeranians are so social, they sometimes experience separation anxiety when they are left alone in the house.

Separation anxiety can make your dog feel stressed.

The negative feelings may make the dog to scratch the walls, chew up the toys and scatter food all over the house.

They, therefore, want to be with the owner all the time.

There are many dog-friendly stores, bars, and restaurants, so you don’t have to worry if you want to go out with your Pom.

If you have to leave the dog at home, make sure there are enough food and all the supplies they will need while you are away.

Who owns Teacup Pomeranians?

Currently, the Teacup Pomeranians are owned by most royals, nobles, actors and actresses, and other celebrities across the world.

Below are examples of celebrities and the name of their Poms:

  • Nicole Richie an American fashion designer, author and actress owns Foxxy.
  • Gavin Rossdale, an English musician, and actor, owns pal Chewy
  • Paris Hilton an American businesswoman, television and media personality, socialite, model, singer and actress own Kimchi.
  • Sharon Osborne an English television host, television talent competition judge, media personality, music manager and author owns several Pomeranians.
  • Lisa Vanderdump a British restaurateur, TV personality, philanthropist, actress, and author owns Giggy.
  • LeAnn Rimes an American singer owns three pets namely Jude, Joey, and Raven.
  • Fran Drescher, an American actress, and activist own two Poms namely Esther and Chester.
  • Carrot Top, an American stand-up comedian, and actor own a Pom named Jessica Alba.
  • Gwen Stefani, an American songwriter, and singer own a Pomeranian named Winston.
  • Paris Hilton an American businesswoman, television and media personality, socialite, model, singer and actress own Kimchi.

Teacup Pomeranian’s Health

white teacup pomeranian dogTeacup dogs just like other breeds also suffer from various health conditions. Some of these health concerns include:

  • Cryptorchidism: Male Teacup Pomeranian is the only one that suffers from this medical condition. Here, one or both testicles fail to descend into the scrotum.
  • Luxating patella: This condition occurs when the patellar groove is too shallow or not adequately secure. The symptoms include pain which eventually causes frequent limping.
  • Black skin disease: This condition affects male Poms and is accompanied by hair loss. The condition occurs mostly when the dog is in the puberty stage.
  • Tracheal collapse: This condition is characterized by the weakening of the dog’s tracheal rings in the windpipe. When these rings weaken, the walls around the throat also weaken leading to the collapse of the throat.
  • Other health concerns include mild or severe deafness, Cclobomas, microphthalmia, ametropia, increased intraocular pressure, and cardiac, skeletal and reproductive abnormalities.

Causes of death for the majority of mini Pomeranians
Some of the medical conditions we have mentioned above may lead to the death of a Teacup Pomeranian.

Other things that can also lead to the death of this breed is trauma, viral infections, and gastrointestinal problems.

Injuries due falling out of your arms or off the couch may also lead to the death of a Teacup Pom.

Remember to take good care of your dog to prevent some of these medical conditions.

Read More:Health Risks with Teacup Dogs?

How Much Does a Pomeranian Cost?

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The lowest possible price of this breed is $500 while the highest is $4000.

However, this depends on where you purchase your Teacup from.

Just keep in mind that some factors can increase or lower the price of this breed.

For instance, the price of a half or mixed breed is lower compared to the price of the purebred Pom.

The color of the miniature Pomeranians may also determine how much you will pay.

You need to be careful when buying your Pom because some sellers may try to sell you a non-purebred puppy.

To avoid falling victim of non-purebred puppies, always buy your puppy from a respected, trusted and reputable breeders only.

Are Teacup Pomeranians Hypoallergenic?

Teacup Pomeranians are not hypoallergenic. There is nothing like a hypoallergenic dog.

However, teacup Pomeranians are among the most tolerable dogs to allergic people.

The teddy bear pomeranian produces dander and also sheds.

Although this dog does not shed much, the little shedding it does can still affect anyone with an allergy.

You can still own a tiny Pomeranian if your allergy is not severe.

Those individuals with moderate to minimal allergies can keep a teacup pomeranian without much trouble.

Finding a Teacup Pomeranian

These Dogs have for a long time been a reserve of the high and mighty.

Most influential people in society like being associated with this cute darling.

However, it is possible to find your own.

There are various options you can use to find a teacup pomeranian.

First, you can adopt a teacup pomeranian from a shelter home.

However, the chances of finding a mini size pomeranian are not very rare.

This dog is loved by many, and if it finds itself to a shelter by any chance, it will not last a day.

Don’t put too much hope on this option.

The second way of finding a teacup would be just buying one from a breeder.

This is the only sure way of finding a teacup pomeranian.

However, this method also comes with its fair share of challenges.

One thing you should know is that there is no exact way of breeding teacup Pomeranian.

If you find a breeder that only produces teacup Pomeranians, they are either breeding substandard dogs or crossbreeds.

The best way to find a teacup Pomeranian is to approach as many pom breeders as possible.

Teacup Pomeranians are not rare, so you stand a chance of meeting your desired dog.

The other way of finding a teacup Pomeranian would be to buy one from a family that is willing to sell.

There are various online sites where people sell their pets or give them up for adoption such as adopapet.com.

You can check for pets from Facebook buy and sell groups and other platforms.

Some of its positives, though, can turn out to be negative.

For instance, being small in size can be a real problem to some dog owners.

Note:- You Can Check Our Dog Directory for Teacup Pomeranian Breeders

Choosing a Teacup Pomeranian Breeder

The biggest task for anyone looking for a teacup pomeranian would be choosing a breeder.

The point is that there are no exact tea cup pomeranian breeders.

Most breeders are just general Pomeranian breeders.

As already stated above, anyone purporting to be a specialized micro pomeranian breeder may not be genuine.

First, it is recommended for anyone to produce small size dogs intentionally.

According to the American Canine Club, the standard size pomeranian is the recommended breeding size for Poms.

A breeder that specializes in producing teacup Poms may be producing mixed breed Pomeranians or producing dogs that may develop health complications.

This does not mean that micro Poms are less healthy.

Before you settle on any Pomeranian breeder, you need to do some cross-checking.

Do not get used to buying dogs from breeders before you see their breeding grounds.

Make sure you visit the breeding ground and ascertain that they are breeding in a clean environment.

Another factor to check for when visiting the breeder is how social the dogs are kept.

It is recommended only to buy dogs that are kept in a family setting.

When you intend to make your dog your friend, it should come from an environment that encourages socialization.

A factor of importance when dealing with teacup Poms is the price.

Generally, a teacup Pomeranian should cost you between $500 and $1500.

The price varies and pure breed teacup Pomeranians are more expensive than the mixed breeds.

The prices of this dog may be as high as $5000 in some settings.

As already mentioned, teacup dogs are rare and attract very high prices.

Adopting A Dog From A Teacup Pomeranian Rescue Center or Shelter

Adopting a dog is the most generous act any dog lover can do.

However, not all dog breeds are readily available for adoption.

First of all, there is nothing like a teacup Pomeranian rescue center.

There are many rescue centers and shelters that are focused on Pomeranians and Pomeranian cross breeds but not on tiny Pomeranians.

If you are looking to find a teacup Pomeranian for adoption, visit any pomeranian rescue center next to your home.

Although there is no guarantee of getting a miniature Pomeranian, there are chances of getting one.

If you are not lucky enough to get one instantly, just put your name on the waiting list.

This way, you will be notified as soon as a teacup Pomeranian shows up.


A Teacup Pomeranian dog may be small in size, but it is a good dog to keep as a puppy. Being small in size, you don’t have to worry about your dog attacking your larger breeds or kids.

They have got wonderful personalities ranging from bombastic and bossy to sweet and cute.

Poms are also full of energy in their tiny bodies to fuel most of its activities.

To make sure your Pom is disciplined and obeys you all the time, make sure it is sociability trained.

You also need to make sure it is taken out for a nature walk and from time to time for exercises.

To prevent some of the medical conditions we mentioned above, Remember to take good care of your puppy.

Since Teacup Pomeranian also experience separation anxiety, you need to make sure disturbances within the surrounding are minimal.

If it is your children who are making quick movements or loud voices, tell them to minimize their movements and lower their voices.

Related Sources – American kennel club
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Pomeranian and Small Breed Rescue (PSBR)

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