Pomiarose Pomeranians is a premium purebred pomeranian breed. We are a registered breeder with Dogs NSW and have been established since 2010.
Welcome to Pomiarose
Why choose a Pomiarose Pomeranian?
Our pomeranian puppies are bred from parents that are in top condition and from world-class breeding lines. Our dogs have full and regular health assessments by qualified vets to ensure they are in excellent health and overall condition.
All our pomeranian puppies are vet-checked for complete peace of mind. They have had a thorough physical examination to confirm their health status. They are vaccinated, wormed and microchipped. All you need to do is love them!
Typically friendly, lively, extroverted and playful. Pomeranians are intelligent and respond well to firm training. They enjoy being the center of attention! Pomeranians are best suited to singles, older couples or families with older children.
Small & Mighty
Compact, yet sturdy. Purebred pomeranians are a toy dog breed, weighing between 1.5kg-3.5kg. They are affectionate and their small dog stature makes them perfect for apartment living. They don't require a lot of exercise, but will appreciate short walks.
Pomeranians have a thick double coat. While grooming is not difficult, daily brushing is required to keep their coat in top condition. Pomeranians shed twice a year and trimming is recommended every one to two months.
Weaned & Socialised
Your pomeranian puppy will have started socialisation from an early age and has been exposed to a variety of sights and sounds. At eight weeks of age, your puppy will be fully weaned and will have “started” toilet training ready for you to take home.
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