The Pomeranian Spitz is an ornamental breed and one of the most popular in the world. It was created by breeding and is named after the German region of Pomerania. The Pomeranian has a thick, voluminous coat with dense undercoat and can have two types of snout, bear and fox. Its average height is 18-22 cm. The Pomeranian is the smallest of the Spitz breeds.
There are ten basic colours: black, black and tan, chocolate, sable ginger, orange, cream, blue, blue spotted, white and bicolour (Patikolor). A Spitz can weigh between 1.4 and 3.2 kg. As for the character of the dog, it is gentle and easy-going. The Pomeranian Spitz loves to play with children and does so with great pleasure. This little guy can also bark fearlessly at larger people while out for a walk. They are trainable, especially if trained from a young age.
The Pomeranian Spitz regularly competes in dog shows and often wins. From the age of five months, the Pomeranian can be taught show walking in the ring and stance training.