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We have been providing families with lovable pets for over many years now. Raising pomeranian on sale in San Diego is like having more kids every year. We
take care of the litter with much attention and supervision. They are born and taken care of, in a conducive and healthy environment together with their
mother. As responsible breeders, we wait until the puppies are strong and healthy enough before we place them for sale.
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All our pomeranians are AKC registered. We make sure they meet the high standards established by the American Kennel Club from their physical
appearance and gait to their personality. These cute puppies are bred to perfection. pomeranian on sale
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So if you’re in the USA, and are looking for the perfect pet for your family, we are glad to provide you with one, only here at Pomeranian Hautierhaus!
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Our pomeranian on sale here at Pomerenian Hautierhaus are Playful, energetic, loves children! Our puppies are a bundle of energy but, once tired, loves to take their naps. They’re very affectionate and loves cuddling. They’re always doing something cute to grab your attention and it always works! They’re very healthy and will come to you with up to date on vaccinations and pre-spoiled. Our puppies are going to be a great addition to your family and they can’t wait to meet you! Don’t miss out on this cuties!
Potty train your pomeranian
- To get your puppy on a consistent routine of going outside to relieve himself, take him outside after certain activities, such as 20 minutes after eating and 20 minutes before bedtime.
- Although it may be tempting to do indoor house training on pee pads or newspaper, it can be challenging, since your Pom may not like being forced to use a pee pad in a spot he didn’t choose himself.
- If you and your family members are gone for long periods of time (more than eight hours), it may be more practical for you to leave an indoor area for your Pom that contains a pee pad and a few other creature comforts (bed, food and water bowls, toys). Remember, though, that your Pom may relieve himself in a place other than the pee pad.
- A good rule of thumb to remember is that a puppy can hold off from going to the bathroom for one hour per pound of body weight. For example, if your puppy is two pounds, he can hold it for about two hours.