Raising Pomeranians is not an easy task as they are born picky eaters. They do not like rice and vegetables. Although their favorite food is meat, organs and eggs, you have to force them to eat rice and vegetables, which are high in carbohydrates and vitamins, by grinding meat and mixing it with rice (or porridge) and vegetables (finely chopped) for better digestion. Poms are prone to early tooth loss, so you should have them chew on big bones to help strengthen their teeth.
How to raise Pomeranians?
With a small stature and a lovely appearance, the Pomeranian has enjoyed a great popularity all over the world. However, considered a noble dog, this breed is quite needy and difficult to take care of, as Pomeranians have been raised and pampered by noble families for centuries. Moreover, their long and thick coat requires high maintenance, which may be not suitable for everyone. This article will guide you through how to raise Pomeranians, including feeding, grooming and taking care of them.