Tiny and Butter

My pet Tiny and her friend Butter

My pet dog, Tiny and her friend Butter are Pomeranian puppy. As of today, Tiny is weighing  2kls and Butter weighs 3kls. They love to eat meat, dog foods, and chicken liver.

You may ask, what kind of puppies are they?Why are they so small and cute?You may wonder, are they like other puppies that can be a trusted family and friend? What can these tiny puppies do?

Some information about a Pomeranian.

According to some, Pomeranian puppies are descended from large sled dog- breed. 

They are a foxy-face dog, which is called “the little dog who thinks he can”. They have a wedge-shaped head with erect ears.They have dark, almond-shaped eyes sparkle with intelligence and curiosity. 
They come in a wide variety of solid colors. Sometimes, you might see a white Pomeranian with colored markings (called partly colored), or a black and tan one, or even an orange and sable one.

They are compact, active, friendly and capable of competing in agility. They are obedient and a simply being a family friend. 

Pomeranian puppies also called Zwergspitz, Dwarf Spitz, Loulou, or, affectionately Pom. They usually only weigh from three to seven pounds, this lively little dog has a personality the size of Texas! They are the smallest member of the Spitz family of dogs, which includes the Samoyed, Alaskan Malamute, and Norwegian Elkhound, among others. 

Poms take their name from the province of Pomerania, in Germany. They became especially popular when Queen Victoria allowed some of her Pomeranians to be shown in a conformation show, the first Pomeranians ever to be shown. Cute, feisty and furry, Poms are intelligent and loyal to their families. 

However, don't let their cuteness fool you. These independent, bold dogs have their own mind. They are alert and curious about the world around them.For them, they are much larger than they really are, which can sometimes lead them to harass and even attack much larger dogs. 

However, if you train them, they can generally get along quite well with other dogs. They enjoy going for walks. You can strengthen their agility by playing or running in the parts or by playing fly-ball. Some Pomeranian puppies are also have been trained as hearing assistance dogs. They make excellent therapy dogs and bring delight and comfort to the sick and elderly in hospitals and nursing homes. 

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