I stumbled upon Doug and NorCal Pups on accident. I was looking for a cream French Bulldog and was shocked to see Doug had "Brie" (now Holly) and her brother "Cheddar." My boyfriend and I were looking to add a Frenchie to our family of two Boston Terriers and we fell in love with Holly's video and photos. I contacted Doug while my boyfriend was in Mexico and planned to surprise him with a leash/tiny harness when he returned. Communicating with Doug was a breeze and the surprise went as planned. I secretly placed a deposit on Holly on a Thursday and we picked her up on Monday. Doug's puppies are true gems. When we arrived, Holly was in an outdoor play pen tumbling around with her brother. Both she and her brother were fat, happy, and healthy. I was super impressed by their play area and how well they both interacted with visitors. Doug ensured we used hand sanitizer before playing with the Frenchies, and he stressed the importance of clean hands for your puppy's health. It was clear Doug cared for the puppies and wanted the best for them. Since we already knew we were taking Holly home, I was extra impressed with Doug's "take home instructions." I've raised two dogs from puppyhood, but no one was as thorough as Doug with New Puppy 101. He sends you home with clear instructions, food, and some starter supplies to make your new puppy's transition from his house to yours even easier. Thank you Doug for a beautiful, sweet, HILARIOUS Frenchie. We couldn't have asked for a better experience and we've already passed your site on to friends. We've gotten so many compliments on Holly, and at least two people wished they knew about Cheddar before he was gone. We love our little girl, and she is nothing short of a camera ham! Thank you so much!
The Pomeranian puppy is a great companion in your life. If you want to adopt small and teacup Pomeranian puppies for sale in San Francisco and nearby cities such as San Jose, Walnut Creek, Concord, Sacramento, Oakland, Dublin, San Rafael, Novato, San Mateo, Hayard, Fremont, Union City, Berkeley, Livermore, Nor Cal Pups is the best breeder in the areas. Our tiny teacup Pomeranian puppies have been bred to high standards, they are well behaved and affectionate and love to play. Read here the our customer reviews.
The Pomeranian puppy, also called Pom or Pom Pom, is named after the Pomerania region, from Central Europe. He is a breed of dogs descended from the Spitz dogs or German Spitz, a larger breed of dogs. The Pomeranian breed has become very popular since the 18th century, when Queen Victoria owned a small Pomeranian.
The micro teacup Pomeranian puppy is 7 to 12 inches tall and weighs 3 to 7 pounds. The Pomeranians have a foxy look and they came in a wide variety of colors like red, orange, white, cream, brown or black. They have a beautiful double coat, which seems difficult to take care for, but all it needs is a regular brushing. The Pomeranian puppies have dark shaped eyes and a distinctive plumed tail, which fans out over their back.
Poms are intelligent puppies and they are loyal to their families. They are very active and curious. If you want to adopt a Pomeranian puppy, you have to know that because of their independent minds, this puppy believes that he can do everything, even to attack much larger dogs. But if you let him socialize from an early age, he will get along well with other pets.
The Pomeranians make excellent watchdogs despite their small size. They are great pups for elderly and for busy people, being a quite independent breed. Poms are good dogs for apartment, but they have a lot of energy and they enjoy going for walks.
The Pomeranian puppies need a consistent and firm training and are very good at learning tricks. They also can be trained in obedience, agility or flyball, being very quick learners. The teacup Pomeranian puppies are excellent therapy dogs for sick and older people. Read more about this puppy breed here.
The Pomeranian stands out for his soft and fluffy long coat, that’s why he needs a brush and a comb twice a week, to prevent tangles. Dental hygiene and the nail care are part of the regular care of the Pomeranian puppy. He is prone to dental disease, so brushing his teeth at least twice a week is very important.
The Pomeranian needs a high quality dog food, to provide him the necessary nutrients and vitamins. The amount depends on the age, size, metabolism and activity level.
If you are thinking to purchase a tiny teacup Pomeranian puppy, Nor Cal Pups is the largest breeder of Pomeranian puppies in California, San Francisco and Bay Area. This puppy is a lovely companion and he will give you joy and unforgettable moments.