Pomeranian (toypom) puppies are for sale from these breeders in South Africa. Puppies are KUSA registered. Delivery can be arranged.
Four pomeranian puppies available, Ready to go. 2 males and 2 females. The puppies are dewormed, inoculated and the microchips are implanted by a registered vet. No breeding restriction or contract. Interested buyers can contact Dalene Herholdt-du Preez at 0732167180, phone or whatsapp. Posted 13.10.19
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Kusa Registered Pomeranian puppies available. Ready to go. Had there vaccination and deworming. A microchip will be implanted into every puppy. No Breeding restrictions. Pretoria Area, Please contact Louise Serfontein 072 202 2746 , firstname.lastname@example.org Posted 24.09.19
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Charlene Booysen, email cell 082 785 0894 webpage: Pomelene.
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The Pomeranian originated in the snowy wastes of the Arctic Circle, where its thick luxuriant coat kept it warm. From there the history can be traced to Pomerania in Germany and from there to England. Pomeranians are now popular all over the world. English Pomeranian breeders favoured a small dog and developed the dainty dog that we know today.
Pomeranians make good house pets and need only a small yard. They make good watch dogs.
Daily brushing helps to keep the Pomeranian looking good. They make a good lady's dog. When the coat is fluffed up they look like a powder puff. They are often called "Toy Poms," or "toypoms," as a nickname. Their correct name is "Pomeranian."
Children should be supervised when playing with Pomeranian puppies, as they are small and vulnerable. Puppies need peace to sleep during the day, and should be left alone at meal-times.
Pomeranians are classified in the Toy Group. They come in a variety of colours.
Weight: males - 1.8 - 2kg, females - 2.5 - 3.5 kg.
The Bible says, "It's a good man that cares for the needs of animals."
Proverbs chapter 12, 10
Toypom photos by Glen Hill
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