How did the Teddy Bear Pomeranian name come from?

7 months 2 weeks ago #38627 by Teacup Pomeranian
Teacup Pomeranian created the topic: How did the Teddy Bear Pomeranian name come from?
Have you ever heard someone refer to the Pomeranian as a teddy bear and wondered what it means?

The American Kennel Club (AKC) mandates that Pomeranian dogs need a "fox-shaped face" to most accurately represent their breed's appearance. Although not all of them are officially registered by breeders at the Pomeranian fair, the Pomeranian market today is dominated by three well-known facial structures: Fox, Teddy Bear and Baby Doll. Before discussing this difference, it should be clarified that there are no other physical differences between the two. Teddy Bear Pomeranian Puppies for sale near me and near you as well only at Teacuppomeranianforsale.

The Pommern tribe, nicknamed the Pom-Pom, is of the larger Spitz descent from the territory of northern Poland and eastern Germany, which is now known as the Pommern.

Although thought to have German origins, the Pomeranian is descended from Wolfspitz ("sharp tip" in German, based on the formation of their nose and muzzle); large breeds of arctic working dogs.

The first oranges weigh between thirty and fifty kilograms. When the breed gained popularity, starting in the 17th century with Queen Victoria's "Windsor Marco" weighing just twelve kilograms, breeders reduced that size by nearly fifty percent during her reign (1837-1901) to meet demand and to be offered to the public. .
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