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Mini Pomeranians Overview

There is no such recognized breed as the Teacup, miniature, toy Pomeranian or any other name that implies that there is a separate and distinct dog breed, smaller than the standard Pom, which is „special“.

There is only one Pomeranian dog breed in the USA and in all of the other countries in the world. „Teacup“ in regard to Pomeranians is a marketing term – and if the dog is truly undersized, it refers to a dangerously tiny dog.

However, this term may be used by breeders as a verb (meaningful small) to describe a Pomeranian that falls on the low end of the accepted weight scale. These would be 3 or 4 lb. Poms (1.36 -1.81 kg).

What is not acceptable, would be a breeder who purposefully breeds unethically, to produce dogs that are a smaller size than the established standard that is considered safe; These would be smaller than 3 lb.(1.36 kg) dogs.

The only real and recognized breed is simply the „Pomeranian“. And they are small enough, as they are one of the smallest of the toy sized breeds, with a weight of 3 – 7 lbs ( 1.36 – 3.175 kg) and a height from floor to shoulder of 8 – 11 inches (20.32 – 27.94 cm). A dog that falls under the accepted weight will most likely have many health issues.

Also, any breeder who also shows would not try to produce smaller than natural Poms, as they would not be accepted into the AKC show ring.

To make sure that you obtain a healthy, well bred purebred Pomeranian, go to a reputable, honest Pomeranian breeder so that you do not fall into the trap of purchasing a dog that was bred down in size at the cost of the dog’s health. If you already have an undersized Pom, we have special tips for taking care of him or her.

Since the breeding world is filled with inexperienced „breeders‘, unethical breeders and scam artists, we want to make sure you purchase your puppy from someone you can trust. See our Recommended Pomeranian Breeders.

While it is true that this breed was bred down in size during its development, this is a change that happened over many generations, with only the strongest dogs utilized for developmental breeding programs. For a breeder to pair two tiny dogs to produce a so-called miniature one that is several pounds under what is considered healthy is unethical and makes for tiny dogs that will have issues with breathing, heat stress, trouble maintaining body temperature and for a breed that already has trauma as the 3rd leading cause of death, these dogs will be much more prone to injury.

Unethical breeders will go to great lengths to produce dogs that are smaller than nature intended. This is done by breeding together two „runt“ dogs, inbreeding and other very unethical methods. Poms under the breed standard weight very often have underdeveloped organs, diabetes, thyroid problems and more. Anyone who buys or is the gift recipient of one of these Pomeranian puppies is giving a helping hand to unethical breeders. If you were not aware, and already have a miniature Pomeranian such as this, keep up with regular veterinarian checkups and keep on track with your dog’s health.

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