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Why Should You Own A Pomeranian Breeder In Georgia?

August 29, 2023

One of the cutest dog breeds in the world is the Pomeranian breeder in Georgia. It is also called Pom for short. Its cuteness has won the hearts of many people around the globe. Pomeranians are unbelievably adorable. There is, however, a lot more to them than just their adorably adorable exterior. Poms are not only utterly lovely, but they are also friendly, wise, energetic, and make wonderful watchdogs. It’s understandable why prominent figures like Queen Victoria, renowned artist Michelangelo, musical genius Mozart, and countless more have been enthralled with Pomeranians.

Here Are The Top Reasons To Own A Pomeranian Breeder In Georgia!

Are you looking for some reasons to own a teddy bear pomeranian in Georgia? Here are some reasons!

1. They Can Be Your Most Affectionate Friend

Pomeranians are outgoing, sociable dogs who yearn for human company. These loving dogs adore being around people, which accounts for the fact that they are typically genuinely happy whenever you engage with them. They will approach humans and allow themselves to be held, for instance, and many of them adore nothing more than cuddling in bed with their owners. It is because for this devoted dog breed, their owners are everything.

2. They Are Capable Of Learning New Command Easily

A red sable pomeranian puppy in Georgia is extremely intelligent. They are ranked as the 28th smartest canines for obedience and working intelligence. As a result, you’ll have a blast showing them all kinds of fascinating techniques. Such puppies frequently want to learn them due to their tremendous desire for cerebral stimulation.

3. They Are Enthusiastic To Play With You

Pomeranians are energetic canines that are full of life. However, because of their small size, they only require about 30 minutes of activity per day. Pomeranians and their owners can have fun together by playing activities and taking regular walks. Many poms are being trained to compete in dog sports because of their sharp brains.

4. They Can Be Excellent Watch Dogs

Poms make good security dogs since they love to bark and have strong voices for such small dogs, alerting you to any close movement. Your Pom may even make your doorbell unnecessary since the alert dog type would likely bark anytime guests arrive at your house.

5. They Don’t Eat Much

Small dog breeds like Poms need less food than large dog breeds, who must consume more to maintain their bodies. Their reduced hunger is advantageous for your wallet because it will allow you to reduce food expenses. So, purchasing a pom can be a bit costly compared to other types of dogs, but you will never have to spend much for their diet.

6. They Got Appealing Looks

Poms have lovely, happy faces that resemble foxes. Pomeranian breeders in Georgia have thick coats, highly plumed tails, pointed ears, dark, almond-shaped eyes, and are incredibly adorable. These characteristics are evidence of the Nordic ancestry of this breed. Although Queen Victoria carefully bred Poms tend to be smaller, they were descended from the huge sled dog breeds.

7. They Can Be Your Happy Camper

Pom owners describe their dogs as joyful, upbeat companions who make life more enjoyable and brighten your day. They exhibit variable energy, acting mostly hyper when interesting things happen. When nothing significant is happening, they become calmer. Just be sure you satisfy this breed’s need to play and be a “dog” before anticipating their desire for cuddling.

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Since Pomeranians are such cute tiny pets, we never compromise their welfare by transporting them. We take great delight in breeding healthy house pets. Puppies from Burnette’s Exclusive Pomeranians receive regular exercise and socialization. Your little pal will have all of their shots up to date when you bring them home. Contact us immediately to locate the ideal and adorable Pomeranian Breeders In Georgia for your family!


12 to 16 Weeks: Part 6 Behavior - Changes and challenges

December 23, 2011

Your pup is very inquisitiveand interested in exploring the world around him.  Right now his brain is geared toward soaking in everything it can.  This coincides with a crucial phase in his development:  He is in what is called the critical socialization period. Through 4 months of age is the single most important period influencing how your dog will behave as an adult.  Now is when the foundation is laid for the rest of his life in terms of his attitude toward you, other humans, and other do...

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12 to 16 Weeks: Part 5 Physical Development

December 6, 2011

Your puppy's senses and motor skills are well developed now.  He still needs to sleep a lot, but he's full of energy when he's awake.  His bladder and bowel control are continuing to improve.  His adult teeth are still coming in.  While this is happening, sometimes puppy teeth don't fall out as they should.  Have your vet check your pup's mouth on the next visit. 

Special thanks to AKC for this great information.

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8 to 12 Weeks: Part 4 Training Tips for this stage

November 2, 2011

Introduce "pre-training activities" - Although your puppy has a very short attention span, you can begin gently developing a few basic behaviors such as wearing a collar, following on a leash, and coming when called.  Keep each session only about 3 minutes long, with the emphasis on FUN, using plenty of treats and praise.

Since his immunity isn't established, your pup can't yet venture to training classes or public places.  But it is important for him to start meeting a variety of people. ...

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8 to 12 Weeks: Part 3 Health and Nutrition Reminders

October 20, 2011

Your pup's immune system is not fully developed until he's about 12 weeks old.  To help protect him from several serious canine diseases, it's crucial during this time to keep up with his vaccine schedule (his "puppy shots") as recommended by your veterinarian.  It's also very important to keep him away from other dogs, and from areas where other dogs may have soiled the ground, until he's 12 weeks old. 

Resist giving your pup "people food," but be sure to feed him four times a day with a...

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October 20, 2011

Like any baby, your young puppy needs to sleep for much of the day.  Keep playtimes short and give him lots of "down time."  Don't force him to keep up prolonged activity, and resist the urge to show him off to everyone right away!


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8 to 12 Weeks: Part 2 Behavior - Changes and Challenges

October 12, 2011

As your puppy shifts his dependence to you as his owner and leader, you'll become the center of his world.  He'll probably like to lie down on top of or beside your feet!

He is curious about everything around him.  He has a very short attention span at this age, and is easily distracted.

Although he had little sense of fear in earlier weeks, at some point between 7 and 9 weeks he may be suddenly cautious of anything new in his environment.  This "fear period" is normal.  He may be fearful o...

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8 to 12 Weeks: Part 1 - Physical Development

October 5, 2011
Your puppy is getting his act together physically - he's still quite roly-poly, but learning to coordinate his growing body well enough for playful jumping and tumbling.  Toward his 12th week, he'll start shedding puppy teeth as permanent teeth emerge.  By his 12th week, bladder control is improving.

As the new teeth come in, the puppy might experience redness, swelling and irritation.  Provide your puppy with acceptable items on which to chew.  While the new teeth are putting pressure on a pu...

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What to Expect in Your Puppy's First Year

September 29, 2011
I will be covering this exciting time in multiple blogs.  Please keep coming back to see the latest and greatest!

In the early days of his life, your puppy's whole world consisted of his dam's quiet, nurturing warmth and the close comfort of his littermates.  As his eyes opened and his hearing developed at 2 to 3 weeks, his world and his experience began to broaden--he learned to get his tiny legs under him, and he began to wrestle with his brothers and sisters.


Bit by bit, play an...

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Shopping List ... for Your New Puppy

September 27, 2011

Here are some basics you'll need for your new puppy. 

Food - we use "Science Diet - Puppy Little Bites".  You can purchase at PetSmart or Petco

Treats for Training - I've had really good luck with Pup-Peroni...something soft & chewy has worked better for me on training than hard kibble bites where the pup spits it out.

Food & Water Dishes - I use the heavy stainless steel bowls.  Be sure you buy the one with its base as large as or larger than the top.  It helps to prevent the pup from ...

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About Me

Thank you for taking the time to review my Pomeranian Website. In my professional career, I am a full-time residential REALTOR® with experience in all types of Real Estate transactions. I'm a Christian. I love my nation, my career choice and breeding Pomeranians. I utilize technology, social networking and online marketing to keep my clients informed; provide maximum marketing exposure, superior customer service and a smooth transaction. I have owned, trained and bred Pomeranians for nearly 40 years. Pomeranians have their own unique personality...likes and dislikes... just like children. When you are ready for either a Pomeranian pup or real estate needs, I am here for you...100%!

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