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The Teacup Pomeranian is a miniature Pomeranian weighing no more than four pounds. Other than their small size, the teacup Pomeranian has the same characteristics as the Pomeranian. They have a larger than life attitude and a wonderful personality. They are an intelligent and loyal breed that absolutely adore their family. They have an independent mind and often believe they are larger than they are, which can cause a problem if they feel the need to attack a larger dog! But, if socialized properly, they will get along with other dogs. Their small size makes them ideal for apartment dwellers and they also make good watchdogs – barking if they sense something suspicious. Their extra-small size does make them more prone to injuries such as fractures and broken bones. The teacup Pomeranian is not recommended for homes with small children due to their size. If you’re looking for a lively breed with a big personality, the teacup Pomeranian is for you!
If you can't find the right Teacup Pomeranian Rescue that you’re searching for in your state, check below the listings for links to other Rescues in nearby states who may have exactly what you are looking for.
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Teacup Pomeranian Rescues in the USA
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