The Pomeranian, often referred to as a Pom, is a small breed of dog with a thick, fluffy coat and a long, narrow face that resembles a fox.
Its small size allows us to easily classify it as one of the toy breeds.
It goes without saying that any long-haired dog breed requires extra attention, whether this be a routine of regular bathing, brushing or clipping. it is no different for the owner of a Pomeranian whose fine coat, if neglected, can often end up knotted, matted or tangled.
Whilst the Pom is generally considered a robust dog with respect to its overall fitness, it is a breed that can be prone to a couple of health issues (such as knee or hip problems). However, its long hair can lead to other health issues if not groomed regularly and this would include ear and eye hygiene as well as dental care.
So if you have a new Pom addition to your household and are wondering how to groom a Pomeranian at home, then this article can steer you in the right direction.
An intelligent dog breed, the Pomeranian can become a phenomenal pet/companion with the appropriate care and training.
Best Tips for Grooming a Pomeranian at Home
A regular grooming routine is essential for longer haired dogs, no less so for Pomeranian. Not only does it ensure that your pet remains in good health, but it also helps you form a deeper emotional bond with him.
This article provides tips, some videos that can help with Pomeranian trimming and links to quality tools for managing clips and grooming in the salon or at home.