Comments on Training the Pomeranian Puppy

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LaSharnda   dallas, TX

4/26/2012 10:28:49 AM

I just purchased two poms, both boys. I love them, but as the other person commented they can be really crazy. Loving one minute and they fight each other so much. My issue is when I put them in their little carriers, while i am home taking a shower or something, they are MAD and back the entire time. I read that you are to put them in there often enough to get them use to it and to not be afraid to sleep in them. They both refused to sleep in them last night.

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Shannel   Pocatello, ID

7/10/2009 9:40:17 PM

I just bought a 5 month old male pomeranian. I love this dog to death, he snuggles every morning, gives plenty of kisses, does the cutest things in the world...but.. he is also the devil. Ive thought about renaming him to Kujo so many times. He barks constantly, i do grab his mouth like i was told and as soon as i let him go he gets close to me and barks again! He chews and eats everything! Doesnt listen to a single thing i say. He is however becoming very well potty trained. But i need some advice what do i do about his constant disobediance? He knows how to suck up, or he knows that what he is doing is wrong because when i go to displine him he will take off like a bullet and hide from me. Someone help me please!

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Taylor   Strandquist, MN

1/19/2009 4:26:51 PM

It is very fun to do it. You know that it will be worth it!

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Caroline   New York, NY

10/11/2006 1:16:20 PM

We have a one year old female pomeranian puppy and she is quite a doll but a naughty one at that. She is very spoiled but we did a class training with her and are continually working with her. Pomeranians are very stubborn and very smart and know how to get what they want. They love to rummage through trash and other off limits items so i suggest strongly baby gates and crates for the little devils. I love my pomeranian but it is hard to keep up with their energy and their mischief. Be ready to spend a lot of time repeating training bc these dogs are stubborn

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Kim   Annapolis, MD

8/29/2006 2:49:51 PM

This is an excellent article. Owners of small dogs often do not think it is as important to train their little furballs because they can just pick them up to stop the bad behavior. My little Pom is trained and sweet as can be. They do love to please and it does take a little longer to train a small dog but it is well worth the effort. You feel a much more rewarding bond with a dog that will respond to commands.


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