Breed group : Non-Sporting, Toy
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GENERALBreed group: Non-Sporting, Toy Type: Hybrid
Talent: Tricks, Watchdog
PHYSICALSize: Small Weight: 7-15 lbs Fur length: Ears: Pointy Fur type: Straight
Fur Color: Merle / Spotted / Brindle / Speckled
ATTRIBUTESLife Expectancy: About 15+ years Rarity: Uncommon Availability: Hard to find
Climate: Not good for warm climate
The Pomstom dog breed is not a purely bred dog. It is called a hybrid or designer breed type of dog. It is a mix between the Pomeranian and the Boston Terrier breeds. They have a silky brindle coat with pointy ears and short muzzle. Their weigh about 7 to 15 lbs. averagely. They have small body with long legs, long torso and a tail curled upward. These dogs are naturally loving, active, playful, smart and alert dog. They are great watchdogs and get along very well with people and other house pets.
The dog's coat color may be Brindle.
This dog's medium to short, silky coat is pretty easy to maintain. It requires only light brushing to keep it looking good and tangle-free. These dogs shed very little.
The Pomstons are loving, active, playful, excitable, smart and alert dog. They make wonderful watchdogs. They get along well with people and other household pets. Make sure to keep these dogs happy and balanced to keep this dog a delight to be with in the household.
This dog's grooming needs are quite easy to fulfill. They require bathing only when they are dirty. Clean their eyes and ears daily and take the dog for dental check-ups regularly. Their nails also need clipping occasionally. These dogs are prone to patellar luxation, heart, eye and skin problems. Regular visits to the vet should be able to catch these problems early should it occur and be able to have them treated.
This breed enjoys learning and is eager to please their masters making them highly trainable. In addition to this, they are very intelligent that they can quickly pick up during training. Early socialization will benefit this dog and their humans. As little dogs, housebreaking can become a challenge. They tend to take over the pack leader if they feel that no one is filling up that position. If the humans around the dog do not provide them with the proper leadership that all dogs need, behavioral problems could occur and escalate.
This dog needs their regular daily walks. Playing indoors should also drain their energy but they need to fulfill their primal instinct to migrate or walk. Dogs who does not satisfy this need could possibly develop destructive behaviors in the future.