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I wanted some advice from anyone who has any on Pomeranians. I have a lab and I told my girlfriend I'd get her a dog once the lab was older... Well that time has come.
Any advice is appreciated!!
DO NOT DO IT!
They yap worse than any other dog on this planet. My sister had one growing up.
If you want to get her a good girl dog, get her a bichon frise. They are puffy and cute, they don't shed much, and they are pretty easy to train and don't yelp like a bunch of bitch dogs. Another good one is a bolognese.
This post was edited by RATT 17 months ago
If you have the room get a boxer. I have 5 and love the shit out them.
This post was edited by SteelBlue0348 17 months ago
Got my ex chihuahuas and they were both good never barked to much or anything
Goldendoodle, doesn't shed at all and will be big enough to play with the lab (60-70lbs).
i hate Pomeranians with a passion, my ex had 2 of them and they were a big reason we broke up, granted if she had let me actually try and train the little devils they might not have been so bad but still never met one i liked, go with a miniature doberman
I never thought I would say that I thought I liked the look of a dog with doodle at the end of it, BUT, that is a good looking dog.
I of course, am a big lover of pit bulls, but I also just bought a Scottish Deerhound about two weeks ago. Now that dog will get quite a bit bigger than the whatever doodle, but it has that shaggy look.
When I made my recommendation, I thought it sounded like OP's GF (or wife) was looking for a small ankle biter like most women want.
Yeah her sister has one and he literally thinks he's the king of the world. Biggest little man syndrome I think I've ever come across.
Appreciate the advice!
Stay with a larger breed... they tend to be less trouble in the long run... if you can get past the chewing your house to shreds
Yeah that part isn't cool
I put mine in a crate while I'm gone put a stop to that
Thanks, Captain is 16 weeks old. He is primarily an inside dog (for us) but definitely loves the outdoors. He doesn't meet a stranger either and is great with babies. The only thing he has chewed while teething has been his toys/us, no furniture or anything.
Yeah that's a cool looking dog
I know Billy has the english and he is a hoot of a dog
This post was edited by nstide56 17 months ago
Pomeranians are the most badass little dogs ever
MJ cracks me up
Cute as hell breed. Looking to getting a dog within the year and golden doodles are on the short list for breeds we like, but if and when we get one, it'd almost certainly be a rescue so it'd be a bit of a crap shoot.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
How firm thy friendship ... OHIO!
You could always get one like my new puppy. That is if you like a dog that is about three feet tall when they are full grown.
Got two pups right now. Get two at once. They take care of each other.
If you messed with the puppy I have right now, my other three dogs would literally eat you alive. It is amazing how much my pits love this Scottish Deerhound that I have now. It's like this dog has three parents. Makes it easier for me. I still have a court date for beating the hell out of the last person that messed with my oldest pit (he was about 8 months when it happened). Now, my pits can take care of themselves, well I guess outside of the one in my avatar which is a pup in her own right. The Deerhound is only 8 weeks old now though.
I've had two poms and they were freaking awesome dogs. Very protective and territorial. Both of mine were males who thought they weighed 80 lbs. my wife hated both of them.
Both were dumb as hell though. One ran out into traffic and the other choked himself. Probably committed suicide cause my wife was such a beech to them.
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