Many people believe that Pomerania, a region in northern Poland and Germany, is the birthplace of the Pomeranian teacup.
It’s not like this. Teacup Pomeranians hail from the Arctic, where they were bred as sled dogs.
Pomeranian size teacup They were given the name “Pomeranian” because they were bred as pets for the first time in the Pomeranian region.
Their ancestors were Spitz or Wolfspitz.
This breed has been known to the royal family since its discovery in the 18th century.
The best examples of royal names to own this dog are Queen Victoria, the famous Queen of Great Britain and Ireland.
He had a charming little Pomeranian who loved him to death.
Other members of the royal family who have this breed include Queen Charlotte, Josephine Bocharne, and Marie Antoinette.
This breed has several names
As one of the smallest poms, the Teacup breed has received several minimalist names from several dog lovers around the world.
Some of these famous names are Pocket Pomeranian, Miniature Pomeranian, Pomeranian Teddy Bear, Mini Pomeranian, and Toy Pomeranian.
Other alternative names for this breed are pom, loulou, pomeranian, and pomeranian.
Another thing to keep in mind is that regardless of the name used; The dog is not his own kind.
Most of these names refer to small oranges weighing between 1.36 and 1.81 kg.
Even so, Pomeranian Teacup is the most commonly used name when referring to this breed.
How big does a teacup Pomeranian get in India?
As mentioned earlier, the Teacup Pomeranian is a small dog with a short, compact build.
A teacup usually weighs between 3 pounds and 7 pounds. The Indian Kennel Club (IKC), a directory of purebred dog pedigrees in India, describes the Teacup as a Pomeranian cat breed that weighs 7 pounds or less.
This breed has pointed ears and large round eyes. The tail, which extends backwards, is soft and smooth everywhere.
The shape of the head varies from pom to pom.
The three most common head shapes that you’ll find in most poms include the fox’s head, related to the German fox and spitz, the baby doll face, which makes dogs look adorable, and the teddy bear face, which in exterior resembles a type of toy teddy bear.
As for body texture, this breed has abundant, thick, layered fur with a soft texture.
However, when the breed was first spotted in the Arctic region, it had a larger body, up to 20 pounds, and its fur was thick, heavy, and white.
Pomeranian dogs look very different. The reason for the different characteristics of these breeds is what happened during the development of these breeds.
Some of the standard colors that make this breed look beautiful and charming in our eyes are:
Sable (fur with thick and black protective hair).
Otter (brown color with some form of pigment).
Red (coat looks like red-orange or rusty).
Lavender (looks light gray with a purple mix).
Orange (orange feathers sometimes with black stripes).
Merle (spotted fur resulting from red, gray, or light blue specks or dots).
Cream (born white, turns darker as the dog matures).
Tiger (looks more model than color).
Other different colors are pure white, back, and brown.