My friend from Korean tells me these "breeders" feed the puppies just enough food so they don't die to stunt their growth to make them even smaller. Results in a super expensive, starved to near death runt that is smaller than a rat. Poor dogs... the things some people do for looks.Yep, looks like one of those monstrosities from Luxpup or mspuppyconnection. If you want one, expect to pay about $4000-$7000 for a runt from Korea that will probably not live as long as a normal-sized pomeranian due to health complications from being so small and deformed.
Poms from good breeders, by the way, are normally only up to 7 pounds fully grown in the first place, so you can definitely get an adorable, healthy little fluffball from someone reputable... and for much less money (probably closer to $1000). Do some research into the breed and see if a pomeranian would fit your lifestyle, and if so (and if you are American), start here, at the American Pomeranian Club website.
Registration. Registered dogs have pedigrees.Thanks for All the replies
kafkabeetle thanks for the picture it was actually that fur/hair cut I found cute
Rest: I only want one with not sure how to put it in English but record book or something so u can track back that the breed is pure I'm from Denmark so sorry if my English aren't that good or I lag some gramma
Written on iPhone btw so might be some autocorrects that doesn't make sense