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IMG_5379.jpg IMG_5381.jpg IMG_5385.jpg ok so heres the story

I own a 2 year old pom she is my baby i just recently bought another one a male he is registered hes 5 months old and in my opinion hes NOT a pom he resembles a few small breed dogs one being toy-american eskimo i already love him so this will not really make a diff i really would just like to be sure so i can know everything about whatever breed he is
i bought him off CL and the older couple i got him from bought him from The Pet Stop in Orlando FL they paid $900.00 for him and as i say he registered as a pom Here is a pic of him and my lil girl she is black he is cream really mostly white with a lil cream around his ears and on his back>he has very short hair on his face and its very distinguished becausethe longer hair on his head crowns his face>also he is loosing his baby fur and hasnt grown his adult fur yet just as poms do in there puppy ugly stage but his personality build posture and face do not meet the requirements of the pomeranian >>what do you think???
 

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Looks like a typical, flat coated fox faced pom. Which is the type of choice for bybs and puppy mills as they can carry more pups as they are generally bigger.
 
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I agree. Poorly bred poms look like that. (Not to be rude, there's nothing wrong with the dog himself, I'm sure he's awesome, but BYBs and puppy mills poorly breed everything.)
 

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I agree. Poorly bred poms look like that. (Not to be rude, there's nothing wrong with the dog himself, I'm sure he's awesome, but BYBs and puppy mills poorly breed everything.)
Thanx for your reply>>>>I get it the thing is>> i have seen them with the long nose but it was the face that threw me it really appears to be shaved from above the eyes to under the jaw and i have never seen it so prominent. the hair around it stands straight out >>but most of the poms i know are similar to ahkiah>my black pom>either way i love him and it just make him unique:whoo:
 

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Also the fact that he was bought from a puppy shop increases his chances of being from a puppymill? This is what i heard
 

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Also the fact that he was bought from a puppy shop increases his chances of being from a puppymill? This is what i heard
I would say without a doubt that is where he came from.
He is a very cute dog, and I'm sure he's wonderful, but you may or may not be in for a long haul with health issues, just bear that in mind.
Petstore puppies are there to be sold, not to be health or sound. The more of them and the cuter they are, the more money there is to be made quickly.
 

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Thanx for your reply>>>>I get it the thing is>> i have seen them with the long nose but it was the face that threw me it really appears to be shaved from above the eyes to under the jaw and i have never seen it so prominent. the hair around it stands straight out >>but most of the poms i know are similar to ahkiah>my black pom>either way i love him and it just make him unique:whoo:
The white dog is an american eskimo probably a miniature if he stayed under 20 lbs. Bred in puppy mills about the time u got him and sold to dog stores.
 

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12-year-old thread.None of the original participants has been here lately.
 
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