How much should you feed a 4 year old Pomeranian?

So, how much should you feed your Pomeranian? Your veterinarian should always be your first resource for answering this question, as the amount will vary depending on age, weight, and other factors. However, a general rule of thumb is about ½ cup of high-quality dog food per pound of weight.

How many times should Pomeranians poop?

What Constitutes Normal Bowel Movements. Frequency – For most healthy dogs having 1 or 2 stools a day is considered normal. If your Pom has 3, 4 or more stools per day, this would points to an issue with loose stools, or may be diarrhea.

Can a Pomeranian weigh 12 pounds?

The AKC breed standard size of the Pomeranian is a tiny 3 to 7 pounds (which applies to just about all Poms in conformation show rings) and the actual size of pet Pomeranians is anywhere in the range of 3 to 12+ pounds.

How much are you supposed to feed a Pomeranian?

For adult Pomeranians, they should be eating a quarter (1/4) to one-half (1/2) cups of food per pound of your Pomeranian’s weight per day. For puppy Pomeranians still growing, they should eat about one and a quarter (1 1/4) cups of food at five pounds and two cups of food at six pounds.

How do I get my Pomeranian to poop outside?

The Leash Method Choose a cue word such as “Outside” or “Potty” and use it every time you take your pup outside to go pee. Pop your pup on the leash so he knows it’s time to head outside. Give your pup the cue and take him outside to go potty. When he goes, be sure to praise and reward him.

Why are Pomeranians not good with children?

Noisy young children may scare Pomeranians because they’re not used to being around children who move suddenly, make loud noises and generally have fun. If a Pom feels scared, he may run and hide somewhere and refuse to come out.

Are Pomeranians the worst dogs?

Unstable temperaments. Pomeranians are a popular breed, which means lots of unknowledgeable and irresponsible people breed them, trying to make a buck. That leads to lots of Poms with genetically bad temperaments.