Left On: May 21, 2010 07:18PMFrom: Tara Sinka
Title: Report Help
Hi guys I don\'t gotta pom! :( Anywayz I\'m in the 7th grade and I chose 2 do my last report in English on poms cuz I think they\'re cute! :)
Itz due on 5/28/10 and I need help cuz I\'m stumped. plz heeeeelp!!!! Post ur ideas 2 help me!
(P.S. it\'s gotta b 4 pages)Report Abuse
Left On: Dec 23, 2009 01:19PMFrom: Paula Foltz
Title: Our adopted pomeranian
We saved a pomeranian from going to the pound. She was malnurished and did not look in the best shape. We brought her home and in a few weeks her hair got color back and she put on weight. A month later, we got a huge suprise, she was pregnant! She delivered 3 puppies (she showed no signs of pregnancy before the first puppy delivered). Here is the problem, she will not let us get close to the welping box. She growls, shows her teeth and comes after us. We have never hit her or done anything to make her this way. She isn\'t the best mother and needs alittle assistance. When she is out of the box she turns into the loving pom and craves attention. I am afraid to keep her now that I know she can turn on a minutes notice. I am afraid that she will bite my grandson. We also have a scottish terrier who loves kids and our pom, and she will not even get close to the welping box. ( That is fine) What can I do? I am considering keeping one of the puppies and finding a home for the mother.
Any advice?Report Abuse
Left On: Apr 30, 2009 09:41PMFrom: carin
Title: poop masacre
i have a pom named nemo,he just turnrd a year old on 29th.he just poops everywhere,he dosent have one spot that he does it ,he just pisses and poop everywhere,im going poop crazy somebody heeeelllp!!!!!Report Abuse
Left On: Nov 27, 2008 09:30AMFrom: mal
Title: do pom\'s do well with larger dogs such as a chocolate lab?
i have a chocolate lab who is about 3 years old and a cat who is a year old.I was wondering if the pom and the dog and cat would get along?!!Report Abuse
Left On: Oct 19, 2008 02:20AMFrom: leisa
Title: tea cups poms
how can you tell if they;er of small size when olderReport Abuse
Left On: Sep 15, 2008 06:24PMFrom: Rebecca
Title: How can you tell if A puppie will be A quilaty dog?
Also I am A first time pom breeder and I would like to konw.
If at 5 weeks old A pupie can not hold its ears up all the way will it be able to as an adult?
There is one pup that I do not know what to call its coloring? He is mostly black w/ some chocolate brown and he has white on his paws he is starting to get some gray spots as well. What would you call him. I know that \"party\" is an option but are there any others?
Also is there any way of knowing how big thay will be as adults?
Please let me know at RTk9s@yahoo.com! Report Abuse