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A Pommy Mommy's Guide: ... to being owned by a Pomeranian Paperback – November 21, 2014
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- Much of the information, I would say 90%, I already knew. That being said personally I did a lot of research before getting a Pomeranian and kept finding out new info while having one. I have a great vet who has kept me updated as well. (Things like: brushing the teeth near daily, why your pom is barking, and how to potty train were things I knew. The brush suggestion Tara gives, along with specific brands for sprays to calm your dog down, and ideas of how to adjust to your rescue poms problems were things I really appreciated and did not know!)
- Along with my first note I want to mention I adopted a puppy not a rescue Pom, I think this might be more useful for a person adopting a rescue. Especially if this is your first pom!
- Taras’ voice and sweet nature REALLY shine through in this book, you can tell she absolutely loves her fur babies and has made an effort to learn the best techniques to keep her Poms happy and healthy. It’s really reassuring to get advice from someone who has done this multiple times and is passionate about it.
Overall, I would say if you are a well-informed several year Pommy Mommy you might not find much new information in here, especially if you follow the Pommy Mommys blog. If you are looking to adopt a Pom (puppy or rescue) I would highly suggest this book! I do believe I might find myself referencing back to this book for various things.
It had general advise on health etc
Well done on the rescue poms though, you certainly love your poms and they are loved.