How Much Does a Pomeranian Cost?


If you are thinking of buying a small dog, then pomeranians are a great choice. They are  one of the cutest dog breeds ever. Playful, spirited, intelligent and self-confident, this little ball of fur is nicknamed ‘the dog who thinks he can’. They are protective, loyal companions that love being around their owners. Their personal appeal and desire to please their owners makes them one of the most popular breed of pet dogs in many parts of the world. There are many factors to consider while purchasing a pomeranian. This article covers some of the most basic information regarding the purchase of a pomeranian.

So How Much Does a Pomeranian Cost?

The price of a Pomeranian dog actually depends on a lot of factors such as whether the dog is a puppy or an adult, whether he is purebred, his location and health.  According to PuppyFind, prices can start from $500 and reach as high as $4,000. However, in general, you can get a pomeranians in the price range $600-$1,500.

Should You Get a Purebred Pomeranian?

The appearance of the dog as well as the breed-quality plays a pretty significant role in determining the cost range. For an average looking dog, price can go down  significantly, whereas for a dog with rare and exotic colored fur, the price tag can go up quite a bit. Purebreds are extremely pretty and very eminent looking and therefore can be quite expensive too.

Should the Age of the Dog be Considered?

The age of the dog is another important factor to be considered. The best time to buy a puppy is when it is around six to eight weeks old, because at this age the dog is weaned and is capable of adjusting to new surroundings rather quickly. You will have to pay a bigger amount of money for puppies. The older the dog, the lower will be the price.

Choose a Good Time and Place, and Get a Good Deal on Pomeranian

Depending on the location of the dog, the prices can change. As the state regulations vary, the seller or breeder may be subjected to higher fees, which could then be transferred over to the buyer in some form. Shipping cost is another factor that needs to be considered if you are buying the dog from a different state. However, shipping costs can be avoided if you buy the dog locally.

Another important factor that affects the availability and price is the seasons. During the the winter months, the demand is generally less  and so breeders often reduce their prices in order to sell out all the litters. This is not the case in places having moderate climate.  So a good way to get a puppy at cheaper prices is to buy it from areas with colder winters.

Registration is Important

Registration is an important thing to keep in mind, if you’ve decided to purchase a Pomeranian. Although you can find many unregistered animals of good quality that have been properly cared for by the breeder, registration with a good organization indicates that certain rules and regulations have been followed. The American Kennel Club (AKC) and the Continental Kennel Club (CKC) registrations are the two major registration organizations.

Some Things to Avoid

While buying a pomeranian, if you come across a price that is exceptionally low or high, then you should definitely avoid the purchase. Too low a price may mean that there is something wrong with the dog or that it was bred in a puppy farm, whereas very high prices may indicate that it’s a scam. So make sure to take a wise decision. The fine print of the deal provided by the seller should be read thoroughly. In some cases the price may also include coupons, grooming supplies, a kennel or even things that were dear to the dog.

Caring for Your Pomeranian

Suppose you have bought a pomeranian. The expenses, however do not end here.  Taking care of the dog is something that requires continued costs. The dog has thick fur that  sheds a lot. It is recommended that you groom your dog regularly to avoid mats and tangles that can develop easily, causing discomfort. Dog food, periodic trips to the veterinarian and other general maintenance, also calls for monthly costs.

Pomeranians are very protective and loyal dogs. They are suspicious of strangers and  tend to bark a lot with a loud and piercing sound. Although they are generally good with children, they don’t quite get along well with very active children. If you want to get a healthy dog, always choose a reputable breeder and avoid purchasing from a puppy mill, an irresponsible breeder, or a pet store.


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