The hard-working, work-loving Pomeranian is one of the most highly rated breeds in the world today. What is the personality of this short-backed, active dog?
The expressive little Pomeranian never needs its owner's brain to figure out what's going on in his head. It wags its tail when it is happy and barks when it is unhappy. If he wants to play, he'll jump on your lap. If you're in the mood for fun, go for it. They never lie, and they never shy away from expressing their opinions.
The Pomeranian is lively, mischievous and intelligent, and it is very easy to integrate into the family. But in general, they will be particularly close to one family member and see him as their leader. They love to be pampered and will go to great lengths to play with those they trust. As for those who don't like it, it keeps away.
Good business Pomeranian this little guy is very fond of business, if you quarrel with your family, you will find that the dog is not willing to be lonely and immediately join the battlefield, "Woof woof" with you to fight not also, do not know it is to persuade or to join in the fun.
Lively and active Pomeranian is also a born naughty troublemaker, although it is small, destructive but first-class, which requires the master's strict teaching.
Coquettish, coquettish is what Pomeranians do. They coquettish when they see you smile; Lonely and boring, need you to accompany when jiao; When you are tired walking outside, you want to hug you. Coquettish when hungry or asking for a toy. The Pomeranian's ability to play is no less good than that of playing petite. If the dog is right when you scold it, it will immediately quarrel with you, showing the nature of aggression.
Generally speaking, dogs can be trained to learn commands and tricks. The smarter a dog is, the easier it is to train, and the Pomeranian is just such a dog.