Pomeranian of any color require care, especially when it comes to maintenance, and white Pomeranian's will too.
Like any colored pom, white Pomeranian has a double layer that needs to be brushed evenly to reduce dullness and keep hair loose.
She also needs to clean her ears regularly to avoid infection, and her nails cut to prevent damage.
In addition, white Pomeranian have some special care requirements that you may want to be aware of.
Tear stains: White Pomeranian's are more likely to show tear stains than Pomeranian's of most other colors. It's best to have some quality tear stain products available and don't forget to wipe your white Pomeranian face regularly and carefully with a clean dog towel.
Overgrown Paw Hair: Since Pomeranian fur is a very pure white, we recommend trimming the claws to protect the long hair from accumulating excess dirt and debris that is clearly visible on its white claws. .
Sequential wipes: Whenever you white Pomeranian comes out of clinking or walking, it's best to wipe it with a good quality dog tissue. This will help keep your hair white between baths.
The Pomeranian's, for example, are a small but active breed. Daily short walks and a little time to play in the yard or at home are sufficient to meet his training needs.