to Sue's Pomerama
presenting information about Pomeranian care and ownership including an
extensive list of FAQs, yummy dog treat recipes, dog poems, Pomeranian
stories, and links to other WWW Pomeranian and dog-related websites.
The Pomerama will also provide information on my dogs through a trip to Philbrook's Fancy Kennel, special TV moments starring my little cherubs, and additional photos and pedigrees.
This site will continue to evolve over time so please bookmark this page. Hope you have fun while learning some neat stuff about Pomeranians. Enjoy!
|Pomeranian FAQ List|
|List of Delectable Dog Biscuit Recipes|
|Stories for Pomeranian Lovers,|
|Links To Other Pomeranian and Dog-Related Sites|
|The Pooch Palace -- Ye Ol' Doggie Gift Shoppe|
|Finally, We've Created A Club Just For You!|
|My Kennel Pages|
|See What Puppies Are Available From Philbrook's Fancy|
|See What Older Adults Are Available For Placement
|My Little TV Stars|
|Additional Pom Pictures, Pedigrees, etc.|
The Pomerama is in the book!
|The Pomerama is soooo proud
been reviewed in the following publication. Please visit their site for
more information on how to obtain a copy of the book entitled: "Dogs On
The Web" (MIS: Press 1997) a link to their site follows the Pomerama's
"Hailing proudly from Germany is the smallest member of what is known
the spitz family of dogs. The Samoyed, the Keeshond, the Wolf Spitz,
Alaskan Malamute, and the Pomeranian, too, all share the same thick
coat, the curled tail, the indomitable spirit, and the wolfy/foxy
The Pom is just the smallest of the clan, and here Susann Lillian
provides this wee animal with a dramatic Web site that reflects its
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