FOSTER HOMES NEEDED - Pomeranian Dog For Adoption
Pomeranian Dog For Adoption in Harrisburg, PA, USA
FOSTER HOMES NEEDED
|Location:||Harrisburg, PA 17112
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Posted Breed: Pomeranian. See FOSTER HOMES NEEDED's HomepageGo to our official websiteYou can fill out an adoption application online on our official website. Foster A Pomeranian Today! Too many Pommys are sitting in cold shelters, are being neglected and/or abused, and are no longer wanted by their current owners. Opening up your home temporarily to these Angels allows us to help save one Pom at a time! Without foster homes in rescue, many Poms don't stand a chance and are often euthanized for shelter space. PPR is a very reputable rescue and take pride in the love and care that we give to each and every one of our rescued Poms. We provide all medical care from spaying/neutering, vaccinations, microchips, heartworm and fecal tests to any other care the vet recommends, such as X-rays, blood work, thyroid panels, dental work, casts and splints, special diets, etc. All we ask from our fosters is to provide a safe and nurturing environment to help heal the physical and emotional trauma that many of these pups have gone through. If you can open your home to just one Pom, then that's one life saved. Please don't delay. Fill out our foster app at http://PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org, call us at (717) 350-8346, or visit us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PawsitivelyPomRescue.
|A.K.A. :||Deutscher Spitz; Zwergspitz; Spitz nain; Spitz enano; Pom; Zwers|
|Overview:||The Pomeranian is a very inquisitive dog. He's intelligent and trains well. Moreover, he's quite wary of strangers, so may serve as a great ' though tiny ' watch dog.|
|Colors:||All colors and patterns allowed.|
|Coat:||The undercoat is soft and dense. The outer coat is long, straight, glistening and harsh in texture, standing off from the body and forming a frill around the neck, shoulders and chest. The tail is profusely covered with long, harsh, spreading, straig|
|Character:||Pomeranians are intelligent and eager to learn. Very loyal to their family, these dogs are protective of children.|
|Temperament:||This breed gets along well with other dogs and most household pets. However, They do not do well with a lot of attention from young children.|
|Care:||Its double coat needs brushing twice weekly, more when shedding.|
|Training:||This breed should be trained at an early age to control its barking. They are quite intelligent, so training goes quite smoothly.|
|Activity:||A Pomeranian enjoys short walks and playing in the yard.|
|Country of Origin:||Germany|
|Health Issue:||This breed is prone to slipped stifle, dislocated patella, heart and skin problems, and eye infections.|
|Life Expectancy:||about 15|
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Date listed: 07/14/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Pomeranian (medium coat). Romeo oh Romeo how beautiful you are! This guy is the sweetest most gentle Pom you will ever meet! Romeo came to us from a local kill shelter and was only minutes away from being euthanized when we stepped in. Romeo is an outgoing Pom that LOVES everyone! He is great with kids, dogs, and cats. This sweetheart is leash trained, crate trained, and semi house trained so we just keep a belly band on him. Romeo loves to be groomed which is a good thing as he has that thick gorgeous Pom coat. He is estimated to be 10 years old and weighs 11 pounds. Romeo has collapsing bronchi which is easily managed with medicine and a grade 3 heart murmur. The heart is enlarged and he has leaky valves, but the cardiology work up showed no signs of heart failure. This means Romeo still has years of love to give. To adopt Romeo, please submit an application at PomPaws.org. His $250 adoption fee ($150 for senior citizens 65+) includes core vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella) heartworm/lyme test, micrchip, blood work, neuter, dental, and all the love you can handle!
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Date listed: 05/06/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Pomeranian (long coat). We are pleased to introduce our big beautiful boy, Frankie! This guy is the best dog you could ever ask for. Unfortunately, Frankie does suffer from diabetes so he needs insulin injections twice a day. He may only be 6, but he has the mildly elevated kidney levels. We have successfully treated Frankie's failing kidneys with supplements and his kidney values improve with each blood draw. He is now at a point where he is stable on the medications we are using and will need to be maintained with the medications to ensure his kidney levels do not go back up. Frankie is a laid back Pom that weighs 16 pounds. He is great with other pets in the home, loves children, and loves to snuggle! This guy is the definition of a love bug. Don't let his diagnosis fool you either because he is full of life. He carries around his toys, runs and plays in the yard, and just wants attention. Don't let the diabetes deter you, giving two injections a day is easy as pie with this big sweetie. We will teach you everything you need to know to care for Frankie. Won't you give this darling boy his happily ever after? To adopt Frankie, please submit an application at PomPaws.org. His $250 adoption fee ($150 for senior citizens 65+) includes core vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella), heartworm/lyme test, microchip, blood work, diabetic supplies, renal panels, subcutaneous fluid supplies, and all the love you can handle .Tags:
Date listed: 04/22/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Pomeranian (medium coat). Arf! Arf! My name is ChaChi. I once was blind, but these nice people had my cataracts removed so now I can see again. I weigh 12 pounds and am about 7 years old so I have lots of love left to give. In fact, I am a total lover and snuggling is my favorite thing in the whole world! I do have diabetes, but please don't be scared as it is completely manageable and I am well regulated. I need insulin injections twice a day and I am a good boy for my shot. I love my food and even dance for treats. My house training is coming along, but I just had a bladder stone removed so my bladder does leak sometimes. This is an easy fix by letting me sport around my fashionable belly band. I am looking for a home that will snuggle me all night long and give me lots of rubs. I can be a little vocal when other dogs try to invade my snuggle time. I sometimes give a little growl and that usually scares those other pesky poms away so I can have you all to myself. Don't you worry though, I will only growl and never go past that point. I do go in my crate willingly to eat or for a treat. I walk like a professional on a leash and even like riding in the car. I just want a family that will love me and give me the best life possible. Won't you be my forever family? We will teach you everything there is to know about maintaining ChaChi's diabetes. To adopt ChaChi, please submit an application at PomPaws.org. His $250 adoption fee ($150 for senior citizens 65+) includes core vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella) heartworm/lyme test, microchip, blood work, cystotomy, diabetic supplies, cataract removal, dental cleaning, and all the love you can handle.
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Date listed: 04/15/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Pomeranian. Chulo is searching for his forever home! This gorgeous boy is 7 pounds and 7 years old. He is the sweetest, funniest, and most loving pommy boy you will ever meet! Chulo came to us after his elderly owner could no longer care for him and the extended family noticed he may have some health issues. Poor Chulo is diabetic, but easily maintained on a small dose of insulin twice a day. Even though he is newly diagnosed, he is well regulated and accepting of his shots. We truly hope his diabetes does not scare potential adopters away because it is a manageable illness and he has a long life ahead of him. Chulo loves everyone whether human or furry, enjoys playing, getting belly rubs, and even likes to romp with the other poms in his foster home on occassion. Chulo does wear a belly band as he does mark on rare occassions. He is crate trained, leash trained, and even knows commands. This little guy adores older children as well so we can see him being a good fit for almost any home. We will teach you everything you need to know to care for Chulo so won't you find it in your heart to give this amazing little guy his happily ever after? To adopt Chulo, please submit an application at PomPaws.org. His $250 adoption fee ($150 for senior citizens 65+) includes core vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella) heartworm/lyme test, fecal, microchip, blood work, neuter, dental, and all the love you can handl e.
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Date listed: 03/11/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Pomeranian (medium coat). Truffle is a 10-year-old male Pomeranian and weighs 12 pounds. Recently, he developed diabetes, but was quickly regulated with insulin injections every 12 hours. He lived with his original owners his entire life and came to us after their divorce. He knows quite a few commands and loves to turn in circles for treats. Truffle is looking for a human companion to call his own! Truffle is completely housetrained as long as he is kept on a schedule or has access to a doggy door. He loves to go for walks, car rides, and outdoor activities, such as hiking, fishing, or just every day errands. We envision Truffle with a single man or woman who is looking for a loyal friend. He will follow you everywhere and wait by the door for you. Truff does have a few quirks that are easily manageable: he can be toy aggressive with other dogs, but that seemed to diminish after the first week or two and easily corrected; he's quickly learned that grooming is fun and enjoys being bathed and brushed; he will bolt out the door if given the chance, but a firm "sit and stay" command does the trick. Truffle also has an issue with large objects like assistive walkers or vacuums moving in front of him and he will move to bite the object, but not the person. He looks for guidance and loves to please. We would love to see Truffle in a home without young children or elderly adults and with a fenced yard. Truffle is neutered, up-to-date on rabies, parvo/distemper, and bordatella vaccines, microchipped, has been dewormed, fecal and heartworm/lyme/erlichia/ and anaplasmosis tested, and has been started on monthly heartworm and flea/tick preventative. His adoption donation is $250. If you are interested in adopting Truffle, please visit our website at PomPaws.org for an application.
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Date listed: 02/24/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Pomeranian. Hi I'm Cam or as my foster mom calls me, Charlie! I'm an older gentle soul that is looking for a not so young family. I like watching tv, hanging out, and taking an occasional stroll around the yard. I'm not into leashes I prefer to just roam freely around a fenced yard so you must have a fence. I get along great with other dogs & even cats. I'm still nervous around people so I would prefer if your love, attention & patience with me was in a quieter home. You see I came from a puppy mill and was forced to breed for ten years of my life without human contact. This is why I am so scared. My hips are arthritic since they kept me in a cage for so long and I never got to stretch out my legs or even run. Now I am taking each day in and trying my best to enjoy new things. I would love if a family without young children would help me life my life to the fullest since I missed out on so much. Cam is a 10yo cream sable pomeranian that weighs 8 pounds. To adopt Cam, please submit an application at PomPaws.org. His $250 adoption fee ($150 for senior citizens 65+) includes core vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella), heartworm/lyme test, microchip, blood work, neuter, and dental cleaning.
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Date listed: 01/13/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Pomeranian (medium coat). Eli is a handsome 8-9 year old, 11-pound Pomeranian. He was picked up as a stray by a local shelter and transferred to our care with a tail injury. It was determined that he got his tail caught in something while he was out running on his own and he did what any animal would do to get free…he broke it. Fortunately for him, the break did not sever the blood supply and he was able to keep his tail. Unfortunately, his tail is paralyzed for life and will always hang straight down. We feel that he likely has bits of sensations as you will catch him chasing his tail from time to time. He has full control of his bladder and is 100% house trained. He has 99% control over his bowels, but every once in a while…maybe once a week…we might find an uncontrolled nugget. As long as he is trimmed short around that area, he requires less maintenance than our Pom with full coats. Eli is a pretty cool little dog who is fairly independent. He loves to chase laser lights just like a cat. He will bark at things he doesn’t understand…like the vacuum or Christmas lights. He loves to sleep above your head on the pillow. He is great with other dogs…he doesn’t play but coexists beautifully. He will let you know when he is hungry or needs to go outside. He would do best with a single person or couple without small children in the home. His only quirk is that we don’t think he was petted, groomed, or handled often. You will need time to develop trust with Eli before you can easily pet him below the shoulder blades. He would bite us at first, but it really didn’t hurt. Now we can talk him through it and let him know everything is just fine. Because of this, we also would not place him into a home with senior citizens. We hope you can see through the baggage and straight into Eli’s soul, because he really is a good, loyal companion. Eli’s adoption fee is $250 and includes his microchip, current vaccinations (Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, and Bordatella), HW/Lyme test, and recent dental cleaning. He was neutered prior to coming into our care. To give Eli a forever home, please submit an application at PomPaws.org.Tags:
Date listed: 07/08/2016
verifiedPosted Breed: Pomeranian (medium coat). Hey guys...my name is Chewy and you know what they say about Dynomite?! It comes in small packages...just like all 6 pounds of me!! They say I'm an old fart, but I say who's counting!! They say I'm 12 or 13 and I say that's better than 80 or 90! Hmph...the nerve. Let me tell you a little about me. I used to live in Wisconsin and then my owner, who didn't take the best care of me, posted me for free on Craigslist. Can you imagine me...on Craigslist. Oh the nerve!! Some lady named Karen came and saved me before I ended up as lunchmeat. She said I was in really bad shape, but I was so happy to be away from my crappy owner that I was jumping for joy...so much so that I knock a canine tooth out when I jumped off the couch. It didn't hurt, but Miss Karen was worried because it left a hole straight into my nasal cavity. She then told me she knew what she had to do...then told me the story of rescue. I then made my way to Pawsitively Pom Rescue in PA and they knew what to do to get me better. It took a really long time since I was in such bad shape. After I was healthy enough to have surgery, they took me to a special dentist. He pulled all my teeth and fixed not 1, but 2 holes in my mouth. Then these people took my manhood! Hmph...really?! Well, I didn't miss them too much, but I sure do miss my teeth! See, I'm feisty and I like to make sure all other animals know that I own everything in the house. I will tell them about themselves if they try to so much as touch a toy, lay on my loveseat, or get to the treats before me. I also like to eat my food, then I will eat other dogs' food, then I will pee on whatever is left...HaHaha! They say I am housebroken, but I also like to let the other dogs know that I own everything in the house by marking my territory. My foster mama doesn't worry about the damage my toothless butt will do, but she always has one eye on how the other dogs will react. So, she says I need a home without any other animals. I also am the biggest lover you will find this side of California!! I will be your best friend and love you til the cows come home. So my foster mama says I should be adopted by someone who is home more than not. That's who I am in a nutshell, now let's discuss my medical history. As I said, I have no teeth so you don't have to worry about dental bills. I have a grade 2 of 6 heart murmur, but my age will likely catch up to me before my heart ever does. I also have Alopecia, or black skin disease, where I'm missing A LOT of hair on my torso. My foster mama says you should be prepared to provide Levicrine (thyroid meds for my hypothyroidism) and buy me lots of warm clothes to keep my butt warm in the winter. I say at least I have more hair than I did because most men my age are losing theirs! Hmph...some people! My biggest problem has been chronic bronchitis, collapsing trachea, and lung disease with two pulmonary bullae. Those are air filled sacs in my lungs, which will likely never amount to anything. I do, however, have the notorious Pommy cough. So my foster mama says you should be prepared to keep stock in Torbutrol (cough med), Theophylline (bronchodilator), and a glucosamine/chondroitin supplement to help strengthen the cartilage in my trachea. She also gives me Zyrtec, although I'm not sure it really does anything. She said I need to live in a clean home with an air purifier(s) and without any carpet. She knows I like to rub my nose in the carpet from one end of the house to the other after a walk and it seriously aggravates my lung condition. I say she's just a worry wart, but she does know what's best. I've been in rescue for a year, but that's because my foster mama couldn't give me up after my first adoption failed. She said I liked the carpet too much. I say...what's an old man to do for fun! Hmph...I'm not an old, old fart...I could live for years!!! But I know my foster mama loves me and she wants to have someone who has more time to spoil me...more than I already am of course. So, she also says, that I have to go to a home in the southcentral PA area. Do you need a baby to love and spoil...albeit a feisty, funny one?? Then what are you waiting for??? My adoption fee is $250 ($150 for senior citizens 65+) and includes my neuter, dental, vaccinations, heartworm/lyme and fecal tests, and microchip. Apply at PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org. Ask for me....Chewy....Chewy for President I say!!!
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Date listed: 12/26/2015
verifiedPosted Breed: Pomeranian (medium coat). See Zander's HomepageGo to our official websiteYou can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Zander is a beautiful red Pomeranian who is a laid back kind a guy!! He is 9.5 years old, weighs 13.5 pounds, and is completely housetrained. Zander has taken some time to rehabilitate as he came to us as an aggressive biter. He has reached the point where there is no aggressive tendencies, except if bathing, brushing, or clipping. He is a great dog and is waiting for that special someone who is willing to reach that mutual understanding with him and take him to the groomer to avoid any issues. Due to his previous history, we will not place him in a home with children or senior citizens. He loves to play ball and will faithfully follow you anywhere. He is neutered and current on rabies, distemper, and bordatella vaccinations. He has been heartworm and fecal tested, and microchipped and is on monthly heartworm and flea preventative. His adoption fee is $250. If you are interested in adopting Zander, visit our website for an application at http://PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.Tags: