Friday, May 11, 2012

Pomeranian Dogs Health

The coat of the Pomeranian is similar to the Pekingese and should be brushed regularly (against the hair) to be free and frequent brushing of carpets also increase circulation and help prevent dry skin. Very little cutting is necessary and sufficient to remove loose hair. It should be noted that the Pomeranian sheds his coat thick, plush season, and that the Pomeranian is one of the heavier breeds of shedding toy in the world.

When it comes to the rest of the body, care must include sweet Pomeranian dog ears, teeth and nails and this race should not be wet frequently as it can dry the skin and hair. You should also avoid the use of anti-flea products on a regular basis as this benefit can remove oil from the skin and hair. Swimming season is definitely enough. Brushing your Pomeranian's teeth one day, or at least 1-2 times a week and not to sweet foods. Dental special is available for purchase.

Overall Health
Life expectancy of a Pomeranian is 12 to 16 years. A well behaved dog on a good diet with adequate exercise will have few health problems, and if kept trim and insert a Pomeranian is a sturdy dog. The breed has health problems similar to many breeds of dogs, although some issues such as hip dysplasia are rare due to the light, the construction of Pomerania. Some health problems can develop due to lack of attention to preparation, and the teeth, cleaning ears and eyes. With routine care of these problems can be avoided.

Common Problems
Merle colored dogs can suffer from mild to severe deafness, increased intraocular pressure, ametropia, microphthalmia and coloboma. Merle dogs born from parents who are the two blackbirds can also suffer heart skeletal system disorders and reproductive health.
Luxating patella is another health problem in the Pomeranian breed. Occurs when, through both malformation or trauma, the ridges forming the patellar groove of the knee are important and are too low to allow the patella to sit properly in a safe manner. This can cause the patella to "dislocate" (jump out of the slot) side, which will cause the leg to lock the foot of the soil. As the contraction of the muscles, the patella can not return to his position. The initial pain is caused by the ball to slip through the crests of the femur. Once out of position, the dog feels no pain from a herniated disc.

Tracheal collapse is caused by a weakening of the tracheal rings in the trachea. This occurs when the rings which normally maintain the shape of the collapse of the trachea, closure of the airway. Symptoms include a cough collapse of a horn may sound like a goose honk, exercise intolerance, fainting, and a cough that is aggravated by the heat of exercise, and emotion.

In Pomeranians, a condition often called "black skin disease" occurs which is a combination of alopecia (hair loss) and hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin). Other names for this condition include wooly coat, funk, shelter, disease or pseudo-Cushing's syndrome hair loss. This condition affects men more than women Pomeranians, and may be inherited. Although most affected dogs show signs of puberty following may occur at any age. Other conditions may mimic this condition, such as Cushing syndrome, hypothyroidism, chronic skin infections, hormonal and reproductive disorders.
Another common complaint is cryptorchidism in males Pomeranians. This is when one or both testicles do not descend into the scrotum. This is by surgical removal of the retained testis.

1 comment:

  1. This website is horribly hard to read due to the terrible grammar. :(