The Pomeranian has a mind of its own and certainly not as eager to learn and please, races, many others. It 's smart, but can not always use their intelligence to learn new tricks or understand their orders. Therefore, should firmly establish that you are the pack leader, and beggary, mood swings, or other forms of manipulation does not work for you. If you show your Pomeranian are weak and inconsistent, should become the leader of the pack because they are too effeminate to adequately protect the family and make the right decisions. But if you show your Pomeranian is sure and steadfast, willingly acknowledge him as leader of the group and leave the decision up to you. Have a mind of its own, but the formation Spitz will be much easier once you've learned to trust you as the pack leader. Never forget that the ancestors of the Pomeranian were sled dogs of Lapland strong in Scandinavia, and these races will always have a will - must, for example, be able to determine that the ice is too weak to stop them rather than with pleasure as required by the driver of the sled.
An essential part of training Spitz is to take control of when and why barking Pomeranian. Pomeranians tend to bark at every new sight and sound, and if you leave them alone for long periods of time may develop the bad habit of barking ceaselessly. The sharp bark of a Pomeranian is enough to drive, and your neighbors mad at any time, and training Spitz, therefore, always in control of the crust. If you're willing to spend much time on this type of training Spitz and live in a place where you have neighbors, the Pomeranian is not a good breed for you.
Pomeranians are a breed generally very friendly and lively dog. They love to be near their owners and are known to be protective of them. It adapts well to their owners, and can suffer separation anxiety if they are able to spend time alone. Pomeranians are alert and sensitive to changes in their environment and to bark to new stimuli can become a habit of barking too much in any situation. This is a bit 'defense of their territory and then bark when they meet outside noises. Pomeranians are intelligent dogs respond well to training, and can be very successful in getting what they want from their owners.