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A Showcase for the most beautiful Pomeranian in the World

A Showcase for the most beautiful Pomeranian in the World

Abbapoola Pomeranians

Abbapoola Pomeranians

Abbeyleigh & Auberge Pomeranians

Abbeyleigh & Auberge Pomeranians

Achilles Pomeranians

Achilles Pomeranians Located in Virginia

Afina Pomeranians

I am a small hobby breeder with a few litters each year. I take pride in healthy and well socialized puppies!

AKC Canine Health Foundation

AKC Canine Health Foundation

AKC Pomeranian Puppies For Sale | Pictures of Pomeranians | Breeder of show prospects

AKC Pomeranians produces finest quality Show and Breeding Pomeranians. Our world known dog kennel is committed to breeding poms with outstanding head and high set ears, short back, good legs and balance. Pomeranian Breeder

Alex Pomeranians

Alex Pomeranians

Aljens Pomeranians

Aljens Pomeranians located in California

Almana Pomeranians

Almana Pomeranians

Almondi's

Herzlich Willkommen bei Almondis Pomeranians VDH/FCI Zuchtstätte für Zwergspitze mit Rassebeschreibung, Erfolge meiner Poms, Welpenfotos und Fotogalerie

Alopecia X

Alopecia X

Alopecia X

Alopecia is medical term for baldness. A particular type of baldness has been described in the Nordic or double-coated breeds whereby the dog develops symmetrical coat loss on the trunk as well darkly pigmented skin in the bald areas. This pattern of baldness is commonly called "endocrine alopecia" as it is common in several types of hormone imbalances (in particular, Cushing's Syndrome, Hypothyroidism.)

Alopecia X - Black Skin Disease in Pomeranians

Alopecia X - Black Skin Disease in Pomeranians. German site with information on Alopecia X - Black Skin Disease in Pomeranians

Alopecia X in the Keeshond

Alopecia X in the Keeshond

Alopecia X Research Project in Europe

Alopecia X has been described in several breeds including Pomeranians, Keeshonden, Alaskan Malamutes, Chow Chows, and Miniature Poodles. Affected animals suffer from hair loss, which usually starts at the neck and body of the animal, whereas the head and front legs are typically spared. Additionally, darkening of the affected skin areas may also be observed. Symptoms typically show up between 1-5 years of age. We would like to investigate the genetic causes of alopecia X. For our research we need DNA samples from affected dogs as well as their healthy relatives

Alopecia X: Aetiopathogenesis, Clinical Signs, Diagnosis and Treatment

Alopecia X: Aetiopathogenesis, Clinical Signs, Diagnosis and Treatment

Altina Toy Dogs

Altina Toy Dogs

American Kennel Club - Pomeranian Breed Colors and Markings

American Kennel Club - Pomeranian Breed Colors and Markings

American Pomeranian Club

American Pomeranian Club