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  1. #1
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    Smile What breed of puppy is this?

    This little thing is a doll!

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    Pomeranian



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    American Marshmallow



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    Pomeranian. But I vote to petition the AKC to create the American Marshmallow breed!
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    How old is it? I'd say Pom or Samoyed.
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    Spitzcutenessatchu. :nod:

    Comparing to these, I'd say it's a superior in cuteness factor to the others white pom

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    My cat would call it an appetizer! Nothing that small would ever make it around my house. Four large dogs and six cats!



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    Quote Originally Posted by quarterhorse4me View Post
    My cat would call it an appetizer! Nothing that small would ever make it around my house. Four large dogs and six cats!
    please not the the CAT would call it appetizer (or squeaky toy?)

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    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.



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    White mini-pom.

    And Poms are cute as heck shaved too:
    http://cutearoo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Boo.jpg

    I'm not a fan of little dogs but I've always liked Poms. Around here they're just wildlife bait though, so I have larger dogs.

    People up the street from me had a hawk grab their yorkie and people across the street had a fisher eat their chihuahua. It's odd having a dog so small weasels and birds eat them. The teeny ones are more pocketbook in the city dogs rather than rural farm dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MistyBlue View Post
    White mini-pom.

    And Poms are cute as heck shaved too:
    http://cutearoo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Boo.jpg
    mini pom? Is that another puppy mill creation?



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    http://www.mrwinkle.com/mrwinkle/ima...-for-web08.jpg

    I had this calendar.... so adorable. Makes me want to have a really really old compliant pom!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GraceLikeRain View Post
    mini pom? Is that another puppy mill creation?
    Nah, they have actually been around a while.

    now, 10 years or so ago there was this TV vet who had 'Mini Munchkins'
    They looked like a mini pom with a shaved butt!
    That this lady proclaimed this kind of dog, at about 2 pounds was the ideal pet for a child....not to mention they sold for 5000 dollars...and yes, that is three zeros.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mozart View Post
    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.



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    My vote is for the American Marshmallow!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GraceLikeRain View Post
    mini pom? Is that another puppy mill creation?
    Regarless if they've "been around for awhile," the short answer is "yes." Because people want smaller and smaller purse dogs, we now have miniature Poms and teacup Yorkies.
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    My vote is for some type of Pomeranian - or a stuffed toy. Honestly - have you seen how realistic some stuffed animal toys are these days?



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