Pomeranian

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Pomeranian

a very small (3-7 lb), alert dog with prominent eyes, a foxy expression, erect ears and a tail carried over the back. The long, straight coat covers the body. The breed is predisposed to patent ductus arteriosus, patellar luxation and tracheal collapse.
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The 51-year-old has been breeding the dainty dogs for 16 years and sold a pomeranian to rocker Ozzy to give to his wife Sharon as a Christmas present.
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