DameranianOther Names • Pomdach • Pom-Dach • Pomaweenie • Pom-A-Weenie • PomweeniePronunciationdam-uh-rey-nee-uhnDescriptionThe Dameranian is a hybrid dog that is created when you breed a full-blooded Dachshund with a full-blooded Pomeranian. Since the Dameranian is a hybrid dog, its characteristics and personality canmimic either the Pomeranian or the Dachshund.Most owners report that Domeranians are very sweet dogs that are friendly with everyone. It iscommon for the Domeranian to bond more closely to one owner rather than two or more ownersequally. These dogs are very food motivated and will easily memorize feeding schedules throughout theday.Breed HistoryThere is no known origin of the Dameranian, but it is speculated that it was first created between 1990-2000 as a designer dog breed.Breed StandardsHeight (inches): There is no standard height for the DameranianWeight (pounds): 8-15Color: Brown, Blond, or blackCoat: Long, straight, and thick coats. Usually the fur around the neck is the thickest.AppearanceDameranians are short dogs with an apple shaped head and a beautiful medium length to long coat.They have a longer body than Pomeranians and longer legs than Dachsunds.
TemperamentThese dogs want to be next to their owner at all times. They make excellent lap dogs and will usuallypick a favorite person in their family that they prefer to spend most of their time with. These dogs arenice to just about everyone, but do bark at strangers.HealthIssues: Dameranians can suffer from separation anxiety when they are left alone. Normally hybrid dogsare healthier than purebred dogs.Life Expectancy: 12-15 yearsGrooming: Dameranians shed year round and will require frequent grooming and brushing.Exercise: Dameranians require one to two walks daily. While they are mostly lap dogs, they do havemoments with high energy that a good 20-30 minute walk can help get rid of.Living: Dameranians will need to live with the family since they suffer from separation anxiety when leftalone. They do well in apartments and homes with yards. Since this is a small dog, it is notrecommended to keep them as an outdoor pet since they can become a target for larger predators.Breed Recognition • ACHC • DDKC • DRA • IDCR • DBRDog Type: HybridSize: SmallSkills Hunting – No Guard – No Watch – Yes Sport – No Herding – No
Enjoys Kids – Yes Other Pets – No City – Yes Indoor – Yes Outdoor – NoEnergy Low – No Medium – Yes High – NoGrooming Low – No Medium – No High – YesFor more information on the Dameranian please visithttp://www.allthedogbreeds.com/breeds/dameranian.phpInformation provided by All The Dog Breeds - http://www.allthedogbreeds.com/