Size: the ideal is 4-7 pound. As long as they are of comparable size, you will find it difficult telling the difference of size between the two without looking closely.


Females tend to be a little moodier, a bit more independent than male Pomeranians. The Pomeranian breed as a whole has such a wonderful, loving, animated, bubbly personality that it is difficult to distinguish any real differences based on gender alone. The males seem to be good old boys, and a bit more devoted to their Person, they love to snuggle.

There are sometimes subtle differences in personality between litter mates. For example: One puppy may be a bit more outgoing, more of a little clown or rascal, running full speed ahead to check out new situations, whereas another puppy may be a bit more reserved and tend to check things out more slowly when new situations are encountered. These differences are based on the individual puppy's personality rather than on gender alone.

Aesthetically speaking, males, and females are both very beautiful and elegant. Both Males and Females are intelligent, affectionate, and loyal companions, and gender difference will be minimal at best when the animal is spayed or neutered.

Neuter/Spay Surgery: is highly recommended, and is often required by responsible breeders to have your pet spayed or neutered. This surgery is usually done at about 6 months of age in both males and females. For females, the surgery is more extensive, considering the uterus is removed and thus a more costly procedure. For Males, neutering is usually a much easier procedure, with a very quick recovery time. When females are spayed, you will no longer have their heat cycles, or periods to deal with.

Furthermore, when neutered the unpleasant habits that give male dogs a bad reputation are practically eliminated. Neutered males get along well together and make great companions with other males as well as females.

Spaying and Neutering Facts Spayed and neutered pets are better, more affectionate companions. Spayed and neutered pets live longer, healthier lives. Spaying eliminates the possibility of uterine or ovarian cancer. Spaying before the first heat cycle greatly reduces the chance of breast cancer. Neutering reduces the incidence of prostate cancer and disorders.

Male versus Female, what differences are there?