POM PRODUCTS
Products for your Pomeranian
I'm often asked about what products I use for my dogs.  Here is a partial list:
 DOG FOOD

I recommend BilJac, because it's what I feed my puppies. The puppy select chicken recipe dry dog food.

If you're going to switch from BilJac to another brand, do it gradually so they don't get an upset tummy. Mix the new food with the BilJac for a few days:

1/4 new food to 3/4 BilJac for a few days, then,
1/2 new food to 1/2 BilJac then,
3/4 New food to BilJac 1/4.

GROOMING PRODUCTS

I use Pure Paws products for shampoo day

The Shampoo and Conditioner are the h2o line, and they have a finishing spray in the regular line.  It really makes a difference in the coat.  Here are a few links if you would like to order.  It costs a little more, but it is very concentrated and lasts a long time, you will be pleased with the difference in their coat.  I don’t use anything with oat meal, it makes the coat stick together.

I use Chris Christianson Grooming tools.  Again, they cost a little more, but the outcome is noticeable and it sure makes the job easier.

This link has a nice selection of scissors as well.  I have 3 pair.  Small for trimming around paws.  Long for grooming arms and body, and thinning shears for everything else.

MOSQUITO REPELLANT 

Cedarcide Original.  If used properly, biting insects will stay away.  It does not have DEET, so it's non-toxic to animals and it's safe for your family, pets, and home.

For use directly on people, pets, and indoors, Cedarcide Original kills and repels biting pests like fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, mites, and ants without harmful chemicals.  And, it's safe for clothing, gear, carpeting, furniture:  Cedarcide Original

FLEA & TICK PRODUCTS

ZODIAC® SPOT ON®

FLEA & TICK CONTROL FOR DOGS AND PUPPIES

  • Kills and repels fleas, ticks and mosquitoes for up to 30 days
  • Kills flea eggs
  • Prevents reinfestation of fleas on your dog

When your puppies are very young, you don’t want to use any of the topical poisons on them, or the ones you give by mouth.  I would recommend waiting until they are at least 3 to 4 months old.