Of course, you love your Pom and he or she certainly loves you back; however, you may feel that there could be a better bond and a closer relationship… and perhaps a bit more cuddling and more shows of affection.
Your Pom might seem perfectly happy ignoring you most of the time, and maybe doesn't even like to play with you. You may be wondering how to help turn your Pomeranian into a lap dog, which this breed, in general, is referred to as.
In some cases, a Pomeranian may appear to be so independent, that owners worry their dog doesn't even like them.
Issues with seemingly weak bonding, where a Pomeranian doesn't play, snuggle, or give owners very much attention can be seen both with young puppies, and with older dogs. Though, the reasons for this lack of interest or acting distant are different, depending on the Pom's age.
Bonding is not always a natural process. In some cases, it needs to be nurtured and cultivated. And for many Pomeranians, there needs to be regular interaction that not only holds together the relationship that you have established, but also works to increase the bond.