Trimming that close to the body is dangerous (nicking the skin is almost inevitable) and that a Pom is not likely to sit patiently while you attempt to recreate Boo's appearance.
You are now stuck in a situation of either budgeting money for groomers each month or taking on a risky grooming procedure yourself. And again, if you choose to allow the coat to grow back out, there is a high chance that it simply will never look as it should, since that inner layer was cut into.
Let's add on to this by saying that the coat - despite being 2 layers and being so thick - actually works to regulate a Pomeranian's body temperature, which includes cooling down a hot Pom. The coat also provides padding; a very short coat like Boo's can lead to skin sores, particularly on the elbows and legs.
And finally, many owners have reported that their shaved down Pom displayed odd behavior ranging from nervousness to shyness.
Therefore, to answer the question of "Should I Shave My Pomeranian to Look Like Boo?', the answer is a huge NO. With that said, Boo is absolutely adorable and we are sure that his owners had good intentions.
The use of hair growth products often used for BSD or Alopecia
may work for those Poms whose owners tried to make them look like Boo and are now seeing problems with coat growth.