It is for these items that you can implement simple training techniques to teach your dog how to behave.
No matter which reason your dog's chewing may be out of control, one element remains the same: The behavior must be stopped. And part of this will be to give your Pom something to chew on that keeps them satisfied. Stopping them is just the first half of the mission; if you do not have the correct toys to give them to bite away on, your dog will become very frustrated. Dogs that are frustrated are dogs that become stressed and this can lead to not only worse behavioral problems but health issues as well.
The Most Important Word
"No" is the arguably the most important word that you will ever teach your dog. It will be used when housebreaking
your dog, when teaching him how to heel, how to behave when visitors come over...it will be used to teach your Pomeranian just about everything there is for a dog to know about!
How you say the word will determine how well the word works. If you are shy or have a meek voice, practice until you can loudly and sternly say "No!" and mean it. If you say "No" without meaning, your dog is not going to give it much value. When you say it, your tone makes all the difference in the world. Pretend that you are babysitting a child and that child is reaching for a very hot object. In what tone would you say "No!"?
Okay, now try it. Go ahead, try it out loud. Don't be shy because to train your Pom, you must be able to say this command word not only in private but in any public area as well. Your one spoken word should stop your dog in his or her tracks. If you have a very stubborn Pomeranian, you may use a clean spray bottle with warm water in it. The idea to is quickly spray your dog to get his attention away from what he is doing, while you say the command word. This will ensure that he listens to you.
It is vital to the training to never chase after your Pomeranian or to play tug-of-war with an object. Your dog will undeniably believe that you are playing a game with him and this will backfire your training attempts. When you catch your Pomeranian with his mouth on something other than an acceptable dog tog, you must give the very stern command word and spray (if necessary). At that very moment when you dog is thinking, "What?", take the object away and offer an acceptable trade.