If your destination is one in which your dog will be welcome, by all means you should travel with your Pomeranian after following travel guidelines.
Traveling on an Airplane
If you have decided to bring your Pomeranian with you on an airplane, you must plan wisely. It's recommended to give this a lot of thought. Flights over 2 hours can really put a lot of stress on a dog; even if he is in a crate under your seat, he may feel confined, nervous and suffer from motion sickness and ear pain due to air pressure changes. You may realize that your dog will be happier in a safe canine hotel or with friends of relatives. You'll also really want to consider if your destination is 'dog friendly' since bringing your best friend is only a great idea if he/she can remain with you to enjoy the trip.
Many airlines will allow a passenger to keep a dog with them - in a crate - this is keep under the seat. Each airline has very specific rules and regulations regarding the size and weight of the crate, so you will want to obtain all of the details in advance. If - hypothetically - the crate was checked at the airport and found to be either too heavy or too large, your choices would be to check your Pomeranian in as luggage (the dog is placed in the cargo hold. Some airlines will not do this due to drastic changes in temperature that would make it very unsafe) or to not board the plane.
On an airplane with your Pomeranian under your seat, you must make sure to bring plenty of water, toys and food, with the quantity reflecting the length of the flight.
One of the negative aspects of bringing your Pomeranian on an airplane is that, obviously, you cannot take your dog for a walk. Realistically, the only option is to allow your dog to eliminate while in the crate. And this is best done by putting a doggie diaper on your Pom. While a bit messy on the coat, it will keep the feces or urine contained (and without causing a terrible smell)... And you will be able to clean him or her up once you land (with the use of baby wipes or canine wipes).
Having to go to the bathroom while confined can cause discomfort for a dog and may cause sensory discomfort for passengers depending on how much odor escapes.
If the motion of the plane travel causes your Pom to panic (common with dogs on flights) a method to aide in the stress and discomfort of airplane travel for your dog is to obtain a safe tranquilizer medicine from your veterinarian. You must be sure to administer the correct amount. Never believe that a bit more is better.
If you must travel a long distance and bring your dog, try to travel via car by all possible means. If traveling via airplane with your Pomeranian the main keys to remember is to check airplane rules, have a very comfortable properly sized dog crate, new fun toys, use a doggie diaper and pack wipes for clean-up once you land