Lulu, photo courtesy of Lynn
As soon as your Pom puppy is protected via his inoculations, you can start two daily walks, each lasting 20 minutes, and at a pace that is brisk for your pup.
3. Part of caring for a Pomeranian puppy means protecting your little guy or gal from injury.
So, this means that walking your Pom on a harness, and not a collar, is vital.
Pomeranians, being toy breed dogs, are prone to collapsed trachea. This is a terribly painful condition. With this, weakened tracheal rings are prone to collapsing inward. A trigger for this is pressure due to being on leash and collar; all stress is placed on the neck.
To avoid this, slip a harness on your puppy. Not only does this keep the neck free of pressure, since it is distributed over the much stronger and muscled back, chest, and shoulders, but it's also much more helpful in controlling a puppy to walk where you wish.