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Pets at Our Rescue Group: Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve: Visit this page to see our adoption area: Happy Dog Rescue Adoption Area./~PA437/AdoptArea.htm About Our Rescue Group: I love dogs. For as long as I can remember, I've been crazy about dogs. And they seem to be crazy about me too. My husband calls me the Pied Piper of Dogs! When I found out how many were dying in shelters for lack of adoptive homes, I had to do something to help them. I fostered for another rescue for several years, was on the Board of Directors for awhile, and then decided to form my own rescue, so Happy Dog Rescue was born. The name is in honor of my sweet lab, Jessie, who crossed the Rainbow Bridge in April 2005. She was the happiest, sweetest dog that ever lived and I continue to rescue in her honor. Our Adoption Process: Adoption application (online), vet check, home visit, phone or in-person interview, all family members and pets must meet the new dog prior to an adoption to make sure it's a good match.
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Find Dogs for Sale in Allentown on Oodle Marketplace. pups for sale in pmbThank you for taking the time to view our website. yorkies for sale klerksdorpWe are a non-profit animal shelter in Upper Nazareth, Pennsylvania that is dedicated to taking-in discarded pets and keeping them healthy and happy until they find their forever homes.We have beautiful cats and dogs and even a rabbit. They're pets in need of a healthy, safe and loving home. Click on through and see if there is a pet for you!The Pomapoo (also known as a Pooranian, Pom A Poo, or Pompoo) is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Poodle. As a crossbreed, the Pomapoo is not eligible for registration with purebred registries such as the American Kennel Club, but it can be registered with the American Canine Hybrid Club, as ëPom A Pooí.
The Pomapoo is not considered a purebred because it doesnít ëbreed trueí, meaning that it doesnít display a consistent set of characteristics. Like other ëdesigner breedsí, the Pomapoo has seen a recent surge in popularity. Some breeders produce Pomapoos by crossing a purebred Poodle with a purebred Pomeranian (called a first generation cross), but others allow crossing Pomapoos with Poodles or Pomeranians (called a backcross), or with other Pomapoos (called a multi-generation cross). Size The Pomapoo comes in a wide variety of sizes due to possible parentage by the Toy Poodle, Miniature Poodle, or Standard Poodle (though the latter is rare). The Miniature Pomapoo is most common, with a shoulder height of 8-12 in (20-30 cm) and a weight of 3-14 lbs (1-6 kg). Pomapoos can have a long, narrow muzzle like the Poodle or a wedge shaped head like the Pomeranian. They can have straight ëPoodle tailsí or the Pomeranianís characteristic high-set tail, carried over the back. Most Pomapoos have medium sized, ëVí-shaped ears, short neck, and straight back.
The Pomapoo is longer than it is tall. Coat The Pomapoo coat may be straight, curly, or anywhere in between, and may also vary from short to medium length. The Pomapoo may be a variety of colors including black, white, and brown (most common). Pomapoos of various coat texture, length, and color may be born in the same litter. The Pomapoo sheds little to none, like the Poodle. Character The Pomapoo is intelligent, energetic, playful, loving, and loyal. Pomapoos are very devoted to their family; some develop separation anxiety and bark when they sense their owners are leaving. The Pomapoo craves attention, but if overly pampered it may become spoiled. Temperament The Pomapoo gets along very well with children. Young children should be supervised around the Pomapoo to ensure they treat it with respect. Pomapoos are friendly with strangers, making poor watchdogs. Pomapoos get along very well with other dogs. Socialization when young is recommended for the Pomapoo. Care The Pomapoo should be brushed daily to keep the coat knot and tangle free.
Straight coats require less frequent brushing and trimming. The Pomapoo has a lifespan of 10-15 years and an average litter of six puppies. Like other hybrids, Pomapoos tend to have fewer health problems than purebreds (known as ëhybrid vigorí). Potential health problems are luxating patella (dislocated knee), patent ductus arteriosus (a heart defect), collapsed trachea, and cataracts. Training The Pomapoo is intelligent and eager to please, making it easily trained. Positive reinforcement is best; harsh training methods will likely prove counterproductive. Activity The Pomapoo requires a moderate amount of exercise. It is fairly active indoors, but enjoys a daily walk or playtime outside. The Pomapoo is a good match for apartment life. Pomapoo Puppies for Sale - Shipped Worldwide! Finding the right Pomapoo puppy can be dog gone hard work. PuppyFind® provides a convenient and efficient means of selecting and purchasing the perfect Pomapoo puppy (or Pomapoo puppies) from the comfort of your home, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.