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Pomeranian

Pomeranian
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Help with old pedigree please9.1 years agoPomeranian
I tried to make a correction on mothers name10.1 years agoPomeranian
Why are some Poms so inbred?11.5 years agoPomeranian
Stolen Pomeranian found in Tuscola County11.2 years agoPomeranian
Registration problem on a particular bitch11.8 years agoPomeranian
Fixes to the website9.4 years agoPomeranian
Possible parvo exposure12.9 years agoPomeranian

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CH RUS RKF BLR Veseli Gnom Rollik - Dog:CH RUS, RKF, BLR Veseli Gnom Rollik

Veseli Gnom Rollik- black and tan pomeranian, it's homename is Charly. He lives in Moscow, Russia and very keen on walking, playing and sleeping in the mum's bed. He is sucsesfull in shows and in breeding programs in Russia.

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