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Rescue Me ID: 16-09-01-00569Toby (male)

Pomeranian    Age: Adult

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Toby had a rough start to life and now it is time for him to live life as a pampered pom. He is 7 years old and just loves to be cuddled or held on the couch. Toby enjoys having his back scratched, especially where his scar is from when he was almost eaten alive by maggots. He plays with water from the hose and enjoys swimming, in fact he could be in the doggie Olympics for swimming. Toby is often found sunbathing on his back or sleeping in his pen which he goes in easily with a small treat. He has the most adorable prance, and his tongue sticks out most of the time making him irresistible. He doesn't seem to know how to play, but he is ... (Read More)slowly starting to get the hang of toys. He loves to be held AFTER he gets to know you, however picking him up is ONLY on his terms. If he rolls over on his back and snarls, he DOESN'T WANT TO BE PICKED UP. Toby was abused by a child so he CAN NOT be around any children including grandchildren. It may be best if he is the only dog because he relentlessly tries to be the leader of the pack! He does well with a 7 month old female Pom and a 3 yr old male Miniature American Eskimo but he butts heads with the other 3 yr old male Pom in the home. We know the perfect home for Toby is out there and he deserves a life of pampering. Toby is neutered and current on vaccines (rabies, distemper, and bordatella). He has been heartworm and fecal tested, microchipped, and is on monthy heartworm and flea preventative. His adoption fee is $250. If you are 65+ the fee is reduced to $150. If you are interested in adopting Toby, visit our website at PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org to complete and adoption application. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $250 Animal Location:

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Dauphin County Harrisburg, PA 17112 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 16-08-10-00283Duncan (male)

Pomeranian Mix    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Low Energy 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    This sweet, 7 lb. boy is Duncan, and he looking for a quiet home where he will be doted on. He is house broken and may be 12 years old but still has energy! He loves car rides, short walks and snuggling, but his forever home must be patient with him as it takes awhile for him to trust. Once trusting he will be loyal and follow you everywhere you go (including the bathroom :-). He has a grade V heart mumur so a quiet home with no small children and calm pets is necessary as he does not need the extra stress. It would be best if his human was home with him more often than not as he deserves the best final days. Duncan does have mild ... (Read More)luxating patellas and takes medicine once a day to help with pain. Otherwise he is a healthy, happy boy who will bring joy to that special someone's life! Duncan is neutered and current on vaccines (rabies, distemper, and bordatella). He has been heartworm and fecal tested, microchipped, and is on monthy heartworm and flea preventative. His adoption fee is $250. If you are 65+ the fee is reduced to $150. If you are interested in adopting Duncan, visit our website at PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org to complete and adoption application. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $250 Animal Location:

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Rescue Me ID: 16-08-06-00183Maxwell (male)

Pomeranian Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Female Dogs Only, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: High Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered 

    We have to rehome our dog Max because he does not get along with our larger male dog and I am scared for his safety. Usually our other dog will ignore him but has reacted back. He has never had an issue with our other dog (female). He is also great with cats. He is not good with small kids (he would be okay with 10+ and has only ever growled when small kids crowd him).

 Adoption Fee: $50 Animal Location:

Allegheny County Pittsburgh, PA MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 16-05-27-00349Chewy (male)

Pomeranian    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Not Good w/ Other Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Low Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Hey guys...my name is Chewy and you know what they say about Dynomite?! It comes in small packages...just like all 6 pounds of me!! They say I'm an old fart, but I say who's counting!! They say I'm 12 or 13 and I say that's better than 80 or 90! Hmph...the nerve. Let me tell you a little about me. I used to live in Wisconsin and then my owner, who didn't take the best care of me, posted me for free on Craigslist. Can you imagine me...on Craigslist. Oh the nerve!! Some lady named Karen came and saved me before I ended up as lunchmeat. She said I was in really bad shape, but I was so happy to be away from my crappy owner that I ... (Read More)was jumping for joy...so much so that I knock a canine tooth out when I jumped off the couch. It didn't hurt, but Miss Karen was worried because it left a hole straight into my nasal cavity. She then told me she knew what she had to do...then told me the story of rescue. I then made my way to Pawsitively Pom Rescue in PA and they knew what to do to get me better. It took a really long time since I was in such bad shape. After I was healthy enough to have surgery, they took me to a special dentist. He pulled all my teeth and fixed not 1, but 2 holes in my mouth. Then these people took my manhood! Hmph...really?! Well, I didn't miss them too much, but I sure do miss my teeth! See, I'm feisty and I like to make sure all other animals know that I own everything in the house. I will tell them about themselves if they try to so much as touch a toy, lay on my loveseat, or get to the treats before me. I also like to eat my food, then I will eat other dogs' food, then I will pee on whatever is left...HaHaha! They say I am housebroken, but I also like to let the other dogs know that I own everything in the house by marking my territory. My foster mama doesn't worry about the damage my toothless butt will do, but she always has one eye on how the other dogs will react. So, she says I need a home without any other animals. I also am the biggest lover you will find this side of California!! I will be your best friend and love you til the cows come home. So my foster mama says I should be adopted by someone who is home more than not. That's who I am in a nutshell, now let's discuss my medical history. As I said, I have no teeth so you don't have to worry about dental bills. I have a grade 2 of 6 heart murmur, but my age will likely catch up to me before my heart ever does. I also have Alopecia, or black skin disease, where I'm missing A LOT of hair on my torso. My foster mama says you should be prepared to provide Levicrine (thyroid meds for my hypothyroidism) and buy me lots of warm clothes to keep my butt warm in the winter. I say at least I have more hair than I did because most men my age are losing theirs! Hmph...some people! My biggest problem has been chronic bronchitis, collapsing trachea, and lung disease with two pulmonary bullae. Those are air filled sacs in my lungs, which will likely never amount to anything. I do, however, have the notorious Pommy cough. So my foster mama says you should be prepared to keep stock in Torbutrol (cough med), Theophylline (bronchodilator), and a glucosamine/chondroitin supplement to help strengthen the cartilage in my trachea. She also gives me Zyrtec, although I'm not sure it really does anything. She said I need to live in a clean home with an air purifier(s) and without any carpet. She knows I like to rub my nose in the carpet from one end of the house to the other after a walk and it seriously aggravates my lung condition. I say she's just a worry wart, but she does know what's best. I've been in rescue for a year, but that's because my foster mama couldn't give me up after my first adoption failed. She said I liked the carpet too much. I say...what's an old man to do for fun! Hmph...I'm not an old, old fart...I could live for years!!! But I know my foster mama loves me and she wants to have someone who has more time to spoil me...more than I already am of course. So, she also says, that I have to go to a home in the southcentral PA area. Do you need a baby to love and spoil...albeit a feisty, funny one?? Then what are you waiting for??? My adoption fee is $250 ($150 for senior citizens 65+) and includes my neuter, dental, vaccinations, heartworm/lyme and fecal tests, and microchip. Apply at PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org. Ask for me....Chewy....Chewy for President I say!!! (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $250 Animal Location:

Pawsitively Pom Rescue Inc.
Dauphin County Harrisburg, PA 17112 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 16-03-08-00093Chloe (female)

Pomeranian Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Low Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Chloe is a tiny 6-pound, approx. 1-year-old PomChi that was born with a congenital issue called Hydrocephalus. This is a somewhat common condition in Chihuahuas in which the cerebrospinal fluid that covers the brain builds up and does not allow the skull to completely close. Chloe was born with this condition and has the largest opening in her skull that our vet and neurologist have ever seen. She is to be considered very fragile as the entire top of her head is missing the skull to protect her little noggin. We believe that this large opening has actually benefitted Chloe and kept the fluid pressure from building up and causing seizures, ... (Read More)which is the most common side effect with Hydrocephalus pups. She has been prescribed life-long Prilosec by the neurologist, which does not eliminate the current fluid in her brain, but will reduce any future production. Despite her condition, she fared extremely well during her neurological assessment. Other than the typical dome-shaped head and eyes that point outwards, Chloe is a healthy little girl. Chloe would do best with someone who has lots of time to dote on her as she is quite a lover and a Diva. To ensure her safety, only homes without children and young grandchildren will be considered. It is also important that her forever home have only small, calm pets with low energy. Chloe has made major progress in her foster home where she has become part of the pack after slow introduction to other pups while in her safe zone. She sleeps in her crate at night, goes out to potty with the other pups, and even uses a pee pad by the door if she does not get outside in time. Chloe loves playing with soft toys, sitting on the couch with you or in bed and getting belly rubs for as long as you can rub. It will take some time for Chloe to adjust to a new home, but with love, patience, and time it is possible. She will be overwhelmed at first so small steps of introduction is best and she would most likely require an area of her own with slow introduction to the home and pets. Chloe came from an overcrowded 'rescue' down south and was infested with parasites, which have been since been eliminated. She is a pretty normal pup and is learning that a human hand means belly rubs and play time. She has just recently taken interest in toys and likes to say hi to the other dogs in her foster home. Her demeanor has gone from quite feisty to accepting being handled, even by the vets which is a big improvement. A potential adopter must understand Hydrocephalus and the symptoms that will progress over the years. We highly recommend yearly visits to a neurologist to review her behavioral/neurological status and medications and maintain the best possible treatment plan for Chloe. There is a surgery available, but one that is not to be considered lightly as serious risks and complications can occur. The prognosis for hydrocephalus depends on its duration and severity, and our sweet Chloe is by far an acute case. Chloe is a special girl that needs a special home to love her...and boy does she ever love you back and provide comical entertainment. Won't you be her happily ever after? Go to PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org to give her a home of her own. Chloe's adoption fee is $250 (reduced to $150 for senior citizens 65+) and helps to cover the costs of her current vaccines (rabies, distemper, and bordatella), spay, microchip, heartworm and fecal tests, neurological assessment, and cranial ultrasound. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $250 Animal Location:

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Dauphin County Harrisburg, PA 17112 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 15-07-30-00366Peyton (female)

Pomeranian    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Peyton and Riley go together like peas and carrots and stick together like two peas in a pod!! These two have been together their entire lives and may even be father and daughter. They are very much bonded and must be adopted together. We rushed in to rescue these precious Pommys when their owner posted them on Craiglist with the possibility of Peyton being pregnant, as we didn't want them to fall into the wrong hands. A month later Peyton went into heat and we couldn't be more happier that she wasn't subjected to bearing another litter of pups. A FENCED YARD IS REQUIRED TO ADOPT PEYTON AND RILEY, AS WELL AS A HOME WITHOUT YOUNG ... (Read More)CHILDREN/GRANDCHILDREN. NO EXCEPTIONS. Both have the sweetest dispositions, but were obviously not socialized or cared for much in their previous home. They need a quiet home and someone willing to help them work through their fears of this world. It's very easy to see that they both want to break free of the mental anguish that binds them, they just need that patient, caring person to get them over the hurdle. Peyton is approx. 4 years old and weighs 8 pounds while Riley is approx. 5 years old and weighs 12 lbs. Both are kind, gentle and very quiet; however, Peyton does get very excited when you first come home and will bark for a few minutes to let you know how happy she is to see you. Peyton is afraid of steps and will need carried up/down while Riley does them like a pro. Both love the outdoors and a quiet, corner to lay in when indoors. They have come so far with housetraining, but still require patience and consistency. Riley also had a ruptured disc repaired in the middle of his back, which was surgically corrected and needs no further attention. He was also diagnosed with an auto inflammatory disease, which requires one pill twice daily to keep him pain free. He is also taking Prednisone daily and should be able to wean off this summer...this is part of the treatment plan for the auto inflammatory disease. Do not let this disease frighten you or scare you away as it is very easily managed with one pill morning and night. Peyton and Riley are both crate trained, current on vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella), spayed and neutered, microchipped, and have had bloodwork, fecal and heartworm tests, and dentals. Riley has also seen a board-certified neurologist and has been MRI'd from head to toe with two spinal taps. To adopt these special Pommys, submit on online application at http://PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org. Their adoption fee is $200/each (discounted to $150/each for senior citizens 65+). (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

Pawsitively Pom Rescue Inc.
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Rescue Me ID: 14-06-09-00211Truffle (male)

Pomeranian    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

     Truffle is a 7-year-old male Pomeranian and weighs 12 pounds. He lived with his original owners his entire life and came to us after their divorce. He knows quite a few commands and loves to turn in circles for treats. He does have a few quirks that are easily manageable: he can be toy aggressive with other dogs, but that seemed to diminish after the first week or two; he's not the biggest fan of brushing/grooming, so we simply take him to the groomer once a month; he will bolt out the door if given the chance, but a firm 'sit and stay' command does the trick; and he needs a refresher in proper potty habits when he first comes into a ... (Read More)new home. Truffle would do best in a home without cats as we are told he caught a squirrel once and it didn't go so well for the poor squirrel. He looks for guidance and loves to please. Truffle is neutered, up-to-date on rabies, parvo/distemper, and bordatella vaccines, microchipped, has been dewormed, fecal and heartworm/lyme/erlichia/ and anaplasmosis tested, and has been started on monthly heartworm and flea/tick preventative. His adoption donation is $250. If you are interested in adopting Truffle, please visit our website at http://PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org for an application. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $250.00 Animal Location:

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Rescue Me ID: 13-11-05-00105Zander (male)

Pomeranian    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Low Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Zander is a beautiful red Pomeranian who is a laid back kind a guy!! He is 9.5 years old, weighs 13.5 pounds, and is completely housetrained. Zander has taken some time to rehabilitate as he came to us as an aggressive biter. He has reached the point where there is no aggressive tendencies, except if bathing, brushing, or clipping. He is a great dog and is waiting for that special someone who is willing to reach that mutual understanding with him and take him to the groomer to avoid any issues. Due to his previous history, we will not place him in a home with children or senior citizens. He loves to play ball and will faithfully follow ... (Read More)you anywhere. He is neutered and current on rabies, distemper, and bordatella vaccinations. He has been heartworm and fecal tested, and microchipped and is on monthly heartworm and flea preventative. His adoption fee is $250. If you are interested in adopting Zander, visit our website for an application at http://PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $250.00 Animal Location:

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Pomeranian in Pennsylvania
    Pomeranian Dogs can make good pets in Pennsylvania if they match your IifestyIe. The Pomeranian is a poufy, fox-like toy breed. Pomeranians are vivacious and intelligent. This breed may become skittish around very young, rambunctious kids. Pomeranians need consistent, thorough obedience training. Pomeranians do fine living in an apartment if they get enough exercise.

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    Though it is surprising in light of its small size, the Pomeranian is closely related to the German Spitz.

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Allegheny County - Elizabeth, Pennsylvania 15037
Western Pennsylvania Humane Society 412-751-2010

Allegheny County - Pittsburgh 15201
Pittsburgh Bureau of Environmental Services 412-255-2036

Allegheny County - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Animal Rescue League of Western PA 412-661-6451

Allegheny County - Pittsburgh, PA 15233
Western Pennsylvania Humane Society 412-321-4625

Allegheny County - Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Animal Friends ABC (Animal Birth Control) Program 800-SPAY-PGH

Centre County - State College, PA 16801
Centre County PAWS 814-237-8722

Centre County - Centre Hall, Pennsylvania 16828
Pennsylvania SPCA 814-364-1725

Cumberland County - Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 17001
PAWS 717-957-8122

York/Adams County - Hanover 17331
Kitz & Katz Animal Foundation 717-630-5025

Lancaster County - Lancaster 17602
Humane League of Lancaster County 717-393-6551

Lycoming County - Williamsport, Pennsylvania 17701
Lycoming County SPCA 570-322-4646

Schuylkill County - Minersville 17954
Ruth Steinert Memorial SPCA 570-544-2920

Lehigh County - Catasauqua, Pennsylvania 18032
Animals in Distress 610-264-5554

Norhampton County - Easton 18042
Northampton County SPCA 610-252-7722

Lehigh County - Whitehall 18052
No Nonsense Neutering 484-224-2213

Lehigh County - Germansville 18053
Forgotten Felines and Fidos 610-760 9009

Lehigh County - Allentown 18103
Lehigh Valley Humane Society 610-797-3439

Lackawanna County - Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania 18411
Humane Society of Lackawanna County 717-586-3700

Pike County - Shohola, Pennsylvania 18458
Pike County Humane Society 570-296-7654

Bradford County - Ulster, Pennsylvania 18850
Bradford County Humane Society 570-888-2114

Bucks County - Richboro, PA 18954
Animal Rescue and Referral 215-752-7556

Delaware County - Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware County SPCA 610-566-1370

Philadelphia County - Philadelphia, PA 19134
Pennsylvania SPCA 215-426-6300

Schuykill County - Philadelphia 19147
Morris Animal Refuge 215-735-3256

Chester County - Frazer 19355
The Spayed Club 610-275-7486

Montgomery County - Norristown, PA 19403
Sanctuary Hollow 610-666-6312

Montgomery County - Hatfield, PA 19440
Animal Orphans 215-855-8990

Montgomery County - Lafayette Hill, PA 19444
Spay and Save 610-279-9714

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