Where Are Pomeranians Native To?

Pomeranians are nominally native to the Arctic region of Northern Asia, specifically Siberia.

A few breeds of dogs have accompanied humans into most parts of the world. This is the case with Pomeranians, who are mainly descended from a particular breed that accompanied settlers to Central Europe in the 18th century. But they only became popular as house pets following World War I after visiting soldiers who returned with them from Russia or Ukraine. However, throughout history many people traveled great distances with their dog companions across entire continents – sometimes purposely seeking different climates and others times involuntarily accompanying their human companions on their journeys by either choice or force – so it is likely no one original country where Pomeranians originate…

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