Pomeranian Grooming Tools
While I'm here, that brings me to the what do you use to groom a Pom?
I use a large slicker brush, a single row non-moving tooth coat rake, and a pair of scissors.
That is all that is needed for beautiful coats as Pomeranian coat up-keep isn't that difficult with the proper tools. Sure, there are lots of other tools you can use, but these basics cover the coat. A good nail cutter, or dremel type tool works for their nails.
Here are some photos of these tools, available at many stores.
I use the NuVet Tea Tree shampoo. This coconut oil based shampoo can't harm us, our pets, or even the grass! It cleans like no other shampoo I have ever tried, and leaves no allergies or aggravations behind to deal with. Like the NuVet supplement, you can get this by calling 800-474-7044 and using Order Code: 21074, or ordering online at www.nuvet.com/21074 . You can also save an additional 15% and assure you never run out of shampoo by choosing the “Auto Ship” option at check out.
I use the Rapid Bath by Hydrosurge. It is now made by Oyster, for washing my dogs. This unit has a shower adapter so you have full control of the water temperature, not just using the option that hooks to the garden hose! The newest model lets you load the shampoo into it without using shampoo cartridges. With my older model I still apply shampoo directly to the coat as we did before having a Rapid Bath, but the mix of the water with the oxygen lifts coats and give you clean, happy dogs who do not get upset or fight the water when bathed.
As always, if you have questions, just ask me.