Being a small dog, Teacup Pomeranians have the tendency to overcompensate for their size by acting big.
This usually translates to barking incessantly or even acting aggressively to the chagrin of your neighbors and strangers.
On the plus side, this loud barking makes these pups a good watchdog for their alertness.
Teacup Poms, in general, are playful, energetic, and like human companionships. They also have the tendency to get very attached to their human families. The problem begins when Teacup Poms are left home alone as this leads to acting out behaviors like chewing the furniture and making a mess around the house.
Are Teacup Pomeranians Affectionate?
Yes, they are and they love it when they are being cuddled by their human families. In fact, they can even get demanding by reaching out their little paws to you, as if begging for more tummy rubs and gentle cuddles.
The only times they wouldn’t want to be held is when they are injured.
Teacup Pomeranians are intelligent dogs and easy to train so housekeeping them is not much of a task. Small dogs usually have small bladders that make them pee all the time. A chosen spot outside and a regularly scheduled potty time would train your Teacup Pom to know where it is safe to do its business.
Apart from training, socializing Teacup Pomeranians early on with other dogs and other people would help them feel more confident and become less shy and aggressive. Socialization also helps minimize too much barking.