Micah is an absolutely stunning 1 year old Pomeranian boy.
He is a beautiful, true to type and size, example of this wonderful breed, weighing 4.5lb.
His outgoing temperament is second to none, always happy, loving and full of fun.
I show dogs at championship level but I have a sight problem that means I can't give him the eye contact he requires to give him confidence in the show ring. Some dogs really don't like eye contact and some need it. After a lot of careful thought, I've decided to let him move to a 5* home where he won't feel left out when I go to shows.
He is fabulous with children and other small dogs and basically loves everybody that he meets.
He is the picture of health and up to date with everything. His mouth has a correct bite and both of his testicles are in place. His dad is a UK champion and his mum's dad is also a UK show champion.
There is no rush at all for him to find his new home and I will be extremely careful in trying to ensure his new owner can offer him the perfect home and that everything is in Micah's best interests.
Thank you so much for reading about Micah.
Please contact me if you have any questions and to discuss with me whether you can offer him his ideal new home.
£1800 with all KC paperwork and £1400 without papers as a pet only.
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