Indian pet Pomerans have been named after a local hero of Pima’s Pomerania, a village in Pima County, Arizona, in a Pomerani ceremony that began with a procession of red balloons and a firework display.
The pomeranian is believed to have been rescued by locals in Pimas native village, which is about a 20-minute drive from Phoenix.
The pomeranian was named in memory of the local hero Pomeranas Pomeranzana, who was killed by a dog in 1915.
“Pomeranian is an Indian pet, it’s a native Indian breed, the only indigenous breed in the United States,” said Kirtan Bhatt, a veterinarian and curator at the Animal Care & Trade Center in Phoenix.
“I have had many cases of Pom Pom in my career, and we do a lot of research to help people understand the genetics and breed characteristics.”
A Pomerano’s Pom Pom is an exotic animal found in the mountains of central and southern India.
Pomeranes Pompoms are often described as having a soft, fluffy coat, a black head and white ears, and white markings on their paws.
Pom poms are found in many Indian tribes, such as the Pimans and the Poms, and are commonly used for medicinal purposes.
Pom pOMs are considered to be one of the most popular breeds of pets in the world.
Their popularity has grown in recent years with a rise in pet stores selling them for as little as $10 per month.
(Reporting by Anurag Srivastava in Bangalore; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)