• Spock a Male Pomeranian-x Adopted from Animatch
  • Spock a Male Pomeranian-x Adopted from Animatch
  • Spock a Male Pomeranian-x Adopted from Animatch
  • Spock a Male Pomeranian-x Adopted from Animatch


A Male Pomeranian-x presently Adopted

Sadly, Spock's adoption was not a success and he was returned.  He is a reactive dog who is not all that keen on other dogs; whoever, adopts Spock must be willing to invest a lot of time, effort, and training into the relationship.


Spock is a striking Pom-x, who was given up because his family was moving.  As he has not been well socialized and spoiled, he did not react well to being at the Animatch Centre.   Gradually he is learning to trust the people around him and is becoming less reactive.  We cannot stress enough how important it is to socialize a dog to assorted places and people.   There are so many things to do with a dog -- join an agility group, participate in an obedience class, enjoy simple walks in the neighbourhood greeting neighbours along the way.  Spock’s new guardian must not feed his imaginary fears; otherwise, he will become a snappy and untrustworthy dog.   Spock needs an experienced guardian who will have the patience to work with him as he adapts to the changes in his life.  He is a playful, bouncy, energetic fellow who would need lots of exercise.  Although, he is okay with the other dogs at the Centre, Spock would do well in a home where he is the only pet.  If you are looking for an affectionate dog with a tail that wags non-stop, please consider adopting Spock.   He can be packed and ready to go in a flash.  Please fill in the Adoption Form and ask for Spock.

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More Details About Spock

Status: AdoptedChildren:16 and over
Size:Small (15 lbs.)Energy:Medium-High
Age:1 yearCat friendly:tbd
Gender:MaleDog friendly:Yes (but selective)

More Details About Spock

  • Status: Adopted
  • Breed: Pomeranian-x
  • Size: Small (15 lbs.)
  • Age: 1 year
  • Gender: Male
  • Grooming: Medium
  • Energy: Medium-High
  • Children: 16 and over
  • Cat friendly: tbd
  • Dog friendly: Yes (but selective)

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