The American Kennel Club has published a list of breeds that are expected to make a comeback in the U.S. in the coming decades.
The top three include Labrador retrievers and American pit bull terriers.
“There is a lot of optimism about these breeds,” said Jennifer Johnson, president of the American Kennels Association.
“We think they will be a significant part of the dog world for many years to come.”
The breeders behind the breed include American Pomeranian breeders Charles and Susan Smith, who founded the breed in 1957.
They are also the founders of PetSmart, a chain of pet stores.
American Pomeranians, like their Canadian cousins, are smaller, more active dogs and have a good socialization record.
They also have a tendency to chew up litter boxes.
The puppies born from these dogs are known as American pups.
The breed has also been featured in movies such as “The Labrador” and “Dog Whisperer,” which depict American Pompers as loyal, loving companions.
The American Pomper is also a popular pet food, which can cost as much as $10 per pound, although the cost is less for larger pups and larger adult dogs.
For the breed’s future, Johnson is optimistic.
The breed is growing in popularity and there is a new generation of owners who are excited about the opportunity to own a Labrador.
“We think there are a lot more American Poms than there were 25 or 30 years ago,” Johnson said.
“This breed is going to be an important part of that story.”