Pomeranians are outgoing little puffballs who are extremely intelligent and love to hang out with their humans. It’s no wonder they’ve been companions to some of the world’s smartest and most creative thinkers, artists, and musicians. While Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, his Pomeranian sat on a satin pillow and watched him. When Mozart finished one of his arias, he dedicated it to his Pom, Pimperl. Chopin, inspired by his friend’s Pomeranian, wrote “Waltz of the Little Dogs”. Isaac Newton’s Pomeranian, Diamond, once chewed on the corners of his owner’s manuscripts.