Our breeding program is small, we want to be of the best quality that we can. In order to make this happen, we came to the conclusion that showing would be necessary. And, not only was it wonderful exposure for the puppies, it was wonderful to meet other dog enthusiasts who are passionate about their breeds as well. We also plan to continue showing and adding more champions into our pedigrees.
Our goal is to raise Pomeranians of great quality, type and soundness. All of our dogs are CKC registered, come from Champion lines with wonderful pedigrees too.
A lot of people ask if they can pick out and see their new puppies before 10 weeks of age and the answer is no. There are a number of reasons why I don’t let anyone around the new pups, it is to protect our pups and dogs. First of all, it’s extremely stressful for mom to visit strangers as she takes care of her new litter. This, in turn, will put stress on the newly born pups. If we allow everyone to see, touch, or spend time with new pups, the mother’s routine would be disrupted. Her eating and caring for pups, and even her ability to produce enough healthy milk for them, could be at risk. Like a new baby, with all new contacts, the opportunity for young pups to pick up infectious diseases is increased.
We take great care and a lot of time to take care of all our dogs and their pups. It’s time and it’s energy. We know your enthusiasm, and we’re glad you’re thrilled to get your pup. But until you get your puppy home, we’re accountable, and the health and safety of the puppy is our priority. I ensure that it will be worth your wait 10 weeks after birth. For the time being, you can visit our Facebook page.
Some of my beautiful babies