Our passion over the last 15 years is to raise our Puppies in a total home environment and as result, my adults and puppies consistently demonstrate a delightful, intelligent and happy disposition. Our concern lies in the overall health of our adults and puppies and health is guaranteed. We are constantly reviewing/updating the latest in animal health care and nutrition and implementing these updates to obtain the best possible results. Our lives revolve around grandchildren, church, pets of all kind, gardening, community service and raising champion bloodline.
We live on a farm that is literally ‘at the end of the road.’ Several of our grandchildren live locally and they are here on the farm all the time playing with animals (especially the puppies) and helping around the house. We are so thankful to be a daily part of their lives. We will mention that again down below. We love Pomeranian’s and matching puppies with their forever homes. The world would be a better place if every person in America had a puppy in their childhood memories. They are the very best companions for people of all ages.
The grooming needs are low compared to many other dog breeds. Weekly brushing will go a long way in keeping this pup’s coat healthy. Consistent nail trimming and toothbrushing are recommended with all dogs, so starting this early and getting your puppy comfortable with it will be important. Gently handling your puppy’s paws early on will make them more trusting and calm when it’s time for a nail trim.
An important thing to consider when grooming this, and other breeds, are the wrinkles. Pomeranian’s have hereditary face wrinkles, it is important that you keep these wrinkles clean to prevent skin irritation or possible infection. It is recommended that you use a damp cloth to clean between these wrinkles regularly and make sure that they are properly dried afterward.
6 Months Health Guarantee AKC & CKC Registered Hand-Raised and Potty Trained
By purchasing a Pomeranian’s from us, you will receive along with your dog all of the necessary registration papers and vaccination records. As an extra precaution, it’s a good idea to bring your puppy to your veterinarian for a checkup. If, for some reason, the vet finds a problem with your puppy, I’d be happy to provide you with another, or refund your money if you prefer. Note that if you are sending your puppy on a long plane ride, he or she may become scared or ill as a result of motion sickness – this is to be expected, and will not last long.