Years before I became an AKC Pomeranian breeder, I rescued two adorable (to me anyway) little Pomeranian puppies named Pebbles and Bam Bam. These two puppies were eight weeks old when I took them home. They were dirty, matted, had kennel cough, and very afraid of humans. On the hundred mile ride home, I held both puppies while my husband drove. They seemed to get more comfortable with me each passing mile. By the time we got home, we had become best friends.
These two puppies who grew up to be wonderful companion dogs where amazing. They were smart, alert, friendly, well behaved, and would be fine if I had to leave them home alone for periods of time while I worked. This was the beginning of my love for the Pomeranian breed.
Nine years ago, I moved to the beautiful meadows at the foot of the Mingus Mountains in Prescott Valley, Arizona. At that time, I purchased my first breeding pair of Pomeranians.
Both were AKC registered. After 18 months, I was the proud new breeder of my first litter. Since that time, I have had three females and every pregnancy has been successful. The hardest thing about being a breeder is letting go of these adorable little “forever” children. Every puppy has its own adorable and unique temperament and physical characteristics.
Each puppy that is born in my home becomes part of my family until it goes to its forever family. Each puppy is given lots of attention. As soon as the puppies can walk and run, they get to leave the house for hours of outdoor play time. They are provided an excellent diet, lots of new experiences for textures, noises and sights, plus the smells and sounds of the outdoors.
When they go to their new home, they come pre-spoiled, up to date on vaccines, a health check from a veterinarian, a puppy packet with a blanket, food, pee pads and AKC registration.
Our babies are a part of our family even after adoption. Please contact us for more information on any puppy you are interested in adding to your family.