We are a small group of AKC show breeders who bring the finest quality available in Poms to you, our valued customer. Our focus is not only to provide beautiful puppies for wonderful loving homes, but also to give our customers accurate and helpful information about the Pomeranian breed.
We have seen misleading information published for years concerning the Pomeranian breed. We will attempt to correct many of the myths and misconceptions about this misinformation so those of you who choose to learn more may build a good solid base of information. Good decisions can happen when good information is given. "Teacup" is not a class within our breed-and usually denotes a lack of knowledge when used by a breeder or marketing company. Please beware of ads that list a classification that does not exist within the breed. Follow our Posh Pom blog for updates on topics and the introduction of new topics about your Pomeranian. We welcome all Pomeranian owners as well as those who may just want to learn more about the breed before deciding whether it is right for them and their family. Suggestions are always welcome and we will attempt to address a wide variety of subjects involving life with your Pomeranian.
SOME COMMENTS FROM OUR CUSTOMERS
Andrea K.-I hadn't realized how intelligent this breed actually is. Mischief stays one step ahead of us all. He is a delightful entertainer and a joy to be around. He never leaves my side. I couldn't ask for a more devoted companion.
Dr. Rose C.-Ari is heart and soul. His kisses are my pick-me-up at the end of the toughest days life can throw at you. Hairy Ari has my heart.
Jenna V.-Luther has everyone in the neighborhood asking to babysit him when we travel. At the block party he was more entertaining than the band! He did every trick he knew for treats-and now all my friends want one just like him.
Ron F.-This little guy is the best behaved puppy I've ever owned. He learns so fast and adapts to everything so well. He even picks up on my non-verbal cues. He is amazing!
Ron L.-He is so beautiful and proud-like a tiny lion. He follows me everywhere and prefers me to anyone else. The downside is that he has become so one-person oriented he doesn't tolerate other people well at all.
For Ron-We suggested contact with trainers who are adept at diversion training and offered helpful suggestions to overcome this unacceptable behavior. Poms are normally a gregarious and outgoing breed who welcome all with a happy smile. They are a herding breed by origin and can revert back to those instincts if allowed to become too possessive of the master they adore. This behavior should never be encouraged and must be nipped early or it can become a problem.
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