Where To Find Healthy Pomeranian Puppies
Pomeranian breeders are a wonderful option when looking to purchase a Pomeranian
puppy. But, with that being said, there are a few details regarding breeders
that you should be familiar with.
First, not all people involved are cut from the same
cloth. You’ve got the inexperienced backyard ones, hobby ones, puppy
mills, ethical breeders and everything in between.
If you are looking for the best odds in finding a puppy which has the
greatest chance of being healthy both physically and mentally, then finding an
ethical one will be your top priority.
So, just what is an ethical
Pomeranian breeder, you might be asking? These are breeders that have
significant knowledge and experience with the Pomeranian
breed, adhere to the national standard and breed out known health
Most ethical breeders belong to a local, state, regional and/or
national Pomeranian club. Here are some more typical traits of ethical breeders:
- Provide the buyer with a contract.
- Provide a written health guarantee.
- Provide veterinary/shot records.
- Provide written instructions on how to properly care for the new
- Will let the buyer return the puppy within a certain amount of time for any
- They do not over-breed. Having a litter every one to two years.
- Do not sell Pom puppies under 8 weeks of age.
- Raise their puppies in loving, clean and sanitary living
- Are licensed in their particular town, city, state, etc.
As we’ve previously stated, there are many different kinds of people out there that are selling these adorable puppies. While you might get lucky and purchase a perfectly healthy
Pom from any of them, why take your chances?
Be patient, do your research and
find a responsible, reputable and ethical person in your area. You
will be happy you did. A great place to start your search for a ethical one
is by contacting your local, state or national Pom club. They will be
able to provide you with contact numbers for ones that are
active and in good standing within their organization.
Did you purchase your puppy from a breeder?
Tell everyone about your experience. What type of Pomeranian breeder did you do business with? Advice, tips and recommendations are always appreciated.
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Purchased my beloved pom from a breeder in Oregon 8 yrs. ago. Before buying I specifically asked about any congenital defects found in breeders bloodlines.