Pomeranian Rescue Information
The Pomeranian Adoption Process
Pomeranian rescue groups are very popular places for finding Poms up for
adoption. These rescue organizations take in abused, neglected and unwanted
Once in rescue, the Pomeranian will be given proper medical attention,
bathed, groomed and showered with lots of love. Whenever the group deems the dog rehabilitated both physically and mentally, the Pomeranian
will be placed up for adoption.
If you are interested in adopting a Pomeranian, there are a few things that
you should know about. First, keep in mind that there are many places that offer
Pomeranian adoptions: humane societies, animal shelters, rescues that offer a
few specific types of breeds. Plus those that specialize exclusively in the Pomeranian
Please check the local rescue organizations in your area to see if
any Pomeranian’s are available for adoption.
Secondly, you will most likely have to fill out quite a bit of paperwork
including an application. These groups have invested a lot of time
and money on the dogs in their care so they will be looking for qualified and
loving homes to release them to. Some common questions that you might find on a
typical adoption application are as follows:
- Do you own a home or rent an apartment?
- Do you have any other pets?
- Do you have younger children in your household?
- What is your yearly income?
- Do you have a veterinarian?
Thirdly, after filling out your application, a representative from the
Pomeranian rescue agency may schedule a home visit to your place of residence to
verify your information.
Finally, let’s take a look at the price to adopt a pup or dog. Generally
speaking, you can expect to pay somewhere between $50 – $500 for a rescued or
adopted Pomeranian. Many factors such as location, age of dog, medical
condition, etc all play a part in determining the cost of adopting a Pomeranian.
Any Pomeranian Rescue agency that would like to advertise on this page free
of charge, please contact us.
Did you rescue or adopt your Pomeranian?
Feel free to share your rescue and adoption stories and experiences. Please include any tips, recommendations and advice for other people looking to adopt a Pom in the near future.
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My puppy mill rescued Pomeranian
I got my 2 year old male Pom, Buddy, from a rescue. I found out that he had been in a puppy mill since birth and was very mistreated and neglected. When