I breed only for myself in the hope of producing my next show dog. I cannot keep every litter so pomeranian puppies will sometimes be available as pets or for show.
Pets are sold strictly as pet only and not for breeding. All dogs come with a contract of sale KC registration papers are withheld as they are not proof of ownership and of no use to a genuine pet home but a pedigree will be given with the puppy along with all other paperwork and food and everything. If at any time you can't keep the Pomeranian dog it must be returned to me the breeder or other arrangements agreed with me as per the conditions of the contract of sale.
I will sell for show in the UK and breeding only from certain lines. It's mainly my & Tan lines i want to keep for myself. This may change in the future or from certain pedigrees which are already available in the uk so it is always worth asking me if you may want to breed as well as show.
I do not sell purely for breeding if you want to breed you must first show the dog.
A deposit is acceptance of these terms and conditions. All payments are non refundable.
Exports - I will export show potential puppies e-mail me with your request and i will let you know what may be available.
Please E-Mail for details on any pomeranian puppies for sale which may be available or check below for updates.
Be sure to include details as i will not answer to simple - have you and how much questions. I do ensure they go to good homes and retain the right to refuse sale of a puppy.
Please read about teacup pomeranian puppies for sale here
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LAST UPDATED 16-03-2020
Show prospects and pets available for sale to good homes only. I do not sell to people who keep there dogs in kennels cages or commercial breeders.
Prices range from £1500-£3500 on average
PUPPIES READY TO LEAVE NOW ALL PET ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED OR GOING OVERSEAS FOR SHOW
BLACK AND TAN BOY 18 WEEKS OLD
CREAM BOY 14 WEEKS OLD
1 ORANGE BOYS
see the pictures above
Delivery is also available and video calling to choose your puppy
NEW LITTERS BORN
1 cream parti colour boy
1 black and tan boy
OLDER PUPPIES AND ADULTS AVAILABLE
coming soon just trying to make those hard decisions
They are not for breeding unless otherwise stated and will be priced between £500 and £2000 based on their age type and condition and vet fees needed to prepare them for their new home.
Buying a puppy from me you will be able to visit and see both parents and sometimes there extended family as well and get a lifetime of support from an experienced trusted breeder with 20 years in poms alone.
Please email or WhatsApp me for more details or questions
The mobile is the best to get me on as i don't often have the house phone with me but
if you prefer to call the land line send me a text or email first so i can go and get the phone.
I prefer buyers to visit me and my home at least once but am happy if you want to use a recommended courier. Payment must be made in full before the puppy can be collected by a courier and all contracts to be returned to me.
MY MOBILE TEXT WHATS APP OR CALL 07713822334
CALL MY HOUSE LINE 01584 318918
EMAIL ME ZOE@POMMANIAPOMS.COM
buying from me you will know exactly where your puppy has come from and paying half the price of these extortionate agents who are trading illegally without a licence.
Can you really trust you are getting what you are told?
We already have proof of them is buying £500-1000 puppy farm Russian market dogs and reselling to the public in the uk for £5000 after they have been illegally imported on forged passports as russia is not part of the EU they must come in on a vet certificate and not a forged passport..
Buyers have already had there puppies seized and put in quarantine for being illegal imports.
The other massive problem we are seeing is that these agents are importing german spitz because they come in the colours they want to push like the blues and chocolate but when the pedigree is investigated they are always spitz breeding and not pure Pomeranian.
Also buyers need to be aware Merle is not a pattern which exists in the Pomeranian or spitz breeds and has only been introduced into the Pomeranian by cross breeding with shelties. whilst some american breeders have done amazing with breeding them making them look like pomeranians but they are banned in all fci countries which is 3/4 of the world for a very good reason.
BREEDING FOR HEALTH AND QUALITY TO REDUCE HEARTBREAK WITH NO ENGLISH LINES
I will export show quality poms to small breeders who keep their dogs in the home and not outside in kennels.
Deposits or payments made are non refundable if the buyer pulls out of the sale through no fault of the breeder.
PETS ARE SOLD WITH NO KC REGISTRATION PAPERS AND ARE NOT FOR BREEDING
Sire and dam are good representatives of the breed, healthy and sound of mind and body - Beautiful puppies and adults begin with the selection of their parents - Good nutrition and care during pregnancy and lactation are needed for both the puppies and their mother - The puppies' early care is paramount to good personality and health throughout life.
Puppies are handled from birth, well socialized from an early age, and exposed to differing environments to help their psychological development - At eight weeks of age, puppies are weaned, eating well, and ready for the trip to the vet for a check up - Under supervision and weather permitting, the garden becomes a wonderland to explore, play and develop strong minds, body and legs. - Companion puppies are available occasionally, ready to go at ten to twelve weeks of age.
The Pomeranian in build and appearance should be a compact, short coupled dog, well knit in frame. He should exhibit great intelligence in his expression, docility in his disposition, and activity, and buoyancy in his deportment, and be sound in action. Look for beautiful coat, soft, almond eyes, ears small and on top of the head, tail well coated and lying on top of the back. Self-assured and in charge of his world, the Pomeranian ideal size is 4 to 5 lbs, but no one ever told him he was small. At home on your lap or traveling your world, the Pomeranian is an ideal, loving companion devoted to his family.
Children and toy breed dogs
I do not recommend getting a toy breed dog if there are children under the teen years in the household. (Most show breeders will not allow any breed or size of puppy to go to a home with small children.) Especially boys have a tendency to tease and torment a small dog and if they don’t, their friends will. Boys just seem to not be able to resist teasing and getting a reaction from a dog while girls have more of a tendency to nurture and TLC something so little. I have seen this over and over again and the poor dog ends up being a child hater and either defends itself or it runs and hides. Neither situation is what parents appreciate and the dog ends up losing its home. When my own daughter started having a family, I offered to find her two poms a safe home (she wouldn’t give up the poms so she never allowed her two sons to even touch or interact at all with the poms). When I was mentoring a young gal with 2 sons, she brought her 8 year old with her and I told her what her son was going to do before he did it. He was asked to not go into the yard with the poms and not more than 5 minutes later with a stick in hand he was in the yard with the poms chasing them teasing and tormenting with the stick to get some kind of reaction from them for his own amusement. Many parents do not realize this teasing and tormenting is actually going on. I had a nephew who had been good with the poms until he brought a friend here to play – the two “brains” decided it would be fun to tease and torment the poms to get a reaction from them. One of my broods that had free range of my acreage would chase after kids (she obviously didn’t like them) and it was because (unknown to me at the time) she had been teased and tormented by a child or children. A toy breed is not sturdy enough to endure a family of young children. I’ve raised poms for 50 years and you can tell by my relating these incidences that I too was unaware of how much kids tease and torment dogs. Parents definitely need a plan to keep the dog safe in their own family and also keep them safe when they have house guests. The other factor is the young children can trip over the dog and break their own legs (as did my sister when we were children) or if a child drops the dog legs break on something so small (they don’t land like a cat does when it is dropped or jump out of someone’s arms). A fall or being dropped on especially ceramic tile or concrete can also easily kill a tiny pom.
Children should NEVER be left alone with dogs, regardless of how wonderful the dog is. Accidents happen and a child may fall on a sleeping dog, resulting in a nip which may be a very gentle warning, but which may still cause the child to be terribly upset and therefore place the poor dog in a bad light. Children often do not pick up warning signals (dog looking uncomfortable, freezing or growling) and so will often continue to harass a dog to a point where it would be unfair to expect the dog not to react. At the very least, if an incident does occur it is vital that there is a witness so that one knows what provoked the nip and what needs to be done to make sure it does not happen again.
Many harassed mothers complain that they find it difficult to house train or chew-toy train a puppy, because their children interfere or don’t cooperate. They often ask for a short-cut that will magically make the puppy perfect without any real work or management. Such a short-cut does not exist and the only solution is to ensure that children in the home obey the rules. This is not a dog problem, but a parenting problem!
Young children find it hard to follow instructions properly. They usually lack coordination and their timing is poor. They also get frustrated when things don’t happen at once and tend to become rough with the puppy fairly quickly (not intentional, but small children do not have a well-developed sense of empathy and cannot understand how their actions affect others). While well-behaved children are an asset to any puppy class (they assist with socialisation) they are not capable of training a dog or puppy properly. This is the parents’ responsibility.
WRITTEN BY DIANE FINCH OF FINCHS POM USA AND SUPPORTED BY POMMANIA POMS
ALTHOUGH I WILL CONSIDER CHILDREN FROM 8 YEARS AND UP