Hello, my name is Aimee and my daughter and I have had the joy of owning Pomeranians now for about 15 years now. Poms are definitely addicting and once you meet one of these friendly little fur balls you will be hooked too!! Take some time to look over our site and get to know us. Hope you enjoy browsing our sites pictures and find it both entertaining and filled with informative information.
We take great pride in our fur kids and enjoy them all. We only raise Poms with only a hand full of puppies per year. With an average litter size of 2 - 4 pups we are able to ensure that each puppy gets plenty of love an attention. All of our dogs and puppies are held and played with each and every day. This allows them to be well socialized making them that much easier to train and keep healthy. Like anything in life worth while the more time you spend the better the dog will be.
We strive to produce the best puppy to friend you will ever find while raising them to the AKC standard. All of our Poms are only AKC registered and live in our home as house pets. We have a extra large fenced yard for them to run and play in. We do NOT have a kennel. From time to time we do occasionally have an extra fur kid or two running around. Either a rescue we are looking to place, or we are pet sitting for a friend. We also have 2 rescue cats we have adopted. A spayed Rottweiler and a neutered Chihuahua. We truly enjoy our animals and all the adventures they bring. Life just wouldn't be the same without them!!
Our goal here is simple, to raise, and care for a variety of beautifully colored, top quality AKC reg. Pomeranians in a clean, safe, and loving environment and share them with the world. Either with a puppy or rescue we have placed for adoption or threw our ongoing show program in "conformation". All of our Poms are well-socialized and raised "under-foot" in our home. They are handled with loving care and available for you healthy and happy.
Once you have a Pom you will always have one. Pomeranians are delightful, affectionate dogs, full of character and very pleasant. They are a toy breed, allowing them to make great indoor pets. Poms are companion dogs and love to be with you. They love the lake and camping as much as the snow or sleeping in your lap on the couch. And believe it or not mine all like the water. They have a pool in the back yard to play in for the Summer months.
They are great family dogs and good with children. However small children need to be supervised with them always. Poms are small dogs from 3-7 pounds at the standard and can be injured easily by young children. Our Poms average size are 4-7 pounds occasionally we get a few that are extra tiny or T-cup and occasionally larger ones in the 8-12 pound range. Since Poms have been bred down in size over the years from what used to be a 2-3 times larger dog there are occasionally what you would call "throw backs" or dogs who's genes come from further back in the generations and you get a larger Pom than either parent.
Poms come in a variety of colors.....
Orange, orange sable, red, red sable, black, black/tan, blue, blue/tan, chocolate, chocolate/tan, white, cream, cream sable, beaver, lavender, lavender/tan, sable, wolf sable, brindle, merle and most every other color combination also including parti colors.
Just a little info. about the merle gene for those of you interested in owning one of these unique looking Poms...
Merle is a diluting gene that effects the dark coat colors normally seen in dogs. The strong dominant gene combines with the solid colors to create the Merle pattern-multi-color patches all over the dogs body. For a dog to be a Merle, it MUST have one Merle parent. Dogs can not be merle factored as they can be parti factored. If the dog doesn't display the Merle gene it is not a Merle nor can it produce Merle somewhere down the line. Dogs with the Merle gene may have blue eyes, brown eyes or a combinations of blue and brown mixed. Two merles must never be bred together as there is a 25% chance per puppy that it will result in a defective, homozygous Double-Merle. The resultant animal's coat will be diluted twice and is typically white or may have very few light spots. These puppies can and will have birth defects such as blindness, deafness, and/or defective or missing organs. Merles should only be bred with Non-merle mates of dark color. Merles should not be bred with light color dogs as all of the offspring will possess the Merle gene and the Merle markings might not be visible to the naked eye on a lighter colored dog. These Merles are called Phantom merles. Still producing merles but to the eye looking very normal in color. A responsible Merle breeding program can be very exciting, producing beautiful results just make sure if you decide to breed merles that you do your homework and learn as much as you can before hand. We have been blessed with most of these colors but some of them are far and few between. We are still working on a few since we only have a hand full of litters a year.
Owning a Pomeranian is a great joy but also needs to be done responsibly. So please make sure you are ready to add this wonderful breed to your family. And as always we recommend spaying and or neutering your pet by 6 months of age. Neutering by 3-4 months is best to avoid any unwanted behavior.
We would love to hear from you about a Pom you have or one you are looking to get. I do occasionally allow a small in home breeder to adopt a puppy but I try to place all my puppies in forever pet homes.
Please contact me with any questions, comments or just if you want to share a picture.
God bless and thanks for visiting with my Pom babies.
"Pomeranians leave paw-prints on your heart."
We are also hoping to try something new this year and get involved with some service work. I am hoping to join a local group that takes their pets to local hospitals and nursing homes. Our Poms always seem to brighten my day. Why not let them brighten someone else's too! We will keep you posted on this new adventure.