The Best Care for your Best Friend
Temperament, Color, Coat and so much much more…We carefully plan every litter, choosing healthy beautiful adults who will pass along desired results in their offspring. All of our poms get lots and lots of exercise with plenty of room to run and play, and the best in veterinarian care.
Puppies are secure, happy, and confident around people. All puppies are started on wee pads, to make it easier for you to potty train them. They are vet checked before they leave with you. All pups are current on all vaccinations & worming.
The pups are born and raised in my home with 24/7 care and evaluated by me and my veterinarian when they turn 9 weeks old. When you have one of our puppies, you have a piece of our hearts! We are not only proud of our pups but of our customers as well! It is a top priority to find a loving and safe home for each of our precious babies – we love to keep in touch and cherish the updated photos we receive.
Frequently Asked Questions
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We recommend bathing a Pomeranian every week for a male pomeranian, and two weeks at most for a female pomeranian. Pomeranians should be bathed quite frequently. It’s a myth that this will damage the coat or skin. In reality, it stimulates hair growth, it’s the best way to keep the skin and coat healthy. Flaky, dry skin, often attributed to excessive bathing, is more often the result of inadequate nutrition.
When puppies start shedding their undercoat, we suggest bathing them definitely once a week. It does wonders to get that puppy coat out, so the new one can start coming in.
A kitchen sink or laundry tub is the perfect size for bathing a puppy and later bathtub. You can place a non-slip mat or a towel in the bottom, and use a bath restraint to prevent him from jumping out and injuring himself.
Fill your container with lukewarm water. Avoid pouring water into your ears and eyes or mouth. For cleaning use suitable shampoos with a neutral PH and / or Keratin-based.
Don’t be afraid to scrub the shampoo into his coat. You must get the soap all the way through the coat to the skin. The objective is to clean the hair and the skin. Start with the head and finish with the tail, not forgetting the belly, paws, etc. It is important to rinse your pet well, as grooming products can irritate the skin.
Once thoroughly rinsed, let your dog have a good shake, towel dry him and use a hair dryer to complete the job. Keep a hand between the dog and the dryer to make sure the temperature is cool to warm, not hot. Don’t allow your dog to jump off a table or bed while you are drying him. A grooming table with a post and a leash restraint is a good alternative. It will leave your hands free to brush, comb and hold the dryer.
Note: There are two important things to remember when bathing a Pomeranian. Poms must be brushed and combed down to the skin before bathing or else the coat will tangle. After bathing, they must be blow-dried completely, brushed all the while, to avoid possible fungus growth.
The Spitz Boo – this is not the name of a breed, it’s the name of a famous type of haircut for Pomeranians which is created with clippers. (We strongly advise against giving your Spitz this kind of haircut as the coat will not grow back properly after being clipped).
The Spitz’s coat is not difficult to care for, but, nevertheless, it does require attention. Pomeranian puppies must be groomed with a massage brush at least 3 times a week. An adult Pomeranian needs to be groomed 1-2 times a week (depending on the structure of the coat.)
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