Thank you for visiting our website and for your interest in our Pomeranians!
name is Tiffany Parker and in addition to being a Registered Nurse, I started and own Parker's Precious Poms! I built and manage this website, take
all puppy pictures, answer puppy applications/emails/text/calls and am the one who works closely with each family through the
process of choosing, waiting for and then welcoming home their puppy. I also do all my own grooming and most of our own vaccines. My mom, Victoria Parker, is retired and is home full time with our Poms, so she provides most of the day to day care and is a great partner. Together we raise some of the nicest quality AKC Pomeranians in the Pacific Northwest!
Growing up I originally wanted to be a veterinarian! My stepfather owned a private kennel that
offered boarding and dog training services. Training was for everything
from basic obedience to training security dogs for businesses like auto
lots and jewelry stores! He also ran a successful in-home dog obedience
and I grew up tagging along on dog training appointments and spending
many days out at the kennel caring for and playing with the dogs there! My family's first experience with Pomeranians came when an older female Pom
was surrendered to my stepfather for training and placement...we ended
up keeping her because she was wonderful! While oversized and pet
quality, she was the stereotypical Pom in temperament and we adored
her. Growing up, family araised two litters of Cairn Terriers and that is
when I discovered the joy (and responsibility) that comes with raising and placing puppies. I gave my first puppy vaccine at just 9 years old!
Working with animals has always brought me joy and although I ultimately decided to go into nursing, the foundation for my breeding career began long ago!
a young adult I initially wanted to raise a few litters of Siberian Huskies and I
bought a gorgeous male who I intended to show. I soon discovered that
while majestic dogs, Huskies require a very special kind of home and there weren't many homes who would be suitable fits
for my future puppies!
Huskies require a lot of space, strong owners and a ton of exercise and stimulation....and very few homes would be properly prepared for a dog with those needs. Looking back and seeing how I already thinking about the
homes I want my pups to go to....it all makes sense now why I am so very
careful with my Poms! Lol.
My family has always had an affinity for the "Spitz" style dogs, double coats, curled tails and all that spirit! I ended up placing my beautiful husky boy out to a family with acreage and temporarily placed my dream of raising dogs on hold. Years later, my mom and I decided to get a Pomeranian for each of us mostly as pets and to possibly work with a local breeder for stud services and a have a litter or two a year. Yes, that is how this all began. With TWO Pomeranians LOL. These original two girls are still with us today as spayed companions.
What started as two girls soon became three. And then our first male, and then our second male. And from there things spiraled out of control. JUST KIDDING!
As we started having puppies I realized that although it
was all a ton of work and although at times we went through periods of
sadness when things didn't go as planned, none of it felt like work. It
felt then, as it does now, like a hobby. As an introvert and homebody,
being a breeder fits me like a glove. I connect with people through my
breeding program. My puppy clients become friends and I enjoy seeing the
experience through their eyes as they expand their families through my
breeding program. I've made countless breeder friends and I have
invested myself in learning, improving and growing in this business. This program started in Tacoma in a large home with a tiny yard. We soon outgrew that
home and purchased 5 acres about 40 mins away. We traded in our big home
for a tiny country home but in exchange had lots of space for our
That breeding mentor who we sought stud services from ended up being my mentor, teaching me everything about Pom colors, how to pair dogs for the best quality puppies and mostly how to handle whelping challenges and puppies who need extra help. Between her, my online studying and good old trial and error, I have developed a set of skills and a level of confidence with being a breeder. I am still flooded with terror at each little whelping delay or off looking puppy. And I do still cry each and every time I have a loss or fail to save a puppy. That stuff I've accepted is just part of the package, part of the "circle of life". They don't call this the heartbreak breed for nothing!
Like nursing, I learn something each and every day. I learn something from each family, from each breeding/litter and from each puppy. Being a breeder can be rewarding if done right and I am proud of what I've created here. It saddens me that this "profession" is filled with scammers, unscrupulous people and "bad breeders". While I cannot promise I will be the "right" breeder for everyone, I try to run my program transparently, ethically and with a respect and appreciation for every family who chooses to work with me.
forward to 2019-2020 I have MANY goals and dreams, both for myself
personally and also for my breeding program. I have many improvements I
want to make to my breeding progam (as always lol) and lots to look
forward to. One of the biggest things is that I am looking forward to is
building a new home! One with a big, bright custom built puppy nursery
:) I am committed to continually improving and getting better and
better. This website alone has been a constant work in progress for the last 9
Anyway, thanks again for visiting this site and for your interest, please reach out if you have any questions!!