7 yrs old
Spayed, UTD on vaccines
This gorgeous black&tan girl is Bonnie! She has been with us since birth and was a wonderful mother who blessed us with many gorgeous pups. Bonnie is super sweet, affectionate and well behaved. She is mature, quiet and easy to care for. Mellow and gentle natured, she is eager to please but not shy. Crate trained, doggy door trained and travels great in the car. Great being groomed, no bad habits, etc...
Bonnie has been spayed and is UTD on vaccines. Bonnie is healthy with no known health issues or allergies. She is ready for her forever "Retirement" home on or after January 29th. She does go on a money back trial period in case she doesn't fit in. We are screening homes for her now, submit a puppy application if you may be interested! You are also welcome to call or text anytime to inquire. Thanks for looking!
We occasionally have a teenage or adult Pomeranian available. We may place an adult Pom when retiring them from our breeding program or when we have a young Pom that did not turn out right for our program.
Retired Poms come UTD on all vet care (vaccines, worm free, and spayed/neutered) and will be placed into loving homes who will enjoy having an adult dog who does not have to go through the puppy training stage. We will happily keep any retired Pom indefinitely if we do not find an absolutely wonderful home for them, but we have found that many people, especially the elderly, enjoy a retired Pom due to the lower cost, UTD vet care and the maturity of the dog vs. an untrained, energetic puppy that requires a lot of time and attention and veterinary expense.
Occasionally a puppy we brought in for our program (either bred by us or purchased from another breeder) does not turn out to be breeding size/quality as was expected. This can happen for a variety of reasons, but most are cosmetic (too small to breed, poor coat quality, bad bite, testicles didn't descend, face type, over the breed standard for weight, etc....) We may also just decide we are not interested in breeding for a particular color/size, so we may place a breeding quality dog on occasion. We place out young adult Poms that do not exhibit the desired temperament that we want our pups to have, young adults that are yappy, don't get along well with others or who are too high energy are altered and placed as pets.
Sometimes medical conditions present themselves (heart, liver, patella's, etc...) which make the dog unsuitable for breeding. These dogs can/do make FANTASTIC pets though and we keep them for as long as it takes to place them into homes where they will be well cared for and enjoyed.