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  • Pomeranian Breeders

    As with any animal, do not go into a pet store in order to pick out your perfect Pomeranian.  Pomeranians especially should come from Pomeranian breeders, preferably reputable and respected within their community.  There are some Pomeranian breeders out there that are considered to be shady, and will breed aggressive dogs just to make a buck, but with a little bit of research you can steer clear of these Pomeranian breeders.

    A reputable Pomeranian breeder will ask numerous questions about your lifestyle, family, and other pets.  They will also make sure that you have a veterinarian reference if you have other pets.  An honest Pomeranian breeder will not just sell their puppies to the first interested buyer; they are as interested in you as you are in the dogs.  We encourage you to interview numerous Pomeranian breeders before deciding on who to go with.  Look at the lines, the stud dogs, the temperament and the history of the breeder himself before paying any money to the breeder.

    Where To Find Reputable Breeders

    There are numerous resources available to find a breeder in your area.  The first place you should contact is the American Kennel Club.  They are familiar with the breed, and can tell you what to look for in a Pomeranian breeder, and can refer you to the proper organization to find a breeder, as they don't recommend individuals themselves.  It really is the best way to start to ensure you are getting a puppy that will best suit you. 

    The American Pomeranian Club has an in-depth listing of local breeders near you.  They are dedicated to the preservation and welfare of all Pomeranians and only recommend the best breeders available to them.  Although they do not guarantee the services, they do list only Pomeranian breeders that are in good standing with their organization and have a long history of good service. 

    You can find Pomeranian breeders online just by doing a search, but be forewarned that you may be meeting up with less than desirable breeders.  Although some are individually licensed and have great reputations, there are some that do not.  Take your time and do your research before contacting any individual breeder.  You need to know what to look for when finding a quality Pomeranian breeder, before you even start to look.  It will save you time, money, and you will have the ability to know that you are buying a quality dog.

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