Frequently Asked Questions
Our dog come form the best champion lines. We breed our Pomeranians for betterment of the breed. We strive for soundness in health and confirmation, breeding only selected individuals.
All our puppies are evaluated and priced then they are about 4 weeks old. The price of the puppy depends on his disposition, size, markings and color. Puppy prices range from $1800 - $3500.
If you are interested in a puppy/rescue that is not ready to go home, I can hold that puppy/rescue for you with a deposit.
I can not hold a puppy/dog without a deposit. I accept Western Union, Paypall or US Postal Money Orders as forms of payment.
I can hold a puppy/dog without a deposit for 24 HOURS ONLY. NO EXCEPTIONS!
DEPOSIT is: $500
All adoption fees must be paid in full before puppies are sent to their forever homes.
DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE, unless an unfortunate event should happen to the puppy or dog you placed a deposit on ... NO EXCEPTIONS.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I PUT A DEPOSIT ON THE POMERANIAN?...
Once I receive a deposit, an adoption pending will be placed on your puppy or dog until he/she is able to join you and the rest of the adoptions fees is received.
WHEN IS THE BALANCE DUE?
All puppies must have all fees applied by the time they are 6 weeks old unless prior arrangements have been made. If a buyer can not pick up said puppy by the age of 9 weeks, deposit will be kept and puppy will be for sale again. So please be sure you send all fees on time.
If you are picking up your Pomeranian in person we accept CASH ONLY.
PAYPAL transactions must clear before the puppy will be able to be picked up or shipped. Also adoptee pays the 4% that paypal charges for their services.
Your Puppy/dog must be picked up when they are ready to go. If prior arraignments have not been made and the puppy/dog is not picked up when he/she is ready to go there will be an additional $45.00 PLUS $5.00 PER DAY ADDED to the balance of your puppy/dog, unless prior arraignments have been made in writing.
WHEN WILL MY PUPPY BE READY TO GO HOME?...
Most puppies are ready to go to their new homes at 8 to 10 weeks of age, weather permitting.
All of my babies have to have had at least their first canine shots.
I know that everyone is excited about getting their new baby home, but please remember that the breeder knows best. Please be patient and do what is best for your new baby. I will let you know at least a week in advance that you’re Pomeranian is ready to go. Pomeranian's must be picked up when they are ready to go, unless prior arraignments have been made.
WHAT SHOULD I GET FOR MY NEW PUPPY?...
You should pick up these things before getting your new puppy/dog:
A blanket or soft towels, food and water dish, Nutro-Cal, brush, nail clippers, collar, leash, and of course lots of toys. It will be up to you were you keep your new puppy when you are away but I suggest at least for the first 6 months that you keep him/her in a safe place such as a wire crate or similar cage. Your shipping crate is not for everyday use.
WHAT BRAND OF FOOD SHOULD I GET FOR THE PUPPY?
At this time I feed my Poms EARTHBORN HOLISTIC (Small Breed ) and I also feed them: a number of other kinds of food and they get bully sticks and baby carrots as treats.
WHEN COMING TO GET YOUR NEW BABY...
When your Pomeranian is ready to go home we will schedule a time to meet that is good for everyone.
Buyers may pickup their new puppy at our house or at a specific meeting place decided upon by both parties.
We offer free delivery within a 30 mile radius of our home. Or with a $75.00 to $150.00 fee (depending on actual mileage), we will drive to meet the adoptee up to 200 miles from our home at the time and place agreed upon with the adoptee. Beyond 200 miles your puppy will be shipped.
I ship my Pomeranian's through Delta Airlines, or United if needed, from either Duluth International Airport or Minneapolis Airport.
Shipping cost is about $400-$450 and also depends on outdoor temperatures, and on a pet nanny availability. You are also very welcome to fly in to Duluth or Minneapolis Minnesota, and pick up your puppy in person.
If you are getting your Pomeranian shipped to you I recommend taking baby wipes and paper towels to the airport with you incase he/she has an accident in his/her crate or on the way home. The puppies/dog do have food with them when they travel and before they leave. But if you have a long way to drive you should bring water for the puppy incase his water dish is empty. Nutro-cal is also a good thing to keep on-hand for your new puppy.
WHAT IF THINGS DO NOT WORK OUT WITH MY NEW PUPPY?
If for any reason at anytime you are unable to keep the Pomeranian, please contact me, I will assist you in finding a new home for the puppy/dog. I do not want any of my Pomeranian's to end up in Puppy mills, shelters or in a home not suitable for a Pomeranian. I will always take the Pom back at any age no questions asked but I can not refund your adoption fee.
I HAVE THE RIGHT TO CHOSE WHERE MY POMERANIANS GO, I ALSO HAVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE AN ADOPTION TO ANYONE I AM NOT COMFORTABLE PLACING OUR POMERANIAN'S WITH.
We provide quality puppies. We do not guarantee size, color (some coat colors change when adult coat develops) or coat, We also do not guarantee our puppies for breeding or show. They are sold as is and are sold as pets only. We can only make an educated guess to the best of our knowledge as to quality, and size. Should you pick a puppy for breeding or show I will do my best to place you with a perfect puppy, but no dog is perfect. Just the same as no person is perfect. Pets purchased with the intent to breed or show are placed with the best of knowledge as to be a prospect for a good size and temperament to be either bred or shown. We only will replace dogs if there is a genetic abnormality that will require replacement because they can not lead a normal healthy life. The dog will have to be returned with any paperwork from the vet with an explanation for any replacement to be made. WE DO NOT OFFER ANY REFUNDS.
Rescues are just that, rescues so they are going to need time to adjust too. They are being sent to rescue either because they have a bad habit or someone had to move or there was a death in the family and so on. Sometimes we do not know the history on a rescue that has been passed on to us. Please be patient but also remember the responsibility of a pet. We give no warranty on rescues. They come in all shapes and sizes and may have some health issues. Everything we know about them will be provided to you before adoption. We want you and your Pom to be a perfect fit and enjoy each other.