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Getting a dog isn't like buying a box of cereal at the store and puppies aren’t available to add to an online shopping cart.
A great deal of planning and preparation goes into each litter. Good Breeders spend thousands of dollars on their dogs; health testing, titling and providing an environment that produces mentally sound dogs.
They also spend countless hours on their dogs; grooming, traveling to events, stud fees, vet costs, as well as researching and providing care. They shed many tears over missed breedings, lost puppies, losing moms, injuries or emergency illness.
When searching for a puppy, seek out someone whose dogs you admire and whose program you love. Get to know the breeder and ask them about their program and goals. Then be prepared to wait for your perfect match. Do not rush the process.
A good breeder isn’t churning out puppies to sell them. They are breeding with intention and with specific goals in mind. This is how you get a beautiful, healthy, well adjusted Pomeranian. It is worth the wait!