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PLEASE TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF AND THE PETS THAT YOU CURRENTLY OWN.WOULD YOU WANT BREEDING RIGHTS ON THE POMERANIAN THAT YOU PURCHASE FROM ME ? PLEASE TELL ME IF YOU WANT A WHITE BOY OR A WHITE GIRL AN EXPENSIVE TINY WHITE POMERANIAN OR A $1,500 BIGGER WHITE POMERANIAN

Price List for my Puppies
Price is based on estimated adult size and quality . An Arizona State Licensed Veterinarian will weigh the puppy at 7 weeks of age during the scheduled Complete Health Examination.  and based on  a  current accepted weight chart  , will put the estimated adult size on the health Certificate. This is an estimate. We can not guarantee that the puppy will be that size it is just an estimate. It is what we will base the Price on .

$1,500 Pet Price males charting out to be over 7 pounds adult size . at the time of 7 week complete. Veterinary health examination

$1,999 ( UN limited AKC) White males charting out to be over 7 pounds adult size . at the time of 7 week complete. Veterinary health examination

$3,000. breeding price Full unlimited AKC / White males that are of breeding quality , charting out to be BETWEEN 5 and seven pounds at the time of 7 week complete. Veterinary health examination

$3,000 Females charting out to be over five pounds adult size at the time of 7 week complete. Veterinary health examination

$4,000 MALES OR FEMALES CHARTING OUT TO BE UNDER FIVE POUNDS ADULT SIZE that can not be shown or bred ..... these puppies will be sold Spayed or Neutered they will come with full AKC

$5,000 that look like they will turn out nice ...again no guarantees that you can put a title on one These would be puppies charting out to be under five pounds adult size as shown below : at the time of 7 week complete. Veterinary health examination

  • I DO NOT SELL MY DOGS TO KENNELS , PLEASE DO NOT ASK 

 



 

Warning—some of the images in this section are graphic

 

Why Are the Prices So High?

The price of QUALITY purebred dogs is a bit high these days.  Many people want to know why.

For the reputable breeders who care about the breed they are breeding and are working hard to provide quality dogs, both physically and mentally, that will be an asset to the breed, there is a LOT that the breeder puts into their program before a puppy is even born!!  The puppy costs themselves are minimal, unless a c-section was needed (add $600 to $1500 for that).

Breeding  to Strive for Quality

I have invested thousands of dollars acquiring potential new breeding stock to use in my breeding program .Most oF these  Pom's ,  after having been grown out are not the quality that I need for my breeding program . As a result I pet them out at a great loss financially since they are no linger puppies and I must give 90% of them away FREE .  A good breeding program still must have the knowledge of correct canine structure and genetics  (to produce true whites in my case ), what correct "type" is for that breed, a thorough understanding of the breed standard for that breed, etc.  

But I Only Want Pet Quality

Pet quality puppies from " my lines" are usually a better cut above ones who aren't simply because they are bred with the goal in mind of creating the highest quality possible.  Breeders who only breed "for pets" have their goals set much lower.

Costs of a Good Breeding Program

Here are some of the things that go into creating and maintaining a breeding program of lovely dogs that are great representatives of their breed, are healthy and have good temperaments:

bulletRegister litters and new breeding stock with The American Kennel Club  COST: $200 to $500 per year 
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Purchase breeding quality dog for my white program  NOTE: the above step must be done first or it is very hard to acquire  breeding stock  of any worth!!)  COST: $1500 to $2500

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Maintain dog (food, vet bills, de-worming, etc.).  COST: about $500 per year per dog

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Grow out potential breeding stock, this includes registration, vaccinations , food, Vet Visitslicensing fees ,Grooming fees, feeding, supplements, housing , kennel, supplies, tests,   COST , about $1800  

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Assuming success thus far, purchase another POTENTIAL dog of opposite sex whose pedigree and physical characteristics AND GENETICS  will compliment your first one.  If not successful, start over anyway!  COST:  add up totals above once if first one worked out, twice if not.

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When above has been repeated (and paid out) enough to have acquired and grown out  two lovely dogs, one male and one female, who compliment each other, you can now prepare to breed them by doing the necessary genetic screening tests for that breed.  In Pomeranians that's eyes, knees,Bites, Hips,  and heart.  Permanent identification is required previous to the tests.  So for Microchip, CERF, Patella and Cardiology screening and certification PER dog, COST: currently about $147.50 per dog if you save money at screening clinics.

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IF ANY DOG DOESN'T PASS ALL THE TESTS, STOP, and START ALL OVER!!! 

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If your male and female pass the genetic screening to make sure no awful stuff will be passed to the puppies, perform a Brucellosis test on at least the female.  COST: $60

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If no one has scary diseases, you may breed them.  Now we have Ultrasound and Xray exams for the hopefully pregnant female.  COST: $120 to $300

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IF YOU CANNOT GET FEMALE PREGNANT, STOP, and START ALL OVER with new female, male, or BOTH!!

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If you are Blessed with a litter of 2 to 4 puppies (average for Pomeranians ), you will now need to feed them when they start eating mama's food, give them at least 3 sets of shots and de-worm them.  You also may need dewclaws removed.  COST:  $130 or so as a low estimate PER puppy.

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if puppies also get microchipped, spayed or neutered, and their rabies shots.  COST: $275 PER PUPPY

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IF A C-SECTION WAS NEEDED, add $600 to $1500 to litter cost.

TOTALS

WITHOUT a C-section, a conservative estimate assuming only 2 WHITE  dogs were purchased and turned out (HIGHLY UNLIKELY), a litter of 3  WHITE puppies costs the breeder:  $8,340.00 (with spay/neuter, microchip and Rabies). 

THIS IS $2,780 PER PUPPY!!

To be quite honest,  most  GOOD breeders have actually paid a LOT more (most of us would much rather NOT look at the actual figures!).  

And so now you know, Why the Prices Are So High :-).


So You Want to Breed

Pros and Cons of Inbreeding

Stages of Puppy Development

Whelping Puppies: Breeding age

Reproduction: (The Heat Cycle): Signs of Heat

Breeding Tie

Dog Pregnancy Calendar

Pregnancy Guide Prenatal Care

Pregnant Dams

Pregnant Dam X-Ray Pictures

Full-Term Mucus Plug

Whelping

Whelping Kit

First and Second Stage of Labor

Third Stage of Labor

Sometimes Things do not go as Planned

Dam Almost Dies on Day 6

Whelping Unfortunate Troubles

Whelping: A Green Mess

Water (Walrus) Puppies

C-Sections

C-Section Due to Large Dead Puppy

Emergency Cesarean Section Saves Lives

Whelping Puppies: C-section Pictures

Dam Day 62

PostPartum

Birth to 3 weeks

Puppy Nipple Guarding

Pups 3 Weeks: Time to start potty training

Pups Week 4

Pups Week 5

Pups Week 6

Pups 6 to 7.5 Weeks

Pups 8 Weeks

Pups 8 to 12 Weeks

Whelping Large Breed Dogs

Mastitis in Dogs

Mastitis In Dogs: A Toy Breed Case

Why are Toy Breeds are Harder to Train?

Crate Training

Showing, Genetics and Breeding

Trying to Save a Fading Dachshund Puppy

Whelping Stories: Three Puppies Born

Whelping: All puppies do not always survive

Whelping Puppies: A Midwoof Call

Whelping a Full Term Preemie

Whelping Small for Gestational Age Puppy

C-Section Due to Uterine Inertia

Eclampsia is Often Fatal

Hypocalcemia (low calcium)

SubQ hydrating a Puppy

Whelping a Singleton

Premature Litter

A Premature Puppy

Another Premature Puppy

Pregnant Dam Absorbing Fetus

CPR Needed to Save One Puppy

Whelping Puppies Congenital Defects

Puppy with Umbilical Cord Attached to Foot

Puppy Born with Intestines on the Outside

Gone Wrong, Vet Makes it Worse

Dam Loses Litter and Starts to Absorb Puppies

Whelping Puppies: Unexpected Early Delivery

Dam whelps 5 days early due to dead pups

Lost 1 Puppy, Saved 3

An Abscess on a Puppy

Dewclaw Removal Done Wrong

Whelping: Heat Pad Caution

Whelping a Large Litter

Whelping and Working

Whelping a Messy Litter of Pups

Whelping Puppies Picture Pages

How to Find a Good Breeder

Pros and Cons of Inbreeding

Hernias in Dogs

Cleft Palate Puppies

Saving Baby E, a Cleft Palate Puppy

Saving a Puppy: Tube Feeding: Cleft Palate