**Prices vary depending on Supply and Demand.**
**Prices reflect demand for certain Colors, Gender, Size &
confirmation & sometimes pedigree/parents values. **
*Girls, smaller sizes, and exotic colors are higher in demand and higher in value**
**The cost to raise a healthy litter is not cheap, vet care, vaccinations, vet checks ect all cost. **
**Smaller sizes are in highest demand and so size can influence the price.**

Why don't you sell your puppies with full or limited AKC when all your adults are registered?
How can I arrange payment plans?
    Payment plans are very easy and it is up to YOU how they work! It all starts with a non refundable deposit of $200.00. Then you let me know how much you can pay each paycheck. We arrange a day for payment, and future payments. The only requirement is that the puppy must be paid in full by the time he/she is 8 weeks old. For most people that gives you 4 paychecks to make payments. If the puppy is not paid off by the time they are 8 weeks old the all, but the non refundable deposit, will be returned to you, and the puppy will go back up for sale. 

    An example if you wanted a puppy that is 1200. You pay $200.00 when the puppy is born. Then $300 in two weeks(pup is 2 weeks old), $300 the next two weeks (pup is 4 weeks old), $200,00 the next two weeks (pup is 6 weeks), Then the last $200.00 when the puppy is 8 weeks old. That payment is usually made on pick up day. :D If the puppy is older other plans can be made. You just let me know how you would like to work it. 
How much do your pomeranian puppies cost?
How much do your pomeranian puppies cost?
Prices range from 2000-5000 
I sell all my puppies without AKC papers.This is to help me place my puppies in PET homes only. All our dogs are AKC registered. Generally speaking only breeders want papers.  There are many unethical breeders out there who do not care for their dogs. Since I can't know who is ethical and who isn't, I only sell to PET HOMES now. No exceptions. Selling without papers helps keep my puppies in homes where they will get the attention and care they deserve.

   I used to include two prices for all my dogs. One price was lower, and it was without AKC papers. This was my way of trying to successfully place my dogs in loving pet homes only. The next price was higher with limited AKC papers for those who liked to have the paperwork of a purebred. To get the papers, you just had to bring proof of a spay or neuter, and then I would give out the limited AKC papers. My experience however, has taught me all the ways that this can come back to haunt me. Unfortunately, I have learned the hard way that not everyone is honest. It is mostly breeders who seem to desire the AKC papers of a dog. Many breeders are wonderful people. But, I have had BAD ONES try to forge my AKC papers, or sell dogs they say were from my lines but are ones they bought or bred in a puppy mill using the AKC papers they got on a pet dog I sold under a spay contract. Even though I sent them LIMITED AKC, they simply use another registry to register the unhealthy dogs that they claim were mine! That is MY NAME and my REPUTATION that is damaged when that occurs. I could fill pages with such stories. 
    When I have refused to sell a puppy to certain people (the puppy mill types who have no morals or ethics), I have been  harassed, my name has been slandered online in forums, and these breeders have targeted me to try and ruin my reputation. All this is done out of spite and hostility because I didn't want to sell to them and have my puppy grow up in a cage! For these reasons, and for many more I don't have room or time to post, I now only sell PET PUPPIES to PET HOMES with no AKC.
    I have the right to REFUSE a sale. I worry about my puppies being in danger of falling into the wrong hands. I will not sell to anyone that I feel threatened by, who is pushy, or rude ect. Most of the time those are people who feel their rights to keep dogs in cages and run a puppy mill exceeds my rights to NOT sell to them.  My puppies mean the world to me, and I care about where they end up. Selling with AKC papers increases the chances my puppies can wind up in the wrong hands. I know the majority of people and breeders are GOOD and Honest, but the few bad ones have lead to me changing things to protect the puppies I love!
       All my puppies are now listed at the lower pet price. I no longer offer my puppies with AKC papers. This has helped me put my fears to rest because I know my fur kids will only go to loving pet homes and will not end up in a puppy mill situation. I would rather lose a sale, than put them at risk for an unhappy life. I will be happy to show you the parent's FULL AKC papers when you buy your dog. ALL my adults are registered with AKC, and I have been inspected and given approval by AKC to raise my babies. 
    I know there are alot of good breeders out there. I do not have a problem with ethical people raising dogs. It is my passion, and I know many great people share it! However, they are no longer the majority. There are too many raising dogs in the most inhumane ways possible. Some who show dogs are just as guilty, so being a "show home" is not a gold stamp classification of ethics or morals. Since I can't know who is honest, and reputable (and everyone claims to be both) and who is a puppy mill, I no longer sell my Pomeranians to breeders or with AKC papers. 
    I do not wish for my babies to become victims in a puppy mill.   I do not wish for my dogs to live out their lives in a cage or kennel without the love and affection of caring owners. I do not want them neglected, abused, or forgotten. It is my dream that each dog will be the center of someone's universe! =) I try hard to make them ready for that life. Please do not be alarmed or insulted if I ask many questions about your intentions when you inquire about my puppies. Also if you're looking to buy a dog just to breed, please search elsewhere. Sorry.  Thanks for reading and thanks for your understanding.

   There are sooo many variants that influence the price of a puppy. We want our puppies in a loving FOREVER homes. Price equals value...and our puppies lives are of the greatest value from the day they are born. They are not expendable. They are not accessories to be bought and sold with careless disregard. They are individuals. They are important. They matter regardless of color, gender, size, or confirmations. From the day they are born, they matter. We want our puppies in the greatest committed loving pet homes for LIFE. Homes that have educated themselves on what it takes to own and care for a forever companion. We don't want anyone to buy one of our babies on a whim, or without doing their homework on this breed, their health issues, and the devotion and time it takes to train them, and raise them. We want our babies to be with a responsible owner. Poms can live up to 18 years or so, and they will depend on you for all that time to care for them, provide for them, and never give up on them, because they will never give up on you! 
     I am often told by perspective new owners that our puppies 'COST TO MUCH' and that 10-18 years ago, they got their loving companion for just 300-2000 dollars. I remember those days too! I sympathize with everyone shopping to buy a dog now. Sadly though, keep in mind, everything has gone up in prices. Everything cost us so much more now. That inflation has an impact on us all. Gas was cheaper, cars were cheaper, vet bills and dog food, ALL were cheaper years ago. I miss those days to. Saly as the costs goes up, so does the cost of raising healthy pom adults and puppies. We try to give our dogs all the best we can, and it is not cheap. Everything has gone up,  since 10-18 years ago. Here are just a few examples, maybe you can relate to, that have skyrocketed - quality food, vet care, ccections, routine vaccinations, worming, and antiparasitic screenings and preventive meds, gas to get to the vet/airport/meet clients, medications, dog beds, toys, ect. Covid has played a part in higher costs too. Vets now have been short staffed and that means most of us, can NOT get into see our vets when we need them. Many times, even with though we have a great relationship with our vets, we are turned away in our time of need, and we will be paying triple to go to an emergency vet for things like ccections, and even for simple things like an ear ache!. Dog food has gone up, and it is often "out of stock" and we must scramble to adjust for that. We love our dogs very much so we will still do all these amazing things for them, and seek the best care and food for them ect. All of this is our duty and our pleasure. But it ads up.  Most ethical breeders do not make a profit like many like to assume we do. All we make goes right back to care for our dogs. Our prices reflect what our overhead to keep things running.
    We get very attached to each one of our puppies, we can tell you all about each one's personalities! Because we spend so much time with them. We want you to be happy with your babies too! We want ou babies to always be a perfect match with you! A puppy with the most desirable, or frequently requested, traits is going to have a higher price. Most expensive prices would be for small females/males with the most requested traits or more rare colors. They may be 3000-5000. Lower prices are usually for puppies who have yet to sell by the time they are 16 weeks old. If your on a budget, I always understand that! Don't give up. Reach out to me, and I will be happy to keep you in mind if we decide to lower prices. 
   Many pet stores charge higher prices for puppies, yet they sell SICK puppies from unethical breeders and puppy mills. They offer NO warranty, and your puppy may not survive to adulthood due to unsafe breeding practices at puppy mills and sick puppies being produced by sick, neglected parents. We do NOT approve of those practices. I get many phone calls from disappointed or heart broken new dog owners, who bought from pet stores, and it did not go well. It breaks my heart to hear. Regardless where you seek to get your puppy, do your homework, and try to find a reputable breeder vs going to a pet store. If you decide to buy a puppy, and its NOT from us, I am still always here to help anyone answer questions, or to help in any way I can. So always feel free to CONTACT ME.