Breeding Standards

Our breeding standards are the best when it comes to breeding healthy pomeranian puppies with the most ethical method. We serve you best by putting the health and well-being of your puppy first.

At Pomeranian Pals Adoption Center, we do not support or promote over breeding of Pomeranians or any other dogs. We believe that there are already too many dogs in need of loving homes, and that over breeding will only contributes to the problem of pet homelessness and overpopulation.

Instead, we focus on  rehoming dogs in need, and providing them with the care and support they need to thrive. We work closely with local animal shelters and other rescue organizations to identify dogs in need of our help, and we also accept dogs surrendered by their owners who can no longer care for them.

All of our dogs are spayed or neutered before they are adopted out, to prevent any accidental breeding. We also provide education and resources to our adopters on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spaying and neutering, as well as proper care, training, and socialization.

By adopting a dog from Pomeranian Pals Adoption Center, you are not only gaining a new furry family member, but also helping to save a life and make a positive impact on the pet homelessness crisis. Thank you for considering adoption as the best option for bringing a new dog into your life.

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We have a zero-tolerance policy for puppy mills or substandard breeding practices of any kind.


1-year’s health guarantee for all puppies including:

  • Heart defects (scale 4 or above)
  • Organ dysfunction
  • Genetic defect
  • Life-threatening defect
  • Canine Distemper
  • Canine coronavirus

In case of your puppy develops any untreatable life-threatening defect or death occurs by heart, organ, or genetic defect, please send initial vet exams stating the cause of death and a picture of the puppy deceased. When making a claim, we require you to send us a copy of all of your initial vet exams and your permission to speak with your vet. Please note that canine distemper and canine coronavirus symptoms must be reported to us by your vet in the first 15 days of receiving your puppy (incubation period) to be eligible for the health guarantee. 

We do not cover any treatable disorders or common disorders such as luxating patella, alopecia x, hernias, open fontanel, parasites, and blood sugar.

Please feed your puppy properly to prevent hypoglycemia/low blood sugar.

We properly treat all puppies with parasites however, parasites are not covered in our guarantee as they are common in all puppies and easily treatable.

We will gladly replace your puppy under reasonable circumstances however, we are not responsible for any vet bills.

It is mandatory to get pet insurance. We recommend Nationwide Pet Insurance. They offer a wellness plan.