The pretty little poms you see in the above little picture are just ones of MANY available
at shelters across the US. If you're here because you're interested in buying a pom...click on the photo to go to Petfinder.org where you
can search by breed, and your zip code to find a great little lap warmer! And if you think all shelter dogs are defective mutts...I beg you to go look
at some of the gorgeous poms listed on there, and look at the two I have below!
Rosie and Koko
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This page is dedicated to Rosie and our newest addition to our family...Koko!
Here's my lil Rosie, 2 yr old female orange cream pom
Introducing....KOKO! Adopted from the Humane Society Feb 22, 2003.
Katie, my 8 yr old, holding our newest pommie baby, Koko. He's not
really a baby, he's 2 years old. He's just so tiny at 8 lbs compared to our other dogs.
Day 2: The face off....a few times!
Discussion over house rules...Rosie making sure he knows "she rules the house":
They don't want to share grandma:
And now some links for those of you who love pomeranians and want one for yourself! I believe the best place to get a dog is from a rescue organization. Most good
breed rescues evaluate the dogs, get them vet checked, and many have them fostered in homes where they are trained, including on how to live within a family.
Many rescues get puppies as well since people dump dogs for getting pregnant...even though they LET them get that way.
IF you must purchase a pom puppy, whatever you do, do NOT buy from a pet shop! Puppies in pet shops come from filthy disease-ridden puppy mills, and are
mass produced in warehouse type facilities, with no concern for genetic problems or the spread of disease. Here are some great rescues where you will find gorgeous poms that desperately need
A portion of revenue from advertisers above will be donated to the local humane society, who have been working in the red for 3 months. If you're going to buy
gifts or supplies for animals, please choose to use the links on this page and help this no-time-limit shelter. They keep animals, as long as theyre not too sick to live, for as
long as it takes to find them a forever family.To donate to them directly go to: Their Contact page for the address.