ABOUT US

This is Julius and Solange Poms home, We are familiar with Teacup Pomeranian puppies breed. We have had Pomeranian puppies almost all our lives but for the past eleven years that we started the teacup Pom breed , Try to become familiar with our current puppies and you browse through our website. We started this since 2006 and we have worked a great deal on this particular teacup breed. In February 2006, Our great Yorkshire died of heart failure. So, a
friend (Teacup breeder) gave me her Teacup Pomeranian puppy to comfort us for our lost. Our Vet technician suggested I give a try to the
small breed dog that’s the Teacup Pom breed. That I did and to my greatest surprise, these wonderful intelligent creatures bonded so
easily with us and since then, I have always moved along with them very well without looking back. Owning these beautiful dogs have enabled me to meet some very wonderful people. I became sad when my Vet decided to discontinue and retire as vet technician after 25 years of service.. I however was so
excited when he turned over his great skills to me and he continued to advise me on how to care and raise this precious teacup breed. Sometimes, surprises are unwelcome and we want our Pomeranian puppies to be a welcomed addition in your home or any home they go. It is not our primary job to breed and sell puppies, I work as a Fashion Photographer and my partner is a truck driver but we plan to become full time breeders as soon as we both retire. We always understand and put into consideration all the factors to be put into consideration when making the decision on buying or adding a new puppy to your family. For this reason we support you during this period so that you don’t make the wrong choice. We will walk you every step of the way
because we feel that we understand the Teacup Pomeranian breed better than you do.

NB:- If your circumstances change and you can no longer care for your Pomeranian puppy, you must return them to us and we will find them a
new home because all we need for our puppies is that they should be cared and being loved by anyone in the family

***NEVER MUST ONE OF OUR
DOGS BE SURRENDERED TO A SHELTER FOR ANY REASON…