Darlynns Pomeranians

Pomeranian Puppies / Dog Breeders and Puppies in Alaska 

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Q. When will I receive my puppy?

A. Puppies are placed between 8 weeks and 12 weeks have had proper socialization skills learned from their dam.  Small breed dogs belong to the Toy group and develop as puppies at a slower rate then large breed puppies. The extra time spent with the mother is crucial for proper socialization.

Q. Will my puppy have grooming lessons?

A. Grooming lessons for a Pomeranian is important as they require frequent grooming all their lives. At 6-8 weeks puppies have had baths, brushing's and its nails done. By 12 weeks puppies will have had multiple grooming sessions. The puppy begins to enjoy grooming which reduces the battle as they mature.

Q.  Will my puppy be potty trained?

A. At 7-8 weeks Pomeranian puppies are harder to house train. Because they are tiny at this age, their bladders are also tiny. For this reason this means that the need to go to the bathroom is much more frequent than a large breed puppy. At 12 weeks, the toy breeds are much easier to house train.

Q.  Preparing for your Puppy?

A. The first thing is to plan on taking your new puppy to the vet for a checkup. This visit will help ensure that your puppy is healthy and free of serious health issues, birth defects. It is the first steps toward a good preventive health routine for your puppy.

Q. How often should I feed my puppy?

A. Your puppy is growing and is important to pick a good quality puppy food that supports your puppies growth. Fresh water should be supplied each day. Puppies up to 12 weeks will eat up to 4 times a day, whereas; a puppy 3 to 6 months may need to eat three times a day; 6 months to 12 months can be fed 2 times a day.

Q. What brand of food is my puppy eating?

A. Puppies at weaning have been started on Wellness Puppy Food. Wellness kibble is offered dry and is offered for free feeding until the puppies are six months old. Adults are maintained on Taste of the Wild Bison and Orijen Six Fish Dog Food is added to the daily food. The ratio would be 2/3 cup of the Bison and add the Orijen for a total of 1 cup. This food contains Fresh Pacific Pilchard, Mackerel, Hake, Flounder,  Rockfish, Sole Whole Herring, Alaska Cod, Sardine, Whole Blue Whiting, herring oil, whole red lentils, whole green lentils, whole green peas, lentil fiber, whole chickpeas, whole yellow peas, sunflower oil (cold-pressed), whole pinto beans, cod liver (freeze-dried), fresh whole pumpkin, fresh whole butternut squash, fresh whole zucchini, fresh whole parsnips, fresh carrots, fresh whole red delicious apples, fresh whole bartlett pears, fresh kale, fresh spinach, fresh beet greens, fresh turnip greens, brown kelp, whole cranberries, whole blueberries, whole saskatoon berries, chicory root, turmeric root, milk thistle, burdock root, lavender, marshmallow root, rosehips, enterococcus faecium.

Q. What vaccination will my puppy receive?

A. Each puppy receives at least one inoculation against distemper, hepatitis and parvo. As the new owner the responsibility will be to insure that the puppy receives the the remaining series of inoculations recommend by a veterinarian and the rabies vaccination.

Q. What is Nu-Vet?

A. They are the number #1 best vitamin supplement in today's market. We have tried them and know first hand the wonderful benefits and health impact provided by using these supplements for our dogs! As a Nu-Vet distributor your puppy will come with a sample of Nu-Vet . 

Q.  How much does an Darlynn puppy cost?
A.  Prices for a quality bred Pomeranian starts at $2000.00. The price for quality exotic colors such for our creams are priced typically higher as our show and brood puppies. For current pricing on our Pom puppies check out our available page.

Q.  Why do your puppies cost so much?
A.  Our Poms come from top winning show lines. We have worked hard for over 12 years to develop excellence in quality, type and temperament. We also give the puppies excellent care by providing mini grooming sessions and socializing them daily. Show breeders spend a great deal of time and money showing their dogs to insure they are breeding the best stock that meets breed standard. We feel that our prices are reasonably priced for Poms of our quality.

Q.  Do you ship your puppies?
A.  We can ship our puppies to any airport served by Alaska Airlines and their Partner flights. The estimated USA shipping charge for Alaska Airlines is $200.00 to $450.00 plus airline approved kennel, crate pad, food dish, and health certificate. (Effective November 18, 2013: pet quality puppies must be viewed by the buyer, a family member, friend, or a USDA inspector prior to shipment.) 

Q. What colors do you offer?
A. We offer quality cream Pomeranian puppies including orange and beautiful orange sables. We are working to expand the availability of our quality creams, lavender and chocolate.

Q.  What does a typical Darlynn puppy look like?
A. Click here to see past photos of Darlynn puppies.

Q. What is the average weight of your Poms?
A. Our Poms average 4-7 pounds at maturity which we feel is the ideal size for the health of our Poms. Sometimes we have puppies that mature in the 8 pound range, or larger and those that fall below 4 lbs. (To estimate the mature weight of Poms triple the 8 week weight or double the 12 week weight.) This is a good indicator of your puppies adult weight.

Q. Do you offer a guarantee?
A.  Click here to see our guarantee.

Q. Responsible breeders. How do I recognize one? These breeders are dedicated to producing quality dogs as a serious avocation. Responsible breeders can explain how and why the breeding was planned. They are actively involved with local or national dog clubs. They will take back the pup you can't keep rather than see it disposed of inappropriately. Sells companion quality only with spay/neuter agreement or limited AKC registration. Prices will be at medium to high end of local range and not exuberantly over priced or under priced. They will provide a contract, proof of registration for parents and demonstrate knowledge of the breed. 

Q.  How long is your waiting list?
A. If there are no puppies available now; the expected  wait is 3-6 months for a puppy. Placing a deposit will place you at the top of the line in the order that deposits are received. Fill out our form to be added to the waiting list

Q.  How do deposits work?
A.  Placing a deposit is the best way to secure your place in line for an Darlynn puppy.  When we have litters due the current wait time is approximately 3-6 months. Those who place a $500 deposit get first choice in the order that deposits are received. Deposits may be placed by sending a bank certified check, USPS Money order, or you may pay with your credit card through PayPal, ( 3.5% process fee) applies, even if you don’t have a PayPal account. Please note that deposits are non-refundable but may be transferred to another puppy if you decide to wait for a future litter. We always reserve the right to keep any puppy for our own breeding program. If you would like to send a check, please contact us for instructions. If you would like to use your credit card or PayPal account to place your deposit: 1) Use the first text field below to type your initials agreeing to the terms, 2) Use the second text field to type your preferences (male or female; companion, show or breeding; color), 3) Click the “Buy Now” button to send your secure payment.

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