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Reply Christian
4:49 AM on January 25, 2015 

Dear Ms Louise,

 

I've just visited your website - very interesting and good information about your lovely Pomeranians. The pictures are lovely and all your dogs look great!

 

Your dogs are stunning.

 

I wish you for the future of your Pomeranian kennel a lot of fun, breeding success, lovely and healthy puppies!

 

All the best

 

Christian

 

Pomeranians make you happy!

 

www.kleinspitz.de



Reply Angie Davidson Moore
4:51 AM on September 6, 2014 

Hi

Thank you for your really informative webiste; I came across it as I am doing my research around the breed with a view to owning and showing.  I was particularly interested in your comments re the Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme which certainly has given me a wider perspective.  The novice would assume that the KA is the holy grail of 'the dog world'.

Thank you once again; I'm am sure I will be in touch again.

Best wishes


Angie 

Reply Vicky
8:07 AM on October 22, 2013 

Hi, I've spent a lot of hours researching a Pom and have come across your website as I am determined to buy from a reputable breeder. I would love to have a chat with someone regarding my research so far and if possible be directed by recommendation to a reputable exhibitor/ breeder. Is this something you could possibly help me with? 

Pid love to hear from you and could not see how to private email/ call contact -although I suspect that you would simply be inundated if this was available :) 


thanks and hope to speak to someone directly soon, 


vicky 

Reply Madeline Knight
5:42 PM on October 7, 2013 

Fell in love with a beautiful little "Red" Pom at Bath Ch. Show 2013, while showing my Coton de Tulear (I have 2, do they count as big dogs?) both are girls, 18 months & 15months. Prior to these I owned & showed Bearded Collies grooming has never been a problem. Would really like to be considered as a forever home, not necessarily to show !

Reply Barbara
5:38 AM on May 27, 2012 

I welcome, what ways are to illness of the black skin? can you write me a few ways? I know around certainly the castration can help but not absolutely... my dog is 3 years old and for a year has open countries without hair and the skin is black, in Poland doctors don't want to admit that know this illness or don't know for her... this week I am going with it to the treatment of the castration, I still learnt around it will be necessary to lead the gluten-free diet perhaps improvement, has low sheep's of thyroid hormones, the rally is also medicines overcome as many as 30 days, there is no improvement... perhaps should still do something? I am calling for help to the mail

Reply elena banu
10:10 PM on May 15, 2012 

hi, i wish adopt a retired pomeranian, can i do that if i m from romania? thanks

Reply Russell Marks
4:52 PM on April 3, 2012 

Is Sugar still for sale please???

Reply pommaniapoms
7:15 PM on March 24, 2012 

Hi hannah,

Unfortunatly this is a problem that groomers do not understand about double coated breeds like poms. They think it is ok to shave poms down to the skin and whilst for some poms it is a great idea if you live in a hot country and they can be a lot more comfortable it not good for a short term hair cut. Google "post clipping alopecia" There is not a lot know about it but there is some information out there. Speaking from experiance and from talking to vets and dermo specialists you will find it will take 2 years for your poms coat to start to go back properly. You do get the undercoat back first and then the gaurd hair will start to come in much later so sadly it will be a good couple of years before they will ever be in full coat again.
Always fully quiz any groomer you want to use. Find out what experiance they have with double coated breeds and get them to go into deatil about the correct care for the coat and what brushes they use and silly little things like what direction the coat should be brushed in and ask them what line brushing is? Never be afraid to ask too many questions, if they don;t like it don;t use them!

Hope this helps

Zoe x

Hannah says...

I read all about BSD/Alopecia X on your site and it is very helpful, but still leaves me wondering.  I have a 22 month old male purebred pom who i took the the groomers almost a year ago and they shaved him (without my permission) into a lion cut and his hair on his back is still not grown back fully.  The stuff that has come in is mainly the undercoat I think, because it is much more fluffy and soft.  It is coming in in patches on his back, but more full on his butt, legs and belly.  I have tried adding suppliments to his food, he eats all natural, I brush him regularly but nothing seems to work.  I have talked to numerous vets, groomers, etc. but no one seems to be able to give me any answers.  I feel so bad for him and just want his hair to grow back long and full more than anything.  I have also heard this called "shave shock".  Today a new groomer mentioned "carding" or "hand stripping".  Any information or tips would be greatly appreciated! 

Thanks again! 

Reply Hannah
6:53 PM on March 24, 2012 

I read all about BSD/Alopecia X on your site and it is very helpful, but still leaves me wondering.  I have a 22 month old male purebred pom who i took the the groomers almost a year ago and they shaved him (without my permission) into a lion cut and his hair on his back is still not grown back fully.  The stuff that has come in is mainly the undercoat I think, because it is much more fluffy and soft.  It is coming in in patches on his back, but more full on his butt, legs and belly.  I have tried adding suppliments to his food, he eats all natural, I brush him regularly but nothing seems to work.  I have talked to numerous vets, groomers, etc. but no one seems to be able to give me any answers.  I feel so bad for him and just want his hair to grow back long and full more than anything.  I have also heard this called "shave shock".  Today a new groomer mentioned "carding" or "hand stripping".  Any information or tips would be greatly appreciated! 

Thanks again! 

Reply MARK
8:37 AM on March 22, 2012 

A FANTSTICK SITE ,

i have lert mor on your site then i have redup in the years that i have bin folowing the breed,i have just got my ferst pup and hope to showe but i think he,s on the tall size, or at leest up here in scotland .hope i get a charns to see you and your boutifall dogs for my self one day .all the best mark rawlings