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Welcome To Pom Acres
This is our family!
This is our home where our babies are born & raised.
We are AKC inspected & approved
Thank you for visiting our website. My name is Kathy Bollinger and I have been raising pomeranians for over 20 years. Poms are my passion! When I was growing up my Mom raised poms, so I guess you could say, "They're in my blood!". I have learned a lot and continue to strive for excellence. I select poms that I feel will produce quality and uphold the breed standard.
We only breed once a year, therefore, we don't always have puppies available. If you would like a puppy from a particular sire or dam, we can put you on our waiting list and contact you when one becomes available. Keep in mind that we rest our females, so it may take months or even years to get the puppy you want. We also keep certain puppies that are born here at PomAcres. They are not all for sale!
Please take a look around and if you see a puppy that you are interested in, please contact us. We want to help you find the perfect pet. We love what we do and are so thankful that God has allowed us to pursue our passion. First and foremost, we are Christians & strive to put the Lord first in all areas. Being fair & honest is most important to us.
Thanks & God Bless,
Training Tips for Your New Puppy!
People often ask me about training their new puppy, so I have put together some things that may be helpful to new owners.
When training a puppy it is most important to be consistent. Puppies learn what is expected of them by your reactions. If they are barking or whining and you pick them up, they will think this is acceptable behavior and will continue to do it as long as they get the same reaction from you. They learn this is how to get your attention & will continue to misbehave in this way. Don't pick them up when they are barking or whining. Instead, wait until they are quiet to pick them up. They will then learn, that being quiet is the behavior that is acceptable.
Housetraining can be difficult and takes time. There are many ways to housetrain your puppy. Again being consistent, along with being patient and forgiving, are very important. I have heard it said that it is more about training the owner than the puppy. We start all of our puppies on newspaper & piddle pad training. When you receive your puppy, you will have to decide what form of house-training you prefer. It takes many months to complete this process. Don't expect your puppy to be completely trained when you get them. It takes time, patience & consistency. Yelling at your puppy when they make a mistake, will only confuse them more. Instead, reward them with a treat when they do it right. When they make a mistake, tell them "no" and put them on the paper, piddle pad or outside. Tell them, "this is where you go potty". Watch for the signs that they are looking for a place to go and put them on the paper, piddle pad or outside before they go. There are many books & internet resources available that teach how to housetrain puppies. Please check them out & be prepared beforehand.
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