August 26, 2010
Well, just about everyone who is in school should be getting into the routine about now….hard to believe where the summer has gone.
It is hard to think about getting into the school routine when it is still in the triple digits and the river is still calling!
But….back to reality and routine….
It has been a wonderful summer….espcially for us as we had a new granddaughter born and we are so incredibly blessed. She is such a joy and the miracle of birth never ceases to amaze me. What a lovely little creature she is! 🙂
Our little pomeranian puppies are darling too, and my three little boys that are the last of my summer litters are patiently and expectantly waiting to see who their new owners will be. They are just too cute for words and all with personality plus.
We have a few litters due in late Sept/Oct. We are very excited about our fall litters and have a few new “pairings”.
I wish you all a wonderful upcoming “Labor Day” and hope it concludes a wonderful summer season for you.
As we start a new Fall season I’d like to share an excerpt from the AKC newsletter which I thought was good to be thinking about as Pomeranians are a very small breed, one of the top most desired breeds in the nation and often the victims of theft….always good to be aware and informed.

….Protect Your Pet from Theft
From parking lots to pet stores and even backyards, dog thefts are on the rise. Thefts range from tiny puppies being stuffed into purses at pet stores to, most recently, purebred pets being snatched from cars in parking lots and shelters. The AKC offers the following advice to prevent your “pomeranian puppy” from being a target of a crime:

At Home
Don’t let your pomeranian puppy off-leash or unattended in your yard. Keeping your dog close to you reduces the likelihood it will wander off and catch the attention of thieves.

On the Road
Never leave your pomeranian puppy in an unattended car, even if it’s locked.

Don’t tie your pomeranian puppy outside a store. This popular practice among city dwelling dog owners can be a recipe for disaster. Reports have surfaced of such thefts in Manhattan.

Be vigilant. Always remain aware of your surroundings when entering or leaving any dog-friendly establishments.

Protect your pomeranian with microchip identification. Collars and tags can be removed so make sure you have permanent ID with a microchip. Keep contact information current with your recovery service provider. For more information and to enroll your pet in a 24 hour recovery service visit

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