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Prices on pomeranian's, persian's and Mini Poodles are on a sliding scale by color, size and gender  these are just rouph estimaes,  each pup or kitten will have its own individual price next to it when listed as available on our website or advertisements

Dogs or cats males are always lower priced than females


On our available page our babies will be listed with their prices . prices are not set in stone and can vary depending on how much care goes into raising them we will always place into pet homes, very rarely do we ever sell with full breeding rights.




weights are estimated according to a small breed puppy growth chart. i do my best to be accurate but weights can vary as a pup grows. i have no control as to how it is fed once it leaves my home .


Retiring Adults $500-$850


Pom puppies run anywhere starting from $1500 up to $4000.


rescue dogs depends on how much medical care we have to provide for any problems they have but average up to $600.




we rarely place our babies into breeding homes. so no matter what quality we will always choose a pet home first.


Breeder/Show/Companion pet no matter what the quality extreme/medium face start at $1000-$2000


Retiring adults $400- $600


Mini Poodles 


Black, Phantom or Reds $2000-$3800

White, Cream, Champagne or Apricot  $2200-$3800

exotic colors

Blue,  Blue Parti,  $3000-$4000

Chocolate, Chocolate Parti,  $2000- $5000

Tan Marked/Tri colored like Black & Tan, Chocolate & Tan , Blue & Tan  same with Merle in any of these combination colors $3000-$5000


I certainly don't want to sound rude with the following statement, but we

get so many calls with the same issues so i figured i would post how i think.   the prices of my pups/kittens are NOT NEGOTIABLE, so please don't ask.   I think trying to negotiate price is not only insulting but rude.    you probably wouldn't appreciate it if someone asked you to take less money in your paycheck after you'd worked very hard at your job.     I believe that if you have to negotiate

the price of a puppy/kitten then you more than likely can not afford one

in the first place.   

 Also there is a chance that you may have to negotiate, at

some point, on the care of the puppy or kitten and that's just NOT in any

way acceptable.     Accidents can also happen and I'd hate to think one

of our puppies/kittens wouldn't receive the necessary medical care they so

desperately would need and would suffer unnecessary pain or even die

just because the new owner's budget didn't allow for emergency care or you needed to negotiate its care with the vet.      When purchasing a puppy/kitten

it is a life long commitment.       If you want to only spend a minimal amount

for a puppy/kitten, then please find and BUY a puppy/kitten priced within

your budget.     Our prices reflect the "quality" of our puppies/kittens and I

am NOT going to sell a puppy/kitten for less, just because your budget

won't allow you to pay full price or because you're a college student,

or because you had unexpected bills last month, or because its for

your child's birthday, or its for a person who is ill or handicapped or for any other reason.     

  Please realize,that "your budget", or what you're willing to pay for a puppy/kitten, has absolutely no bearing on how much money and love, time I have invested in my breeding stock, puppies/kittens, in time, effort, food, vaccinations, worming, vet bills, supplies, etc.    I am well aware of

those giving a sad story (and trust me, I've heard them ALL)

just to get a free or discounted puppy/kitten!     That's why I, and any caring breeder, will always charge an adoption fee, even for animals that can no longer be breeders, to ensure that this won't happen.


I would suggest going to your local animal shelter and saving a homeless/abandoned animal    ...but even there you will have to

pay an adoption fee. Even our rescues still require care and treatment so no pet is ever free.   So in short, if you don't want to spend any money to acquire a

new pet then maybe you should consider NOT even getting one.... for the pet's best interest! Therefore,     I reserve the right to refuse sales/service to anyone

I feel would be an unfit parent to any of my puppies/kittens or adults.   You cant 

just come say here's the money yes i want it.   You must meet it and us in person

talk, ask questions, get a vibe for each other and the pet to see if you are a good

match.   pets are not just a fad because every one has one you want one.  its a life time commitment  You cant just toss it out or give it away once your no longer interested, or the kids don't look after it or they don't play with them any more.    your working too much and don't have time for it or cant train it.   these are live living creatures that you are bringing into your home for its lifetime.  Prices are what we reflect in the hard work raising them   if it was easy every one would do it. 

I hope that you can respect this

and please not ask.

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