The Pomeranian is one of the most popular of the Toy breeds. His mild temperament, intelligence and devotion make him an ideal family companion. He has a "big dog" attitude, is fearless, alert and easily trained.
Pomeranians are often seen competing in various dog sports and activities including conformation and obedience. They are also used to work as therapy dogs, hearing assistance dogs, as well as in search and rescue where small sized dogs are required.
For more information about the Pomeranian breed, see the Breed Info section.
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Rocky View County, Alberta, T4A 0N2
Tel.: (403) 226-2949
Fax: (403) 226-2950
Crystalton Pomeranians The home of many top winning Pomeranians in the country. Our main objective is to breed for health and temperament. We supply a written health guarantee. Not being a big breeder we only have show and pet stock available from time to time.
Our puppies are home raised in a clean, healthy environment.
We have over 40 years of experience with breeding, showing, and now dog show judging. Kennel Visits are welcome We are located 5 minutes from Calgary.
For further information, please see our website at:
Tel.: 780-895-7374; Cell: 780-966-0769
Quality raised Pomeranians, not quantity.
We strive to breed for health, temperament and esthetics. We raise all our pets in our home, surrounded by family.
Our puppies leave the home vet checked, vaccinated, dewormed and with lifetime breeders support.
Our Pomeranians are registered with the CKC.
For more information, visit our website at: www.ephraimkennel.weebly.com
473 Waite Rd.
Our Pomeranians are pure bred, registered, micro chipped and come with a 3 year health and temperament guarantee.
Our babies are raised in our home with lots of care and attention.
For more information, please visit our website at: www.ashirapoms.com
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