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Welcome to Riveira Pomeranians

We are located in Northern Ca. Here at Riveira Pomeranians we take great pride in having some of the most amazing show quality pomeranians in the US. Some of our dogs have Russian lines & most are CH or GCH Sired. We do NOT sale to other breeders unless under a show contract to small show enthusiast other wise all puppies are under Spay/Neuter agreements. No puppy mills, pet stores, or brokers!! 

We hold very high standards when it comes to the integrity of our program and quality of our babies! We strive to produce 100% sound, correct puppies that meet show standards. I love a very cobby, square, Teddy bear faced Pom with a Heavy coat, short legs and solid bone. Health and temperament is always first in mind as we take health of our puppies very serious! We do not breed dogs with coat issues, trachea issues, leggy or incorrect structure. 

We encourage you to come to our home to view your potential baby. For the safety of our puppies we will Not meet in a public park or store parking lot. We encourage you to come see your puppy in person to make sure you have a bond with that puppy as many times people see a puppy in a photo and actually leave with a different one. 

All our dogs eat Fromm as well as in addition to homemade home cooked organic meals as well as NuVet vitamins. We do not cage or kennel our dogs, they sleep in my daughters room on her bed or in their beds in her room. We have a doggy door in our dining room that goes out to the back yard where they have free roam as they please. We do have an outside kennel. Please note they do not live in here. This kennel is only used if weather does not permit them to go outside like if it is raining and wet outside or too hot in the summer as it gets over 115 degrees here. 

The kennel is used when weather does not permit them to go outside. Their kennel is 60 ft long 10 ft wide and 14 ft of it is indoor fully insulated with heating and air. It is cleaned and disinfected routinely with kennel Sol. So our dogs live indoor in our home and have free access through a doggy door to our yard and use the kennel only when needed. 

This web site is a shared site with my Mother who also raises pom. We do NOT mix breed nor do we condone this practice, we try to preserve the integrity of the breed. We may request to video chat with you to see where the puppy will be going to. We will only place our puppies in forever loving homes. Please make sure you have 12-16 years to commit to a new family member and we recommend you research this breed.

Our puppies are born in our home, handled from birth from day one. We take a lot of time to socialize our babies. We take cleanliness as top priority with our babies. Toys, blankets, bedding, dishes and cages are cleaned daily. We have many references. 

We have a trusted in cabin puppy nanny who has flown many of our babies all over the US at buyers expense. However we recommend you if possible to come in person. You may fly into the Sacramento or Redding airport & take your baby home as a carry on. We do NOT ship in cargo!

We do Not release our puppies younger than a minimum of 9 to 10 weeks old, sometimes we will hold on to a puppy longer if we feel he/she needs more time with mom or is on the smaller side. All puppies are examined at 8 weeks old by our established vet, will have age appropriate vaccines, Microchip at buyers request and "if" the puppy is big enough to chip, deworming, deflea, will have sample of NuVet vitamins and everything on record. 

Our Yard & Pom house 

Please Note our poms do not live in their outside house. In fact it is almost never in use. They are only in it when it is raining outside and need a dry place to potty at. It is insulated & has heating as well as A/C. Our poms live and sleep inside our house, where we have  a doggy door in the dining room that goes out to our back yard & they have free access 24/7 to go in and out as they please.

Puppy kits are for LOCAL buyers only. We can ship one at buyers expense. 

  • Potty pads
  • Big Bed
  • Defleaed
  • Dewormed
  • Age appropriate vaccines
  • Vet examined
  • Exam & Shot record
  • 1 Year Genetic Health Guarantee
  • Bag of Puppy Food
  • Food & Water Dishes
  • Assorted Toys
  • Folder containing all your puppy's records & info
  • AND a LIFE time of Support from me.

Here at Riveira Pomeranians we take the health of our babies serious. We feed our kids like Kings & Queens! In addition to Fromm Dry kibble we also feed Organic home cooked meals. Everything is Organic. They get a variety of meats like Beef, rabbit, duck, turkey, Tripe, Buffalo as well as Farm fresh Eggs, brown rice, organic Fruits & Veggies as well as their favorite...Sardines for Omega fats. We feed Dry kibble in small portions while home cooked meals is their main diet. 

Dogs need real meat in their diets & Dry dehydrated kibbles are so full of fillers, sugars and bad stuff, even the expensive name brand ones are typically not good for them. The starch in dry food turns into sugar which causes inflammation, which in turn causes many health issues including heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and many more issues. 

We also feed organ meats but this should be fed in small proportions as well as muscle meats.  Dogs are omnivores and need fresh meats as well as fruits and veggies. 

There is NO such thing as a "Micro" "T-Cup" or "Pocket pomeranian" these are words back yard breeders use to justify Big prices and to dupe uninformed buyers into spending Big Money, they are names to describe a genetic anomaly that has resulted in a much smaller than breed standard. Reputable breeders do not refer to their puppies as T-cup,Micro,or Pocket size. Puppies are NOT a fashion accessory! The smaller than "Normal" size babies are usually just the "Runt" and a lot of the time are more fine bone, have open skulls (Soft spot or Font) are more likely to have Hypoglycemia issues (Low Sugar) that can lead to death, Liver shunt, Hydrocephalus (water on the brain), Heart problems, undescended testicles,collapsing trachea,luxating patellas,Seizures,digestive problems and the list goes on...They are also more likely to injure themselves in simple activities like playing,running, or jumping from a couch,more often than not these so called Micros or T-Cups don't make it to see their first Birthday. REMEMBER just because a puppy passes its 8 or 10 weeks vet exam does Not guarantee that the puppy is in fact healthy. Most vets only do a standard check, temp,look in eyes & mouth and listen to heart then sign off the puppy as "Healthy".