Medicine Lodge Poms LLC

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About Us and Our Pomeranian Puppies

Here at Medicine Lodge Poms LLC, my husband and I live on a beautiful ranch in the state of Montana. This gives me the time and space to do what I really love – raise Pomeranians!

Founded in 2013, I have strived to find exceptional dams and sires with parti, merle and exotic colors. My goal is to provide healthy, happy and gentle natured dogs, with each succeeding generation better than the last. As a growing breeder, I work very hard to bring out the best that the Pomeranian breed has to offer.

Each dog is different and I take the time to study their pedigrees and personalities, deciding on the best Pomeranians to breed together for color, temperament and health. As member of the AKC Bred with H.E.A.R.T program each of my Pomeranians will have a cardiac exam, ophthalmologist evaluation and patella evaluation performed before breeding. Bred with H.E.A.R.T. provides continued education and a great opportunity to ensure the health and well-being of my Pomeranian girls and boys.

We are always adding to our program and are excited to offer show and breeding quality puppies, as well as family pets. I look forward to meeting you or talking to you on the phone as you find your Pomeranian puppy! -Helen

Official Standard of the Pomeranian General Appearance

The Pomeranian is a compact, short-backed, active toy dog of Nordic descent. With a double coat consisting of a short, thick undercoat and a longer, profuse outer coat, the breed is known for its heavily plumed tail. An alert and intelligent dog, the Pomeranian is inquisitive and animated.

Size and Proportion:
  • Three to seven pounds in weight
  • Square with a short back
  • One to one ratio of body weight to height at the withers

  • Substance:
  • Medium-boned and sturdy
  • Head in balance with the body
  • Fox-like expression
  • Dark and bright eyes of a medium size and almond shape
  • Small ears that are mounted high and carried erect
  • Short, straight muzzle
  • Black pigmented nose (except self-colored in chocolate, beaver and blue)

  • Color Variations:
  • Brindle
  • Parti
  • Extreme Piebald
  • Piebald
  • Irish
  • Tan Points

To learn more about the Pomeranian breed standards, visit the American Kennel Club.