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Adoption Requirements Our Rescue Dogs Courtesy Listings Available from Members Giving up your Pom?

Rescues are NOT a source for breeding stock. Most rescue dogs are spayed/neutered before placement. Reputable breeders will require you to spay/neuter pet quality animals, if they have not already been spayed/neutered. If you want to breed, talk to some of our breeder members about purchasing breeder or show potential stock. If you are thinking of breeding for ANY reason, other than producing better, healthier specimens of the breed according to the standard, you are breeding for the WRONG reason.

Please fill out and mail our adoption application and placement agreement so that we can match you with your next life long friend.
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You can download the adoption application by clicking here.
You can download the placement agreement by clicking here.

Poms Needing Homes

Here are some of the Pomeranians, Kleinspitz and Mittelspitz that we know need new homes. Most pet store and "back yard breeder" Pomeranians are actually Kleinspitz and Mittelspitz height. The average life span for Pomeranians is 14 to 20 years.

The following are dogs that have been taken into our rescue program and are being fostered by our members.

Triss Triss - 10+ year old spayed female. Good with other dogs and cats. Has cataracts but sees well enough to use a doggy door and let herself in and out. Loves to be with her human. Contact Diana Downey.

The following are not part of the NOVA Pom Rescue program but are listed here as a courtesy.

No courtesy listings at this time.

The following are adult Poms that are being sold/placed by NOVA Pom Members. They are not part of our rescue program and are being listed here only as a courtesy to our members. The Northern Virginia Pomeranian Club does not endorse any individual or dog and encourages buyers to thoroughly investigate sellers before purchasing a dog from them.

Name Sex DOB Contact
None at this time.

Giving up your Pom?

We are sorry that you are thinking of giving up a member of your family. We understand that in some cases this step is unavoidable. Here are some of the things that you should do before contacting us:



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