About Us

Pomchi's R Us

We are located in Kuna,Idaho, where I raise and breed the top quality line of dogs that you've grown to expect. We specialized in Pomchis. Since small breeds need plenty of tender loving care, we want to to assure that our babies go to only good, loving homes. We are all particular as to who adopts our "Babies", so don't get offended if we ask you more questions then you ask us. We are very scrupulous breeder and really care about where our dogs go, and you should be as well. After all, this new bundle of joy is about to change your life.Pomchi's needs lots of attention. We have started them on their road to a long and happy life by already spoiling them. We want to find each puppy a suitable, loving homes. Once you purchase a puppy from us, you have access to us 24/7 for the life of your dog. We love our dogs and We take this job seriously. This way we only offer up to our best for ensure that your new member is well socialized. The puppies that are whelped and raised here are underfoot and loved from day one. We watch them be birthed and we watch and play with them as they grow to the dog we all know and love.

What Is a Breeder?

*What is a Breeder ?
 A Breeder (with a capital B) is one who thirsts for knowledge and never really knows it all, one who wrestles with the decisions of conscience, convenience, and commitment.

A Breeder is one who sacrifices personal interests, finances, time, friendships, fancy furniture, and deep pile carpeting ! She gives up the dreams of a long, luxurious cruise if favor of  this years dream "vacation ".

The Breeder goes without sleep ( But never without coffee, tea and Diet Pepsi! ) in hours spent planning a breeding or watching anxiously over the birth process, and afterwards, over every little sneeze, wiggle or cry.

The Breeder skips dinner parties because that litter is due or the babies have to be fed at eight. She disregards birth fluids and puts mouth to mouth to save a gasping newborn, literally blowing life into a tiny, helpless creature that may be the culmination of a lifetime of dreams.

A Breeder's lap is a marvelous place where generations of proud and noble champions once snoozed.

A Breeder's hands are strong and firm and often soiled, but ever so gentle and sensitive to the thrusts of a puppy's wet nose.

A Breeder's back and knees are usually arthritic from stooping, bending, and sitting in the birthing box, but are strong enough to enable the breeder to sdo this all over again the next day.

A Breeder's shoulders are stooped and often heaped with abuse from competitors, but they're wide enough to support the weight of a thousand defects and frustrations.

A Breeder's arms are always able to wield a mop, support an armful of puppies, or lend a helping hand to a newcomer.

 A Breeder's ears are wondrous things, sometimes red ( from being talked about ) or strangely shaped ( from being pressed against a phone receiver ), often deaf to criticism, yet always fine-tuned to the whimper of a sick puppy.

A Breeder's eyes are blurred from pedigree research and sometimes blind to her own dog's faults, but they are ever so keen to the competition's faults and are always searching for the perfect specimen.

 A Breeder's brain is foggy on faces, but it can recall pedigrees faster than an IBM computer. It's so full of knowledge that sometimes it blows a fuse: it catalogues thousand of good boneings, fine ears, and perfect heads... and buries in the soul the failures and the ones that didn't turn out.

The Breeder's heart is often broken, but it beats strongly with hope everlasting... and it's always in the right place ! Oh, yes there are Breeders, and then there are BREEDERS !!!

7 Tips To Choose A Reputable Dog Breeder

1. Ask the breeder some questions to make sure he knows what she/he is talking about.

2. Make sure the breeder is not breeding 10 different breed at the same time. A reputable breeder will concentrate on one breed, maybe two similar ones maximum.

3. Ask to see where the puppy are raised. If the breeder does not want you to see the place, it is not a good sign. Some breeder might ask you to clean your shoes and hands before you go in though, this is avoid contamination ( for example if you have a cold).

4. Ask the breeder if she/he does comentition with his/her dogs. Most reputable (but not all) go to dog shows with their dogs. It is not an absolute necessity though.

5. Ask for documentation about the puppy to see if it is registered with the AKC or other well know organistions.

6. A good breeder will ask YOU a lot of questions about you and your family to make sure the breed you want will fit well in your environment and your lifestyle.

7. Ask the breeder at what age she/he lets the puppy goes. A reputable breeder knows that it is very important for the puppy to be with it's mother from 6 to 10 weeks so the breeder should not let her/his puppy go before 8 weeks.

Pomchi's R Us Breeder
Jennifer McCollum

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