Pomeranian pups are good-natured, fuzzy-looking creatures that are filled with love and affection in tiny little bodies. If you’re thinking about adopting a Pomeranian your first resource should be your local Pomeranian rescue. If you aren’t sure where your local Pomeranian rescue is or if you even have one near you, there are a few different ways you can certainly find out.
The first step you may want to take is calling your local veterinarian. Many animal rescue centers will provide vets with their information in case people were to bring in abandoned animals. If you don’t know a local vet, you can simply look up businesses in your local Yellow Pages or by looking at online directories that allow you to search locally.
Another way you can find a good Pomeranian rescue shelter is by looking in your local newspaper. Often times, animal shelters will run ads in the paper on a regular basis just so people can become aware of them. They may post ads about animals up for adoption or they may post ads that push people to bring unwanted or abandoned animals to their shelter so that they can find the animal a good home. The ad will list the shelter name and contact information so you can get in touch with them and ask any questions. If they aren’t a Pom rescue, they can probably give you the contact information of a Pomeranian rescue center if there is one.
Finally, simply take your search to the internet. Most businesses are now setting up websites or will at the very least have their company information added to local directories of different kinds. The internet can give you access to Pomeranian rescue centers around the world which will give you plenty of options to consider.
Pomeranian rescue centers will have Pomeranians ranging in age from a few weeks old to adult Pomeranians who are looking for good homes. You’ll usually find Poms that are slightly older and the great thing about those is that they’re already trained. You won’t have to deal with the “puppy stage”. If a Pomeranian puppy is what you’re after you should be able to find a few of those as well. With pups you can grow with them and train them yourself. Be prepared to spend time training your puppy and having a bit of patience to go along with that.
Whether you have sadly found an abandoned Pomeranian or you’re looking to adopt one for yourself, make it a point to visit a local Pomeranian rescue shelter. These places work wonderfully for animals because they have their best interest at heart. They will only place their animals in homes where they feel it’d be a good fit for both the animal and your family. You’ll be charged a minimal adoption fee that will help the shelter continue to do what they do best – help take care of the animals they have and to help them find good homes.