602 276-9178  
preciouspomsnpersians@yahoo.com 

Precious Teacup
Pomeranians & Persians

Quality that counts, Located in Phoenix, Arizona (602)276-9178

We do take paypal for 

We do take paypal  

Please go to www.paypal.com to make a payment

please call to get our account information

payments

  We do ship our babies so you

can make arrangements to fly or

drive down to pick up or have a nanny  courier deliver.

 

All pets will get examined by our vet


 

 
 

 

  All payments are due prior

to pick up of new pom or persian in

person.  

             Cash only upon pick up,  

sorry no checks.   Debit or credit

card accepted for deposits. all dogs/cats

require a deposit to hold a pet,

deposits are non refundable & non

transferable if you decide not to

take the pet originally chosen.

 

 

 

 

  We do accept

debit or credit cards through paypal 

  It will take 3-4 buissness days for

funds to clear.  or you can change it

from purchase to personal so you

don't have to add the 3%

transaction fee.    

 

Contact information

Please feel free to  e-mail preciouspomsnpersians@yahoo.com

602 276-9178

 


 

I am a breeder.....

 My food receipts for a family of 5 and my dog food bills match

 My water bill has doubled..

 My electric has tripled...

 It is I, a breeder, who when my fridge quit, saved the dog meds and

 let the food go bad.

 My feet find the way to the poms before I have even grabbed a cup

 of coffee in the morning and the poms are my last stop before bed.

 While my friends are on a cruise to the Bahamas and my family meets

 for Christmas I am home delivering puppies.

 I haven't had a real vacation in 5 years, but maybe soon. All plans

 are made around heat dates, whelp dates and vet dates.

 I shower and 10 minutes later my family say I smell like a dog.

 My clothes are all stained with fecal matter, urine, afterbirth or bleach
 
I have to remember to clean my shoes before church..

 Most of my friends breed dogs

 who else can you call at 3 am for support?

 Who else has the experience I sometimes need, the med I sometimes

 need, or just an uplifting word I sometimes need ? Who else would

 understand how it feels to have invested hours and hours and hours in

 a weak puppy to lose it?

 Or the joy in investing hours in one that lives?

 I have slept on the floor beside a litter until the crucial 2 weeks

 have passed. I have bottle fed a litter of 5.....feeding every 2 hours

 and it taking 60 minutes to do for weeks at a time.

 I have learned to be proficient at micro chipping, vaccinations, sub q fluids,

bottle feeding and tube feeding.


 my vet knows me by first name

 the vet knows my family

the vet now knows my children

 my vet knows it was I who added on the wing to the vet clinic

 I am a breeder

 It is to me that 63 days takes on new meaning still excited by every

 new life.  it is I who delivers all my pups, towels and heat lamps on ready,

 happiness and sadness sometimes intermingled

 Even though it increases my work load, I look forward to the 10 day

 stage when eyes open, and puppies begin to emerge from the

 helplessness of newborns. Puppy breath, a first bark, and a heart of

 exploration.

 I am a conscientious lover of animals and I have found my niche.

 I am a breeder.

 And although I feel no shame there is a part of me that feels the

 need to hide from powers that could come to invade my home and take

my dogs ...maybe for finding a mild infraction, a leaf in the water

 dish? A kennel not yet cleaned for the day?

 A rash I am home treating? I tell my children and family to

 hush, do not tell others we are dog breeders, and I wonder when did

 breeding puppies go into the same secret place as criminal activity?

 I am a breeder and I am not cruel, dumb, uncaring or criminal. I am

 not raking in money while sitting on my butt. Every penny I make I

 earn through blood, sweat and tears.

 My greatest joy is a healthy puppy and a wonderful home.

 The cards of thanks and the pictures of

 my puppy with its new family is the fringe benefits of my efforts.

 I am an animal lover, nurse, midwife, heavy laborer, customer service

 representative, and marketer. AND I AM A BREEDER.

 


 Befor I was a Dog Mom

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I made and ate hot meals unmolested.
I had unstained, unfurred clothes.
I had quiet conversations on the phone,
even if the doorbell rang.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I slept as late as I wanted
And never worried about how late I got to bed
or if I could get into my bed.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I cleaned my house every day.
I never tripped over toys, stuffies, chewies
Or invited the neighbor's dog over to play.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I didn't worry if my plants, cleansers, plastic bags,
toilet paper, soap or deodorant
were poisonous or dangerous.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I had never been peed on
Pooped on
Drooled on
Chewed on
Or pinched by puppy teeth.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I had complete control of
My thoughts,
My body and mind.
I slept all night without sharing
the covers or pillow.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I never looked into big, soulful eyes and cried.
I never felt my heart break into a million pieces
when I couldn't stop a hurt.
I never knew something so furry and four-legged
could affect my heart so deeply.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I had never held a sleeping puppy
just because I couldn't put it down.
I had never gotten up in the middle of the night
every 10 minutes to make sure all was well.
I didn't know how warm it feels inside
to feed a hungry puppy.
I didn't know that something so small
could make me feel so important.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I had never known the warmth,
the joy,
the love,
the heartache,
the wonderment
or the satisfaction of being
A Dog Mom

Author Unknown

 

 

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