Dogs or cats males are always less than females sliding scale below
Retiring Adults $350-$500
Average sized poms 7-9 lbs $750-$850
Toy Poms 5-6 lbs $950-$1200
Teacup poms 4-5 lbs $1200-$1500
Micro Mini poms 2-4 lbs $2000-$2000.
Breeder/Show extreme face quality $1000-$1800
Pet quality medium faced $800
Retiring adults $100-$400
Black, Brindle or Black Pied $1800-$2000
White, Fawn, Cream, Red or Fawn/Red Pied $2200-$2500
Blue, Blue Brindle, Blue Pied or Blue Fawn $3500-$4000
Chocolate, Chocolate Brindle, Chocolate Pied $6000
Tan Marked/Tri colored like Black & Tan, Chocolate & Tan , Blue & Tan $7000-$8000
I certainly don't want to sound rude
with the following statement, but we
get so many calls with the same
issues so i figured i would post how
i think. the prices of my pups/kittens
are NOT NEGOTIABLE, so please
I think trying to negotiate
price is not only insulting but rude.
you probably wouldn’t appreciate
it if someone asked you to take less
money in your paycheck after you’d
worked very hard at your job. I
believe that if you have to negotiate
the price of a puppy/kitten then you
more than likely can not afford one
in the first place.
Also there is a chance
that you may have to negotiate, at
some point, on the care of the puppy
or kitten and that's just NOT in any
way acceptable. Accidents can also
happen and I'd hate to think one
of our puppies/kittens wouldn't receive
the necessary medical care they so
desperately would need and would
suffer unnecessary pain or even die
just because the new owner's budget
didn't allow for emergency care.
When purchasing a puppy/kitten
it is a life long commitment. If you
want to only spend a minimal amount
for a puppy/kitten, then please find
and BUY a puppy/kitten priced within
your budget. Our prices reflect the
“quality” of our puppies/kittens and I
am NOT going to sell a puppy/kitten
for less, just because your budget
won't allow you to pay full price or
because you're a college student,
or because you had unexpected
bills last month, or because its for
your child's birthday, or its for a
person who is ill or handicapped
or for any other reason.
that "your budget", or “what you're
willing to pay for a puppy/kitten”, has
absolutely no bearing on how much
money and love I have invested in
my breeding stock, puppies/kittens,
in time, effort, food, vaccinations,
worming, vet bills, etc.
I am well aware of
those giving a “sad story” (and
trust me, I’ve heard them ALL)
just to get a free puppy/kitten!
That's why I, and any caring
breeder, will always charge an
adoption fee, even for animals
that can no longer be breeders,
to ensure that this won't happen.
I would suggest going to your
local animal shelter and saving a
...but even there you will have to
pay an adoption fee. Even our
rescues still require care and
treatment so no pet is ever free.
So in short, if you don't want to
spend any money to acquire a
new pet then maybe you should
consider NOT even getting
one.... for the pet's best interest!
Therefore, I reserve the right to
refuse sales/service to anyone
I feel would be an unfit parent to
any of my puppies/kittens or adults.
I hope that you can respect this
and please not ask.