Riveira Pomeranians   
Grand Champion & CH line Pomeranians
                  Since 2005


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                                 We have been AKC inspected

Above is CH Reba produced here at Riveira Pomeranians

Above is our inspection report.

Welcome to Riveira Pomeranians. We are located in Northern Ca. We have raised Show Pomeranians for almost 14 years. We do NOT sale our puppies with breeding rights, our goal is to place our babies in forever loving family pet homes where they will be loved on daily and be a part of the family. We will very seldom place a show promising puppy with full rights in an approved show home under show contract. 
We are blessed to have some of the nicest pom babies in the US. our focus is to produce Healthy well bred pomeranians with health and temperament first in mind. We invest a lot of time into our program with our goal to better the breed and make beautiful Heavy coated, Teddy-Bear face, cobby show quality babies! You will be required to sign a contract agreeing that at any time in your puppy's life even if at 12 years of age you can no longer keep him/her you must return to me. I brought them into this world it is my responsibility to make sure that every puppy I produce stays in the best of hands. 
All DEPOSITS and money paid are NON Refundable. 
We only have a few puppies available to the public each year. We feed Fromm & our dogs also get home made organic meats and veggies for dinner in addition to their Fromm. We do not let our puppies go home until a minimum of 9-10 weeks old and sometimes will stay longer if we feel they are smaller or need more time with mom. 
We have been inspected and we also file taxes on income and expenses every year on any puppies we sale. We have 6 poms who live here with us and co own a few who stay with a close friend where they are in their forever loving home. 
Our adults sleep in my Daughters room in her bed or in their doggy bed wherever they choose. During the day if it is not too hot or not rainy they have a doggy door in out dining room that goes into our back yard and have free access to go in and out as they please. should it rain or be too hot we have a custom built kennel built by my Husband that is 45 feet long by 10 feet wide. 10 x 14 feet of it is indoor fully insulated with heat and A/C
The 30 x 10 outside has covered roof as well as kiddie pool in the summer & A/C and fan so they never get hot indoor our out. They only go in this area when weather does not permit them to go in the back yard. We disinfect bedding, toys, and dishes daily using kennel sol and wysiwash in the gravel and on cement areas. Every puppy will go home with fecal sample to confirm your baby is 100% parasite free, 1 year health guarantee against genetic defect, vet exam by our established vet, dewormed, de-flea, puppy package shown below, bag of fromm & contract. 
Our pom area are shown in video above. Our entire property and home are under 24/7 video surveillance that goes to our phone. 

Puppy kits are for LOCAL buyers only. We can ship one at buyers expense. 


*Potty pads

*Big Bed



*Age appropriate vaccines

*Vet examined

*Exam & Shot record

*1 Year Genetic Health Guarantee

*Bag of  Puppy Food

*Food & Water Dishes

*Collar & Leash/Harness

*Assorted Toys

*Folder containing all your puppy's records & info

* AND a LIFE time of Support from me.

There is NO such thing as a "Micro" "T-Cup" or "Pocket pomeranian" these are words back yard breeders use to justify Big prices and to dupe uninformed buyers into spending Big Money, they are names to describe a genetic anomaly that has resulted in a much smaller than breed standard. Reputable breeders do not refer to their puppies as T-cup,Micro,or Pocket size. Puppies are NOT a fashion accessory! The smaller than "Normal" size babies are usually just the "Runt" and a lot of the time are more fine bone, have open skulls (Soft spot or Font) are more likely to have Hypoglycemia issues (Low Sugar) that can lead to death, Liver shunt, Hydrocephalus (water on the brain), Heart problems, undescended testicles,collapsing trachea,luxating patellas,Seizures,digestive problems and the list goes on...They are also more likely to injure themselves in simple activities like playing,running, or jumping from a couch,more often than not these so called Micros or  T-Cups don't make it to see their first Birthday.  REMEMBER just because a puppy passes its 8 or 10 weeks vet exam does Not guarantee that the puppy is in  fact healthy. Most vets only do a standard check, temp,look in eyes & mouth and listen to heart then sign off the puppy as "Healthy".