Riveira Pomeranians 


            Riveira Pomeranians   
Grand Champion & CH line Pomeranians
                  Since 2005


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                                 We have been AKC inspected

Above is Reba produced by me owned/Handled by friend Patty. 

Below is our inspection report.

Shown below is a video of my home and back yard so you can get an idea of where and how our poms are kept.

Hello, we are a small indoor hobby/show breeder. We take great pride in having some of the nicest babies in the US. We will only have very few pups available to the public each year. We breed only 100% healthy, correct & sound dogs. We breed for big coats, Teddy Bear faces, to show standard & health always first in mind. All our poms are from heavy champion and Grand champion lines, we do not inbreed or breed dogs with leg, trachea, retained testicles, or coat issues.  We DO NOT give Full rights. PET homes only! Unless to established show home under show contract. No exceptions. Deposits are any payments  NON refundable. We will ask to face time to see your home. If you are not willing to do this I totally respect that and ask you find another breeder. We do this to protect our babies and like to see where the will be going. 
We have been inspected by AKC. Our babies live indoors, sleep in our bed, do everything we do hiking, camping, watch tv with us & are a part of our family! We do not sale to pet stores, brokers, puppy mills or of like setting! We have 4 poms who live with us & a couple who are co-owned and live with their co owners where they are very spoiled & in forever homes. We very seldom sale our pups with Full rights, we strive to place our pups in forever loving family homes.
Not all the puppies seen on the available page will be mine I do occasionally help a few close friends place their puppies. Our dogs are all on NuVet daily vitamins & eat Fromm Grain free with Organic Turkey & Chicken with organic veggies for dinner. We breed to create show pups for our program but unfortunately not all litter turn out show & as much as we would love to keep everyone we are only allowed to have a certain number here.  
We do NOT release any puppies younger than 9-10 weeks old and sometimes we will hold on to some who are on the smaller side for longer around 12-14 weeks old. 
We have a very long waiting list for pups and are very selective where our babies go. We will ask you fill out our puppy application and please be patient as it may take us time to get back to you, we get around 10 applications or so a day so may take time to get to yours. 

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


*Sample of NuVet Vitamins

*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".