Browdeen Kennels is proud to say that we have been
breeding Pomeranians since 1989. We are not showing at the moment but
are planning to re- enter the show ring soon.
Our kennel is situated on a 8ha smallholding
situated in Vereeniging, Vaal Triangle, South Africa, and is owned by
myself Corrie Brown, daughter Erica and our son in law Schalk van der
Linde. After living on the East Rand for many years we exchanged the
city life for countryside living, the right environment for our pets.
We are registered with K.U.S.A and our dogs comply to the K.U.S.A
breeding and show standard.
(Please note that the new trend of "miniature pomeranians" is well below
the breed standard, although our females do produce small puppies we
will never compromise on the composure and conformation of our dogs to
try and breed miniatures. We have too often seen miniature puppies bred
by other breeders that have bad patella, heart problems etc. We even
read that they claim or tell the buyers that these miniatures will have
a lifespan of 2-5 years where healthy poms grow much older than that, so
it speaks for itself.
Therefore we breed according to show quality standards. Our puppies
weigh in the region of 2-3 kg when they are fully gown. "Tea cup" or
"Miniature poms" in not a new breed it is a sales foofie that a lot of
people are falling for nowadays. Please beware of scams.
We imported the first two parti coloured poms from the USA and am proud
to say that the Parti coloured poms is now well known in South Africa
and the new venture has been a great success. Many new breeders has
fallen in love with these colors and have extended their kennels by
getting off-spring from us.
Our Pomeranians are reared with lots of love and affection. By the time
they are ready to go to good homes, they are well socialized and ready
to adapt to their new owners.
Pups are ready to be placed at 7-8 weeks.
Those who are not familiar with the Pomeranian breed should please note
that the poms go through "The UGLY stage" at 3 months and then loose
hair until they grow into their adult coat. During that stage they might
even look like a cross bred dog, it is normal. Buy yourself a good book
on Pomeranians and read about it.