KC registered pomeranian puppies
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Controversy breakdown: why should you trust luxury dog breeders?
Since you probably landed on this website while looking for KC registered Pomeranian puppies for sale, we thought it would be interesting to touch base with a very controversial topic – should people trust dog breeders? As Pomeranians are one of the most loved luxury dog family, seeing this baby-sized breed being sold in many different contexts can raise some questions. Here’s our take on it:
Purebreds as a symbol
Whenever discussing dog breeders as being evil, the argument brought forth is the animal overpopulation crisis and encouraging adoption over buying. While adoption remains the compassionate option, there is interest and passion in maintaining breeds pure and keeping their traits unique as time passes by. Think of the Spitz family as an example. Pomeranians are pure descendants of imposing breeds like the Samoyed or Alaskan Malamute, inheriting their personality traits and naturally changing in size to fit the immediate reality of humans.
This is also the rationale of The American Kennel Club (AKC), rooting for maintaining breeds pure in the best possible conditions. Luxury dog breeders follow the AKC directions religiously, and their main goal remains maintaining a breed alive and unadulterated. The breed-loyal niche is always there, not contributing to the current crisis and being aware of the ethical implications of their choices.
Regulation is in place
Luxury dog breeders that respect all conditions for perpetuating a pure breed shouldn’t be at blame. The true evil in the animal industry comes from designer breeders, backyard breeders, or puppy mills, all showing questionable ethics. Cross-bred dogs often have health problems that can’t be fixed, puppies that are backyard-sold often suffer from incurable diseases, while puppy mills are point black cruel and inhumane due to poor sanitation and overbreeding.
The bottom line would be not to put every breeder under the same umbrella, as these aspects would never apply in the case of passionate, respectful dog breeders.
If you want to buy a KC registered Pomeranian puppy, you can do so easily at a reasonably cheap price. Our dogs are located near you, right in London, so don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.