NINA RICCI ELENHOUSE * female, age 2,5 months
NORRIS ELENHOUSE * male, age 2,5 months
sold, Ukraine, Kyiv
NUARE ELENHOUSE * male, age 1,5 month
sold Chehiya, Most
NISSAN ELENHOUSE * male, age 1,5 month
sold, Ukraine, Kyiv
М-litter, data birt March 17, 2021
3 females and 2 males mother: DZHOKONDA ELENHOUSE, father: ALLMAX POM TSUNAMI
Will be ready for sale after June 20th. At the moment, preliminary reservation is being made. You can see the puppy in the kennel and leave a deposit after 2 months (after May 20). For nonresident I am sending a video.
You can take a puppy after 3 months (after June 20). Two vaccinations, deworming (2 times), electronic chip, veterinary passport, registration certificate KSU-FCI. If the puppy is being sold abroad, you can order an export pedigree in advance. ALL INFORMATION ABOUT М-LITTER >>
JAGODKA KIWI ELENHOUSE date of birth 17.02.2019
father: Vincent Elenhouse, mother: Acura Molesse
age 2 years
My little, funny, mischievous, but adorable girl Kiwi :))
The greatest happiness for a breeder is news from their children!
Today the children from DZHOKONDA ELENHOUSE x NIRIDMI STARS ZHOSLEN are 1 year old!
I am immensely grateful to the owners for their love and care! I am glad that I was not mistaken in choosing a family for my children.
Happy birthday kids!
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VINCENT ELENHOUSE, age 6,5 years! CHAMPION of UKRAINE!
How much does a Pomeranian Spitz cost?
The price for a Pomeranian spitz ranges from 500 euros (pet class) and up to 3-4 thousand euros (breed and show class).
- Show class is the highest quality of the animal and the highest breeding level. Dogs of this level are many years of work in the selection of breeders who know the breed.
Show-class puppies are animals with outstanding pedigree data and claim the first prizes at dogshows.
Show-class puppies from breed-class are difficult to distinguish even for an experienced specialist, especially at an early age.
Usually the bet is made on the outstanding breed data of the parents. The best female is crossed with the best male. This method in breeding is called artificial prepotency (when the best is crossed with the best). This is not a guarantee that all show-class puppies will be produced in the litter. In such a litter, there may well be a breed-class and even a pet-class.
Another option is when a prepotent male of show class is used in breeding. This male significantly improves the quality of the puppies. After all, the task of the male is to improve the quality of the female. Therefore, from such a male and from a female, for example, a breed-class, puppies of both show-class and breed-class may well appear.
However, the most outstanding results can be observed from the mating of two inbred animals. If the calculation is done correctly, then from such combinations children can be born much better than parents. This improves the quality of the breed.
So, it becomes clear that when purchasing a show-class puppy, no one can guarantee that his breed data will not remain at the breed-class level.
Conclusion - for breeding work, you need to purchase a puppy older than 5-6 months. And the older the better.
And, although the price of such puppies increases, do not forget that you are purchasing a show-class dog for purposeful breeding work.
Therefore, take your time, it is better to pay a little more, but be sure of the quality of the purchased animal.
- Breed class – these dogs have standard breed data and at shows have "excellent" marks without claims to show career.
Breed class is also a very high level of animal, which is intended for further breeding work.
The animal has minor deviations from international standards, but is capable of producing excellent show quality offspring.
These are animals that are used in breeding, but do not have high exterior indicator, which does not allow them to receive high marks and titles at dogshows.
Breed-class puppies can appear in litters both in parents with outstanding breed data, and in breed-class dogs.
Breed-class puppies can be purchased at an earlier age (from 3 months).
Because it's not hard to tell breed-class from pet-class.
Animals of the breed-class do not have disqualifying defects, but only small deviations from the standard.
All these shortcomings can be corrected by a competent selection of breeding producers.
The difference between show class and breed class is not significant.
Breed class animals can also take part in dogshows, but their show potential may be limited only by initial assessments.
As a rule, they are rated “excellent” without a title.
- Pet class – these dogs are either not standard, or with the presence of defects or pronounced defects of the breed.
Pet-class puppies are handed over by the breeder without pedigree documents.