​1. Before you contact us, please read our 7 terms of agreement in full. If you email us and do not mention that you have read our "7 terms of agreement", regretfully, I will not contact you. 

2. Please include a phone number that you wish to be contacted by. After our initial phone call, where I am assured that you are a real person with sincere interest in a specific puppy that you see posted, not some silly scammer, then future communication can be by email, phone, or text. (What ever is easiest.)

3. If you are new to Poms, please do your own research to decide if this is the breed for you. Your research needs to be THOROUGH and from an unbiased party-- not me the seller. Consulting a veterinarian, inquiring of other Pom owners, and surfing the web are good places to begin. It's clear by my Pom passion that personally, I believe Poms to be the most incredible small breed canine. :)

4. If you are a first time dog owner, you need to research "house training" before purchasing a puppy. There are as many different methods to house train your pet as there are to parent children or cook chicken. Before you add a tiny, totally-dependent, furbaby to your life, you need to know what is required to provide for its health, longevity of life, and daily care. Discuss with a veterinarian reasonable expectations per its size and age. My commitment is to raise happy, well-socialized, healthy little puppies and to carefully place them in prepared and educated homes. 

5. Please review the contract I have posted on the "contract link". That is what you will be agreeing to if adopting one of our puppies. Reviewing it now, avoids the situation of a customer hurrying through the signing of a  contract, enraptured with the thrill of holding their new puppy for the first time. Customers needs to be clear on all aspects of the contract prior to placing a deposit on a puppy.

6. Finally, customers must understand that we are extremely conscientious in our breeding program. Though we only breed healthy, vet-attended, well-adjusted parent Pomeranians, we cannot guarantee anything beyond what we vaccinate against. Genetics are far too complicated for us to foresee the future health of any puppy. The same is said about their final physical appearance: coat density, ear size, muzzle length, and body weight. We use our best judgement in deciding the adult size of our puppies. If your satisfaction with a Pom lies largely in the finished scale weight at maturity, we are not the breeder for you. We want only homes that are looking for pet quality canine companionship that are committed to loving their puppy for life. 

​7. When we do expect a puppy to be considered a fragile TEACUP sized adult, we will only place it in a home that we think will be best for its health and safety. This is not to offend customers but to protect the puppy. Out of the many homes that seek a TINY Pom, there are really very few that we think are good matches. I do not pry into a customer's lifestyle to be nosey but to make sure we are choosing a good placement for a teacup Pom. 

If you have read our "7 terms of agreement" feel free to contact us, referencing that you understand them. Also be sure to mention the specific puppy you are inquiring about. If you do not see one on the puppy page link that you are interested in, please wait until you do. We do not keep a waiting list and we no longer take deposits on unborn puppies. You are able to "meet" us on our About Us page link. I am a busy mom, but rest assured a real person, not interested in scams or scamming. I sometimes take a bit to reply, but I will do my best to get back to you in 24 hours.  


Sheila Wray
petticoatpoms@gmail.com
 Wimberley, Texas

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