|Hello my name is Lisa Wilson, and introducing my sons,
Justin and Tyler Wilson and my husband Kevin Wilson, who
are also very involved with our dogs. I am so lucky to have
my husband who not only supports me in my endeavor with
the Poms, but loves the dogs and all animals as much as I do!
Dogs in our home are a family affair. We all love them all
very much and they are part of our family. Contrary to what
you see on the news from poorly bred and or unsocialized, ill
mannered dogs, they can be great loving family dogs and
great companions. We are striving to be Ambassadors and
educators for this wonderful breed of dog!
With this breed, good solid foundation lines,
proper love and socialization from birth, correct guidance
and education are key to a well rounded family companion!
We do not breed Pit Bulls because there are enough on this
planet already but this does not mean that we don't believe
there are not great breeders of this wonderful breed out there
that we support 110% in their endeavors!
I would like to stress that there are so many Pits out there
needing homes that I do encourage rescue and adoption.
Always be sure you are dealing with reputable
knowledgeable people just as in any breed.
NOW, Back to the Poms, the fuzzy loves of my life!
Me, I am the proud owner of a very small hobby kennel
called Heart To Heart Poms, we are located in beautiful,
sunny, Southern California. We have no fleas, no ticks and
no mosquito's here where I am so you never have to worry
about getting a puppy with creepy crawly bugs, heart worms
or tapeworms from us!
I am a groomer by trade so I have seen and handled all kinds
and different types of breeds of dogs and cats, and a few
wild critters too!!
I have always loved animals!
Pomeranian's were always one of my favorite breeds to
groom, they were always pleasant, sweet natured & always
had a kiss to offer. Being a groomer by trade, I met many
Poms in the tub before I had the pleasure of woning one. I
mean how can you not love a sweet little dog, who gives you
kisses when they were full of suds.
I got my first Pomeranian from my Aunt Linda, who always
had Poms since I can remember. She was no show Pom but
she showed me just what a Pom could do! I had owned Pit
Bulls and Shar Pie's at the time and thought it would be
kind of novel to have a little tiny fluffy fufu dog. Most
Pomeranian's are little and prissy, but this was not the case
with Priscilla, she was a smart fluffy bundle of energy who
thought she was a Rottwieler. At all of 6.3 lbs, Priscilla ran
the house and the big dogs! She took no guff from anyone!
I fell in love with Prickle's beauty, charm, and antics, so
here we are many years later totally in LOVE with this
charming intelligent and adorable breed.
I am a color breeder and my first love is color, but I never
lose sight of striving for excellence in structure, health and
soundness and quality in my exotic colored AKC Pomeranian
breeding program. I learned that beautiful does not equal
soundness, so we brought a few lovely orange dogs into our
program and we have had beautifully colored and structured
dogs ever since!
CUTE DOES NOT EQUAL HEALTHY!
I breed for quality not quantity.
My breeding are planned when I search to BUY my dogs, as
to pedigree compatibility, health and soundness of their
lines. 19 year experience has taught me to do my homework
to insure that my dogs do NOT have congenital issues in
their lines so you can rest assured you will get a healthy
baby to love. There are many beautiful lines out there I will
not purchase because of congenital unsoundnesses, even tho
they are very popular with other breeders. This is my choice
as a responsible ethical breeder not to conform to what is
winning in the show ring. Black skin Disease, Thyroid
issues, Patella issues are rampant in this breed but I choose
not to breed them for the "look, or title" of a dog.
We do not have many "show dogs" here at Heart To Heart
Pomeranian's' , not by a judges say anyway, but all my dogs
are Champions in my eyes because they are well tempered,
healthy and just a joy to play with every day!
My dogs are my babies, my hobby, my sanctuary and my eye
candy so they must be the best they can be!
At this time we have chosen not to hit the ring because I
busy tending to my number one priority, MY FAMILY. My
dogs are included in my family and if I am out showing I
cant properly tend to them either.
I do aspire to show my dogs someday when my family is
grown and on their own.
We have quite a few dogs here that would do very well
showing but we choose to be at home with our family (fur
kids included) until we decide we WANT to show.
I don't believe in hiring a handler. Sending my dog out with
a stranger I don't know, is just simply out of the question.
If my dogs are to be shown I will show them!
We do not misrepresent our dogs,
a warning to all buyers about misrepresentation,
Just because a breeder may tell you that a dog/puppy is
show quality it remains to be seen as the puppy grows in
adulthood if it will turn out as a show dog. If the dog has
points acquired it is probably show quality other than that,
it is probably a "show prospect" that may very well just turn
into a pretty pet! If you spend thousands on a "show dog"
get it in writing that the dog will be perfect and place in a
show ring. Otherwise don't waste your money!
Points and health speak volumes, all the rest is probably a
bunch of hype to get in your wallet!
I have never come across anyone that wants a show dog as a
pet. People want "the look" of a show dog, which is a well
bred dog with the attributes of the breed standard, but most
people are looking for a good looking representation of the
breed that they can love and pamper as daily companions.
The general public is more interested in a beautiful puppy
comes with outstanding health and guarantee that the dog
will be healthy and sound... for a life of love and joy!!
Health, temperament and soundness should be first and
foremost in any breeding program.
Are we a licenced kennel?
Since we are so small we are not required have to have a
licence by our city. We do have to pay licencing fees and all
of the dogs who live with us and we always have their
licences current. A licenced kennel does not mean quality
puppies, many puppy mills operate very legally under the
USDA and federal laws and county licences. This does not
mean they have good quality dogs or put much thought into
their breeding programs. A licenced kennel is also NOT
required to do health testing, we do that because we care
about the breed and we don't do this to make money to pay
our bill or feed our family. We do this because we LOVE the
dogs and want to promote the healthiest, best
representations of this breed that we can!
We are not required to licence for a kennel, and we would
NEVER own a mill. We think keeping it small and simple is
best for al of our lovely dogs and for our family.
I care very much about my dogs/puppies and where they go. I
do not sell my babies to just anyone, so be prepared to tell
me who you are and what your intentions are when inquiring
to purchase one of my babies especially if you are interested
in one of my little darlings as a breeding prospect. I also
care about you my clients and I want you to get a beautiful,
healthy, well bred puppy and exactly what you are looking
for, no matter if this is your first puppy venture, or you are
patching a gaping hole left in your heart from those special
little paw prints left by a beloved pet.
It is my job as a good ethical breeder to pair you with a dog
or puppy that fits your task and lifestyle.
I won't sell you a dog just because I have one for sale,
it may not be the right puppy or dog for you.
Be specific in telling me what you are looking for when you
write to me, and I will do my best to make a good match for
your task and lifestyle.......
BUT REMEMBER THIS........
I have found this out myself, you get what you pay for when
you buy a dog. Cheap puppies come at a price even if not
right up front. Dogs are not something to buy on a whim or
have as a status symbol, and not only to be loved only while
they are little & cute. With a dog comes a lifetime of
commitment, morally, financially and emotionally & they
should be no less than part of your family, & treated with
love & affection, there is nothing a dog will not do for you!
If your attitude is "It's only a dog!" You may want to seek
other avenues to find your pet because we want only the
best people for our fur kids! We are not "snobs" but caring
breeders seeking to better the quality of life
between people and their animals!
Thank you, Lisa Wilson
Dedicated to the bettering of the Pomeranian breed ,
and better lives for dogs and their people everywhere!
Nothing Is Possible!
|ALL MY LIFE I WANTED TO BE SURROUNDED BY GOOD LOOKING MEN,
NOW THERE ARE SOME DAYS I AM NOT TOO SURE ABOUT THAT !