• Premier Poms

    Ultimately, our goal is to produce show quality Pomeranian puppies and to better the breed. We study the pedigrees and line breed for high quality and soundness. We also try to breed for a soft temperament, but we want them bold enough to make it in the show ring. Read More
  • Socializing Puppies.

    We socialize our puppies so they become used to being around strangers and enjoy being held and fussed over. Read More
  • Training to Become "Champion".

    To accomplish our goals, we follow a rigid schedule starting from the time the puppy is conceived. When they are very young, they learn about grooming and they're trained with a lead. The puppies are also disciplined and socialized at "Puppy Boot Camp". Read More
  • A Trained Puppy
    is a Happy Puppy.

    We begin training puppies and showing them in puppy class as soon as they are able. Those that excel when they are puppies go on as adults to be shown in the "Toy" class. Read More
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  • Dexter was our first champion. He was also the first dog ever shown
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  • Jewell-Lee was our 2nd Champion and she showed at Westminster after she became
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  • Natalie is our latest champion. She also showed at Westminster in 2008.
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About Premier Poms

Lorene and Champion Dexter

Lorene Staats and CH Dexter

I fell in love with Poms when I was a child. It was a dream of mine to adopt one someday, but I was 41 years old before my dream came true. I was lucky to receive sweet Shelby Lickie Lickie for a birthday present, and she became very special to me. I loved her so much that I searched everywhere to find a suitable mate for her. Four years later we found Dexter.

We didn't even know Dexter was show quality until a friend recognized it and suggested that we show him. I took a few classes to learn what needed to be done in the show ring, and Dexter did the rest. He pulled me around the ring and showed me how to do it. Then miraculously, he achieved his championship title after competing in just seven shows.