a little bit
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Dallas Pomskies started with a dream of sharing our beloved pets, Dallas and Kali, with the world. And that’s exactly what we did! They have outgoing, loving, and loyal personalities and we wanted to share that with others.
Our dogs and puppies are hand raised in a small suburb outside of Dallas. They are family to us and therefore are free to roam about the house, play outside in the backyard, and lounge on the couch (or under it) if they wish. We give each of them lots of 1 on 1 time with plenty of cuddling and belly rubs. We also feed them premium food and help the mom ween them off breastmilk by introducing mush at around 4 weeks of age. We then proceed to transition to hard foods until they are fully on hard food and ready for the world!
The puppies spend time in their playpen as well as get exposure to the family rooms and backyard! We want the best for them and their future families so we aim to provide a nurturing environment and get them accustomed to all the sounds they’ll likely encounter.
Great experiences are what we hope to give not only the puppies but their forever parents too! That’s why we stay in touch and actively help answer questions with the new parents. We have several social media groups where we provide tips and tricks to ensure the success of raising one of our puppies.
How we operate
1. One Litter at a Time
We only have one litter at a time to ensure each puppy gets significant 1 on 1 time and attention.
2. Puppy Parents On-Site
Both the mom and dad are on site and help raise the puppies. This ensures a very well-rounded puppy who is ready for anything!
3. Puppies Are Raised Inside
Our pups have a lot of time to play outside but always sleep inside. We allow them to stroll our house during the day while having their own indoor room for night-time.
4. Early Canine Neurostimulation
From week 1 we start introducing a variety of sounds and experiences to stimulate the puppy’s brain. This includes vacuums, air purifiers, people talking, airplanes, ocean waves, dogs barking, and other animal noises.
5. We Pick the Families
It is a two-way street when we review your application. You are interviewing us as much as we are interviewing you. We take great pride in placing our puppies successfully with their forever families. We don’t let everyone who fills out an application be accepted into our program.
6. Parents Over 2 Years Old
Both the Dam and Sire are of age to properly reproduce. We take every precaution to ensure the health of our parents.
7. Puppies Unavailable Until 8 Weeks
We know this may be hard for some people as they are so excited to get their new family member, but we will not let a puppy go until at least 8 weeks of age. Generally, we hold our pups until 8-10 weeks of age based on our judgment.
8. Health Testing and Screening
Each puppy will have been to our trusted vet at least 2 times before they go to their forever home. We guarantee the health of each pup and will provide documentation upon adoption of the bill of health. Both our Dam and Sire are DNA tested for health issues before breeding.