About Us


Yahweh’s Poms

Yahweh is the Old Testament name for God the Creator.  As with all God’s creations, dogs serve a unique and special purpose as man’s best friend.  The Pomeranian was bred specifically for the purpose of being a pet.  We have found that Pomeranians are an exceptional breed and are beautiful, smart, playful, and very intuitive.

My husband and I have always loved animals and our daughters have followed in our footsteps.  We have been blessed to live on 20 acres in north east Kansas.   Our present menagerie includes lizards, birds, cats, dogs, horses, ducks, rabbits, and turtles.  Although it can be hectic at times, all of our animals are pets and live in our home (except the horses and ducks of course).

We typically have rescued dogs but when we bought our daughter an orange sable Pomeranian with the intention of having one litter back in 2004 we were hooked.  It was Pepper who convinced us that this was a unique breed and one that we wanted to become more familiar with.  Our desire is to breed Pomeranians that fit the breed standard but serve people in the best of all fashions, as companions.  Yahweh’s Poms plans to continually improve the quality of dogs that it breeds and raises.  We have a special interest in raising parti-poms and exotic colors.

Our Poms live in our home with us.  They have their puppies in beds in our bedroom or the ‘nursery’ which is just off of our living room.  Our puppies are raised with individual attention from our entire family.

We sell our puppies to pet homes or small hobby breeders only, no brokers or breeders please.  We want to know a little bit about the families that will provide for our puppies so if you are interested in one of our babies please contact us by e-mail (yahwehspoms@embarqmail.com) or by phone 785-393-2237.

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Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God.”

2 Corinthians 1:3-4