Short history of Char's Pomeranians
Pomeranians started out as a dream, the dream of a young girl
determined to make a positive influence in the breed she loved.
No one could foresee how that dream would become a reality, touching
so many hearts and breeding programs in such a relatively few years.
Today, Char's Pomeranians, is a household name for most Pomeranian
Char purchased her first Pomeranian in 1994 but did not decide to breed and show
Poms until 1998. She has dedicated over a decade to the Pomeranian breed
and that dedication is becoming quite apparent to those who follow the Char's
Poms in and out of the show ring. Char has enjoyed breeding several
champions, group winners, and more than a few Best In Show winning Pomeranians.
A large number of the Char's Pomeranians proudly carry the Championship title
and are quickly accumulating the Grand Championship titles as well.
The American Pomeranian Club has consistently awarded Char with top breeder and
top exhibitor awards since 2005, a prestigious recognition.
In the Char's Pomeranian breeding program, Char strives to breed happy, healthy
Pomeranians in accordance with the standards of the American Pomeranian Club and
the American Kennel Club. Making a difference is of utmost importance to Char
and she enjoys a challenge so it isn't surprising that she took on the challenge
of the parti-color. When Char finished her first parti-color
champion, there were only 14 champion parti-colors. Now there
are well over 100. Char is the current breeder and owner of
► Top winning parti-color in the world
Youngest, fastest finishing parti-color
First Grand Champion parti-color
First parti-color to win dual championship titles
It is Char's goal to see parti-color Poms compete on an equal basis in the show
rings all around the world. A goal that will, in all likelihood, be attained in
the not too distant future.
Char's Poms consists of two completely separate breeding programs. One consists
of Pomeranians that have no parti-color in their pedigree. These are orange,
cream, sable, black, and black & tan. The other is for parti-colors and includes
all of the above colors, as well as chocolate. Char enjoys
the challenge of breeding quality Pomeranians in a variety of colors.
Char's Poms can currently be seen excelling in the
show rings of Canada, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Brazil, Argentina, England,
Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Portugal, Spain, France, Switzerland, The
Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, Poland, Denmark,
Lithuania, Belarus, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Latvia, Bulgaria, Russia,
Turkey, Israel, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, South Korea,
Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China,
Taiwan, Australia, Iceland.
Other members of our family are,
Dottie, the Bearded Collie and our two neutered cats - Sammy and
Alvin. They all like to help socialize the puppies, preparing them
to join a variety of families.
Our boys are
growing up. They are now 19 and 11.
All our puppies
are raised to believe they are the next STAR whether he or she is
the STAR of your heart or the STAR of the ring, a STAR all the same.
Thankfully, they still enjoy
going to the dog shows.
Most of all, they love lounging in the
room with the
dogs and swimming in the pool. Our youngest son
has his special boy, Gizmo, and they have pulled
off a few Best
of Breed wins together.
S P E C I A L
care the Poms receive here brings out the very best in each and
every one of our Pomeranians. Our Poms are held several times each day from the
time they are born, raised in our home amongst our family, both two- and
four-footed, right in the middle of family life. For Char’s puppies this consistently aids in easing the transition to their new
that our Pomeranians should get the best of everything, nothing less would
suffice here at Char’s -
time with soft cuddle beds
with a large variety of toys to challenge the mind
selected foods, vitamins, and treats
routine grooming schedule including tooth brushing
All the love any Pom could want
oving home environment
My ideal Pomeranian is sound in both mind and body, with a
great personality, beautiful carriage with neck carried high,
appealing type, and correct movement. I strive to consistently
produce Pomeranians of this quality, Poms that will excel in the
show ring as well as the home, happily warming any lap.