How Much Money Does a Pomeranian Cost?

How much money does a pomeranian cost? What is worth more a yorkshire terrier or a pomeranian. What is a better show dog? Who started the yorkshire terrier? Is 600.00 a good price for a puppy yorkshire terrier.

If you are looking for a PUPPY with show POTENTIAL, expect to pay upwards of $2000 – $3000 dollars (no matter what the breed from Great Danes to Chihuahuas). If you are looking for a dog who is ring ready or has one or two shows under his belt expect to pay quite a bit more ($5000 – $10,000). Also few breeders sell show potential puppies to novices because so many people never show the puppy. The breeder wants the puppies with show potential to be shown (and win of course). Showing their studs prodigy confirms that they are continuing to meet the breed standard and creates demand for their stud dog services and puppies, not mention a little prestige and name recognition for their kennel. $600 is a customary price for a pet puppy (one who just isn't quite up to breed standard, but is still a very nice and beautiful pet). I personally like poms better than yorkies, but that has more to do with personality than anything else. Poms are big dogs in small packages and overall don't seem to have the typical toy dog yappy personality.

Good luck finding your new puppy whichever breed you choose to pursue.

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  • Sporty M

    The yorkshire terrier.
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  • Kristen B

    Prices for dogs depend on the area where it is bred and other such things. If you want to know the price for your area, your best bet would be to look in the newspaper or something for a breeder or visit a local pet store that has pomeranians in stock.
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  • inginear001

    If you are looking for a PUPPY with show POTENTIAL, expect to pay upwards of $2000 – $3000 dollars (no matter what the breed from Great Danes to Chihuahuas). If you are looking for a dog who is ring ready or has one or two shows under his belt expect to pay quite a bit more ($5000 – $10,000). Also few breeders sell show potential puppies to novices because so many people never show the puppy. The breeder wants the puppies with show potential to be shown (and win of course). Showing their studs prodigy confirms that they are continuing to meet the breed standard and creates demand for their stud dog services and puppies, not mention a little prestige and name recognition for their kennel. $600 is a customary price for a pet puppy (one who just isn't quite up to breed standard, but is still a very nice and beautiful pet). I personally like poms better than yorkies, but that has more to do with personality than anything else. Poms are big dogs in small packages and overall don't seem to have the typical toy dog yappy personality.

    Good luck finding your new puppy whichever breed you choose to pursue.
    References :