All of our puppies are descendants of a long bloodline of champions and are the best-of-the-best for structure and in appearance. That is one of the reasons our puppies are in such high demand.
We only compete in AKC sanctioned dog shows in Dog Conformation as opposed to Dog Agility, which is a sport in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course. Pomeranians can compete in ‘Agility’, but they mostly compete in Conformation, which refers solely to the externally visible details of a dog's structure and appearance as defined by the AKC written Breed Standard.
On the above pedigrees you will see 'CH' that preceeds the dogs name and are highlighted in red. Those are Champions.
Dogs must acquire 15 points, including 2 majors, won under different judges, and at least one point under a third different judge. Dogs can earn from one to five points at a show. A win of three, four or five points is called a major and are determined by a complex formula based on the number of other dogs you're competing against.
Grand Champion: GCH
Completion of the title requires all of the following:
• Twenty five Grand Championship points
• Three majors won under three different judges
• At least one or more points won under a fourth judge
• Must have defeated at least one other AKC Champion of Record at three shows
(ROM) is another designation you'll see at the end of the dogs name. This distinction goes to Dogs that have sired 10 or more Champions and to Dames that have produced 5 or more Champion offspring.
BIS Best In Show
AM CH American Champion
AKC Breed Standards