Pomeranian Rescue

Our Pomeranian Rescue rescue has been set up to help find forever homes for rescue Pomeranians.

We are dedicated to all Pomeranians in need of loving homes. If you know of a pom that is in need of help please contact us. If you have a situation where you can no longer care for your pom please contact us. We will do everything we can to find these babies new and permanent homes. We provide medical care and foster homes for these Poms and then adopt them into carefully selected new families.

Most dogs that come to Rescue are larger or older and or abused in much need of a loving understanding home. Many dogs in Rescue come from puppy farms or commercial breeders. If you are looking for that little ball of fur or a small little baby to cuddle you will need to purchase one from a reputable breeder .You will NOT find it in Rescue.

If you are thinking of adding a new pom to your family, please do the research involved in educating yourself on the needs of having a new furry companion and remember that this is a life long commitment.  Make sure that the breed you are interested in will be a proper fit for your lifestyle, home, and family.  Different breeds have different needs.  Poms are not toys, and should not be discarded because they become inconvenient, or because their needs are more than you bargained for.

Before anyone can adopt a Pomeranian you must e-mail us with all your details and and an introduction about yourself your family and why you want a rescue and why you are suitable to offer a home to a rescue the next stage is an interview. This process divides the serious from the not-so-serious potential owner and gives the new owners the opportunity to think about what they are taking on.

This way, there are no impulsive decisions and we can be sure the pom is going to the right home. A home visit may be required and is often followed up with a post-adoption visit.
All Pomeranians are neutered - as well as microchipped and vaccinated - before they are rehomed.

Once the checks have been done you will be contacted and told if you were successful. 

If you have been successful when you take your pom home you will need to spend time getting to know each other. Your pom will need to learn where he or she fits in the family. A problem that some people have when they rehome a rescue is that the dog doesn't like to be left alone. A dog can't understand why it has been taken from its previous home and can sometimes feel very insecure when the new owners go out because they may never come back. Dogs can't tell us when they're upset so they show it in other ways, like barking or making a mess in the house. It is important that you don't tell them off, because they are not being naughty - they are just finding ways to show you that they are worried or upset. 

You can help your dog to overcome this problem by:

  • going out for short periods and slowly increasing the time that you leave them alone

  • giving your dog a chew or toy to play with while you are out

  • teaching your dog that being left alone can be enjoyable and relaxing.

You should not leave your dog alone for too long, and remember accidents can still happen. 

It takes time and hard work to help your Pomeranian get used to its new life, and to help it overcome problems, but all the time and effort will be worth it when the end result is a happy well-balanced dog!

If you need to find a new home for your pom bring them to us and we will assure a kind long term home will be found for them with our full support.

We vet every home and new owner and can pass on your contact details if you want to keep in touch.


We are based on the Shropshire Worcestershire borders so are wall located within reach of many areas.

Email zoe@pommaniapoms.com

If you are able to help our rescue poms please use the donate button below.

All funds go towards the rescue poms vet bills and expenses

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