POLISH LOWLAND SHEEPDOG BREEDERS
PON de Rosa PONs Dr. Mariela Zeledon and Dr. Daniel Mirota, San Jose, CA
As breeders we strongly believe in well-rounded,deeply-loved dogs that are an integral part of family. Therefore, we have been active in a number of dog events,including fly ball, trick titles,the Canine Good Citizen Porgram, Dog Scouts , rally and conformation Mariela is a geneticist and is actively involved in the APLSA's health committee.
As responsible dog breeders we aim to produce the healthiest most beautiful, and best tempered Polish Lowland Sheepdogs possible. We are committed to the following:
--Educating ourselves, our community and our perspective puppy buyers.
--Always putting the dog's welfare first.
--Adhering to the best breeding practices and to the AKC standard to improve the breed.
--Liaising with breeders and veterinary professionals to ensure that we make the soundest breeding
--Participating in social and competitive events to introduce people to the breed.
--Always being unequivocally honest about our dogs
--Finding loving homes for every puppy born; providing a lifetime of support for our extended
PON de Rosa family.
ZIELONAGORA PONS Chris Gibson,
We are a small and breeding kennel in North Carolina. We recently retired and moved from the cold of Connecticut to the warmth of the South! We hve been owned by our Polilsh Lowland Sheepdogs ("PONs") for the past 17 years and were active in the New England show circuit when we lived in Connecticut.
If you are interested in the breed please do give me a call. I am happy to discuss the breed attributes and personalities. All of our breeding stock has been shown to championships in AKC venues. We produce only a few litters a year but strive for happy and healthy pups. Every pup goes home with its AKC registration, microchip, first vaccinations, physical exam,grooming gifts and articles on puppy behavior and training. And every puppy is started on house training and his/her personality matched to your living environment. We hope to make the right match for both the pup and you.
The American Polish Lowland Sheepdog Association, Inc.(APLSA) welcomes new Polish Lowland Sheepdog breeders who are willing to become members and who are willing to adhere to our Constitution and Bylaws and our Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct. There is no charge for being listed, however, you must be a member of the Association who is in good standing who has met the requirements for and has been accepted for membership.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING DISCLAIMER
SUNDANCER PONS Darlene Cross,
I am an owner, handler, hobby breeder of Polish Lowland Sheepdogs. I committed to PONs as my forever breed in 2009, finished my first girl's championship as owner/handler, and had the joy of finishing my first Bred-by exhibitor in 2016.
I am particularly concerned with breeding PONs with great health and temperatment. I also work hard to match the right puppy with the right owner. Puppies are born in my bedroom and are raised with my family and friends. I am a psychotherapist in private practice and all my puppies are raised and socialized in my practice setting. Please note: pet puppies are onl sold on a spay/neuter agreement. Inquiries are always welcome.
I The Polish Lowland Sheepdog breeders listed have endorsed the APLSA Code of Ethics, the Code of Conduct, and have agreed there are many things to consider when breeding, buying, and/or selling Polish Lowland Sheepdog puppies (PON puppies) a and/or adult dogs. Kennel owners will have much knowledge about the breed even though they may not presently have pups, so there are many reasons to speak to as many breeders as you can.
II.The APLSA cannot and is not responsible for the actions of any particular breeder. Nor does it make any claim(s) or representation as to the health, quality or temperament of any PON puppy or adult owned or sold.
III. It is your responsibility to speak to multiple breeders and PON owners, ask a lot of questions,and learn about the needs and responsibilities you will have. Any contact or transaction between you and any of the APLSA breeders is strictly between you and the breeder.
IV. There are three things we recommend in a good breeder. 1) They should be willing to help you anytime with your PON...just a call away to be there to care about their "babies,2) They will will start socializing their puppies prior to you getting them . (3) They are serious about their breeding and work very hard to provide good health and genetic diversity which ultimately will insure the integrity of the breed.
V. The American Polish Lowland Sheepdog Association (APLSA) is in no way responsible for any purchase or contract or any part therein and in no way can be held responsible for any such relationship. Nor are they responsible in any way for the heatlh and quality of your puppy. This list is here to provide contacts for you. The American Polish Lowland Sheepdog Association breeders are in no way endorsed nor does the APLSA take any responsibility beyond providing contact information.