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Tooshay Pomeranians was established in mid 2008.
We are a small show kennel, situated in Port Curtis, Central Queensland, Australia where our Pomeranians come first. All of our Poms are much loved members of our family and every dog is given our personal attention in order to provide them with our best care, while meeting their individual needs.
We are relative new comers to the dog show world, rekindling our interest in this wonderful hobby after a break from showing for about 20 years. Having said this,Tooshay Pomeranians has successfully titled ten Champions thus far. Seven of these Champions were owned by us and three are owned by others.
1. Ch. Tansura Maximus, 2008
2. Ch. Cupidtown The Instigator, 2009
3. Ch. Miyu Jenni Lee, 2009
4. Ch. Cupidtown Gold N Chance, 2010
5. Ch. Tooshay Miss Showgirl, 2011
6. Ch. Gainess Amazing Grace, 2012
7. Ch. Amorea Twinings Tea, 2013
We have also been chosen to canvass Pomeranians owned by others. Most of these dogs come to us as baby puppies and are trained, handled and groomed as show dogs from this very tender age. They are provided a place in our home, with us and in our hearts. These consignments are usually for a 12 month period (or longer). To-date, we have successfully completed three such assignments, these being: – Ch. Zeigen Super Nova, Ch. Zeigen Brazen and Amazing and Ch. Crouchent Tameeka Jade.
For any newcomers to showing dogs, I highly recommend attending as many dog shows as possible, and joining both your local and national breed club. I became the founding President of the Central Queensland Toy Dog Club and enjoyed this role; John and I are also active committee members with our local kennel club and I am a current member of the only Breed Speciality Club for Pomeranians in Australia, the NSW Pomeranian Club. I was able to attend my first NSW Pomeranian Club Speciality Show held in Sydney in 2009, another unforgettable experience. We do have many top rated Pomeranians here in Australia.
I have bred just a few litters during my 6 year period in Pomeranians. Like many in this difficult breed, I have encountered problems along the way, but put this behind me and look forward to a bright future. 2012 was a sad year for me in that I had a terrible misfortune with my beloved Pip (Multi Runner-up Best-In-Show CH. Cupidtown Gold n Chance). After having an eye examination under general anaesthetic, he lost one of his eyes from op complications. This ended a very promising show career at the young age of three and a half! Although this happened over a year ago it is still heart-breaking to remember.
…My most treasured show moments of my boy Pip, “Cupidtown Gold’n Chance” is his love of being in the show ring and strutting his stuff and Pip winning…
#1 Pomeranian Rising Star
All Breeds Competition
in Australia 2009!
Despite these disappointments and setbacks, I believe that “Hope is grief’s best music” and I continue to focus on breeding my own line, looking for the soundness and type that epitomises the true Pomeranian for me.
I do, and always will, continue to strive for Excellence in the Breed.
Pictured left :
Taryn pictured here with celebrity TV Vet…Dr Harry
at the Darwin Royal.