The answer to this question is straightforward. We have been breeding the PON at home for over 25 years. Our original breeding stock has come from the best breeders in Poland and has an ancestry that we can be proud of.
Not only do we pay attention to conformation and color - we put a strong emphasis on temperament. It is important that our puppies adapt well to family environments.

          Our puppies are home raised and handled with loving care from the day they are born to the day they leave for their new homes.

          Future owners are kept up to date as to the progress of their reserved puppies. All our puppies are thoroughly examined by a veterinarian, vaccinated and given a certificate of good health before sending them on their way.

          Domlina Pons has produced several champions that can be found throughout Canada and the United States.


Wherever they are, Domlina Pons do not go unnoticed.

 

 

 

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Domlina pons are
happy and Playful

 

They have their own living space when we are not home.  
They are free with us on the property as we have an invisible fence to keep them close to us and in security.
They spend most of the time in the house enjoying our company as much as we enjoy theirs.

  • Another good reason. - We were able to get the breed officially recognized by the Canadian Kennel in September 2006 club which required a lot of sustained effort but it was worth it! Now the (PON) can participate in disciplines such as obedience, agility and conformation. They can now get the exposure they deserve throughout the dog world population.

  • We also founded the Canadian Polish Lowland Sheepdog Club (CPONC) which is the parent club for this breed in Canada. You can visit this website at the following address: 
    www.cponc.com