Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies


About Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies
Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies is managed by John Anunciacion. When asked about Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies John says we’re a “Young Filipino Family who raise two sons and two female puppies; Paolyn the Pomsky and Celine the husky who will soon be bred if deem suitable and healthy.”

John is a pet lover first before a breeder.

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John is also the proud owner of Dog Days & Cat Naps, the largest pet sitting business in Northeast Florida. Founded in 2000, Dog Days & Cat Naps is known one of the premier dog sitting business in Northeast Florida.

 Location: Palm Beach Gardens, FL

How to inquire about Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies available puppies
The best way inquire about Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies available litters is to visit the Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies Facebook Page or text John at 561-676-6377

You can see all available pomskies and litter updates on our pomsky litter updates page

How to contact Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies
If you are interested in a Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies puppy or have any questions, contact them in one of the following ways:

Email: jaypee0501@yahoo.com

Phone: 561-844-0844

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Pearl-of-the-Orient-Seas-Puppies-1000405216758664/

How to order your Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies Puppy
To join the Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies waiting list, text John at 561-676-6377 or visit the Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies Facebook Page.

Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies vet is Doctor Bob Miles of North Palm Beach Animal Clinic. Please use North Palm Beach Animal Clinic as a vet reference for Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies.

Vet: Doctor Bob Miles

Office: North Palm Beach Animal Clinic

Location: 719 Northlake Blvd. North Palm Beach, FL 33408

Phone: 561-844-0844

Company: Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies

Contact Name: John Anunciacion

Location: Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Phone: 561-676-6377 (call or text)

Email: jaypee0501@yahoo.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Pearl-of-the-Orient-Seas-Puppies-1000405216758664/

Although Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies is not breeding any Pomskies yet, they are taking all of the appropriate steps to set themselves up as the most reputable pomsky breeder in Florida. Managed by John Anunciacion in Palm Beach Gardens Florida, Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies is dedicated to learning the sciences behind pomsky breeding with the intention of bringing more happy and healthy pomskies into the world.

John is not only an aspiring pomsky breeder but also a pomsky lover and the proud owner of a two female puppies; Paolyn the Pomsky and Celine the husky. If you're looking for a pomsky in Florida or if you have any questions in regards to owning a pomsky, reach out to John. John is incredibly friendly and dedicated to improving the pomsky breed, he's open and happy to share his knowledge of the pomsky breed.

John and Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies are set up for successful pomsky breeding, Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies is an approved member of Pomsky Owners Association and an accredited member of the International Pomsky Association. As a member of the International Pomsky Association, Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies is required to abide by a strict code of ethics to ensure the long-term health of the pomsky breed.

If you have any questions about owning a pomsky or if you’d like to learn more about Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies, reach out to John at jaypee0501@yahoo.com

Pearl of the Orient Seas Puppies

Celine - Dam

Paolyn - Dam

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Safety tip of the week!

It’s that time of year again when we experience a long dry spell followed by daily torrential downpours. As Floridians we know this weather brings out large quantities of some of our least favorite critters and Florida seems to have a lot of them. We also know that a lot of these critters can injure or harm our beloved pets. So this week’s safety tip is a rundown of some of those animals, insects, reptiles, to look out for.

First things first, we will address the most commonly known pests: fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes. These bugs might not only cause irritation/allergies in your pups but may transmit some serious diseases. Be sure to keep your pups on a preventative year round in Florida. The weather here does not get cool enough to kill off enough of these insects. Since we had such a long dry season, it has been predicted that the tick population will be larger than usual. Contact your vet for treatment/preventatives.

Next up is rattlesnakes, cottonmouths (Water Moccasin), and coral snakes. The venom from these snakes may cause serious injury and even death. The bite initially causes oozing, swelling, bleeding, and eventually can affect their nervous system. If a bite is suspected, try to keep calm and limit your pets movement while seeking immediate veterinary help.

Then we have the good ol’ brown recluse and black widow. These 8 legged creepy crawlies may also cause injury and serious illness in a pet. While black widows are less often the culprit, their venom is 15 times stronger than a rattlesnakes’. Seek veterinary help immediately if you suspect a black widow bite. A brown recluse bite may cause a slower growing painful wound with necrotic tissue which still warrants a veterinary visit, or two, or three.

Another newer concern with a growing population is the Giant toad also known as the Cane or Bufo toad. This large toad will secrete poisonous toxins when it feels threatened and if your pet comes in contact you may expect foaming at the mouth, drooling, crying, red gums, and loss of coordination. First rinse your pets mouth out with a garden hose and seek immediate veterinary help.

Raccoons are another culprit that are often forgotten. The raccoon is the most commonly rabies infected animal. It is also commonly hanging around your home dumpster diving and looking for any treats they can find. That being said please keep your dogs vaccinations up to date to prevent the transmission of rabies from a raccoon or any of the other rodents your pet may come across.

Last but surely not least is the horrendous fire ants, bees/hornets/wasps, and scorpions. We’ve all seen the pictures of the dogs with swollen muzzles because of a wasp. With the rain fire ant piles are popping up all over the higher elevations of our yards and our dogs are stomping through those piles without a care not knowing the discomfort they will experience later. Scorpions are nocturnal and maybe not as commonly seen, however at my own home I have experienced three of them now and thought it might be something to mention. While a severe reaction that leads to death is rare in dogs, you still may want to take your pup to the vet if they have encountered any of these pesky insects.

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Pomskies have gorgeous thick coats (just like Parka pictured here) and sometimes people are tempted to shave them to help keep their pup cool. This will actually do the opposite as their coat will insulate them from the heat. You also run the risk of ruining their coat for the rest of their lives. The guard hairs or the outer coat may never grow back the same way. In most cases the top coat will come back patchy and uneven it can also take up to a year to grow back in. While it is growing in your dog is left with no protection from bug bites and sun burn. So let your pups keep their beautiful coats and just make sure they always have access to shade and clean water when they are outside. #chinookpomskies

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