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Pomeranians are my passion and I have shared my life with these darling little dogs for many decades.

The PomWorld website was developed to showcase my Pomeranian books. Quickly followed by unique Pomeranian items designed by Denise for Pomeranian lovers.

New additions to the website now include everything you need for a Pomeranian. Items include the best commercial Pomeranian food, Pomeranian leads, harness, crates, playpens, Pomeranian clothing, Pomeranian toys and Pomeranian grooming tools.

These items are the actual things I use to keep the Dochlaggie Champion Pomeranians safe, healthy, happy and well groomed.

About Denise Leo

Denise Leo and a Pomeranian

Dochlaggie Pomeranian puppies was established in 1975. We’re located in the northern country region of Melbourne, Australia. Celebrating 45 years as a Pomeranian Exhibitor/Breeder.

Becoming a member of Dogs Victoria (then known as the Kennel Control Council) in February, 1975. During this time, close to 100 of our Pomeranians have been titled in many parts of the World.

I’m a Breeder/Exhibitor of many All Breeds and Specialty “Best in Show” winners.

I breed high quality Pomeranians in most colours… white, wolf sable, cream sable, orange, orange sable, chocolate, beaver, parti colours, black & tan and black. Dochlaggie sells and exports winners and champions to all parts of the globe.

Dochlaggie have sent show champions & winning Pomeranians to the U.S.A., Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Norway, Finland, France, India, Italy, Tahiti, New Caledonia, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Bahrain, Seychelles Islands, Vanuatu, Russia & Thailand.

Dochlaggie strives to breed for health, correctness of type and soundness and we’re well-known in the dog world for our tremendous number of successes in the show ring, as well as for our honesty and integrity with our breeding/showing ethics.

In addition to decades of practical experience breeding Best in Show Champion Pomeranians, Denise additionally holds a Certificate IV in Agriculture and a Diploma in Farm Management.

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