Different Colors and Markings
This area is to show you some examples of all the different colors and markings of Pomeranians
Note: these poms are not for sale and are not all owned by me anymore.
A blue Pom is not actually the color blue, it looks more like a gray.
There are three different types of chocolate color Poms. Dark, medium, and light chocolate. This picture is of a dark chocolate.
Beaver is a dilute chocolate. It is often confused with a light chocolate. This picture is of a puppy who is seven weeks old.
This is a picture of our black and tan male named Rocky. As you can see he is a very handsome boy.
Black Poms sometimes have a touch of brown on the ends of their coats, as you can see with this picture.
Brindles have a very dominant striping pattern with the usual pattern being a gold or orange background or base color and black stripes.
Some times when born, a cream colored puppy seems white, but as they get older their color darkens.
Cream sable is basically a cream with darker color on the tips of the coat.
Here is a picture of our orange female Pom. She has a touch of white on her chest and tail.
Parti-color Poms come in many different colors as you can tell. A lot of people are shocked to see that there are Poms that come in these colors.
Red is a common color amoung Poms. Dispite it not being a uncommon color many people still look for red Poms.
This is a picture of our beautiful tri-color Pom. If you look closely you can see her third color (besides black and white). Around her eyes she has tan spots.
Pure white Poms are rare, most white Poms have a touch of cream on them. This picture is of one of our white Poms, as you can see he has a bit of cream.
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Here are examples of different merle colors. This is a new color to the Pom world.
Thank you for looking at our colors page!
Wolf-sables are a very hard color to produce. It is very recessive and does not "breed true" which means it does not produce itself even if both parents are wolf-sables.