Pomeranian Dog Information
To know if your dog is a purebred Pomeranian, you need to know the parents’ pedigree papers and DNA testing will help confirm that the pup is a pure breed.
The merle Pomeranian is a recent color pattern addition to the Pomeranian breed. Merle Pomeranians are not an accepted Pomeranian color pattern in many countries. Two merle Pomeranians should never be bred together. The merle gene modifies the base color of the dog’s coat.
List of colors of Pomeranians with photos of Pomeranian colors. AKC Pomeranian colors listed and Pomeranian color pattern details. Detailed information on different colors of Pomeranians and Pomeranian color chart.
Teacup Pomeranians are the cute balls of fluff bred by preservation Pomeranian breeders. Teacup Pom prices often start at $2000 and rising to more than $5000. A Teacup Pomeranian is agile, friendly and playful. The striking character traits of this breed include loyalty, sociability, playfulness and guarding.
The adult weight range for a standard full-size Pomeranian is 3-7 lbs. (1.36 to 3.175kgs). For show Poms, they prefer the dogs to weigh 4 – 6 lbs. Lots of Pomeranians do match these criteria but there are also smaller and bigger Poms
The Black Pomeranian should appear to be a “coal-black” color. A Black Pomeranian adult dog’s coat should be free of any red, white-colored, or brownish fur. The points ( eye rims, pads, lips, and nose) must also be black.
Pomeranians are a small, toy breed of dog that was bred for many different things. Originally, they were used as guard dogs and sled dogs in different countries.
A dog’s temperament is shaped by genetics, environment, and personal experiences, so it’s possible but extremely rare to have a mean-spirited Pomeranian.
There are many factors that affect how much it costs to buy a Teacup Pomeranian.Prices for Pomeranians range anywhere between $1500 and $6,000+.