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.
Pomeranian Colors explained
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.
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.
An all white Pomeranian dog should be a solid white color with no lemon or cream shadings. The guard hairs and the undercoat is also white. White Pom dog eye color must be very dark, if not black. The breed standard calls for dark eyes, not black eyes.
Cream Pomeranian information and facts. There are two types of cream Pomeranians. Pictures of adult Cream Pomeranians and Cream Pomeranian puppies.
The orange sable Pomeranian and orange Pomeranian have been acknowledged as the typical colors for the Pomeranian dog for decades. There’s more than one kind of orange Pomeranian dog. They can be a very dark sable color when first born, a light orange or even white when they’re first born.
Details of Pomeranian color changes from puppy to adulthood. Pictures showing Pomeranian color from birth to adult Pomeranian.
The coat of a wolf sable Pomeranian consists of a light gray undercoat and the guard hair is a darker gray ending with black tipping. The gray Pomeranian undercoat and guard hairs can vary in color from silvery off-white to a light gray.
All about Chocolate Pomeranians. The brown Pomeranian is also called chocolate. Pictures and precise detailed information on this Pomeranian color.