The Cream Pomeranian is a small, compact dog with a long, fluffy coat. They are playful and affectionate but also very intelligent. This dog breed does not require much exercise and can live happily as an indoor pet.
Let me give you the full details and facts about cream Pomeranians:
There Are TWO Types of Cream Pomeranian
We will now look at the first type of cream Pomeranian. This cream Pomeranian puppy dog is born white or very light cream and darkens to cream in color. Version one has the (e) gene, the gene responsible for the clear orange color.
In this dog breed, the color cream is probably best described as being an extremely pale orange. A cream-colored Pomeranian should be self-colored, with no white breechings. Because of the harsher texture of the guard hairs, the topcoat may appear darker.
Breeders will observe a cream-colored Pomeranian puppy is typically white at birth, and that their color will darken as they develop. All Cream Pomeranians must possess black eye rims, nose, lips, and pads. The whiskers are usually white or straw color.
The Cream Sable Pomeranian
This second type of cream in this breed is the cream sable and this is one of the most delightful colors in the Pomeranian breed. The stark contrast between the cream-colored undercoat and the harsh, standoff guard hairs combined with dark eyes and black points is a joy to behold.
Instead of being clear cream, they have a silvery color, and they’re able to have black pigment on the hair as well as black whiskers.
A cream-sable Pomeranian puppy is born a sooty grey. The grey fades until the Pom, at around 8 months of age appears as a cream Pomeranian dog with black tipping to the guard hairs and a cream, fluffy and full undercoat. The sable tipping to the cream sable Pom’s coat will often fade as the dog ages.
Cream sable Pomeranian dogs must have black points i.e. black eye rims, a black nose, black lips, and also black pads. The whiskers on a cream sable Pomeranian will be black.
Color differences between a cream sable and a wolf sable Pomeranian dog may sometimes be confusing. A cream sable Pom dog should not possess grey tones in the undercoat, just clear cream. If you find the colors reversed, this is called a reversed sable.
If in doubt whether a Pomeranian is a cream or a wolf sable DNA testing is available and will quickly remove any uncertainty. Ask your Vet for details on DNA testing. DNA testing is quick and painless, usually just involving a swab inside the dog’s mouth.
Light Orange Pomeranian Puppies May Look Similar to Cream Sable Pomeranian Puppies During the First Few Weeks After Birth
For the first few weeks, it is very difficult to tell the difference between a cream sable Pomeranian and an orange Pom. Even long-time experienced Pomeranian breeders may be unsure of the color of newborn Pomeranian puppies.
As a long-time Pom dog Breeder, I like to wait until the puppy is 12 weeks before applying for puppy litter registration. Around 12 weeks of age, I have a much clearer idea of the adult color this Pomeranian puppy will be.
It’s very hard to predict the finished color of a Pomeranian puppy until at least 7 months of age. A “true cream sable” may appear to be a very light grey or even orange sable as a baby puppy. Both the cream sable and wolf sable must have no orange at all in the adult coat.
I hope this article has been beneficial to you in understanding the two types of cream Pomeranian dogs. If you have more questions about these beautiful little dogs, get in touch with me.
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References and Further Reading:
 Official Standard of the Pomeranian (AKC). American Kennel Club, 2011.
 Official English Kennel Club Pomeranian Breed Standard, 2017.
 Kimbering Pomeranians “1891-1991”.
 Denise Leo, The Pomeranian Handbook.
 E.Parker, The Popular Pomeranian.
 L.Ives, Show Pomeranians.