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White: A white Pomeranian should be a solid white color with no lemon or cream shadings. The guard hairs and undercoat is also white. White Pomeranians must have black eye rims, a black nose, black lips and also black pads. White Pomeranians are born ice white with all pink points. By the age of six weeks, these points should have darkened to black; however, the coat will remain snow white.

Cream, Orange and White Parti Colors and Light Orange, very young Pom puppies are frequently erroneously described as white.  Always look at the hair at the back of pup’s ears. is there any color other then snow white ? Biscuit or cream hair behind the pup’s ears usually means the puppy will turn out a cream or a very light orange Pom instead of ice white in color.  Small light biscuit patches on the pup’s coat may indicate the puppy is parti colored not white.

It can be difficult to ascertain the color of a Pomeranian pup until after the coat change at around 6 months.

Ice White Poms can be considered rare. Quality White Poms are usually very expensive owing to high demand. The most common Pom scam involves advertising white, teacup Pom pups, usually a female pup or puppies, which do not exist.

Read More about Pomeranian Puppy Scams and how to avoid being scammed by clicking here.

If your interest is how to breed snow white Poms and you enjoy a good challenge, you will find information on how to breed the white colored Pomeranian visit our Breeding Colored Poms page by clicking here.

Many have tried to breed show quality white Poms. The only really successful white breeders have concentrated solely on the white Pom. Numerous breeders, over the years have tried and quickly given up on this challenge. Breeding white to white can quickly produce problems, including Poms whose quality has reverted back to the old style Pomeranian, loss of pigmentation, lacking head and leg coat, poor coat quality and more. A study of old pedigrees will reveal past white breeders who gave up on breeding the Ice White Pom and used their white bitches to better advantage in an orange breeding program.

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