Pomeranian Colors


Pomeranian colors are as varied as their coats. You can have Piebald, Parti, Lavender, Blue, and Parti. Each of these color varieties has their own advantages and disadvantages. Read on to learn which color would best suit you. We also cover how to spot the difference between each type. We hope this article was useful! Once you have decided on the type of color for your pomeranian, there are many ways to determine its overall appearance.


The Piebald Pomeranian has a coat that consists primarily of white, and it is referred to as an extreme piebald. The base of the coat should be white according to the AKC breed standard. Irish Mark Parti Pomeranians have a more substantial amount of white than the rest of the fur, but the white is usually just a small amount. Any Parti with less than 20% white fur is referred to as a Mismarked Pomeranian. Parti means that the dog has patches of another color, which explains the name.

Piebalds have a white collar, chest, and legs. This is the most common parti color, with a ratio of ninety-percent colour to ten percent white. They can also have patches of another colour on their backs. In some cases, the Irish Parti may be completely white. But there are some exceptions to this rule. Piebald Parti dogs may also have a white blaze and chest legs.

Unlike other breeds, Piebald Pomeranians can be solid or parti-colored. Their coats can be light or dark, and they can have different eye colors. However, their eye colors are usually the same. They will usually change color gradually as they grow older. During their puppyhood, they are usually cream colored. Some Piebalds will have a darker coat than others. If you see a Piebald Pomeranian with a dark mask, it is likely due to excessive sun exposure.


While a solid-colored Pomeranian is more popular in some countries, there are breeders who specialize in the colors of the Parti Pomeranian. Solid-coloured dogs will have a higher score in competitions than their Parti counterparts. The best way to get a Parti is to buy one from a breeder who specializes in the Parti. Solid-coloured puppies will most likely have white patches, which is highly undesirable.

The parti-coloured Pomeranian has a coat pattern in which a second solid colour is mixed with white. These dogs can have any solid colour or pattern, with the exception of blue. The KUSA standard does not define the specific colors of parti-coloured dogs, but if they are recognized as a breed, their coats will usually contain a combination of several colours. They may have white patches or tans.

Chocolate-colored poms have a white coat with brown patches. These dogs are often mistaken for white parti pomeranians, which are actually tri-colored. Black-and-white Pomeranians are the same breed but may be different colors. A tan-colored pom is mainly black with tan markings. The white spots on a black-and-white Pomeranian are called “tuxedo” markings.


The color of the Pomeranian is classified as a solid or parti-color. Solid colors are the most common, but the Pomeranian can also come in unusual and exotic colors, including lavender. While lavender is rare, it does occur. The Pomeranian Club of America has yet to approve lavender as a color. Although lavender is not an approved color, the lavender pigment in the coat is beautiful nonetheless.

Although lavender is not the official standard color, the breed is popular and can fetch a price of more than $5000. This rare color is the result of breeding chocolate and beaver Pomeranian dogs with lavender genes. The resulting puppies are usually lighter than other colored Pomeranians and can be difficult to identify. Breeders may also use different names for lavender Pomeranians to differentiate between them.

While most lavender Pomeranian puppies are healthy and well-behaved, they do have a higher price tag than other colors. A lavender Pomeranian can sell for up to $2,500, which is comparable to other colors of the Pomeranian. The lavender Pomeranian can also be expensive if it comes from a champion lineage. It’s a good idea to choose a reputable breeder when considering a new addition to your family.


The most common Pomeranian colors are blue, white, and black. While these colors are beautiful, they do have certain health risks. Chocolate pomeranians are prone to eye diseases, such as cataracts. These dogs are often bred from solid colored parents. These dogs can have health problems as well, such as eye infections and deafness. Aside from eye problems, chocolate Pomeranians can be prone to other health problems as well.

Lavender is another color found among Pomeranians. This color is rare and is actually a mixture of blue and grey. The lavender color is often mistaken for blue, however. Lavender Pomeranians are grey with a purple hue. Lavender Pomeranians are not registered with the AKC, but you can still find a dog in this color. This is one of the rarest colors of Pomeranians.

Brown is another color of the Pomeranian. It is born with a rich chocolate coat, but due to the dilution gene, it can also have black spots. Chocolate Pomeranians are often called “brown,” and they have hazel eyes. Another color is the chocolate-colored Pomeranian. It has cream-colored hair, tan markings, and a rich chocolate coat.


Pomeranians can be black and white or parti-color, depending on the coat pattern. Typically, black and white Pomeranians are solid white with black patches and markings. A black patch may be patches of hair or even a face mask. This is a trait known as parti-color, which means that the dog is white with any other color patches on it. This can occur anywhere on the dog.

Another breed that is often mistaken for a cream or tan Pomeranian is the Beaver Pomeranian. These dogs are often called cream or biscuit. Their white spots often coincide with their brown noses. Black-and-white Pomeranians may have black masks. While their masks are not as noticeable, the black hair on their snouts is often visible. While the black hair may be difficult to see, they are a popular choice for those looking for a cute, playful, and loving companion.

In addition to black and white Pomeranian colors, there are also other variations of this breed. A chocolate tricolor Pomeranian is a unique blend of the colors, with chocolate-brown fur covering the most of the body and tan fur covering the least. The tan markings may also appear on the face and snout, or as dots over each eye. Whether a dog is black and white or a combination of these colors, the breed has many unique colorings to choose from.


There are several differences between the true chocolate and cream colors of the Pomeranian. The true chocolate coat color has a dark brown rim, nose, pads, and lip color. However, some Chocolate Pomeranians have lighter pigmentation, a sign of being mistaken for a cream Pomeranian. The best way to determine the correct coat color of your Chocolate Pomeranian is to look at its nose and eye rims for pigmentation.

There are three basic colors of Pomeranians. Base colors are black, brown, and blue. The markings on their faces are the same as those in the black, tan, and blue colors. Chocolate and tan Pomeranians also have defined eyebrows. Their coat color also differs, but they all share the same marking pattern. If you’re unsure about which color your dog is, consult your local breeder for more information.

The chocolate color of a Pomeranian is an elegant rich brown. Despite its name, it’s sometimes referred to as ‘brown’ or ‘beaver’ by their owners. While this isn’t technically wrong, it isn’t an official color. Despite the difference, chocolate Pomeranians have a solid, rich, chocolate coat, and dark brown paw pads and eyes.


Merle Pomeranians are distinguished by their distinctive coloring. Their head and paw pads are speckled, while the body is solid color. This pattern is often mistaken for a solid coat, but the actual merle gene is present in all Pomeranians. The nose and eye color of a Merle is a telltale sign of a Merle’s merle gene. A Merle may also have black and pink paw pads and eyes.

While liver and brindle merles aren’t typically accepted in breed standards, chocolate and red mers are common. A rare lavender merle Pomeranian is also possible. In addition to chocolate and black, merles are also common in particolored Pomeranian dogs, although the visual effect can be minimal. Some breeders have only one color or pattern. For these reasons, the merle color of a Pomeranian should be chosen with great care.

The merle gene produces an irregular pattern in a dog’s coat, as well as its skin, eye color, and paw pads. A dog with this pattern may be referred to as a black and white Pomeranian or a white and brown one. This color pattern isn’t common, but it is highly sought-after by dog lovers. The merle gene is often the dominant gene of a breed, and can affect the colors of other dog breeds.

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