What is a Blue Pomeranian?


What is a Blue Pomeranian? This breed is also known as a merle dog. These dogs have two different colors of eyes. The most common eye color of Pomeranians is brown, although they can be two different shades of blue. Some dogs may also be self-colored. If you find a dog with two different eye colors, it is likely to be a merle. There are also self-colored Pomeranians, which have blue or a brownish-red color.


The Lavender blue Pomeranian is a beautiful breed that is equally playful, lovable, and intelligent. They are extremely affectionate, and they love being held and surrounded by their family. They are also playful and curious, though males are more prone to play than females. These pomeranians are playful, but have sharp instincts and may bark at anything that seems unusual. While Lavender Pomeranians get along well with other pets and children, you should be aware that they can be dangerous if left unattended when playing.

A Lavender Pomeranian’s life span is between twelve and sixteen years. It is one of the most long-lived breeds of dog in the world. However, despite the long lifespan of this breed, it is still susceptible to common health problems. As with any breed, Lavender Pomeranian health issues must be monitored carefully. Breeders should make sure their dogs receive the best possible care.

The Lavender Pomeranian is an active breed, but not overly energetic. It can have seizures at any time. Veterinary examinations can detect heartworm disease and administer the proper treatment. The average recovery time is 60 to 70 percent. Other common health problems of the Lavender Pomeranian include cataracts, dry eye, conjunctivitis, and tear duct problems. But compared to other Pomeranians, the Lavender Blue Pomeranian has very low risk of these diseases.

As mentioned, the lavender Pomeranian has an exotic coat color. Its coat is light purple with a slight sheen. This color is very rare and is often the result of a blending of two diluted colors. It is also a rare breed, and can be purchased from breeders. Its uniqueness makes it a desirable pet for any family. So, what are the advantages of owning a Lavender Pomeranian?

There are two types of color for the Lavender Blue Pomeranian: the diluted form of lavender and a diluted form of beaver. The lavender color is the most unusual, although it is not common. It can range from a rich mauve to a light lilac. The color is a self-colored pigment and will not come from the dog’s mother.

If you want a purebred Lavender Blue Pomeranian, you should choose a breeder with AKC recognition. These dogs are guaranteed to be healthy and free of temperamental problems. However, a Lavender Pomeranian may cost anywhere from $2,000 to $3,000.


The Beaver Blue Pomeranian is an uncommon breed. Known for its dilute blue coloring, this dog looks like a mini Rottweiler or a Doberman Pinscher. Originally known as biscuit, this type of pomeranian is a light brown with a cream-colored chest and hazel eyes. A dilute gene in this dog causes its unique coloration. Although there are no set rules for its coat color, most are either tan or brown.

The Beaver Blue Pomeranian is not as rare as its double sable counterpart. In fact, the two-toned coats of these dogs are often mistaken for a chocolate merle. The color is not necessarily a sign of merle, but the markings are unique and hard to find in a normal Pomeranian. A beaver-colored Pomeranian has dilute genetics. It has an orangey-brown or beige coat.

Another color variation of the Beaver Blue Pomeranian is the Tri-Color. This coat color is similar to black and tan, but includes white as well. Some Tri-Color Pomeranian breeds are even tri-colored, which means they have two tan eyebrows and two white ones. This combination makes them a gorgeous choice for anyone who is not contented with a solid-color Pomeranian.

This breed has a history of origins. It was developed by crossing a chocolate with a dilute gene of black. The dilution factor does not manifest itself too clearly in chocolate-colored dogs, but can be quite noticeable in black-colored ones with light brown eyes. A few breeders are proud to show this unique coloring. A few are more than happy to share the stories about their dogs, so you can’t go wrong with this breed.

A pure black Pomeranian is extremely rare. This type of dog is born entirely white and gradually darkens to a dark black color. However, some white Pomeranians may have a black point in their coat. If you prefer the classic look of a Pomeranian with a brown nose and eyes, a chocolate Pomeranian might be the right choice for you. And if you don’t like a black color, try a tan Pomeranian. They’re cute and have a cheeky spirit.

The Pomeranian breed originated in the Arctic and was introduced to Europe as an ornamental pet. This breed originally came in white but developed the colors of the rainbow due to the cold climate. It was used to guard cattle and pull sleds. Queen Victoria was also a fan of this breed. The AKC recognized the breed in 1888. These dogs live from 12 to 16 years. You can find one at a pet shop.

This color is rare in Pomeranians and is considered a mutated form of black. It is derived from the DNA of both parents and must have a diluted form of the d gene to produce a blue Pomeranian. Blue Pomeranians can be solid blue, or blue with tan points. In addition to the classic blue color, there are also tan-colored Pomeranians.

Black and tan

The color of a Pomeranian is a matter of choice. The blue and tan variety are very similar in color, but the black variety is unique in its coat. Both black and tan Pomeranians have dark base colors and tan points. The tan part of the coat is darker than the base color, but it may still be considered a tri-colored dog.

The merle color pattern consists of large patches of blue on a black base color. It is also known as the’merle’ color. Blue merles are not always blue. Blue merles are normally black Pomeranians that have patches of blue. This color pattern is caused by a genetic mutation called ‘dilution’ that affects areas of black fur. The result is a speckled effect on large areas of coat. Blue merles are generally a little bit expensive, but you can get a beautiful blue-merle dog.

If you prefer a tri-color Pomeranian, you can go for the lavender color. This color is much rarer than the other two. These puppies have a gray-pink base coat with lavender markings. Lavender-colored Pomeranians are similar to blue-colored pitbulls, but they don’t have the same markings. The tan markings are also less common in white Pomeranians.

If you want a color other than black and tan, you can go for a black and tan blue one. This color is also referred to as “biscuit” or ‘butter’ in the past. Unlike a black and tan Pomeranian, this type has a lighter blue base coat. A black and tan blue Pomeranian is not a purebred dog.

The black and tan Pomeranian was introduced in 1912. A few years later, Miss Wilson revised the book and registered it as a black and tan Pom in the Stud Book. During this period, the black and tan Pomeranian was still regarded as a pillar of the breed. It is also a rare color but the black and tan Pom has survived.

Red is the third most common color. A red Pomeranian has a deep, crimson coat with light cream fur on the chest. The red color is more intense than orange, but the dark hue fades as the dog ages. Some owners mistake red for orange when it is young, but it is a common misnomer. Red Pomeranians are also small, so they’re hard to identify.

Another common color is black. This color is quite easy to spot, but it is important to be able to distinguish between black and tan. A black Pomeranian will have a large double coat and is easily recognizable. Although the black Pomeranian can be difficult to distinguish from a tan-colored dog, it is the most common color of the breed. They are popular toy dogs, and they are known for their large personalities, loyalty, and intelligence.

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