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Colors of the Pomeranian Breed
Poms come in a large range of colors.  The Puppy can change completely when it becomes an adult. When adults are shown, the classes are generally split into three colors..(divisions:  red, orange, cream and sable, black, brown and blue and any other color, pattern or variation.  

Colored Pomeranian Puppies for Sale

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Cream or Warm White

Cream:  While this puppy looks white in most area.  There is a slight color in his coat.  Most whites will become a cream with age and time.  A Cream will always have a black nose 


Cream is an off-white color that is like the color of the cream in coffee...

(description found in eHow)

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Chocolate

Chocolate speaks for itself.  The dog can be a light chocolate up to a very dark Chocolate.  This little girl is in her uglies but will mature to be a great example of Chocolate 









 

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Black

Black:  Solid black with no other colors.  If there is white anywhere.  The color becomes Black with white markings. 











Picture used with permission from Parkers Precious Poms  Owner:  Tiffany Parker

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Black and Tan

Black and Tan: Predominately Black with Tan Points.  The brighter the points the better. 


* Eyebrows 

* under tail 

* chest 

* muzzle

* most often on the legs also 

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Tri's

Black and Tan Tri:  Mainly black again with Tan Points and white markings.  


A tri can be a choc or any other color.  But there must be three colors to be a tri.  

*  Primary color 

*  Tan points 

*  White markings.

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Blue Merle

Blue Merle: the Merle Gene breaks up the black color giving the dog and spotted or streaked look. 






Merle has a solid base of red, brown or black with light blue, grey or red mixed in so the dog has a speckled appearance.  

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Blue Merle and Tan and sometimes white markings

Blue Merle with Tan and white markings.

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Orange

  

Orange Poms are a light golden tan-orange color.  Often confusing a Beaver as an orange.  Orange Poms will always have a black nose.  

Some color explainations were found on eHow

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