Pomeranians are easily identifiable by their long, fluffy coats and fox-like faces. Poms, as they are affectionately known, is a small companion breed with a big personality and distinctive appearance.
The Pomeranian is a small breed that weighs 3 to 7 pounds and stands 7 to 12 inches at the shoulder. They come in numerous colors, but orange, red, white, black, cream, white and blue are the most common. The Pom has a long double coat that stands away from the body. Although its coat looks like it would be difficult to maintain, a Pomeranian typically only needs regular brushing.Learn More
Parti Pomeranians are Pomeranians with a white base coat and colored markings. Parti Pomeranians are rare, with most Pomeranians having a solid coat. Common coat colors include red, orange, white, cream, blue, brown and black. Occasionally black and tan or orange and sable coats are exhibited.Full Answer >
A merle Pomeranian is a Pomeranian with a dark base coat with patches of lighter colored fur. They can have dark, blue or odd colored eyes.Full Answer >
There is no official standard that defines a teacup Pomeranian. Pomeranian dogs are toy dogs and normally weigh between 3 and 7 pounds at maturity.Full Answer >
A Pomeranian and poodle mix is a Pomapoo. Pomapoos are hypoallergenic because they do not shed a large amount of hair. The height of a Pomapoo ranges from 8 to 10 inches, and they typically weigh between 5 and 15 pounds. The life expectancy of a Pomapoo is 12 to 16 years.Full Answer >