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The Pomeranian is an adorable and bold toy breed that has become a favorite choice for dog lovers interested in a small companion that enjoys lounging on their laps, soaking up affection and being their owner’s little shadow. Their undeniable popularity has made them a top choice to mix with other breeds, an endeavor that has produced many adorable Pomeranian mixes.
This practice, known as designer dog breeding, has risen in popularity over the last few decades and has birthed hundreds of new and improved mixes for families to consider. We encourage all potential dog owners to make sure they adopt before they shop, as you can find many different mutts at your local rescue (including Pomeranian Mixes).
The Pomeranian brings tons of spunk and cuteness to any hybrid. For the purposes of this article, we will focus on 20 Pomeranian mixes that might make the perfect companion for you and your family. Let’s take a look!
- 1 Pomeranian Mixes
- 1.1 Pomsky
- 1.2 Jackaranian
- 1.3 Pom-A-Pug
- 1.4 Yoranian
- 1.5 Pomchi
- 1.6 Bichonaranian
- 1.7 Pompoo
- 1.8 Pomeagle
- 1.9 Peek-A-Pom
- 1.10 Pomston
- 1.11 Poshie
- 1.12 Cockeranian
- 1.13 PapiPom:
- 1.14 Pom-A-Nauze
- 1.15 Shiranian
- 1.16 Cavapom
- 1.17 Dameranian
- 1.18 French Pomerdog
- 1.19 Maltipom
- 1.20 La Pom
- 2 Final Thoughts
Pomeranians are some of the most popular small breed dogs in the United States. Their fluffy coats are rabbit fur soft, making them practically impossible to resist petting them when you come close to one. Because of their beautiful coats and smaller stature, they have become a very popular crossbreed parent to mix with other purebred dogs.
As mentioned earlier, shelters are often a great place to search for and find a Pomeranian Mix. Sometimes the breeding of two purebreds happens unintentionally, causing them to be unwanted and end up in shelters. There are also some very rare Pomeranian mixes, which you’ll specifically have to go to a breeder to buy. They can get almost as expensive as purebreds, but many are highly sought after. Let’s jump in and look at 20 of the most popular crossbreeds you’ll come across.
Breeds: Husky and Pomeranian
The Pomsky is one of the most popular Designer Dog Breeds on the market! However, real-life Pomskys are not nearly as small as the images circulating the internet suggest. On average, a fully matured Pomsky will weigh between 20 and 30 pounds, making them a medium-sized dog.
The Pomsky is a friendly breed that loves attention. Pomeranians can be considered a stubborn breed, so Pomskies require consistent and firm training. They can be prone to barking, which may prove problematic in an apartment setting. Overall, this is a lively and adorable breed that can be an excellent alternative to those who like the look of Husky but would prefer a smaller sized Husky mix.
Breeds: Jack Russell Terrier and Pomeranian
The Jack Pom, Pom-A-Jack or Jackaranian! This spunky pup is a mix between a Jack Russel Terrier and a Pomeranian. They are considered a small breed and will most likely mature at 6 to 14 pounds and have a thick, double coat. Known for being devoted and alert, this hybrid may also have a tendency to bark.
Taking after the Jack Russell parent breed, the Jackaranian is very active and playful. They love to be stimulated, entertained and enjoy being close to their family. Because of this, we do not recommend this breed to frequent travelers or those with very demanding schedules. While this breed is likely to get along well with all members of the family, regardless of age or species, they may be wary of strangers and should be socialized often.
Breeds: Pug and Pomeranian
Pomapug, Puguranian or Pom-A-Pug! This small, adorable hybrid is the resulting breed of two of the most popular small breed dogs. A mix between a Pug and a Pomeranian, the Pom-A-Pug generally weighs between 5 and 16 pounds. They are likely to sport the short snout distinctive to a Pug, but it likely won’t be as defined and therefore should mitigate some of the breathing and health concerns associated with this flat-faced feature.
This mix is known for its intelligence, devotion, and big personalities! Like many other mixes on this list, the Pom-A-Pug can be wary of strangers but gets along well with all members of the family. Pomeranians can be quite independent and it’s possible this mix will also exhibit some stubbornness. Overall, the Pom-A-Pug is a wonderfully affectionate companion dog!
Breeds: Yorkshire Terrier and Pomeranian
The Yoranian, also known as a Yorkie Pom, is a Yorkie and a Pomeranian mix. This is a tiny but sturdy pup that gets along excellently with children of all ages. However, young children should still interact gently with a Yoranian as they can get injured if handled roughly. They make a great family dog!
This alert pup is bold and can become overprotective if they are not introduced often to people outside of their family unit. You should also be sure to properly train a Yoranian and provide them with boundaries so they don’t become spoiled and dominant. In general, they are an extremely loving and devoted companion. If they take after their Yorkie parent, expect a pup that likes to bark. They can also come in smaller packages if bred with a Miniature Yorkie.
Breeds: Chihuahua and Pomeranian
This Chihuahua and Pomeranian mix can be recognized by a few different names: Chi-Pom, Chiapom or Pomchi. They are a lively and happy pup and can be quite spirited! While they get along well with children, they should not be left unsupervised due to their small and fragile bodies which can easily be injured. The Pomchi will likely have large, expressive eyes and a very fine bone structure.
The Chihuahua can be feisty and is not afraid to vocalize or even nip if something is upsetting or distressing them. The Pomchi may also inherit this tendency so it is important not to spoil a Pomchi but give them appropriate positive training and boundaries. Of course, you should still allow your Pomchi to snuggle up in your lap – one of their favorite places!
Breeds: Bichon Frise and Pomeranian
The Bichonaranian is an intelligent and devoted companion pup. This small dog will require frequent grooming, as both parent breeds have fairly high maintenance coats. Generally, you Bichonaranian will adopt features from both parent breeds, but it is entirely up to chance on which will dominate.
The Bichonaranian does well in both apartment and house settings, making them an adaptable companion for all sorts of living situations. They are very devoted and enjoy the company of their owner, preferably while relaxing on their lap or playing a game! It is important to monitor a Bichonaranian’s food intake and exercise, as this breed can easily become overweight.
Breeds: Miniature Poodle and Pomeranian
The Pompoo, also known as a Pomerdoodle, is a popular Poodle mix between a Miniature Poodle and a Pomeranian. It would be rare to find a Pom mixed with a Standard Poodle intentionally, therefore this pup is likely to be a small breed. This sweet dog is known for their genial, outgoing nature which makes them an excellent family dog that does well with children.
The Pompoo is a confident breed that will surely put a smile on your face as they prance about. They are bound to look quite regal, with a beautiful, thick fluffy coat. This mix is very eager to please and will be easily trainable. They can be shy and therefore a bit fearful of strangers, however, plenty of socialization and introductions to new people and environments should help with this.
Breeds: Beagle and Pomeranian
Meet the Pomeagle! An energetic cross between a Beagle and a Pom. This curious breed has a very high prey drive that’s inherited from the Beagle parent breed and loves to chase. Therefore they may not do well in households with cats or other small animals. Sizes for this breed vary, but they are usually quite compact and if given proper exercise, they can live happily in an apartment setting.
It’s purely up to chance on which parent breed a Pomeagle will resemble more. What is quite certain is this dog will be a very loyal breed. This also means they should not be left alone for long periods of time as they can suffer from separation anxiety and become quite distressed if neglected. When socialized properly, the Pomeagle will make a wonderful and entertaining family dog.
Breeds: Pekingese and Pomeranian
A Peek-A-Pom, also known as a Pominese, is a mix between a Pekingese and a Pomeranian. This breed can be more independent than others on this list. While they aren’t considered difficult to train, this bold trait can make them a bit stubborn and they will require patient and consistent training.
The Peek-A-Pom is very low maintenance, both with grooming and exercise requirements. They require very little activity to be well adjusted and their coat is considered hypoallergenic – great news for those with allergies! The Peek-A-Pom is a very small dog. Due to their tiny frame, they may not be a suitable companion for young children but make a wonderfully affectionate and loyal companion for older kids and adult-only families.
Breeds: Boston Terrier and Pomeranian
This Boston Terrier and Pomeranian mix known as a Pomston is a lively and lovable little hybrid dog. They are very active and love to play with children, making them an excellent family dog. This mix generally weighs between 7 and 15 pounds and are minimal shedders, great news for apartment dwellers or those with limited space. They are quite active and thrive with plenty of mental and physical stimulation.
The Pomston does not do well when left alone for long periods of time and is better suited for a family who can provide them with the attention they crave. They are known for their loyalty and intelligence. Both of these qualities make them a very trainable and devoted companion.
Breeds: Shetland Sheepdog and Pomeranian
A Poshie is a mix between a Shetland Sheepdog and a Pomeranian. This charming mix, also known as a Sheltie Pom, is generally a small-to-medium-sized dog. They are likely to sport a thick, double coat but its a 50/50 chance if they will favor their Sheltie or Pom parent’s features. While this mix is a great companion lapdog, they also have a bit of an independent streak. This means they are less likely to suffer from separation anxiety which many other mixes on this list are prone to.
The Poshie is a high energy pup, a trait they take from their Shetland Sheepdog parent. This means they will need plenty of exercise and mental stimulation.They are known for being excellent watchdogs. This is because they can be wary of strangers and aren’t afraid to sound the alarm. The Poshie is a very intelligent dog. Overcoming their stubborn nature may take time and patience, but once they catch on, they are very quick learners and will do well with obedience training.
Breeds: English Cocker Spaniel and Pomeranian
This mix between two very popular dogs, the English Cocker Spaniel and the Pomeranian, is sure to produce a wonderfully agreeable pup! The Cockeranian, otherwise known as a Cocker-Pom, is not lacking in good looks. This small to medium-sized breed will likely sport the double coat of a Pomeranian with the ears of a cocker spaniel. Their coat requires quite a bit of effort to maintain, which should be considered by any potential adopter.
The Cockeranian is equal parts energetic playmate and devoted lapdog. This means you are bound to get the best of both worlds with this breed. However, they are quite vocal and can develop improper barking habits if not socialized and trained properly. The good news, however, is this breed is very trainable, eager to please, and exceptionally loving.
Breeds: Papillon and Pomeranian
The Pappom, Pomillon, or the PapiPom – it’s up to you on which name you’d like to pick for this adoring and sweet little mix. The PapiPom is a spunky lap dog that is mixed with a Papillon and Pomeranian. They will be small and fine-boned, however, it’s difficult to say which parent they will resemble more.
Known for being very gentle and curious, the PapiPom also loves to be the center of attention and thrives when they are consistently included in family activities. This mix is moderately easy to train. They can be a bit stubborn and easily develop “small dog syndrome.” However, if they are provided with firm but kind and consistent training, they will flourish into a well behaved and faithful companion.
Breeds: Schnauzer and Pomeranian
This lively mix is known as a Scheranian, Pomanauzer, and Schnauzeranian. For our purposes, we will call this Mini Schnauzer and Pomeranian mix the Pom-A-Nauze. This is a tiny pup that weighs in between 3 to 15 pounds but that does not mean they have a small personality.
They are known for being both affectionate and social and make the perfect addition to adult-only families. Because of their small stature and fragile bodies, we don’t recommend this little breed for families with young children. Although, older children who have been taught how to handle small animals gently could make an excellent companion for the Pom-A-Nauze. This is a wonderfully intelligent and attentive mix who just wants to spend time with you!
Breeds: Shih Tzu and Pomeranian
What do you get with you mix the low energy yet loving Shih Tzu and a Pomeranian? Well, it depends on who you ask. A Pomshi, Shih-A-Pom, Pom-Tzu or a Shiranian are all names used for this fabulous companion hybrid. The Shiranian usually weighs between 4 and 15 pounds, however, they generally fall on the smaller end of that scale.
Many Shiranians exhibit friendly and intelligent personalities, traits that owners have come to expect from this hybrid. They are very affectionate and enjoy the company of their favorite humans. They can become anxious and distressed if left alone for too long. Therefore, they should be made a priority within the family. They are generally a quiet dog and not inclined to bark as frequently as others on this list. The Shiranian can make an excellent companion for a family willing to give them the love they crave and deserve!
Breeds: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Pomeranian
The Cavapom is an affectionate hybrid and the result of breeding a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Pomeranian. They are playful and loving with a moderate energy levels. This little dog is big on intelligence and personality. They are easily trained with positive reinforcement and are bound to keep you smiling with their joyful and friendly disposition.
Due to their small size and fragile bone structure, the Cavapom should not be left unsupervised with small children who may accidentally play too rough. They have a prey drive for other small creatures and birds and therefore should not be allowed to roam off leash. The Cavapom is a very adaptable pup and adjusts well to apartment setups as long as they are given plenty of attention and affection.
Breeds: Dachshund and Pomeranian
The Dachshund is popularly used in designer dog breeding so, of course, we have a Dachshund and Pomeranian hybrid on this list known as the Dameranian. This hybrid is also known as a Pom-Dach and a Pomaweenie. The latter came about due to the Dachshund’s affectionately used nickname: the Wiener dog. This small to medium sized pup is very cuddly and will most likely bond intensely with a single person. This should be considered if you’re looking to adopt a Dameranian as a pet for the whole family.
The Dameranian will generally have an outgoing and friendly disposition. They get along well with other people and animals, however, they can be a bit territorial at times. They are prone to barking and can become distressed if left alone for long periods of time. It’s an amazing experience to develop a close bond with an animal, which is likely to happen with the Dameranian. However, you should still introduce a Domeranian to other people and stimuli to help make sure they remain well adjusted.
Breeds: French Bulldog and Pomeranian
The French Pomerdog is a mix between a French Bulldog and a Pomeranian. This hybrid is tiny, low-maintenance, and an ideal choice for dog lovers who live in apartments. The French Pomerdog does not need a lot of room and can thrive with limited space! Generally, their coats will shed heavily, especially if they inherit their Pom parent’s dense and fluffy coat.
Both parent breeds are known for being incredibly loyal companions. They are generally agreeable with a happy disposition however, they can sometimes show a feisty side. This mix may have a desire to dominate and can easily suffer from “small dog syndrome.” Just because this mix is small and adorable, does not mean they should not be provided with boundaries and regular training. Given the proper structure, this little pup will thrive!
Breeds: Maltese and Pomeranian
The Malitpom is mixed with two beloved toy breeds: the Maltese and Pomeranian. With both parent breeds’ tendency to bark, you will likely not have a quiet pup on your hands. However, you will also have a very gentle, sweet and devoted companion. This alert canine will be small in stature, but don’t tell them this! In their mind, size has no impact on their courage. This bravery should be monitored around larger dogs. They are very alert and can serve as an excellent watchdog.
We do not recommend placing a Maltipom in a home with young children, as they are very fragile and can become easily distressed if handled roughly. The Maltipom is also likely to be suspicious of strangers and defensive of their family, but socialization from a young age can help.
Breeds: Lhasa Apso and Pomeranian
The La Pom is a smart and eager mix between a Lhasa Apso and Pomeranian. These tiny dogs generally weigh between 7 and 15 pounds. Due to their high intelligence and eagerness to please, the La Pom is a very trainable breed, succeeding in both agility and obedience. They are likely to sport a double coat which will require frequent grooming to keep it healthy and maintained.
The La Pom has a laid back demeanor and while they enjoy playing, they are most content when snuggling up with their humans. Long periods of separation can be particularly distressing to this mix. Any potential adopter should be committed to making their La Pom a part of the family and showering them with lots of attention!
Pomeranian mixes can make wonderful companions due to their compact size and bold personalities, both dominant traits for the little Pomeranian. If you’re looking for a pup that’s portable, adaptable to small living spaces and tiny in size but not lacking in personality, Pomeranian mixes have you covered!
We recommend checking with your local shelters and rescue organizations before turning to for-profit breeders. Many Pomeranian mixes are in desperate need of loving homes and waiting in shelters for their forever families. Rescuing can be an incredibly rewarding experience for both adopter and dog!
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How big do Pomeranian mix get? ›
As the Pomchi is a relatively new breed, there are few standards when it comes to size. That said, as a mix between Chihuahua and Pomeranian parents, it's safe to assume your Pomchi will be a small dog. Most weigh in at four to twelve pounds and range in height from six to ten inches at the shoulder.What is the most sought after Pomeranian color? ›
Orange Pomeranians are the most popular color and are also the most common to see. Colors such as black, white, brown, and gray are also common. Solid coated colors are normally easier to find than patterned, parti or tri colors. Patterns like sable, merle and brindle are much harder to breed.How long do Pomeranian mixes live? ›
Most of the Pomeranian mixes live between twelve and eighteen years, which is a very long time for a dog – purebred or a mix! Be sure to take your pup for regular vet visits, feed her a healthy diet, provide plenty of exercises, and your Pom mix should be a healthy and happy companion for many years.How much does a Pomeranian mix cost? ›
The Short Answer
A Pomeranian can be obtained from a breeder for anywhere from $500 to $6,000, though they are most commonly seen between $800 and $2,000. Specialty Poms like the black pomeranian can cost more.
Adult Poms (1-year-old+) can be comfortable on their own for 6-8 hours. If your Pomeranian suffers from anxiety disorders, particularly Pomeranian separation anxiety, he shouldn't be on his own for longer than 5 hours prior to you giving him extensive training so he can cope for 6-8 hours.Are Pomeranians good house dogs? ›
Pomeranians make excellent pets for older people and those who are busy, because they aren't an overly dependent breed. They are also good for apartment dwellers or homes that don't have a backyard. Because of their small size, they aren't recommended for families with small children who might injure them accidentally.Do Pomeranians only like one person? ›
Are Pomeranians Affectionate? Pomeranians can be described as affectionate without going over the top. They quickly become extremely attached to their human family and often select one person as that special human. Pomeranians dislike being separated from their owners for any reason.How often should you wash a Pomeranian dog? ›
Poms should be given a bath every 3 weeks; if body oils are washed away much more often than this, the body can have a hard time keeping up with replenishing those oils which can lead to chronic dry skin issues.How many times a day should Pomeranians eat? ›
Although you might assume they need very little throughout the day to keep their tiny bodies moving, smaller dogs actually need to eat more often than their larger counterparts. Because they burn calories quickly, many experts recommend feeding Pomeranians three times per day.Why is my Pomeranians fur not fluffy? ›
Genetics: Genetics and health issues can play a part in how fluffy Pomeranian's coat appears. The most common reason for your Pomeranian's not-so-fluffy coat is likely due to their lineage. Whatever their parents have, they will likely inherit.
Which is the most famous Pomeranian dog? ›
Boo the Pomeranian may be the most famous dog alive today. His photos are the sweetest sort of eye candy known to man, as millions of his fans on Facebook will attest. But a newly revealed detail about Boo could change everything.What is a teddy bear Pomeranian? ›
There is not a dog breed called a teddy bear Pomeranian. Pomeranian dogs who have dense and correct coats are often said to resemble a "teddy bear". These types of Pom dogs do not suffer any additional health issues. A Pomeranian who resembles a 'teddy bear " is not at any additional risks of coat issues.Do Pomeranian dogs bark a lot? ›
Many people don't realize that Pomeranians are one of the breeds with a tendency to bark often. So when you adopt or buy one, it's essential to know their needs and how much time they need outside for exercise.Are boy or girl Pomeranians better? ›
Males. Male Pomeranians, as many have said, tend to be more affectionate, playful, and exuberant. They treat everyone around them as playmates or friends. Compared to female Pomeranians, male Poms are less moody and more compassionate towards their owners.Are Pomeranians smart? ›
Pomeranians are typically very friendly, playful and active. The breed is very protective of their owners and love to be around them. They are very intelligent and are easily trained. They rank 23rd in Stanley Coren's “The Intelligence of Dogs”, being of excellent working/obedience intelligence.How long do Pomeranian dogs live? ›
Health. The life expectancy of a Pomeranian is 12 to 16 years. A well-bred dog on a good diet with appropriate exercise will have few health problems; if kept trim and fit, the Pomeranian is a sturdy dog.How can you tell if a Pomeranian is purebred? ›
The most common test is to do a mouth saliva swab. The sample is sent off for analysis and 2 to 4 weeks later the results will come back. Most vets can do this test for you. DNA testing can determine if the dog is purebred.What is the most expensive dog? ›
A golden-haired Tibetan mastiff puppy has reportedly been sold for a whopping $2 million in China, potentially making it the world's most expensive dog.Do Pomeranians need blankets? ›
Pillows and blankets – Some Poms like to burrow in a nest of warmth and softness, so if you haven't yet tried to offer some small, soft pillows and a baby blanket, do try this; your Pomeranian may love it!How long can a Pomeranian hold its pee? ›
An adult Pom can hold themselves for up to eight hours. You should never leave your pup for longer than eight hours.
How do you calm a Pomeranian? ›
Exercise is one of the most effective methods of calming a hyper dog down, so being able to dedicate at least thirty minutes out of your usual schedule can surely make a difference. Once you've done that, find a space in your home or a doggy bed where your Pomeranian can settle in when it's time to calm down.Are Pomeranians jealous dogs? ›
Pomeranian Jealousy Behavior. A Pomeranian may show jealous behavior of other people or of other pets. However, there are answers to both dilemmas. Most dogs will display this type of behavior because they are feeling vulnerable and need some time to adjust to a new situation that perhaps they were not ready for.Do Pomeranians bite their owners? ›
Pomeranian puppy biting and growling is very common when they are playing with you and other family members. Pomeranian puppies will chew, moth and bite your hands, arms, legs and even items of clothing.What happens if Pomeranian dog bite? ›
If you've been bitten by a dog, it's important to treat the wound right away to reduce your risk of bacterial infection such as rabies, a life-threatening infection. In some instances, you'll be able to administer first aid to yourself. In other cases, you'll need immediate medical treatment.Why does my Pom follow me everywhere? ›
If your dog follows you everywhere then it's a sign that they trust and love you and that you make them feel safe. Following you very closely can be a sign that they're bored, they want something, they're feeling scared or are just being nosy.Do Pomeranians like hugs? ›
Pomeranians are generally known to be cuddly and affectionate dogs. They like belly rubs and being petted by their owners. Pomeranians love to cuddle, snuggle, and hug their owners.How do you discipline a Pomeranian? ›
To deal with this issue, train your Pomeranian to be quiet on command. Do something such as knocking on a door or a wall to make your dog bark. Once your Pomeranian begins barking, say "Quiet" and immediately reward your dog with treats and praise if the barking stops.How do you dry a Pomeranian after a bath? ›
What is this? You may choose to dry your puppy with a towel, but it's going to take a long time to ensure his coat is 100% dry. So, it's better to pat him as dry as you can and then you can use a blow dryer for the final drying effort.Why do Pomeranians stink? ›
To summarize, toy breeds like the Pomeranian are particularly prone to dental issues. Round the clock, plaque is being produced. It's a clear, stinky substance that clings to teeth. Just a build-up of plaque can be quite smelly.How do you get poop out of a Pomeranian fur? ›
The solution to your pet's matted mass is to gently but thoroughly clip the fur and fecal material away from the anus and surrounding areas and then gently bathe the affected skin with a mild dog shampoo and thoroughly rinse the area. Then pat dry.
What human foods can Pomeranians eat? ›
- Carrots: Can Eat. Both raw and cooked carrots are safe for your dog to eat. ...
- Grapes and Raisins: Can't Eat. ...
- Salt: Limit. ...
- Peanut Butter: Can Eat. ...
- Eggs: Can Eat. ...
- Salmon: Can Eat. ...
- Chocolate: Can't Eat. ...
- Cheese: Limit.
- PetAg Fresh 'N Clean Scented Dog Shampoo – Best Overall. ...
- Frisco Oatmeal Shampoo – Best Value. ...
- Douxo Chlorhexidine PS Dog Shampoo – Premium Choice. ...
- Buddy Wash Original Lavender & Mint Dog Shampoo. ...
- Earthbath Oatmeal & Aloe Fragrance Free Shampoo. ...
- Isle of Dogs Tearless Puppy Shampoo.
However, in regard to people that ask 'Why does my Pomeranian look like a fox? ' this is often coming from those who have red, red sable, red with markings, orange, orange sable, orange brindle or orange with a secondary color of white or cream as these dog are most comparable to the most popular type of fox.How do I make my Pomeranian hair shiny? ›
Rub a pet-formulated conditioner into your Pomeranian's coat after towel-drying. This will make his coat easier to comb out, and it will also add shine and luster to his fur.What is the cutest dog alive? ›
|Species||Canis lupus familiaris|
|Died||January 18, 2019 (aged 12) Buena Park, California, U.S.|
|Known for||“World's cutest dog”|
A Lavender Pomeranian is a unique color variant of the Pomeranian dog breed. A lavender coat is made possible by the presence of a rare dilution gene. When this dilution gene combines with black, it gives the blue shade; similarly, it forms the lavender coat color when it combines with chocolate.Why does my Pomeranian not look like a Pomeranian? ›
Reason 1- It may simply be a matter of age. Young Pomeranian puppies DO have short hair. Newborns have a coat so short that it barely stands out from the body. By the time an owner obtains an 8-week-old puppy, the coat is still rather short.What is Monkey stage in Pomeranian? ›
The "puppy uglies" or "monkey phase" is a normal development phase of the Pomeranian. It usually occurs from 4-7 months, sometimes even earlier or later, this is when the Pomeranian puppy sheds his fluffy puppy coat and starts to look like an ugly duckling.What is the most common color of Pomeranians? ›
Orange Pomeranians are the most popular color and are also the most common to see. Colors such as black, white, brown, and gray are also common. Solid coated colors are normally easier to find than patterned, parti or tri colors. Patterns like sable, merle and brindle are much harder to breed.Do you have to cut a Pomeranians hair? ›
You don't need to shave a Pomeranian to badly affect their fur. If their hair is cut too short with scissors, it can take their coat a long time to recover. Some fashion trends among Pomeranian owners put style ahead of the dog's health, even if it is done unwittingly.
Should Pomeranians wear collars? ›
Wearing a collar is not an ideal choice for most Pomeranians. Continued use of a collar for Pomeranian will damage the full, thick coat. Collars are also a safety hazard, it is not unheard of for dogs to be found hanging by their collar.What two dogs make a Pomeranian? ›
|Common nicknames||Pom Dog, Pom-Pom, Pom, Zwers, Tumbleweed|
Fox-Face Pomeranians are what the purebred Pomeranian should look like according to the breed standards. Though most breeders won't call them “Fox-Face” Poms, they're bred to follow the breed guidelines of a longer snout and pointed fox ears.Is there a Pomeranian that doesn't shed? ›
The answer will probably surprise most non-Pomeranian owners because contrary to popular belief Pomeranians don't shed much fur. Most double-coated, longhaired dog breeds don't shed heaps all the time. The Pomeranian shedding stage can be easily managed.What is a teddy bear face Pomeranian? ›
The teddy bear face Pom is a short nose Pomeranian. The teddy face Pomeranian snout is significantly shorter, with a well defined stop and the cheeks appear to be fuller. This Pom also has correct full head and body coat.