Parti Poms

This is a page dedicated to Parti pomeranian puppies that have been born here at Dee Dee’s poms through the years. I will add new photos as I am able in order to give you a good idea of how beautiful and unique these little parti pups are.

According to the American Pomeranian Club,  “a parti-colored Pomeranian is one with more than one coat color. Ideally, the parti Pomeranian is a white dog with colors that are distributed in patches on the body, with a white blaze preferred on the head.  The patches may be in any of the solid colors. All the patches must be the same color.  Symmetry of facial markings is desirable.”  A true “parti” must have 50% or more of white in their coat.

Of course, none of these babies are for sale….they have all found their forever homes, but if you want to see our current pomeranian puppies for sale, you can go to the “pomeranian puppies for sale” page or just click on the yellow button that says “available puppies”  on the right hand side of the home page.

Enjoy!

23 Responses to Parti Poms

  1. Stan Lukaszewski says:

    We got a Parti Pom over 16 years ago from a lady in bastrop. She meet me at the Mc donalds at X mas time and he was the joy of our lives. He lived 16 years, Was about 12 pound very health and very loved .If that was one of your let us know .I Aug my wife will hit 60 and I waned to see if we might get another parti pom big like Tribble our baby. Let me know. Tsan

    • Dee Dee says:

      Hi Stan,
      I don’t think that would have been me as we were in Austin during that time and I don’t remember ever driving out to Bastrop. I am SO sorry to hear about the loss of your pom. I would love to help you find a new puppy. I have some new litters coming in August and September. If you are interested in pursuing a pom from us, just let me know! 🙂

  2. DeeĎeè Ŕojas says:

    Looking for a pomeranian wolf Sable

  3. Donna Cowan says:

    Dee Dee, your poms are very pretty…I want a parti pom…The pic on your home page
    that baby is so pretty…I would like to be put on this when you do have more babies
    Thank You
    Donna

    • Dee Dee says:

      Hi Donna,
      All I need from you to be put on my waiting list is a completed buyer’s questionnaire. It can be found on my website under “purchasing” and submitted from there as well. I look foward to helping you find just the right one! 🙂

  4. Anna says:

    I’m curious to know what is the difference between your poms and the ones I’ve seen at other places. Quite honestly, most poms don’t even look like Pomeranians when they get older. They just look like a mix especially the ones with no double coats.

    • Dee Dee says:

      Hi Anna , not quite sure what you are asking, and I’m not sure what other poms you are talking about….there are so many out there. The American Kennel Club has set a “standard” for the pomeranian that I try to strive for. There are obviously no perfect pomeranians, but it is our goal to produce as close to that standard as possible as well as having pups that are well adjusted with fantastic temperaments. Pomeranians are naturally sweet tempered with wonderful personalities but not realizing that the temperament is just as genetically influenced as the color or type, you can wind up with undesirable traits. I love beautiful pomeranians, but temperament is equally important to me.

  5. Chrissy says:

    Hello Dee Dee,

    I am looking for a male parti pom but I do not see your past pups. Could you post their photos? Thanks in advance.

    • Dee Dee says:

      Hi Chrissy,
      You can see a lot of my past poms on the “past poms” page. I have new litters coming in July. Not sure if we will get a male parti, but we will keep our fingers crossed! 🙂

  6. Mary Posta says:

    Dee Dee, I was adopted by a male party pomp 13 years ago. He wouldn’t take his eyes off of me and appeared to be saying “He wanted me”. Three days later I couldn’t get him out of my mind so I went 300 miles back and got him. It had nothing to do with him being a parti or even being a pomp. It was an immediate bond brought on by him. Since then I have had him as my service dog for 12 years. He has never gone through any training, he just seems to know my needs and alerts me ever time. He never leaves my side. Very social and loving to everyone but never leaves my side. He is so in tuned and devoted to me. Excellent temperament!!! Unfortunately, he is getting older and needs to retire. We purchased another pom 6 years ago to train in order to replace Otto when he retires. I don’t think that is going to work. We love her and so does everyone else. The down fall is that she in turns loves everyone!!! She forgets all about me the second someone walks up. Otto is a true pom with the black tips on ears, tail, and the black eyeliner (so I call it). He has a thick coat of black, sable, orange, and white. All white underneath, legs and feathers, tail, with a mask of white on his eyes and mussel, much like his husky relatives. He also has some white on his back. People first think he is a Shellie until they see his size. He is a large pom ranging from 12 to 14 lb. I love his size, to large for birds. His downfalls are his bad teeth, he’s had bad teeth from day one, and his back. He had a ruptured disk which the vet recommended putting him down for at age 11. I got a second opinion who said he could attempt surgery. We did and he walks, runs, plays, etc. Only with a little wobble to his gate now. The girl we bought is sable and white with very little black hidden in her thick coat. We would never get rid of Cinbad, she is part of the family and we love her dearly. I know Otto is one of a kind and can never be replaced but a new service dog can bring his own talents and specialties to my life. My needs now are basically for a companion dog. Someone I can turn my attention to when I start getting anxious. He needs to be a very sensitive dog to my needs and lots of love to offer me. I am looking for another large (10 to 14 labs.) parti pom preferred sable, black, orange, and white. Sounds like I’m trying to duplicate Otto.
    Well, I’ve given you enough information, I think, so you can have an idea of what kind of pup I’m looking for. I trust your decision on temperament, sensitivity, and coloring. I’m sure you know a lot more about the pup I’m talking about than I do. My dogs bark very little, noise gets to me real fast. I’m not in a rush yet. Getting the right pup is the priority right now. Do you think you might run across the kind of pup I’m looking for someday in one of your litters? Thanks so much for reading my lengthy email and for your consideration. Mary

    • Dee Dee says:

      Hi Mary,
      Thanks so much for your interest in our pomeranians. We do have sable poms quite often, and I do occasionally have larger ones, but not as often. I have several litters due in the next couple of months, so maybe we will have something you will love. I will be keeping my website updated as the new litters arrive. Let me know if you see one you love! 🙂
      Best regards,
      Debi

  7. Patti says:

    I am looking for a male black and white parti Pom. Do you have any? Also, indicate size and price

  8. Linda says:

    Hi do you ever get full blue Poms or blue parti poms?

  9. Betty Baird says:

    Do you have any pictures of your Party Poms? Thank you

  10. Gail Rossetti says:

    Available puppies? Could you post pictures?

    • Dee Dee says:

      I am in the process of posting puppies this week. Let me know if there is something specific you are looking for and I will let you know if we have one.

  11. Gail Rossetti says:

    Looking for a female pom puppy. If available, please send pictures and prices.Thank you. Where are you located?

    • Dee Dee says:

      If I could respectfully ask you to fill out my Buyer’s Questionnaire (found on my website under Purchasing), I can respond to that with some photos of the females I have available.
      Thanks!

  12. Judy Brown says:

    Looking for a female Orange party pomeranian. Some call them wee pomeranian.

    • Dee Dee says:

      I love the orange parti poms too. I don’t currently have any available, but there is always the possibility in upcoming litters! 🙂

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