Orange Poms

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Orange and Orange Sable Pomeranians have been the traditional color for pomeranians for a very long time.  Most of the pups used for showing in the show ring are orange.  If the orange coat is tipped with black, this is called “sabling” and the color is designated as “orange sable”.  If the coat has no black hair at all, then the pup can be classified as a clear “orange”.  These orange poms can be light, some with very light cream shading.  Or they can have lots of darker orange, classifying them more as a true “red” pom.  There is a wide variety of shades within the color, but all of the oranges are just lovely and what most people think of when they envision a pom.

The orange sables are almost always born very dark….almost black.  More than half will lose all of the black tipping by the time they are adults showing only shades of orange in their coat. But some will keep some of the pretty black tipping and sometimes will even keep a black mask.  True color on the orange sables will not be known until their adult coat comes in around 12 months of age….but they will for sure be some shade of orange or cream.

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!

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