Rare lavender Pomeranians have unique fur colors ranging from light chocolate to lilac and gray, making them highly coveted and expensive due to their scarcity.
Brindle Pomeranians feature captivating tiger-like dark stripes over their tan or brown fur, with the pattern extending across their entire coat, including paws, backs, foreheads, and even a possible dark stripe down the middle of their backs.
Blue Pomeranians have solid-colored coats ranging from dark gray to silver or grayish blue, resulting from a dilute recessive gene, with their blue or blueish gray eye rims, nose, and paw pads setting them apart from black Pomeranians.
Wolf sable Pomeranians have a solid base color combined with darker-tipped hairs, creating a unique and mesmerizing coat pattern resembling that of a wild wolf, with variations ranging from gray to cream, and genetic testing is required for accurate identification.
White Pomeranians, once common but now rare, have a recessive gene for their icy coat, requiring the absence of pigmentation or colored genes for multiple generations to achieve this coveted color.
Beaver Pomeranians exhibit a unique dilute form of brown or chocolate, ranging from cream-beige to orange-brown, with distinguishing features such as liver or beige-brown noses, eye rims, lips, and paw pads, setting them apart from orange Poms.
Merle Pomeranians have a striking and rare color pattern, but breeding two merle Pomeranians together can lead to health issues in double merle puppies, making responsible breeders cautious about such pairings.