Tag Pomeranian

Pomeranian Mixes

Peek-A-Poms low-shedding, mellow dogs that are a cross between the Pekingese and Pomeranian. Then, thereโ€™s the docile Shiranian, which is part Shih Tzu and part Pom. Do you want a fluffy, yet hypoallergenic pooch? The Pom and Cotton mix is perfect for you!

How Much Does A Pomeranian Cost?

On average, Pomeranians cost between $500 and $1,500. However, their price can go up to $4,000 depending on the color of their fur and how lush it is. Although this dog is small, it does require a lot of grooming, which can result in monthly costs of around $300.

Pomeranian Haircuts

If timeless is what you want, then the Show Cut never gets old. Itโ€™s a bit tricky to maintain but absolutely adorable on your pup. You can also try out the Foxy or the Bear Cut, which are sure to turn heads and get plenty of compliments at the dog park!

Merle Pomeranian

The Merle Pomeranian is a fairly new coat color in the world of Pomeranian dog breed. It is so beautiful that the Merle Pomeranian is one of the most sought-after in the US. However, you wouldnโ€™t see a Merle Pomeranian in some countries since kennel clubs like the FCI do not accept this color. Though recently, there have been cases where Merle Pomeranians have been allowed to join AKC dog competitions.

Teacup Pomeranian

A Teacup Pomeranian is not really a separate, distinct breed of Pomeranians. The Pomeranian is just one breed but different sizes of these dogs are nicknamed accordingly. Teacup Pomeranians or Miniature Pomeranians are usually the runt of the litter or are undersized when born. Breeders would usually pair undersized dogs to make them as small as possible.

Pomeranian Lifespan

Now, what is the lifespan of a Pomeranian and what are these poochโ€™s common health issues? The average lifespan of a Pomeranian typically falls between 12 to 16 years. And during its lifespan, the Pomeranian is predisposed to diseases and medical conditions such as obesity, hypothyroidism and patellar luxation, just to mention a few.

White Pomeranian

So what are White Pomeranians? They are Pomeranians that have been carefully bred to have a clear snow-white color. White Pom-Poms are hard to find because the white color is recessive. Hence, it takes much time and effort to breed dogs that will have a pure white color. This is why they are often so rare and cost a bit on the high side.