It is just me or a lot of people are searching for a white pomeranian?
Oh, It is me!! But not just me…
White colour in poms is really hard to get and maintain. On top of all, also good quality is hard to maintain after several breeding in white colour.
So when looking for a white pom you need to be extra precautions!
Why you ask?
When you see those cute white balls of pure sweetness it is really hard to resist. And the scammers know that. They publish photoshopped pictures of white poms making their eyes big and their noses small, which contributes to their cuteness and doll like expression. People not realizing it is not natural pom fall for this and send a huge amount of cash but not getting what they wanted. Or even not getting anything at all.
As mentioned before, white colour is hard to maintain. If there are some lemon shades behind puppy’s ears, on top of the head or on the back legs, your puppy is more likely creme. Or is going to turn out this way. Don’t forget puppy’s colour is developing and constantly changing, so at 4 months your puppy might be totally white but at the 7 months of age , when those guard hair take in, colour will darken. In show rings there has come so far dogs are being bleached to avoid those lemon shades. So white is really just a fantasy and nothing more..
Other thing to consider is the breed. Make sure you are buying a white pomeranian and not any other spitz. Japanese spitz for example come just in white colour and it is easy for layman to confuse the two breeds when they are puppies.
Last, white colour poms are one of the most expensive among other colours poms out there.
Guess fantasies do end eventually..
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