You won’t be able to miss a Pomeranian with a soft and fluffy chocolate-colored coat but, what is a Chocolate Pomeranian.
Chocolate Pomeranians have a double coat that is full of chocolate brown-colored fur that can range from a deep brown to light chocolate. Chocolate Pomeranians will always have matching brown-colored noses, eyelids, lips, and paw pads.
In this article, I provide everything you would want to know about Chocolate Brown Pomeranians. Let’s dig in.
- What Is A Chocolate Pomeranian
- What Does A Chocolate Pomeranian Look Like
- Is There More Than One Type Of Chocolate Pomeranian
- Are Chocolate Pomeranians The Same As Brown Pomeranians
- Whats The Difference Between A Chocolate Pomeranian And A Black Pomeranian
- What Is A Chocolate Pomeranians Temperament
- How Big Do Chocolate Pomeranians Get
- Do Chocolate Pomeranians Have Health Problems
- What Is The Lifespan Of A Chocolate Pomeranian
- Are Chocolate Pomeranians Brown At Birth
- Are Chocolate Pomeranians Hard To Keep Clean
- How Are Chocolate Pomeranians Bred
- Are Chocolate Pomeranians Rare
- How Much Do Chocolate Pomeranians Cost
- Where Can I Get A Chocolate Pomeranian
- Where Did Chocolate Pomeranians Come From
- Do Chocolate Pomeranians Make Good Show Dogs
- List Of Chocolate Colored Dogs
- Chocolate Pomeranian Facts
- Final Thoughts
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What Is A Chocolate Pomeranian
A Chocolate Pomeranian is a Pomeranian that has a beautiful solid coat of chocolate brown fur with self-colored points (eyelids, lips, nose, and paw pads).
What Is Self Coloring
Self-coloring or self-colored is a term that is used when a dog’s points (eyelids, nose, lips, and paw pads) match the color of the dog’s coat.
What Does A Chocolate Pomeranian Look Like
A chocolate brown Pomeranian will have a beautiful double coat of brown fur that can range in shade density from light to dark even including some reddish tones.
Is There More Than One Type Of Chocolate Pomeranian
There is only one solid-colored brown Pomeranian but, the chocolate color can appear in different patterns that are found within the Pomeranian breed.
- Chocolate Sable
- Chocolate and Tan
- Chocolate Merle
What Are Chocolate Sable Pomeranians
Chocolate Sable Pomeranians will have a brown base coat with genetics that allow the sable pattern to be present.
The sable pattern results in dark brown tips on a chocolate dog, giving the appearance of the dog wearing a saddle.
Are Chocolate Pomeranians The Same As Brown Pomeranians
Chocolate and Brown Pomeranians are the exact same thing. Both names are correct when describing or labeling a Brown Colored Pomeranian.
The official breed standard for Pomeranians often uses the word brown to indicate this coat color.
Whats The Difference Between A Chocolate Pomeranian And A Black Pomeranian
The difference between a Chocolate Brown Pomeranian and a Black Pomeranian is the presence of two recessive B genes on the Brown Locus in Brown Pomeranians.
What Is A Chocolate Pomeranians Temperament
Pomeranians are bold little dogs that love to cuddle.
As a breed, you can expect a Pomeranian to be a devoted member of your family.
Some of the words that have been used to describe a Pomeranian’s temperament are.
How Big Do Chocolate Pomeranians Get
On average Chocolate, Pomeranians weigh between 3 to 7 lbs and are 6 to 7 inches tall.
Even with the clear AKC Standard, many Pomeranians will find themselves outside of standard size.
Do Chocolate Pomeranians Have Health Problems
Pomeranians are very healthy dogs overall.
There are some health conditions that a Pomeranian will be more prone to developing.
What Is The Lifespan Of A Chocolate Pomeranian
Chocolate Pomeranians will live on average from 12 to 14 years of age.
Are Chocolate Pomeranians Brown At Birth
Chocolate brown Pomeranians will always be brown at birth.
Unlike other Pomeranian coat colors, a Brown Pomeranian is easy to identify at birth and will have minimal changes in its coat color over its life span.
The only change you can expect is lightning or a change towards a reddish hue if your Chocolate Pomeranian spends a lot of time in the sun.
Can Other Pomeranian Coat Colors Look Like Chocolate At Birth
A Chocolate colored Pomeranian is very obvious at birth but, some may confuse a cream, beaver, or lavender-colored Pomeranian as being a chocolate puppy.
Beaver and Lavender Pomeranians are considered diluted colors. Both coat colors will have genetics that dilutes the intensity of their original coat colors.
Are Chocolate Pomeranians Hard To Keep Clean
Chocolate Brown Pomeranians are easier to keep clean when compared to the lighter colored coat colors.
A Brown Pomeranian will need routine brushing, nail trimming, and the occasional bath.
How Are Chocolate Pomeranians Bred
Breeding Chocolate Pomeranians can be tricky.
Chocolate Pomeranians are actually black dogs genetically with two recessive genes found on the B Brown locus.
In order for a puppy to have a brown coat, its parents must be chocolate themselves or both carry and pass on the recessive gene.
Due to the large number of genetic variants found within the Pomeranian breed, it can be hard to pinpoint two dogs that will constantly produce Chocolate Brown Pomeranians.
Due to advancements in the science of DNA, breeders are able to test their dogs through a saliva test and determine what genes they have and which ones they may pass on while breeding.
Are Chocolate Pomeranians Rare
Chocolate Pomeranians are rare due to a brown Pomeranian needing to have two recessive genes in order to have a chocolate brown coat.
How Much Do Chocolate Pomeranians Cost
A Chocolate Pomeranian will cost between $2000 and $6000.
The exact price of your chocolate brown puppy will be determined by the dog’s bloodlines, travel expenses, and supply and demand.
Where Can I Get A Chocolate Pomeranian
You will need to find a breeder that has a chocolate brown puppy currently available for sale or a breeder that specializes in Brown Pomeranians.
Are Chocolate Pomeranians Hard To Find
Due to the difficult breeding process to produce brown Pomeranians, a chocolate brown Pomeranian can be hard to find.
Where Did Chocolate Pomeranians Come From
The chocolate brown coat color is one of the earlier coat colors and can be found in documentation as far back as the 1700s.
The chocolate brown color was extremely popular in the early years of the breed.
Do Chocolate Pomeranians Make Good Show Dogs
Brown Pomeranians were once extremely popular inside of the show ring winning many awards.
In recent years the darker fur colors have had a harder time finding success due to the thought that the lighter orange, cream, and white are preferred by many judges.
It’s all a matter of individual preference from judge to judge.
If you are considering getting into the world of showing Pomeranians I would suggest getting involved with programs and breed clubs before selecting your own dog to show.
List Of Chocolate Colored Dogs
Pomeranians are not the only breed that has a chocolate brown colored coat. Some other dog breeds with brown coats are.
- Labrador Retreivers
- Great Dane
- Chesapeake Bay Retreiver
- Newfoundland Dog
- Irish Water Spaniel
- Chow Chow
- Shar Pei
Chocolate Pomeranian Facts
- Chocolate Pomeranians are black dogs with ressesive genes making their fur brown
- Chocolate Pomeranians are rare
- A Brown Pomeranian can live up to 14 years of age on average
- Five different Pomeranian coat colors cant contain chocolate colored fur
- Chocolate Pomeranians will have self-colored points
- Chocolate Pomeranians usually weight between 3 to 7 pounds
- A Brown Pomeranian is usualy 6 to 7 inches tall
- A Brown Pomeranian will always be brown at birth
- Other Pomeranian coat colors may appear chocolate at birth
- Brown coat color is one of the orginal colors
- Chocolate Brown Pomeranians were once favored as show dogs
Chocolate Pomeranians have a special place in my heart (I think I might say that of all colors).
Our Cream Pomeranian’s dad was a Chocolate Pomeranian named Coffee. He was a spunky little devil that jumped a fence in order to breed with Murphy’s mom.
He had a determination that resulted in my Murphy.