A deep warm red coat sets a Red Pomeranian apart from all of the other colors but, what is a Red Pomeranian and how are they different?
Red Pomeranians have a coat that is full of deep russet-colored fur often with a lighter shade on its chest. A Red Pomeranian will always have black-colored points (nose, eyelids, lips, and paw pads).
In this article, I dig into everything you may want to know about firey Red Pomeranians.
- What Are Red Pomeranians
- What Does A Red Pomeranian Look Like
- Is There More Than One Type Of Red Pomeranian
- Are Red Pomeranians The Same As Orange Pomeranians
- What Is A Red Pomeranians Temperament
- How Big Do Red Pomeranians Get
- Do Red Pomeranians Have Health Problems
- What Is The Average Lifespan Of A Red Pomeranian
- Are Red Pomeranians Red At Birth
- Are Red Pomeranans Hard To Clean
- Are Red Pomeranians Rare
- Are Red Pomeranians Popular
- Where Did Red Pomeranians Come From
- How Much Does A Red Pomeranian Cost
- Where Can I Get A Red Pomeranian
- Do Red Pomeranians Make Good Show Dogs
- List Of Red Colored Dogs
- Red Pomeranian Facts
- Final Thoughts
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What Are Red Pomeranians
Red Pomeranians have a dark and vibrant coat of red fur that ranges in intensity from almost orange to a deep rich russet color.
What Does A Red Pomeranian Look Like
A Red Pomeranian will have a thick double coat of red fur.
Some Red Pomeranians will have a full coat of fur with the red color being the same intensity throughout its coat.
Other Red Pomeranians can have lighter red fur in their chest area with darker red fur on it’s back, head, and legs.
Red Pomeranians will always have black points (noses, eyelids, lips, and paw pads).
Is There More Than One Type Of Red Pomeranian
Besides the solid Red Pomeranian, there are other Pomeranian coat colors that can include red fur.
- Red Sable
- Red and Tan
Are Red Pomeranians The Same As Orange Pomeranians
Although red and orange Pomeranians often look similar they are officially different coat colors.
Orange and Red Pomeranians will have different genetics creating their warm-colored coats.
What Is A Red Pomeranians Temperament
Pomeranians are very happy and alert companions.
I have many dogs in my life including some within the spitz family and I’ve never had a dog that comes close to being as good of a companion as my Pomeranians do.
Pomeranians enjoy being by your side and are always their for a quick snuggle and stress reliever.
Some of the words most often used to describe Pomeranians are.
How Big Do Red Pomeranians Get
Red Pomeranians on average weigh between 3 and 7 pounds with a height of 6 to 7 inches.
Even with the AKC Breed Standard, many Pomeranians will be smaller or larger than the standard.
Pomeranians that are smaller than the breed standard are often referred to as “Teacup Pomeranians“.
A Pomeranian that is larger than the breed standard may be a “Throwback Pomeranian“.
Do Red Pomeranians Have Health Problems
Pomeranians are considered healthy dogs overall.
There are some health conditions that Pomeranians are more vulnerable to developing.
What Is The Average Lifespan Of A Red Pomeranian
Red Pomeranians can live from 12 to 14 years on average.
Are Red Pomeranians Red At Birth
Red Pomeranians can be red at birth but, may also appear orange or sable with black markings.
You will not know the true color of a Red Pomeranian until it is fully grown and has transitioned from its puppy coat to its adult coat.
Many Pomeranians will have noticeable changes to their coats within the first year of life. You can expect some dogs to have their fur darken as it ages while others may lighten.
Are Red Pomeranans Hard To Clean
Red Pomeranians are not hard to clean.
Pomeranians in general give the impression that they are high maintenance but, I have found the opposite to be true.
You should expect to brush your Pomeranian routinely, trim its nails, and bath it as needed.
Are Red Pomeranians Rare
Red Pomeranians are rare with the similar colored Orange Pomeranian being more common in comparison. A deep russet Red Pomeranian will be harder to find.
Parti and Red and Tan-colored coats that have some red fur are considered even rarer than a solid Red Pomeranian.
Are Red Pomeranians Popular
Red and Orange Pomeranians are the most Popular coat colors within the Pomeranian breed.
The classic warm colored coats have a long history with many famous Red Pomeranians including Queens Victorias prized Pomeranian Marco.
Where Did Red Pomeranians Come From
Due to the lack of recording, it’s hard to know for sure where Red Pomeranians came from.
Red Pomeranians are one of the older coat colors documented and accepted by the AKC.
The first Pomeranains had lighter coats in shades of white, cream, beige, and grey. It’s assumed at some point that another spitz breed bred with Pomeranians to develop additional coat colors.
How Much Does A Red Pomeranian Cost
Red Pomeranians cost between $1400 and $6000.
The wide range in price for a Red Pomeranian will depend on specific factors including the puppy’s bloodlines, availability, and the travel expenses required to deliver the puppy to you.
Are Red Pomeranians Hard To Find
It can be challenging to confirm that a puppy will be a Red Pomeranian by the time it goes home with its forever family.
Many puppies that appear red at birth will end up having an orange coat after it goes through “The Puppy Uglies” around 10 to 14 months of age.
Due to the changes expected within the first year of life, it’s best to find a breeder that specializes in Red Pomeranians to increase your chances of getting a red dog.
Whether your new family member is red or orange you are sure to have lots of love and joy enter your life.
Where Can I Get A Red Pomeranian
When searching for a specific colored Pomeranian it’s always best to seek out a breeder that specializes in that color.
With the wide variety of coat colors and patterns with the Pomeranian breed, it can be hard to find the exact one you are looking for if you don’t locate a breeder with that specialty.
Do Red Pomeranians Make Good Show Dogs
Red Pomeranians make great show dogs.
The warmer coat colors like red, orange, cream, and bright white are often preferred within the show ring.
This is extremely subjective and will depend on each unique judge and the competition.
I suggest getting involved with your local clubs before selecting a dog for showing.
List Of Red Colored Dogs
There are many other dog breeds that share this deep red-colored coat.
- Irish Setter
- Golden Retreiver
- Shiba Inu
- Miniature Pincher
- Cocker Spaniel
- Irish Terrier
Red Pomeranian Facts
- Red Pomeranians are rare
- Red and Orange Pomeranians are not the same
- Red Pomeranians can weight between 3 and 7 pounds
- Red Coats are one of the most popular Pomeranian colors
- There are five variations of red coats
- A Red Pomeranian puppy will cost between $1400 and $6000
- The average lifespan of a Pomeranian is up to 14 years
- A red coat is often a popular choice for show dogs
- A Red Pomeranian is often 6 to 7 inches tall
- Red Pomeranians can be hard to distingish at birth
Red Pomeranians give me cheerful, sassy, and fun-loving vibes.
I can see why this deep warm color has become a favorite of many.
I would love to know if you have a Red Pomeranian or are on the hunt for one.
Regardless of their coat color Pomeranians are extremely special dogs and make the best companions.