Wolf Sable Pomeranians

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  1. cerigitts

    cerigitts PetForums Member

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    My mother would like another Pomeranian, however the coloring she wants is Wolf Sable, so very similar to my Keeshond that i'll be getting soon

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    Anyone know of any breeders that have more luck having litters with this coloring ?
     
  2. cerigitts

    cerigitts PetForums Member

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    Just thought I'd bump this, see if anyone can help ?
     
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    dandogman PetForums VIP

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    Gosh, just googled, I can see why she wants this colouring! :)
     
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    cerigitts PetForums Member

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    Well I've got a Keeshond, she loves the colouring so would love a Pomeranian to match !
     
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    Stunning colouring!
     
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    For a long time the color wasn't favored - especially in the foundation times of the Pomeranian it was heavily culled out.

    I LOVE this color but it will be difficult to find.

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  8. Reverie

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    Stunning dogs, I hope you manage to find one but it could be difficult. It's pretty hard to find a pom from a good breeder full stop since the litters are so small. :(
     
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    cerigitts PetForums Member

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    Thing I've noticed with Pom breeders is not a great deal of them breed for pets, they tend to hold onto their litter for as long as possible to see which pups are show worthy....even seen them selling older pups after they've had their use of them in the ring :/
     
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    Yep, that seems to be pretty normal for top pom breeders. I remember enquiring a couple of years ago into poms (timing ended up not being right for a dog) and was offered a couple of 8 month plus pups from breeders that turned out not to be good show prospects. Also I had wanted a bitch but turned out to be nigh impossible! Female poms are like gold dust apparently! :D
     
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