COLOUR IN POMERANIANS
Pomeranians are born more often than not a different colour to their final colour.
They change gradually with 2 major sheds over the first 2 years of their lives.
Hence when you buy a Pomeranian from a breeder you can take his or her guide to the colour - even this will not be written in stone,as breeders can be wrong about colour,but it is a good rule of thumb to check with the breeder for the colours that are in the line and what they could turn out to be.
A very dark puppy could end up a red Sable - that is red undercoat and black top coat.
Puppies born creamish can turn out to be orange - some darker than others.
Most puppies that are born with a cream chest and pants will retain that feature although their main coat could change considerably.
Puppies born with what appears to be a tan mixed with cream and a darker colour are in all probability going to be orange sables, but again the amount of sabling can vary from puppy to puppy.