Pommania Pomeranians 

Show Kennels in England.

Black & Tan

 WE HAVE NO DISQUALIFIED COLOURS IN THE UK BREED STANDARD SO DO NOT LISTEN TO ANYONE WHO TELLS YOU THERE ARE. BLACK AND TAN CAN BE SHOWN BUT IF THE ARE THEY MUST BE OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY TO WIN AND WE HAVE WON WITH OUR B&T's ROSIE AND KODIE UNDER SOME OF THE BEST JUDGES LIKE FRANK KANE AND DEREK HILL WHO GAVE KODIE HIS FIRST RCC. THEY KNOW WHAT THE BREED STANDARD SAYS ABOUT THIS COLOUR. AS FAR AS THE KENNEL CLUB ARE CONCERNED BLACK AND TAN IS AN ACCEPTED COLOUR IN OUR COUNTRY AND SHOULD BE JUDGED AS AN EQUAL!!

WE WILL HAVE MORE BLACK AND TAN POMS IN THE RING 


Pomeranians with the "& Tan pattern" or "Tan Pointed" come in three base colors - black, brown and blue. All three base colors share the same tan marking pattern.

Pattern: The pattern is sharply defined with Tan points appearing above each eye, on both sides of the muzzle, cheeks, inside of ears, throat, fore chest which has either one very large tan spot or two tan spots called "rosettes" on each side of the chest above the front legs; on all legs and feet, there may be a distinct "pencil mark" line in the base color running lengthwise on the top of each toe on all four feet; the underside of the tail which is on top when the tail is carried over the back; and the pantaloons or skirt. The tan color ranges from a light cream (sometimes referred to as "silver") to a dark mahogany rust. Occasionally there is a lack of the & Tan pattern causing some of the markings to be lost or diminished.

Dogs with any white, other than age graying on the muzzle, with tan markings in areas other than those described here, or without tan markings in the required areas are more correctly referred to as black, brown or blue with tan markings parti color.


Black & Tan

Black & Tan poms are black poms with tan or rust. The undercoat of the base color should be a lighter shade of the base color and the points (eye rims, nose, lips and pads) should be black. In Black & Tan dogs of equal quality, darker rust markings are preferred over lighter tan markings.

Brown & Tan

Brown & Tan, referred to as Chocolate & Tan, include all shades from darkest chocolate to light beaver with tan or rust. They should have brown points, the darkness of the points should be in keeping with the darkness of the base coat color.

Blue & Tan

Blue & Tan poms are blue poms with tan or rust. They should have blue points, the darkness of the points should be in keeping with the darkness of the base coat color.