Pomeranian Eye Colors

The Eyes Have It!

By: Carol Keen

Guess what? Poms actually have several eye colors. All those beautiful eyes! Some aren’t seen that often.

Self coloring eyes are basically hazel on chocolate dogs and a blue-ish look on blue dogs. Blue eyes, which are naturally occurring in white Poms on some occasions, are more well known for being a genetic indicator of a merle Pomeranian. You can read more about merle poms by clicking that link, but read this page first.

Below you are going to see photos of several colors of Pomeranians, with a focus on their eye coloration.

Warning! This is a long page! My Poms smile a lot too, so here are some good smiles, and some lovely eye colors!

Keen Pomeranians Round Eyes Brown or Dark Eyes
The new round eyes of most show Pomeranians, with the dark brown show standard coloration.
Brown Pomeranian Eye color Keen Pomeranians
Brown Pomeranian Eye color Keen Pomeranians
Stunning Brown Eyes Keen Pomeranian
I call these “melt your soul” brown eyes. They are a lighter shade and every expressive.
Lovely almond shape and brown eyes. Keen Pomeranians
Proper Almond shaped eyes, in the brown coloration.

Hazel Eyed Pomeranians – Also called Self-Coloring Eyes

Hazel or Self-Coloring Eyes Chocolate Parti Pomeranian Keen Pomeranians
Hazel eyes are called self-coloring because this dog is a chocolate base.
Gold Pomeranian Eyes Keen Pomeranians
Gold eyes. These brown eyes are headed towards yellow. I think they are beautiful, and the more gold or yellow the more recessive genes the dog has.
Self Coloring Hazel Eyes on a Blue Pomeranian Keen Pomeranians
Self coloring eyes. Hazel on a blue pom.
Yellow Wolf like Eyes Pomeranian Keen Pomeranians
Yellow eyes. This is a blue based dog, Blue Brindle, and the yellow wolf like eyes of this dog are an amazing indicator of the recessive genes this dog carries. The color is very hard to have show up properly on many computers.
Yellow eyed Wolf Eyed Pomeranian Keen Pomeranians
What beautiful uniqueness of the genes!
Yellow eyes like this make the Pom who has them look like a wolf.

Blue and Double Blue Eyed Pomeranians

Odd Eyed Pomeranian One Blue Eye One Brown Eye Keen Pomeranians
How amazing Percy’s odd eyes are!
One soft brown, and one blue. His blue eye comes from his merle genes.
Odd eyes on a Pomeranian. One Blue Eye One Brown Eye Keen Pomeranians
Another example of odd eyes in a Pom.
The brown eye for this girl is darker than Percy’s.
Again, her blue eye is due to her merle genes.
One Blue Eye One Hazel Eye Merle Parti Pomeranian Keen Pomeranians
Odd eyes on a Chocolate Merle Parti. The odd eye is self-coloring hazel for this Pom.
Hazel and blue eyes on this Pomeranian Puppy Keen Pomeranians
Chocolate Parti Merle with one dark and one eye self-coloring.
Double Blue Eyed  Merle Pomeranian Keen Pomeranians
Double Blue Eyes! There’s not quite anything like them. This gal is a chocolate merle. The merle gene landing in both eyes gives her double blue eyes.
Blue Eyed White Pomeranian Keen Pomeranians
Blue eyes are amazing on a white Pomeranian coat!
Side View Double Blue Eyed Merle White Pomeranian Keen Pomeranians
This is a side view of the same girl’s eyes.
Stunning Double Blue Eyes Merle Pomeranians from Keen Pomeranians
The color of the blue eyes in a merle is also varying.
This boy’s eyes are startling bright blue.
Double Blue Eyed Merle Pari Pomeranian Blue Merle Parti Keen Pomeranians
More double blue eyes in an Orange Sable Merle Parti girl.
Orange Sable Merle Pomeranian Double Blue Eyes Keen Pomeranians
Stunning Double blue eyes on an Orange Sable Merle.
Blue Merle Parti 
Double Blue Eyed Pomeranian 
Keen Pomeranians
This Blue Merle Parti has lovely double blue eyes.
A Sable Parti Merle with  2X blue eyes Keen Pomeranians
Here’s double blue eyes on a sable parti merle.