It looks like an extremely poorly bred Pom. This is what backyard breeders, "casual" breeders and puppymillers don't understand. When you breed poor examples of the breed to other poor examples of the breed, you get even worse examples of the breed. Like this poor creature, for example.
That's a shame. I hope whoever they sell it to realizes that the dog will need special care. Since they say it's so rare (which, no, albinos are not rare, especially not these days) they probably don't even know what care it needs.
And it doesn't look like a Pomeranian at all except in it's coat thickness. Very poorly bred looking.
The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way it's animals are treated. ~Gandhi
Hi, actually there are albino Pomeranians and I happen to own one. There is a breeder in Oklahoma that has a female that has thrown 6 albinos I believe. I live in the Dallas area and also know of a couple that have 2 of her albino Poms. My girl is named Noel and she is completely pink with white fur. Her eyes are red with a violet blue ring around them. The vet said that she is considered to be a true albino even though she has blue in her eyes. She is not deaf, thank God and has no real health issues except for "floating kneecaps". This breeder is VERY reputable and when she sold Noel to me 9 years ago, she sold her to me for $450 as she really didn't know what to do with her. A few years later when they became "exotic", she was selling them for $3,000 and up. Unreal!
I can even send you pictures of my little girl and give you the website address so you can see pics of her siblings.