Puppy Colors

Flashy Fawn

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 Fawns come in many shades, some more blond some more red, with  or without a black mask and the "Flashy" is referred to the amount of white on ANY color. Once the white reaches over 50%  of the body it is then considered a "Pied" 

Classic Fawn

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"True Black"

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Having no brindle in appearance or genetically

"Blue"

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 Blue is the product of a Black dog with a Dilute gene to make the black appear "Blue" Or "Silver" in color.  "Blue" Dogs with the Merle gene are considered "Silver Merles" The Dilute gene on a chocolate dog makes "Lilac" 

"Brindle"

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 Brown with black stripes 

"Sealed Brindle

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 This is a super dark or nearly black dog in appearance that is actually a Brindle ( Has Black stripes ) In a sealed brindle the stripes are larger and cover most of the brown coat. 

Black & Tan

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This is a Flashy Black and Tan

Pied

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Pied is the amount of white that reaches 50% or more. Can be on any "Base" color, IE Black, Brindle, Fawn etc.

White with or without colored spots

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These are considered white, anywhere form 90% to 100% White  some can have colored spots or patches, some are solid white.

Merle

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Merle is a top coat color, Looks like a Marble, it can be on top of any base color, IE, Fawn merle, Silver merle, Brindle merle etc. This is a Blue merle, Or black dog with merle,  

Lilac

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Lilac is a chocolate dog with the Dilute gene much like the Blue color

Lilac Merle

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merle gene on a diluted chocolate dog

Silver Merle

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Silver merle is the "Blue" Diluted color with the merle gene as well!

Chocolate Merle

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Chocolate merle is a choclate dog with the presence of merle. can also have brindle!