He is 12 weeks old....hus brother and sisters were all black/tan...
My boy Fritz was an odd tri color...white/black/tan. Looks like a huskie almost.
He has papers, mom and dad were both on site. He likes to beat ul on my hundred pound shepard/Pyrenees mix Zeus.
One question...Fritz is 12 weeks old his ears sprung up streight as an arrow. Now one is wonkey...he plays hard....he didn't break cartlidge did he?
His right ear went kind of limp....also is his color rare?
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"Make sure my shepherd dog remains a working dog, for I have struggled all my life long for that aim." - Max Von Stephanitz
I was pondering the same scenario as Anubis Star mentioned but on the other hand the genetics for a lot of white does crop up, like with the "Panda" colored Shepherds. His ears definitely look like German Shepherd ears too. Oh and regarding his ears we have a sub forum about ears that you can ask questions about them standing up and such.
I vote "panda." The colors don't look exact, but that is the closest coloration. For me, I would enjoy the dog even more knowing that he is so unique. (However, the personality is way more important than any coat pattern/color.)