|08-31-2014 05:38 PM|
|Dainerra||in some cases, genetic testing is the only way to know for sure since bi-colors and even blacks can develop quite a bit of bleed thru as they grow up.|
|08-31-2014 05:32 PM|
bi-color is a pattern. blanket back is a pattern.
A dog can't be both. Genetically, a dog is either/or. Just like a dog is either black or it's white.
There are a lot of sites that list dog colors in really weird ways. That doesn't make it correct.
|08-31-2014 03:27 PM|
|acos88||Haha yeah that's true. I will love him regardless of coloring I was just curious since he was my first one|
|08-31-2014 02:41 PM|
|08-31-2014 02:21 PM|
|acos88||Same here bc I was thinking he would look similar to that myself|
|08-31-2014 02:18 PM|
|08-31-2014 11:47 AM|
|Dainerra||that dog is a black/tan saddleback. it's not a bi-color|
|08-31-2014 07:13 AM|
This site has this dog as a bi color saddleback, which interests me because this dog looks like mine but I was told he wasn't bi color
The German Shepherd Saddle back
|08-30-2014 09:57 PM|
|acos88||Awe that's great news YAY! Thank you so much for the pictures def helped me out a lot to get an idea. :-)|
|08-30-2014 07:34 PM|
Your pup looks black and tan this is my bicolor female. they normally dont have markings on their face or chest
This is her sister who is a Solid black with bleedthru
But i also have black and tans. I have a black and tan that looked like she was going to be bicolor as a pup had the black on her toes and everything but grew up to be a blanketed black and tan
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