|01-27-2014 04:43 AM|
|harmony||I don't want a blue, know the health risk but you educated me about a fawn. It came down to a black and tan male and their tails looked bad and the red girl is gone. I won't be doing this.|
|01-21-2014 11:05 AM|
|dogfaeries||Yes, fawns and blues are certainly prone to alopecia. I personally would stay away from the dilute colors. Blue is a dilute of black, and fawn (or Isabella) is a dilute of red. And "whites" are another thing entirely, and are not white, but are albinos or partial albinos. Phototropic, prone to skin cancer and bad temperaments, they are a mess.|
|01-21-2014 10:54 AM|
Color Dilution Alopecia | Dermatology for Animals - Part 1
I just picked the above link at random, but there's a lot of information about Dobes of certain colors being affected by this condition.
|01-20-2014 10:35 PM|
Ah, those red dobergirls are a lot of fun! I miss mine.
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|01-20-2014 10:32 PM|
|Mary Beth||I don't think the color matters, but the temperament. Red dobes are just as lovely as the black and tan. Good luck!|
|01-20-2014 03:29 AM|
maybe a new dog
I wanted a red male Doberman or a black an tan female right. I might end up with a red female Doberman pup, not exact what I wanted but if it is meant to be then I might do it .