|04-30-2014 06:57 PM|
|Ellimaybel||Thank you all. That's exactly what I thought. I have to say on a side note that his coat is so much shinier and softer since I started the coconut oil.|
|04-30-2014 06:50 PM|
|HarleyTheGSD||He looks like a very handsome bi-color.|
|04-30-2014 06:35 PM|
I think he I a very very VERY dark bi-colour.
Some genetically black dogs have what we call 'bleed-through', but that is a lot of tan coming through on the back legs, that is one reason I think he may be a bi-colour.
Occasionally we do have members on the board with very unusually marked dogs, and no one can agree on what color or pattern they are supposed to be. So you could just have something very unique.
|04-30-2014 06:32 PM|
|K9POPPY||Looks bi-color, enjoy!!!, Bob|
|04-30-2014 06:23 PM|
|Ellimaybel||That's what I keep saying lol. I keep being argued with. Here's one of him standing.|
|04-30-2014 06:03 PM|
|my boy diesel||i think it is bi color but hard to say with him laying on his back|
|04-30-2014 05:59 PM|
Going nuts and not over the dog
My husband says he saw something on this website defining the exact description of Gunther's colors. Every name for his coat I suggest he says "no, that's not it." So since I have looked everywhere possible I have to post a picture and description hoping you can help me before I go insane. He is jet black, the only tan is in between his paws and about halfway up the back side of his legs. This is the only picture I have that shows it.