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Color develpoment?

I have a black and tan female gsd puppy about 11 weeks old and i believe her coat is starting to change so ive heard from some breeders that the tan color that first comes through will slightly darken as the color shift continues but ive also had other breeders say what color comes through is what the color will stay any proof to either theory because dallas is extremely light compared to both her parents as of right now
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