OK someone help un-confuse me about bi-colors
I had asked this on another thread, but I think it got kinda lost in it. And if someone has already asked this, I apologize in advance. But here's my question about bi-colors:
People will look at a dog and say, "that dog is not a bi-color too much tan". I was under the impression through things I have read and a few people I spoke to that it is not the amount of tan, it is certain characteristics in regards to markings that help determine that. So, penciling on the toes, tar heels, and I know something about the vent but I'm on my mobile and don't remember right now lol. But I read conflicting information, some resources say it IS the amount of tan, but others say it's the markings. Here's a chart that's floating around and I want to know what the argument is, or if this is just an incorrect chart.
Sorry to ask like I said, but I just want to set the record straight!
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