Just curious what a bi-color pup looks like as opposed to a sable or black and tan.
Nope. Bi-colors can have some small tan markings on the chest and face, not just the legs.Originally Posted By: SuperpupAngela... wouldn't you say the first one is a blk-tan also??? It has some brown on the face and as far as I understand, a true bi-color only has brown on their legs/feet, nowhere else?
I think you can pretty much guess the patterning on your dog based on the parents and genetics, (obviously a puppy already showing a lot of tan and saddle won't grow up to be a blanket back) but yes, I don't think you can tell the full extent of the change in a puppy's coat until it's done growing.Originally Posted By: mjb03You do not know you have a saddle pup until adult? Also sables get darker as they get older?