Discussion in 'The Dog Breeds' started by Pops2, Feb 19, 2009.
merle doesn't count, blue & tan & blue brindle does
Great danes, weims, dobes, pit bulls, chis, neos...
I feel like I'm on jeopardy and only have 10 seconds. I can't think under pressure.
Allowed in blue? Or can be blue? Lots (Most?) of breeds can be blue- even papillons. I saw a blue and white papillon once. Pretty cool.
Border collies can be blue.
Pembroke corgis can come in blue as can malinois. Not a "correct" color.
I think blue merle is allowed in cardis.
weims, sharpeis, chows, tibetan mastiffs, central asian shepherds, labs
pretty much any dog that can be liver should be able to be blue; I believe the dilution happens for the same reason
Me and You and a Dog Named Blue.........
Kerry Blue Terrier
same theory, different genetics. Blue is a dilution, liver is a blocking gene.
A combo of the blue and liver gene produces fawn
ooops, i'm an idiot - boerboels!
Did anyone say Sharpei yet? Oooh, and thai ridgebacks.
actual blue not blue ticked or merled
for those who don't know blue is a dilute of black, gray like some weims & isabella dobes is a dilute of liver/red.
Did someone mention a breed that can only come merled and not blue? I hadn't noticed . . .
A blue beagle? I've got to see that!
Shiloh, a blue beagle I fostered last year. He was a "Purebred", although you can see how well-bred he was...
and a long time ago, the Basenji once came in blue/tan/white