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MERLE

A Merle is a single color (black or brown) with a gene modifier which creates darker patches at random on a diluted base coat color. This includes Blue or Chocolate Merle typically accompanied by white markings on the face, chest, feet, tail etc. with or without tan points that can present themselves on the snout/cheeks, above the eyes, chest, legs, and rear. We currently work with Blue (and occasionally Chocolate) Merles with tan points (also referred to as Tri/Phantom markings).

TRICOLOR

A Tricolor is described as having three colors, this includes a single coat color (black or brown) accompanied by white markings on the face/snout, chest, feet, and tail along with tan points that can present themselves on the cheeks, above the eyes, chest, legs, and rear.

We currently work with Black (and occasionally Chocolate) Tricolors.

PHANTOM

A Phantom is described as having two colors, this includes a single coat color (black or brown) accompanied by tan points that can present themselves on the cheeks or snout, above the eyes, chest, legs, and rear. A Phantom will have little to no white markings. We currently work with Black (and occasionally Chocolate) Phantoms.

BICOLOR

A Bicolor is described as having two colors, this can include a single coat color (brown, black, red, or blonde) accompanied by white markings on the face, chest, feet, and tail or small white patches on the chest, snout, or toes (also known as "abstract"). We currently work with Red & Blonde Bicolors. 

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