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PostSubject: Colour Breeding   Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:03 pm

Is it common idea that chow puppies generated by two different colour coats (dog and bitch) will have mixed coloured coat..
This is untrue! Pureblood puppies will have one whole colour coat based on the blood line of the dog and the bitch following this scheme:

RED mated to RED will normally produce reds but also fawns and creams if the genes for these colours are present on both sire and dam`s side.
RED mated to BLACK will normally produce blacks and reds but also fawns, blues and creams if the genes for these colours are present on both sides. If the black in question is homozygot all pups will normally be black or blacks and blues if the genes are present on both sides.
RED mated to FAWN will normally produce reds and fawns but also creams if the genes are present on both sides.
RED mated to BLUE will normally produce reds, blacks, blues, fawns but also creams if the genes are present on both sides. If the blue in question is homozygot, all pups will be black or blue.
RED mated to CREAM will normally produce all colours including blacks. Also blues and fawns if the genes are present on both sides.

BLACK mated to BLACK will normally produce reds and blacks. Also blues, creams and fawns if the genes are present on both sides. If one of the black parents are homozygot, all pups will blacks or blacks and blues if the genes for blue are present on both sides.
BLACK mated to
FAWN will normally produce reds, blacks, fawns and blues. Also creams if the genes for cream are present on both sides. If the black in question is homozygot the resulting pups will be blacks and blues.
BLACK mated to
BLUE will normally produce the same colours as black mated to fawn.
If the black or the blue in question is homozygot the pups will be just blacks and blues.
BLACK mated to
CREAM will normally produce all colours. If the black in question is homozygot the resulting pups will just be blacks or blacks and blues if the genes for blue are present on both sides.

A BLACK is hetrozygot if one of the parents are red, fawn or cream.
A BLACK might be homozygot if both parents are black, black mated to a blue or a blue mated to a blue.


The same applies for BLUES. The only way to find out if the Chow Chow in question is homozygot or not is the colour of his/hers offspring.

FAWN mated to FAWN will normally produce fawn pups. Also creams if the genes for creams are present on both sides.
FAWN mated to BLUE will normally produce fawns and blues. Also creams ifgenes for creams are present on both sides. If the blue in question is homozygot all the pups will be blue.
FAWN mated to CREAM will normally produce all colours.

BLUE mated to BLUE will normally produce blues and fawns. Also creams if thegenes are present on both sides. BUT if both or one of the blues in question are homozygot all the pups will be blue.
BLUE mated to CREAM will normally produce all colours. BUT if the blue in question is homozygot all the pups will be blues and blacks.

CREAM mated to CREAM will normally just produce creams
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