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  1. Bloodline Discussion
    I recently purchased a blue male that came from a scatter breed female and the sire was a blue brindle from them they threw black a white pups blues and also a tri color pup. The mom was black and white i believe. Does this mean my pup has this tri color gene im just now learning about.
  2. Health & Nutrition
    (Permission is given to reprint this document in its entirety as submitted for educational purposes) When a gene is referred to as an "autosomal recessive," it means: (a) That the gene is NOT on the X or Y chromosome, but one of the "normal" ones. This is important in that "X-linked"...
  3. Pictures
    Goodbye rain, hello sunshine :) Paislee and I were outside and I had to snap this picture of her big ol' tongue hanging out! I think she should be a KISS mascot! hahaha Post all the other KISS mascots out there :roll:
  4. Health & Nutrition
    I know someone can help me figure this out.... They're genetics questions... We all know when consistantly breeding Blue x Blue generally is followed with skin conditions... Are dogs with any blue in their coat/nose color considered "blue" as far as genetics go? Blue is a dilute (mutation)...
  5. General Discussion
    Frankly the thought of the general public doubling as geneticists scares me :eek: Heres a little more info on the unfriendly merle gene: Both heterozygous merle and homozygous double merle dogs may exhibit auditory and ophthalmic abnormalities including mild to severe deafness, increased...
  6. General Discussion
    is it true that red nos and blue's are caused from resesive genes and are more prone to alergies?
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