The four recognized colors are "Sable and White,"
"Tri-color," "Blue Merle" and "White."
There is no preference among them. The "Sable and
White" is predominantly sable (a fawn sable color
of varying shades from light gold to dark mahogany) with
white markings usually on the chest, neck, legs, feet
and the tip of the tail. A blaze may appear on the foreface
or backskull or both. The "Tri-color" is predominantly
black, carrying white markings as in a "Sable and
White" and has tan shadings on and about the head
and legs. The "Blue Merle" is a mottled or "marbled"
color predominantly blue-grey and black with white markings
as in the "Sable and White" and usually has
tan shadings as in the "Tri-color." The "White"
is predominantly white, preferably with sable, tri-color
or blue merle markings.
Character | Head | Eyes | Ears | Neck | Body | Legs | Gait | Tail
Coat | Color | Size | Expression | Smooth