Black, Blue (Platinum), or Liver
(Cinnamon or Chocolate) Pigments



Cinnamon (Liver) Pigment

Must have a brown nose

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Can be a multitude of shades of light reds

Solid Cinnamon and Cinnamon and White Coats



Cream and White

Red (Sienna) and White


Solid Red

Chocolate (Liver) Pigment 
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Must have a chocolate coat & nose
in solid or white and chocolate color

Solid Chocolate and Chocolate and White Coats


Chocolate nose and coat




Platinum (Blue) Pigment

Platinum must have a blue grey nose as pictured and light eyes

Solid Platinum and Platinum and White Coats
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These pictures are compliments of Belinda at Rockyhill Kennel

Solids or with white but must have a platinum pigment

All others have Black pigment

Black and White Coats


Champagne (aka gold) with a black mask Coats


Sable (mixed colors) and White Coats


Solid Sterling Silver and Sterling and White Coats (dark eyes)


Solid Auburn (Red) and Auburn and White Coats

Red with Black Mask


Solid Gold or Copper and Copper and White Coats

Solid Gold with Black Mask


Solid Black Coats


Marble or Brindle Coats

Black and others colors that do not mix together at the skin.

As you can see from the examples below, a marble coat is striped like a tabby cat
or in some cases the coat is patchy like a calico cat.
What makes a champagne marble
and not just a champagne with a black mask and black tipping for instance is
that at the skin the colors will defiantly be separate and not mixed together.

These are some examples:


Sable Brindle/marble



Sterling Brindle/Marble



Black Brindle/Marble




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