I Love My Cockapoo Forums banner
1 - 8 of 8 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
39 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
when we picked out our cockapoo, cori, she was very red

she slowly got lighter and lighter

i couldn't find a picture of her color now but it is similar to the one above. Her ears and some of her beard are still as red as she originally was but the rest of her body is buff except for a darker line down her back and a creamy white chest i usually just think of her as buff but she has the what and the red fur also. What would you call that, Is it just buff?
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
1,872 Posts
Hi Emma,

Cori is beautiful x - her colour is known as "blonde".

The puppy pic shows her to be a dark solid blonde - some normally refer to it as "apricot" - most darker blonde puppies seem to lighten up over time - and the paler ones often darken slightly equally.
It is one reason why we have put "Who's Who" onto our website - so show people how our dogs develop xxx

Stephen xx
 
G

·
i have many born apricot that fade to cream/blonde or buff ,but the puppies that carry the true rare red gene which i have in 2 of my stud dogs always stay red no matter what they are mated to colour genes are a fasinating subject it never fails to amaze me thats why i like breeding cockapoos and poodles ,i have parti colour poodles they are lovely but not an acceptable colour with kennel club how silly is that ? im of on holiday today leaving all in the capable hands of my beautiful daughter sarah janice x
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
1,872 Posts
i have many born apricot that fade to cream/blonde or buff ,but the puppies that carry the true rare red gene which i have in 2 of my stud dogs always stay red no matter what they are mated to colour genes are a fasinating subject it never fails to amaze me thats why i like breeding cockapoos and poodles ,i have parti colour poodles they are lovely but not an acceptable colour with kennel club how silly is that ? im of on holiday today leaving all in the capable hands of my beautiful daughter sarah janice x
I agree with you, breeding all the different colours is fascinating. Have a nice holiday. Julia x
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
8,257 Posts
Yes I would call her Blonde... Buff .. or Cream

Different breeders use different names for this creamy colouring and it can range from very light cream to a almost light apricot colour ... pick which name you like best for it and call her that .. as it all equates to the same colour :)

There is no right and no wrong in what you call it btw xxxx
 
1 - 8 of 8 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top