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BEFORE AND AFTER - MORE COLOUR CHANGES

A fifth page of colour changes. we now have almost 50 dogs portrayed in the Colour change galleries!

COLOUR CHANGE - DILUTE CHOCOLATE SABLE

Dilute chocolate colour change
At two months of age, Josie Hope's coat was a medium chocolatey colour with plenty of white. By 5 months, the coloured portions of the coat had
softened to rich caramel with grey-brown fringes. The closeup photo of her face shows a rosy-beige nose with a distinct lavender hue paired
with pale amber straw-coloured eyes. Her eye rims, lips and pawpads are the same rosy beige as her nose. Josie Hope is a dilute chocolate Sable.

COLOUR CHANGE - SILVER PARTICOLOUR

Dilute chocolate colour change
Bonnie, from the land down under, went through quite a dramtic colour change in her first two years of life. She started
out a very typical black and white particolour. As time went by, the black began to lighten to become a lovely shade of
medium/dark silver. At 2 years old Bonnie has very little residual black left in her coat.

COLOUR CHANGE - TRICOLOUR (Black,Tan & White)

Tricolour colour change
When she was three months old, Gaia had some very intence tan points with full leggings in deep reddish gold. By six months, the tan
points in her face has softened to a slightly ligher shade while her leggings remained deeply coloured. At one year of age, face and body
points have softened even more, but there remains an eye catching fringe of deep gold at the edge of her chin and gold slippers on her feet.
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COLOUR CHANGE - CHOCOLATE SILVER (with mask)

Chocolate Silver colour change
Baby Mimi was a rich chocolate brown. Very quickly though, her coat started changing, getting progressively lighter and lighter.
At 18 months of age, the chocolate colour has silvered significantly to a pale silvery bronze. Something unusual about Mimi is that
she has retained darker colouring on her face and head. While a mask is not readily evident on a solid dog (ie:chocolate mask on a
chocolate puppy), it becomes more obvious in a Havanese like Mimi where the body colour silvers but the mask area stays darker.

COLOUR CHANGE - CHOCOLATE SABLE

Chocolate Sable colour change
Yogi started out a very dark Coca Cola brown. After just a few weeks, his undercoat started coming in a light creamy colour highlighting
his dark tipping. Very soon, it became obvious that Yogi was not the same as his other sable siblings when his pigment developped in a
dark liver brown to go with his bittersweet chocolate tipping. Yogi is a Chocolate Sable. Watch his colour progression in the collage above.