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DOODS & COAT COLOURS

Phantom

Phantom markings in dogs are similar to a Dobermans and in Doods, originate in their Poodle lines. There are black, chocolate, apricot, red & silver phantoms.  Phantoms are born with their markings. K locus alleles determine the colouring pattern of a dog's coat.  E locus alleles determine whether an animal expresses a mask or grizzle pattern.  A locus alleles determine whether an animal expresses an agouti appearance. Phantom markings must have a ky/ky genotype plus an E or EM, and also be at/at Click here for more information on Coat Colour Basics. F1 Goldendoodle Atlas at 6 weeks and as an adult F1b Goldendoodle Emmett at 2 weeks and Ruby, Koko & Emmett as adults F1b Goldendoodle Emmett - chocolate/tan phantom -  at 5 weeks and at 8 months F1 Labradoodle Dude s a pup and as an adult Multigeneration Labradoodle Nash - F3 chocolate phantom at 4 weeks and as an adult F1 Aussiedoodle Willow - blue merle / apricot phantom - at 9 weeks and at 15 weeks
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DOODS & COAT COLOURS

Phantom

Phantom markings in dogs are similar to a Dobermans and in Doods, originate in their Poodle lines. There are black, chocolate, apricot, red & silver phantoms.  Phantoms are born with their markings. K locus alleles determine the colouring pattern of a dog's coat.  E locus alleles determine whether an animal expresses a mask or grizzle pattern.  A locus alleles determine whether an animal expresses an agouti appearance. Phantom markings must have a ky/ky genotype plus an E or EM, and also be at/at Click here for more information on Coat Colour Basics. F1 Goldendoodle Atlas at 6 weeks and as an adult F1b Goldendoodle Emmett at 2 weeks and Ruby, Koko & Emmett as adults F1b Goldendoodle Emmett - chocolate/tan phantom -  at 5 weeks and at 8 months F1 Labradoodle Dude s a pup and as an adult Multigeneration Labradoodle Nash - F3 chocolate phantom at 4 weeks and as an adult F1 Aussiedoodle Willow - blue merle / apricot phantom - at 9 weeks and at 15 weeks
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The information contained on this site is in no way intended to replace that of proper veterinary advice, diagnosis or treatment. It is meant to provide resource, so that we can better understand canine health related issues.  Terms of Use