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Black dogs can carry a recessive genes for silver or blue,  and the pup can fade to silver, or will be born with a bluish tint to the coat and have blue-grey colored pigment.  Black dogs that carry the silver gene, usually begin  turning silver at  7 weeks of age.
All dogs with at least one B and at least one E will be Black:
BBEe, BBEE, BbEe, and BbEE are black dogs (with black pigment):
BBEe is black carrying recessive cream
BBEE is a black dog
BbEe is black carrying recessive cream and recessive brown
BbEE is black carrying recessive brown
The gene affecting silvering (V/v) will fade black to blue or silver

Other Doodles
F1b  (Backcross)
F1b  (Backcross)
F2B  (2ND Generation Backcross)


 First Generation Goldendoodles
Atlas at 6 weeks
Atlas as an adult
Mollie at 4 wks
and at 7 wks
and at 14 weeks
Mollie at 1 year
Maggie pup
Maggie adult
Casey pup
Casey at 18 months
Casey at 2 years
Scout pup
Scout pup
Scout at 6 months
Scout at 9 months
Nelson at 10 wks
Nelson at 4 months
Nelson at 9 months

 F1b  (backcross) Goldendoodles
Tiny at 16 weeks

 F2B  (2nd generation backcross) Goldendoodles
 First Generation Labradoodles
Jake at 6 weeks
Jake at 15 weeks
Jake at 13 months
 F1b  (backcross) Labradoodles
Ruth's Promise at 7 weeks
Ruth at 6 months
Ruth at 9 months
 Multigeneration Labradoodles

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.