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Old 11-10-2012, 09:55 PM   #11 (permalink)
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How cute are they? I am getting into the red and whites, can't tell you why. i would steal one of those girls though!!!!!!
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what cute puppies!!!
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Old 11-11-2012, 08:47 AM   #13 (permalink)
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How cute are they? I am getting into the red and whites, can't tell you why. i would steal one of those girls though!!!!!!
An explanation isn't necessary! Red & Whites are aaaaawesome!


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Old 11-11-2012, 12:19 PM   #14 (permalink)
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I have never had these kind of red and white babies I've always had the darker reds,almost brown/mahogany colors so when Esa had the first girl and I didn't have a good view to be sure there was a puppy I go ,"What the heck is THAT". My husband replys," A puppy ," and I was amazed at the color they were beautiful. They were a light straw color,they have darkened with age but still pretty.
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I have never had these kind of red and white babies I've always had the darker reds,almost brown/mahogany colors so when Esa had the first girl and I didn't have a good view to be sure there was a puppy I go ,"What the heck is THAT". My husband replys," A puppy ," and I was amazed at the color they were beautiful. They were a light straw color,they have darkened with age but still pretty.
Yeah, in Olive's litter, there was one black tri boy, two mahogany (1 boy, 1 girl), and then four red & white girls. Olive was the darkest of the four, with the other 3 being mistaken for lemons early on. They were all gorgeous, but Olive's markings and boldness just won me over immediately. Plus, she has the same little heart on her forehead that her sweet Mama has


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Ha ha ha he got you a good one bubbad. I think they are beautiful love the color.
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These two girls could have been mistaken for lemon and white when they were born but you have to wait, within two weeks they were a bit darker.That is why most of the lemon and whites advertised are red and whites but the breeders are too inexperienced to know it.
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My fave is deffo the flip flop one xxx


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These two girls could have been mistaken for lemon and white when they were born but you have to wait, within two weeks they were a bit darker.That is why most of the lemon and whites advertised are red and whites but the breeders are too inexperienced to know it.
Even though Olive is such a bold red color, someone on Instagram said "I love Lemons!" On one of her photos and it irked me more than I'm proud to admit... :/


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Basset colours can be a nightmare!! However the true lemon/white starts off really light, almost white with dirty patches and these darken although never to the point of being obviously a red and white. We had just one like this in all our puppies. The reds/mahoganies like the tricolours, start off dark, and lighten over time. Some actually end up more bicolour than tricolour by the end of their days. I envy you the true mahogany in America which we have only recently seen in the UK via the progeny from an Australian import. Their breeder was calling them mahogany tricolours - understandable, but not totally accurate in my book!!

There is lots of thought about where these colours originated, including the hounds from Russia.

I'd call your bicolour puppies red and white because it looks as if they were a strong red colour from very early on? Which our single lemon/white wasn't. He was virtually white from birth, and when he died, virtually white again.

For sure, in recent years you only see the bicolours registered over here as red and white, which they mostly are!! There was one leading UK kennel, the Wingjays, who almost always had lemon/whites, although they called the darker ones orange and white
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