Grace - Solid Apricot
Ty - Solid Red
Tucker - Red Parti
Sophie - Black Parti
Colors and Color Patterns
Full color photos below of each color group for examples.
All of the following colors can be seen in Goldendoodles,
Poodles and in Muli Gen Bernedoodles
Solid - the coat is all one color- Black, Red, Chocolate, Apricot
Abstract - any solid colored dog with white markings.
Parti - a white dog with color that are distributed in patches/spots on the body. The amount of color spotting can vary from very little to a full blanket of color on the white.
Tuxedo - A true tuxedo will have a very special markings in certain areas that literally remind you of a tuxedo. There will usually be:
A white bib - this is color on the chest, it may or may not wrap all the way around the dog's neck
A white belly - This "should" touch the bib, making a continuous white area
White that extends from the belly down to the front and hind legs and paws.
A darker color that covers the entire saddle or the dogs back.
Phantom - Any color with points. similar to points on a Doberman or Rottweiler
Tri Color - A dog with three colors - some examples, a phantom with white markings, a parti color with phantom points, a tuxedo with phantom point
Sable - the coat is dark at the tips and lightens toward the skin. Sable is the most drastic changing color scheme. They look completely different at birth compared to 6 months old and then again as an adults. The sable color coat will lighten when placed in a puppy cut. Sable Phantom - a sable with light colored points
Merle - dilute random sections of coat in lighter colors (usually grey in a black-pigmented dog), leaving patches of the original color remaining. The patches can be any size and can be located anywhere on the dog
Brindle - Brindle dog breeds have the appearance that resembles something similar to a tiger if it were dark brown to black. The markings are usually black stripes on tan to a dark brown base.