I have a true chocolate and white female ( sire:chocolate/ dam: tri color) that I am planning on breeding and hoping to get a chocolate pup or two out of the litter. I have a lemon and white male (both sire and dam are lemon and white) and a tri color male (sire: tri color/ dam:lemon and white) to breed her to. I read online that a lemon bred to a chocolate will only produce tri color pups. Not sure if this is correct. I know there are no guarantees as far color unless she was bred to another chocolate. Would like to know if either of these males is more likely to produce chocolate pups from this female. Thanks.
OK not to hijack this thread But I have a young lemon and white female that I may want to breed someday and was wondering if I BRED HER To A RED AND WHItE IF IT WOULD eNHANCE THE ODDS OF THE LEMON AND RED COLOR GENES BECAUSE I think the tri color genes are dominent