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Another Staffy or not

Discussion in 'Staffordshire Bull Terrier' started by bozie, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. bozie

    bozie Puppy

    I'm pretty dam sure mum was a Stafford but I've had people say my tinx is not so here we are.

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    And just for the cuteness vote lol
  2. Jack_c92

    Jack_c92 Puppy

    staffys have a black nose normally you can get a staffy with a red nose but its very rare ive never seen one that isnt a mix with a red nose but apparently it can happen when they are a dilute of pup from two fawn parents
  3. CrazyK9

    CrazyK9 Good Dog

    Yeah, liver noses are not accepted in SBTs. However to correct you on the last point, fawn has nothing to do with having a liver nose. There are two genes that I'm aware of that dictate pigment (nose color) and they have nothing to do with a "red" (including fawn) coat.

    Both parents had to at least be carriers for the liver gene as it is reccessive.
  4. Jack_c92

    Jack_c92 Puppy

    ahh i see thanks for the info

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