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Another Staffy or not

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
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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
 

CrazyK9

Good Dog
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

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.