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A locus “AY” Fawn and Sable
Fawn is when the dog is sandy color in color.
Fawn and Sable French Bulldogs can also come in all shades from light tan to deep red.
Shades depend on the other locus alleles contributed.
They can be blue fawn, chocolate fawn, chocolate, lilac, or Isabella fawn.
These dogs cannot express tan or tricolored points.
This color is also dominant and it only takes one copy of the “ay” allele to express.
Only cream and brindle are dominant over fawn sable.
Sable French Bulldogs
Sable frenchies are a more rare version of the fawn.
They have the fawn coat but with black tipping on the fawn hairs, giving them a washed tipped black look with a fawn base.
Sable French Bulldogs have the base dna of: ay/at
Both versions can express different colors and patterns such as blue, chocolate, lilac, Isabella, rojo, merle, and pied.
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