Multi-Color Boxer Dog Breed Matted Prints & Canvas Giclées
If you’re looking for that perfect name for your dog that happens to have a multicolored coat, here’s a few suggestions:
Please Note: For Conformation exhibition purposes only, the solid-colored dogs and multi-colored dogs are shown separately. They are not actually separate breeds.
Specifically in , other bichons were developed. After the retreat of Napoleon's army, left-behind bichons, primarily the Bolognese and Bichon Frise, were bred into a unique breed called the . After , the was then bred with poodles and silky terriers such as the to produce a small dog with a multi-coloured, long, wavy coat, called the , or Until recently, these breeds were unknown outside of Germany and Russia.
Multi-Color Norwich Terrier Dog Breed Matted Prints & Canvas Giclées
Multi-Color Havanese Dog Breed Matted Prints & Canvas Giclées
Our breed standard allows eyes of any pigment color or combination of pigment colors. Aussie eyes have been seen that are golden, lemon yellow, amber, light brown, dark brown, green, orange, and blue. On very dark individuals they may even appear black. The iris can be monochromatic, have concentric rings of color, flecks of darker pigment, flecks of blue, or be split or marbled with blue (heterochromia iridis). The two eyes of one dog are not always both the same color; one may be pigmented while the other eye is blue, or both may be pigmented but be of different colors (heterochromia irides). Blue eyes are not confined to merles; there is a recessive gene in the breed that produces blue or split blue eyes in solid colored dogs as well. There are probably multiple genes which together affect eye color and it is not possible to predict with certainty eye color from a planned breeding. As a generalization, brown eyes tend to be dominant to lighter eyes. There is some relationship between eye color and coat color as well, since black pups will tend to have slightly darker eyes than red pups in the same litter. Below are some examplesof the extraordinary variety of eye color we find in this breed.Multi-Color Border Collie Matted Prints & Canvas Giclées. Hand painted and printed in USA by the artist Michael Vistia. Dog Breed: The Border Collie is a working and herding dog breed developed in theWhen a dog's iris contains two or more colors, the medicalterm is heterochromia iridis. If the irises of his eyes are differentfrom each other (one blue/one brown, etc) the term is heterochromiairides. Common terms for multicolored irises are split eyesand marbled eyes. Common terms for two eyes different from eachother include odd eyed, walleyed, glass eyed. In domestic mammalshaving one pigmented eye and one blue eye is not uncommon. It'sbeen observed in horses, donkeys, cattle, water buffalo, cats,ranched foxes, and dogs.Multi-Color Havanese Dog Matted Prints & Canvas Giclées. Hand painted and printed in USA by the artist Michael Vistia. Dog Breed: The Havanese, a breed of Bichon type, is the national dog of Cuba, dev