If creams are produced from this breeding, they run the risk of having brown pigment which is a disqualifying fault (and not very pretty). Also, the browns from this breeding will have a higher than average chance of fading. In general breeders try to avoid mixing these three colors.
BTW... most breeders would not consider a cream with liver pigment to be a candidate for breeding.
Liver is just another term for brown, in the dog world most brown dogs are called liver.
Silver Beige is like a Silver but insted of a Black dog with the fading gene its a liver dog with the fading gene. So that means your dark puppy will fade out to a light tan with dark ears like this dog. But thats if its a true Silver Beige, my dog is a Cafe Au Lait, she was born dark and has faded to the color of coffee with creamer in it.
Wow! Do they really fade that much?! That seems a bit extreme, but I also heard it's not really unheard of in poodles. Aren't some whites born with apricot or cream in their ears that fades as they get older?
I'm still learning about all these genetics and fading things, it's all really interesting and this is the best place for ansers.
And I love how your Bella has a really dark brown nose, that's almost black. If I were to get a brown poodle that's the way I'd want him or her to look. I may be a little biased to say the pale noses are a little off-putting.
Our breeder said by looking at the muzzle was how we could tell what color she could turn out to be. Well, actually said that to us when we were looking at seemingly black puppies to tell us they would be "blue." But they all had shaved muzzles, so maybe that's why you could tell? I don't know...