Yes, brown points are accepted for apricots. HOWEVER. not very welcome in the show ring. Black is the preferred points coloring.Why? Light points in that case as well?
Lol, exactly...Red can be bred to red, apricot and black. Black would darken the pigment and improve the conformation of the reds.
Oh, and here I was imagining a jet black spoo with yellow Thriller eyes. Im sure the light eyes probably wouldn't show up in a black anyway, but it sure would have been striking.I think She ment amber eyes or the light carmel eyes that some browns have. Its the light eyes in a dark face look.
Other than that "some people" say certain colours carry certain health issues, which could be due to many different reasons... not because that colour is associated with an issueI do not believe that there are health concerns about mixing colors in poodles like there are in dachshunds with reguard to double dapple. I am actually familar with that as we have a dapple dachshund.
Well according to some people, some colours carry more issues than others, most likely because they have been around longer i.e. BlackSuch as white boxers are typically deaf and more prone to some cancers (according to what Ive heard anyway). Im assuming white poodles with light points could be more prone to skin cancer? Ive never heard of different problems being more common with different colored poodles. Genetically based?