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Both sound great. If it makes any difference to you, a brown poodle will have a brown (not black) nose and hazel/amber eyes. A well bred red or apricot should have a black nose and dark brown eyes. I love the expressiveness of the lighter eyes on brown dogs, but some people think they look weird.

My brown standard Snarky faded a bit without losing any of his handsomeness. He started out almost black, like the color of 60% cacao chocolate. By the time he died at age 9 he had lightened to the color of milk cchocolate. Still a gorgeous color.
 

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see I love the lighter eyes on the brown too, I feel you see their character more than if they had dark eyes. I think that’s why I lean more away from the blacks are it’s all quite dark and I love seeing their little expressions and faces.
ooh he sounds gorgeous, would you have any photos of him before and after that I could see his colour change? I think it’s so interesting how the brown shades change!
Alas, his puppy pictures are on a hard drive I have in storage. He was a brown phantom with cream points, plus he got a whopping splash of parti factor. A sixty pound dog marked like a Doberman with random white patches isn't what people expected to see when I said I had a poodle, lol.
 
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