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When a breeder breeds a Parti to a solid does the solid have to carry the parti gene also to get partis? Would she still get just solids.Waiting on a litter to be born .
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i think so irish, Mani has no parti blood in him so therefore he cant have parti children so i guess that means that there would have to be a parti gene on both sides even if its not dominant. We're not going to stud him to parti's either just to keep the pure lines going in his children
 

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i think so irish, Mani has no parti blood in him so therefore he cant have parti children so i guess that means that there would have to be a parti gene on both sides even if its not dominant. We're not going to stud him to parti's either just to keep the pure lines going in his children
What do you mean by keep the line pure ? do you plan to health test him before you stud him out ? I highly recommend it before breeding. I would not want to bring unhealthy pups into the world

Anyways I am not parti breeder but this is my experience with parti colored cats.

There is really no gene called parti its just called S for spotting gene. Like new poodlemum said the dogs will probably be mismarked.

I have a parti colored cat in fact 2 .when bred to a solid cat you get less white on some kittens , the chances of getting a solid kitten is low. We would get 1-2 solids out of 6 kittens.

Here is some pictures Here is the queen


See how much white she had.

Here is the dad He as no white what so ever !
 

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The queen same queen was bred to a chocolate lynx point

here are the kittens


these are not solid kittens either only 2 came out solid the rest had white feet and chest.

Here is the solid son we kept
then


now

 

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What do you mean by keep the line pure ? do you plan to health test him before you stud him out ? I highly recommend it before breeding. I would not want to bring unhealthy pups into the world

Anyways I am not parti breeder but this is my experience with parti colored cats.

There is really no gene called parti its just called S for spotting gene. Like new poodlemum said the dogs will probably be mismarked.

I have a parti colored cat in fact 2 .when bred to a solid cat you get less white on some kittens , the chances of getting a solid kitten is low. We would get 1-2 solids out of 6 kittens.

Here is some pictures Here is the queen


See how much white she had.

Here is the dad He as no white what so ever !
OH YES!!! misunderstanding! we will genetically test him for any diseases and conditions but my point was that the breeder told us he doesn't have any of the parti producing genes therefore we don't want to add any into his children :questionmark: i guess
lol i'm not very sure myself
 

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OH YES!!! misunderstanding! we will genetically test him for any diseases and conditions but my point was that the breeder told us he doesn't have any of the parti producing genes therefore we don't want to add any into his children :questionmark: i guess
lol i'm not very sure myself
LOL I just thought you meant the pups would not be purebred. Waht breeder did you get your dog from ? I would like to see his pedigree.

yeah like I posted above mismarks will probably be born if you bred your dog to a parti
 

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LOL I just thought you meant the pups would not be purebred. Waht breeder did you get your dog from ? I would like to see his pedigree.

yeah like I posted above mismarks will probably be born if you bred your dog to a parti
We got him from Mavis Kicklighter in Reidsville, GA. She doesn't have a kennel name but most of Armani's family (grandparents and such) came from Wild Rose Kennels. Idk how to show you his pedigree LOL sorry
 

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A standard breeder I know only ever bred her solids to solids, however with her last litter she kept a black bitch who developed a long streak of white in her left ear when she reached adulthood. I don't think it could be considered a parti.. but if she's always bred solids to solids, how did the white appear on the ear? I'd think black would be dominant over any color.
 
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