samdogcoatcol - Sample Dog Questions 1. A sable and white...

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Sample Dog Questions 1. A sable and white collie whose dam was a “tri-color”, that is black, tan and white, is bred to a blue merle collie. What are the progeny colorations expected? 2. A chocolate Labrador whose dam was a yellow Lab is bred to a black Lab known to have produced both yellow and chocolate puppies. What are the progeny colorations expected? 3. Why are puppies that are nearly solid white sometimes born in Harlequin to Harlequin Great Dane matings? What concerns would you have about selling such puppies as pets? 4. The coloration of Weimaraner dogs is due to homozygosity for both the b and d recessive genes. What coloration would you get in the puppies if a Weimaraner dog is bred to a chocolate Labrador? 5. A "red" merle Aussie is bred to a blue merle Aussie that carries b. What are the possible colorations and ratios of the progeny? What coloration(s) would you expect from the mating of a homozygous merle that is also homozygous for b to a nonmerle black and tan that carries b? 6.
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