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Key Data Pertaining To Parti Poodles

Practically every canine breed has subdivisions within itself based on slight differences in the animals. These might be separated by sizes, colors or patterns, unique abilities or even variations in their physical appearance. Parti poodles are a distinctive group that has a specific look that makes them special enough to have their own categorization.

What sets these dogs apart from others of their breed are the very specific features of their coats. Their fur is still the same corded or curly textures and styles that are typical of their kind, only in two colors. Although Mismarked, Abstract and Tuxedo are also multi toned, there are key aspects that distinguish them from one another.

In solid toned dogs, black, blue, silver, cream, gray, white, apricot, red, brown and cafe' au lait are all very common. Any of these hues may also be present on the groups of multi colored pups. The way they are presented is the important factor and it should be noted that the shade they are at birth may not be their coloring as an adult.

To be part of this category, the dog may be of any size though their coat will still need to meet some stringent requirements. The first thing is that more than fifty percent of the fur must be unmarred white. The rest is made up of random and irregular splotches of any of the other colors and may be anywhere on the body.

One sign of a well bred dog is that the white coat portion has no shade variations and is free of random color markings of any type. The areas that support the secondary hue have clearly defined boundaries. To achieve the proper appearance, there can be no fading or blending of the two features.

Determining whether or not a puppy belongs to this group may not be easy to do for several months. This is because this breed has a common trait of changing color, sometimes multiple times, during the time between birth and maturation. No dogs are of this type are ever identical, and while they may be born to solid parents, only the pairing of two of this group can guarantee similar pups.

One thing that could help identify these animals at an early age is that the skin beneath the colored areas will be different from the main part, where the flesh in all other categories is of a single tone. Ticking, small spots of black on the fur, is to be expected on all dogs of the breed, but in this particular group, there should be no make at all on the white. To reduce the risk of this trait appearing and to produce more perfect puppies, dogs who display this feature prominently are rarely used in breeding.

Even though they are extremely beautiful, the AKC will not allow dogs in this category to participate in show and conformation events. Since they do possess the physical build and behavioral traits that define the breed, the club will allow owners to register them under numbers defining their colors for entry into the competitions that feature agility and obedience. Good looks, intelligence, affection and gentle playfulness are just some of their attractive qualities.

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