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i bred a litter of paterdale pups both perents are black. the first three pups that come out were black and the forth one was white with black head with black spots on her belly basiclly the same as the dog this posts about i will try and get some pics up.

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i bred a litter of paterdale pups both perents are black. the first three pups that come out were black and the forth one was white with black head with black spots on her belly basiclly the same as the dog this posts about i will try and get some pics up.

Did ye breed the parents to this pup and the grandparents ?? if ye didnt i think ye may find ye have a white terrier in there somewhere :laugh:

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The white can stay hidden for quite a few generations.....IMO i believe that the white comes from russel blood rather than bull blood..... :victory:

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hard to admit it but i have to agree with hedz :laugh: all fells, rough,smooth, black,white,tan,choc, brindle whotever

 

:whistling: :whistling: and got your hands on your head ...........................:whistling::whistling:

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The white can stay hidden for quite a few generations.....IMO i believe that the white comes from russel blood rather than bull blood..... :victory:

 

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No such thing as a patterdale there all fells :laugh:

 

 

im sure nuttal gave them the name of patterdale, buck and bray called them fells

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THERE IS WELL KNOWN AND TESTED LINES OF BLACK TERRIERS THAT FROM TIME TO TIME WHEN BRED THAT THEY PRODUCE AN ODD BLACK AND WHITE MARKED TERRIER AND THEY ARE SUPER GRAFTERS SO WHO CARES LOTS OF LINES OF BLACKS GO BACK TO BORDERS LAKELANDS ETC THEY HAVE TO START SOMEWERE JMHO

is it so uncommon to find the odd white in a litter seeing as alot of lines will have some kind of bull blood infused somewhere even if its way way back?

 

I thought there was always a slim chance Fells might throw a white: I don't know much about their breeding but i thought that there was Russel in many blood lines 50 or 100y ago. Simple gentics means that a white one might pop out every now and then; the chances just get smaller and smaller with time.

 

Mind you if its on pre-loved it probably is a pat crossed with a Russel anyway: The numbnuts and peddlers on there are just selling for money and don't give a f**k who they lie or sell to.

 

The only way to remove the slim chance of a whites or part-white is if the breed goes kc :icon_eek: and everyone breeds for colour :no: , then every mating shall breed true to the kc chosen colour....... :bad:

 

Mind you, I don't suppose that'll happen anytime soon, so i wouldn't worry. Best not to look on preloved if you are into working dogs surely. :whistling:

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THERE IS WELL KNOWN AND TESTED LINES OF BLACK TERRIERS THAT FROM TIME TO TIME WHEN BRED THAT THEY PRODUCE AN ODD BLACK AND WHITE MARKED TERRIER AND THEY ARE SUPER GRAFTERS SO WHO CARES LOTS OF LINES OF BLACKS GO BACK TO BORDERS LAKELANDS ETC THEY HAVE TO START SOMEWERE JMHO

is it so uncommon to find the odd white in a litter seeing as alot of lines will have some kind of bull blood infused somewhere even if its way way back?

 

I thought there was always a slim chance Fells might throw a white: I don't know much about their breeding but i thought that there was Russel in many blood lines 50 or 100y ago. Simple gentics means that a white one might pop out every now and then; the chances just get smaller and smaller with time.

 

Mind you if its on pre-loved it probably is a pat crossed with a Russel anyway: The numbnuts and peddlers on there are just selling for money and don't give a f**k who they lie or sell to.

 

The only way to remove the slim chance of a whites or part-white is if the breed goes kc :icon_eek: and everyone breeds for colour :no: , then every mating shall breed true to the kc chosen colour....... :bad:

 

Mind you, I don't suppose that'll happen anytime soon, so i wouldn't worry. Best not to look on preloved if you are into working dogs surely. :whistling:

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THERE IS WELL KNOWN AND TESTED LINES OF BLACK TERRIERS THAT FROM TIME TO TIME WHEN BRED THAT THEY PRODUCE AN ODD BLACK AND WHITE MARKED TERRIER AND THEY ARE SUPER GRAFTERS SO WHO CARES LOTS OF LINES OF BLACKS GO BACK TO BORDERS LAKELANDS ETC THEY HAVE TO START SOMEWERE JMHO

is it so uncommon to find the odd white in a litter seeing as alot of lines will have some kind of bull blood infused somewhere even if its way way back?

 

I thought there was always a slim chance Fells might throw a white: I don't know much about their breeding but i thought that there was Russel in many blood lines 50 or 100y ago. Simple gentics means that a white one might pop out every now and then; the chances just get smaller and smaller with time.

 

Mind you if its on pre-loved it probably is a pat crossed with a Russel anyway: The numbnuts and peddlers on there are just selling for money and don't give a f**k who they lie or sell to.

 

The only way to remove the slim chance of a whites or part-white is if the breed goes kc :icon_eek: and everyone breeds for colour :no: , then every mating shall breed true to the kc chosen colour....... :bad:

 

Mind you, I don't suppose that'll happen anytime soon, so i wouldn't worry. Best not to look on preloved if you are into working dogs surely. :whistling:

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