Black English Bulldogs are the most common color of the four rare colors found in the AKC English Bulldogs. The color black should always look black in the sun and against other objects and it should have a shiny coat. This is unless the Seal gene is present which can present other colors of undertone. Some Black English Bulldogs may or may not have a fawn undercoat when the hair is rubbed backwards and the nose, foot pads and eyeliner should always be true black.
The genotype for the Black gene is [Kb] and/or [atat].
The Black and Tan combination is Black and Tan/Trindle with a minimal amount of white coloring on the chest area with a solid black body.
This combination in the English Bulldog has Tan and Trindle points with black and white in any design.
The Black Seal combination in English Bulldogs includes black and white in any design
The Black Merle color combination is in any design with foot pads, nose and eyeliner in black.
The Black Platinum color combination features an all white with little body color or none (less than 10 percent) with typical spots on the face and tail.
This combination features black and fawn stripes with any design of white markings. One of the characteristics is that Brindle dogs are always either ayay, or ayat at agouti and carry at least on Kbr gene. However, Brindle dogs cannot be atat or carry a Kb gene.
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