--- theyoungs <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I wish they were "a dime a dozen" I would
> love to own one. I
> would say in this area bi blacks make up 2 to 5% of
> the sheltie population.
> Sables of course are #1, followed by merles, but we
> see few bi blacks. Even
> going to agility shows I see very few. Just enough
> to make me drool. :-)
so, i'm not the only one then, eh? 8^) ya, i've seen
a few merles but everyone i know has sables. my AS
was a bi-black or a tri w/ no visible tan & my first
AS/BC cross was a tri-black w/ only tan in her brows.
my BC cross i have now was bi-black as a pup but her
alleged terrier cross momma caused her to turn
salt&pepper. now, don't giggle because the groomers
had a field day w/ her copious amounts of hair but
here's a pic of her:
her coat is such a royal pain! what cracks me up is
that even though her parents were both working dogs on
a cattle farm she's never shown a capacity or interest
for herding anywhere in her funny little bones. 8^)
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