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PHANTOM

Phantom markings in dogs are similar to a Dobermans and in Doods, originate in their Poodle lines. There are black, chocolate, apricot, red & silver phantoms.  Phantoms are born with their markings.
K locus alleles determine the colouring pattern of a dog's coat.  E locus alleles determine whether an animal expresses a mask or grizzle pattern.  A locus alleles determine whether an animal expresses an agouti appearance.

Phantom markings must have a ky/ky genotype plus an E or EM, and also be at/at


 
Goldendoodles
Labradoodles
Other Doodles
First Generation
First Generation
F1b  (Backcross)
F1b  (Backcross)
F2B  (2ND Generation Backcross)
Multigeneration


PHANTOM

 First Generation Goldendoodles

 F1b  (backcross) Goldendoodles
Ruby at 1 week - APRICOT/CHOCOLATE PHANTOM
Koko at 1 week - CHOCOLATE/TAN PHANTOM
Emmett at 2 weeks - CHOCOLATE/TAN PHANTOM
Ruby, Koko & Emmett
Emmett at 5 weeks - CHOCOLATE/TAN PHANTOM
Emmett at 8 months

 F2B  (2nd generation backcross) Goldendoodles

 First Generation Labradoodles
Dude - chocolate Phantom
as a pup
Dude as an adult

 F1b  (backcross) Labradoodles

 Multigeneration Labradoodles
Nash - F3 Chocolate Phantom at 4 days
7 weeks
adult
 Aussiedoodles
Willow - 9 Weeks - BLUE MERLE / APRICOT PHANTOM
Willow at 15 weeks



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It is meant to provide resource, so that we can better understand canine health related issues.