We all know that an albino horse is always white, barring other side traits like gloom or coat warmth. And you get albinos by breeding full siblings, that is, horses that both have the same parents. So a pure white dog breed should be from full siblings too right? WRONG. What you get from breeding full siblings in K9s is a Mutt! Mutts have a unique coat for each of the twelve breeds. The coats do not have the ability to pass, however the eyes they have DO have the ability to pass.
Now the all white coats in the dog breeds are called Blancos, which is Spanish for white lol. To get one of those coats you need to breed two K-9s of the same color coats together. (example: two Red Pie Face Huskies could produce a Blanco Husky). Blancos can come in the same breeds as Mutts, with five added ones.
The coats on the Blanco K-9s do NOT have the ability to be passed on.
The Blanco Collars DO have the ability to be passed on.
So the moral of the story is, get yourself some full siblings and same coats, and breed up some Mutts and Blancos!
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