A unique Mismark Labrador that I had never seen before. She will be sold with no breeding rights. This little girl is out of two DNA tested AKC registered Labradors. Dam is a Charcoal color and Sire is Yellow. After researching there are a bunch of articles about this mismark. (The black and tan coloring is due to a modifier gene normally present in Labrador Retrievers. It is recessive and therefore requires each parent to contribute the black and tan gene to an individual for the color to show up. It can modify a black or chocolate Lab to have lighter tan markings in the usual locations of a Gordon Setter, Doberman or Rottweiler), Other than their color, these pups have the same temperament and health traits as their solid colored littermates. Please feel free to look up Black and Tan markings. She is actually considered a Charcoal colored lab with tan markings. She was born solid but after about 3 weeks began to show the tan coloring. Pretty. She is up to date on her shots/worming and ready to go to a new home wanting the personality and temperament of lab but color is not an issue. She is out of great hunting dogs. BD March 7, 2015

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