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Re: Color mixing.

Post  Esther on Tue Feb 03, 2009 3:09 pm

Randi's Ushabti wrote:Since the first of January it is allowed in the Nerherlands to mix Pepper&Salt x Black in Riesenschnauzer, Standard Schnauzer and miniature Schnauzer. In Miniature Schnauzer it is also allowed te mix white x Black.

Ok and before that it was banned??

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Re: Color mixing.

Post  D'el casa di Vita on Tue Feb 03, 2009 7:42 pm

It was a misunderstanding,we don't take colormix breeding!!!
There was someone that write on the WP off the kennelclub from holland,but it is not true scratch
But I think you may have showing a dog from mixed colors.
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Re: Color mixing.

Post  Stephi on Sun Mar 29, 2009 11:49 am

Arno wrote:
Esther wrote:Is color mixing ok in your country, and what’s your opinion on mixing colors?

I know its hot topic for some and that’s why I’m interested in hearing you opinion.

It’s still ok to mix color in Iceland and I have mixed to extend my own gene pool, but this is hot topic in the Icelandic Schnauzer club and think in the end they will ban mixing.

In Germany it is not allowed to mix colours . The FCI gives one CACIB for every race. That’s the reason for separate colours by schnauzers, because black, bs, ps, are separate races. They have a special race-number. So you can get CACIB in every case.
If you make colour mixing open, FCI could see one race in miniature schnauzer !!

On the other hand breeders sometimes need more genetic variation. I thing this will be the problem in future.

So buy many German breeders dogs abroad to come from combinations of colors!
Whether that ultimately it makes sense, I do not know.
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Post  marceborzoi on Mon Apr 13, 2009 6:05 pm

In my contry- Lithuania, you can't mix colors. But my Attilas had great-grandfather, who was black and silver. But he was breeded not in my contry, he was breeded in America. So, my black Zwerg, has got black and silver great-granfather.
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