pug color genetics

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    aimee
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    i have two fawn pugs, if i breed them together is it possible to get any black pups? i know that the femalespug color genetics father was black.

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    Robert
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    Yes, just like with Labs: any color mother can have a yellow, brown, or black puppy, based on what colors they have in their family tree.
    So I would say there is a chance, depending on how many pups your pug carries that there will be a black puppy.

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    Pat
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    In pugs when you are breeding 2 fawn pugs you can only get Fawns different shades from fawn with a lot of back hairs in the trace line to very light fawn to Apricot but fawn pugs only carry the fawn gene you will not get Black or Brindle pugs If you breed a black & fawn then you can get Fawn Blacks or possible Brindle the black pug carries all the color gene

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