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DNA info for the Lilac English Bulldog

Lilac Bulldogs start out black, then diluted, not once but twice by the chocolate gene, then the blue  gene. The [bb] allele dilutes the black to brown, and [dd] dilutes the black to blue. Try mixing blue and brown paint, you will get some shade of Purple/Lilac. The Lilac should be shiny and look weimerainer gray (or some shade of purple/lilac) against black objects or in the sun unless it is the Seal Color.  The nose, eyeliner, & pads are some shade of purple.

 In the case of the Lilac Fawn, although the HAIR is not diluted by the [bb,dd] genes, the pigment in the nose, foot pads, and eyeliner is diluted to purple which can vary in shade. It is sad that we have no other choice with the available AKC Codes, than to register our Lilac Bulldogs with the same codes as the Blue.

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