Siberian Husky Dog Colors

Siberian husky dog colors - since someone asked around here about the colors of the husky I try to put them all in summary to give us a general idea of the best known colors-black and white solid the individual hair of the outer layer are solid black from the root to the point.  They have a black and white cloak. The fur in the posterior limbs, the tail and the ears is of intense black color. The lower layer is dark grey or black. Black dogs usually also have a very dark pigmentation on their leg pads.







-Black and white diluted

The individual hairs of the outer layer are white in the root, but the last part of black color. Some solid white hairs are present as well, siberian husky dog colors. Yellow and brown hairs are found in the posterior limbs, tail and ears. The layer can be beige, white and dark grey or often a mixture of the three.

-Diluted silver

The hairs of the outer layer are mostly white, ending with a black tip. No yellow or brown hairs are present gray, only, siberian husky dog colors. Dogs are black in the head and spine. Silver in the back rooms, tail and ears. The bottom layer is white

-Grey

The individual hairs of the outer layer are cream and/or grey/brown in the root, siberian husky dog colors, ending in a black tip. The inner layer is usually a mixture of beige and silver.

-Silver Grey

The outer layer is of different shades of white, it gives a silver impression on the head, the back and something darker along the spine. There are no shades of brown. The inner layer is light grey or white, Siberian husky dog colors.

-CHOCOLATE

The outer layer is dark red, copper or brown uniform. The coat is white red color has the same intensity throughout the body, including ears, hind legs and tail, siberian husky dog colors. The inner layer is copper, red or brown. The eyes are amber or blue, or one of each, but never brown. The nose is always liver-colored.

-Red

The outer layer is light red and the apricot color is adjusted. The outer layer is white at the root, but interspersed for the last part of red, with a few solid white hairs. There are no black dots. The lower layer is white with red hues, siberian husky dog colors. There are no black dots. The eyes are amber or blue, or one of each, but never brown. The nose is always liver-colored.

-Diluted red

The outer layer is light red with a lot of white. As in black dilute the general impression is a soft-tone version of the Jet color sample, siberian husky dog colors. The lower layer is white. The eyes are amber or blue, or one of each, but never brown.

-SABLE

Individual hairs of the outer layer are reddish in the base, ending with a black tip. Black is especially present along the sitting area, siberian husky dog colors. The inner layer is chocolate red or copper, not beige as in the gray wolf.  They have influence of the dilution factors nuances. This is a rare color.

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The outer layer is yellow/brown color, starting from the hair root, and ending in a black tip, siberian husky dog colors.  It has beige, brown, yellow or red molds behind the ears, in the back rooms and in the saddle area.

-WOLF BROWM

The outer layer has a defined shade of brown, instead of red or copper as in Sabers. The dog may have white or cream marks on the usual areas such as the face, chest, legs and tail. The bottom layer is beige to white cream, siberian husky dog colors. This color is much better known in Igloo Pak lineage dogs.

-Aquila outer layer is always surrounded by black at the root and tip and yellow in the center of the band. A grizzled effect is usually present in the saddle area. The dog is usually solid in color that only presents a little white, siberian husky dog colors. The white marks are not really white are cream the inner layer is carbon. This color is called "wild coloration ".

-White and white ISABEL

The outer layer can be monochrome or in silver tipping bands. The white Isabel has beige tones on the ears, saddle, above the hock and the elbow and in the tail. The lower layer is silvery or white in the dog's pure white and black with some. Beige and yellow in the white dog Isabel-white with mantle Negron is a color, but a pattern. The dog is white with picas spots restricted to the chair and rump. The outer layer in the saddle area is like a black dog. In other parts of it like a white dog. The lower layer is white or silver, but mantle can be banded or monochrome, siberian husky dog colors.

-Panton dog basically white with color, either on the head, the rump or both. The plates can be any of the most common colors in the breed; usually it is black, grey or red, siberian husky dog colors. The lower layer is white or silver; also the mantle can be of bands.