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Jessica knight
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Question for anyone

Has anyone ever seen a blue treeing walker coonhound puppy her mom is ladnerís Wild maya and the dad is ladnerís wild tomahawk? They threw blue walker pups that are tri colored. If I knew how to post pictures I would.

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Re: Question for anyone

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Has anyone ever seen a blue treeing walker coonhound puppy her mom is ladnerís Wild maya and the dad is ladnerís wild tomahawk? They threw blue walker pups that are tri colored. If I knew how to post pictures I would.


I have never seen it, but I've heard about it happening.

Both Walkers and Blueticks originated from the English breed, so it's possible as they share some ancestors.

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Yes, I saw one that was "meter box gray" once too. If I'm not mistaken; the blue color is caused in some way by a recessive gene in what should have been black. I've seen some discussion about this but don't recall everything that was said.

ps......the gray puppy was directly out of Lipper; for what that's worth.

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Yes, I saw one that was "meter box gray" once too. If I'm not mistaken; the blue color is caused in some way by a recessive gene in what should have been black. I've seen some discussion about this but don't recall everything that was said.

ps......the gray puppy was directly out of Lipper; for what that's worth.

I call BS, Lipper never threw nothing but beautiful pups

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I call BS, Lipper never threw nothing but beautiful pups



Depends on whichever lipper your talking about the Texas lipper or the Missouri lipper.


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What ever happened in that breeding hasnít happened before. They are some pretty pup though.

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Depends on whichever lipper your talking about the Texas lipper or the Missouri lipper.


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I call BS, Lipper never threw nothing but beautiful pups


Including the ones that looked like collies? I recall one or 2 of those also.

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I have heard some people say the color is gray, blueish gray, blueish, and grayish black. When a picture is shown it is usually the color I am familiar with.

This color has been around for a long time in several different strains in walkers. It is caused by a modifier gene that interacts with the black color gene.

The genetics of dog color are well documented in dog breeding literature. If anyone is interested in more details, have information in one of my many books I could look up.

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I have heard some people say the color is gray, blueish gray, blueish, and grayish black. When a picture is shown it is usually the color I am familiar with.

This color has been around for a long time in several different strains in walkers. It is caused by a modifier gene that interacts with the black color gene.

The genetics of dog color are well documented in dog breeding literature. If anyone is interested in more details, have information in one of my many books I could look up.

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