$3,200 - $3,400
Black and white "tuxedo" patterned Bernedoodles and Aussie Mountain Doodles and Golden Mounatin Doodles are referred to as "bicolour" (2 colours). They are a result of a masking gene that blocks the expression of tan points or sable. The nice thing about a bicolour dog, is that the pattern you see as a puppy is the pattern you will get as an adult. The pigment that comprises tan points is not a stable pigment in furnished (fluffy/bearded) dogs. There are other, unknown, genetics that influence the stability and the pigment intensity of tan points. Sable/Agouti dogs also change in their pigment dramatically from puppy to adult. What a tan pointed or sable dog looks like as a puppy can be starkly different from what a bicolour puppy will turn out to look like. Bicolours are striking and often overlooked!