Chocolate is a recessive colour and will only appear if both parents carry the gene. Black or yellow are the usual colours. Chocolate Labradors are the same breed, just a less usual colour.
My black lab came from a red fox father and choc lab cross brown collie mother - he is pure black with a couple of white hairs on his chest - in fact all ten pups in the litter were black. Not a sign of the collie in him apart from the fact that he jumps through windows like a kangaroo.
Well Said Peach bug. Dog genetics are not like mixing paint colors!!
No. You could breed two yellow labs and end up with eight black labs.
There is no such thing as a spotted pure bred lab
Maybe there is no telling knowing that they are mixing w/their pure breed but more than likely they will!!!
There is a possibility but they are usually black and whit some times they can be all white or all black. I wouldn't be surprised.
Yes they can. I had a female yellow and a male chocolate and she had all black and chocolate puppies, not one yellow.
I have a black female and yellow lab and they had 6 black and 4 chocolate
Can tan male lab pit mix and a black lab chow female mix have all black puppies
No because chocolate is a recessive color and will only appear if both parents carry the gene.
It is not always the way its 50/50 you have more chance if they have chocolate in their line (ie) brother,sisters,grand parents
I just purchased this very mix and the puppy's were all black
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Um...I'm afraid genetics don't always work like that. While I'm not an expert on doggie genes, they will most likely produce one or the other, or even a mixed fur type, meaning black and yellow hairs or patches. It's possible...but I believe chocolate labs are a breed all their own.