RAVEN (true black)Black pigment, eyes darkest brown to sparkling black
CHOCOLATE Liver pigment, eyes honey brown to hazel
CAFE Liver pigment eyes honey brown to hazel.
APRICOT - Black pigment, honey coloured to dark brown eyes
GOLD - Golden cream colour with black nose eye rims and paw pads (pigment)
COOL CARAMEL (sometimes called ICED CARAMEL) Pale Cream with liver (sometimes called 'rose') nose, eye rims, lip rims and paw pads (pigment). Eyes shades of hazel
SILVER - born black and grey out with age, beginning on the face, legs and tail. Occasionally may pale out to Platinum but not always. Silvers have become rare as they were phazed out from breeding programs due to their unpopularity
WARM CARAMEL Similar colour to Apricot excepting that they have liver (often called 'rose') nose, lip and eye rims, and have eyes that are shades of hazel
PARCHMENT The Parchment colour often begins as a Chocolate, paling in its shade over the first couple of years. Experienced breeders can distinguish the Parchment colour at around six weeks of age. Pigment colour is liver and eyes are shades of hazel
BLUE - Rare. They look black most of the year, but have blue skin and pigment. Eyes grey to hazel
RED - vivid rich red with black or red pigment. Eyes honey coloured to rich brown. The darker the coat the darker the eye colour. Most Reds pale out to Apricot or lighter into maturity
PARTI COLOUR - a combination of any of the solid colours with cream or white. ..
There is no photograph of a Parti Colour here because each one looks different to another