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A Visitor asked the following question on 6/5/2007
I'm not sure which red color my mastiff is,what is the difference in the colors? thanks

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6/6/07 There are 3 colors in a bullmastiff, red, fawn and brindle. If she is red then she is a red. If she is a light tan color, then she is a fawn. If she has black stripes, then she is a brindle. Color is that simple. Melody
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8/11/07 yes your right its that simple JOSEPH
IRONMOUNTAINBULLMASTIFFS, PUPPIES, AND STUD SERVICE AKC
8/11/07 IF ITS NOT RED FAWN OR BRINDLE ITS NOT A PUREBREED BULLMASTIFF. JOSEPH
IRONMOUNTAINBULLMASTIFFS, PUPPIES, AND STUD SERVICE AKC
8/12/07 but there is one more color in a bullmastiff red fawn,brindle,but you forgot this one as many bullmastiff breeders do you forgot about this one.The Dudley Bullmastiff is a mutation of the normal colored animal. There are two color variations of Dudleys. One is a gray or gray and beige dog with a dark gray masks, gray nose and yellow eyes. The second variety is a fawn to reddish fawn dog with a red masks, pink to liver nose, and yellow eyes. Some breeders put to sleep Dudley pups when they are born. They are fairly easy to detect even at birth. Although many pups are born with pink noses, the normal pupís nose turns black within approximately a week of birth. A red or brown mask at birth is the sign of a Dudley. In the gray Dudley the coat color is a give-away to the future color of the dog. There are fawn pups born with a heavy overlay of black hair, which the novice might suspect of being gray Dudleys. However, these pups are almost always born with strong black masks which mark th JOSEPH
IRONMOUNTAINBULLMASTIFFS, PUPPIES, AND STUD SERVICE AKC