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Repost from my previous question about color?
Seal is a very weird color of merle. He appears to be part border collie, and his mom is a cattle dog. His litter mates are black and white, black and white with heavy ticking, and blue merle.
His nose and eye rims are black, and he has black and chocolate spots on a light chocolate, silvery coat base color.
At first we figured red merle because of his brown color and chocolate spots, but his nose is not red. We then considered blue merle, but he has chocolate spots on a light chocolate coat.
We have looked at seal and sable merles, but there are not a lot of pictures of them to compare to the puppy.