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 Wondai
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cool, thanks jeff!!!
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I have been raising Griffs for over 40 years, specializing in Black and Tans. There were almost none to be had in the early days except to import them. They seem to carry most of the variant colors including the blues and blue and tans. I have kept MANY blues over the years and have much experience with the color. I can say with all honesty that aside from being hairless like a Crested, I have had NO HEALTH ISSUES WITH THEM. Just the same as a regular colored Griff.

Also after having MANY litters of Black and Tan x Black and Tan crosses I have never produced a Belge from the cross....never. So how is it a recessive to Black and Tan? I get lots with red to Black and Tan.
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Also after having MANY litters of Black and Tan x Black and Tan crosses I have never produced a Belge from the cross....never. So how is it a recessive to Black and Tan? I get lots with red to Black and Tan.

It isn't recessive, and it should work exactly the way you've outline-

Red is AyAy
Belge is Ayat
B&T is atat.

B&T to B&T should never produce anything but B&T.

Red X Red should only produce Red

Red x B&T should produce only Belge
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