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  • -- What is a red Merle dog?

    Merle is a genetic gene that can appear in dog fur. Merle has different colors and patterns, and can affect the color of the dog's fur. The Merle gene can cause mottled spots in blue or odd-colored eyes, and may also affect the skin pigment of dogs. There are two general types of spots that appear in Merle fur: liver (red Merle) and black (blue Merle). The breeds most affected by the merle gene are the Australian Shepherd and Catahoula.

  • -- What is the difference between a red Merle and a Blue Merle?

    Research shows that he blue Merle is generally a black dog with a Merle pattern, while the red Merle is often a liver dog. Dogs with this gene will have more health problems. Merle has different colors and patterns, and can affect the color of the dog's fur. The merle gene can cause mottled spots in blue or odd-colored eyes, and may also affect the skin pigment of dogs. There are two general types of spots that appear in Merle fur: liver (red Merle) and black (blue Merle). The breeds most affected by the merle gene are the Australian Shepherd and Catahoula.

  • -- Do Merle dogs shed?

    The hair loss of the Merle depends on the breed and the season. Some breeds of dogs have strong hair and long hair. This type of Merle requires the owner to spend more time on daily maintenance. Long-haired Merle requires the owner to groom it patiently, otherwise such Merle will be really ugly. For example, the Australian Shepherd’s hair often loses seasonally. In some breeds, the extent of hair loss is not great. The problem of dog hair loss requires more observation by the owner.

  • -- How do you tell if a dog is a double Merle?

    If it is a dog with the Mel gene, it will generally show a normal Merle (Mm) coat pattern, so for owners who want to buy a Mel gene, it is difficult to determine whether they actually have Double Mel genes. Because there is almost no difference in the dog's coat. Puppies with the Mel gene usually have blue eyes. If you want to distinguish between double merle and merle you can consult your local veterinarian about the precautions when buying a dog.

  • -- Why are Merle Frenchies bad?

    The Merle is not a purebred French bulldog, and the reproductive ability of the Merle is not as good as the purebred French bulldog. Dogs of this breed of Merle are usually mixed with something to get a dog of this color, and the health of Merle is often a problem. Eye defects in double merle dogs include microphthalmia, conditions that cause increased intraocular pressure, and eyeball tumors. The Double Merle may be deaf or blind or both, and may have eye defects in blue or colored eyes. Now, many Merle breeders are for money regardless of the consequences of this kind of dog breeding.