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is white a dominate or recessive gene?? From my understanding..the blue fawn is a double recessive gene..now if a white were to cross with a double recessive gene..would the white be the primary color from the result?? I'm guessing that white will be like black and be a dominat gene..but I'm not sure.. I'm trying to learn color genetics on my own ..& haven't found any really good websites..any info would be great or links to sites on the genetics behind colors..
 

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White is dominant...I have always had predominately white pups in bulldogs...at least one solid white, and almost always heavy white with patches of color. As far as breeding a dominant to a recessive, both parents must carry the recessive gene to guarantee color, but all pups would be born with the gene. (so if you bred a non-colored pup who carried the color gene to a pup with color, you would get color.
 
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