Acceptable AADRI Colors are:

Black: This is a solid evenly colored black dog, with no hint of chocolate or red in the coat. ALWAYS with a black nose. With or without white markings.
Blue: This is a solid evenly colored blue dog. Always with a Blue nose. With or without white markings.

Chocolate: This is a solid evenly colored chocolate dog. Always with a chocolate nose. With or without white markings.

Seal: This is a black dog with hints of chocolate or red in the under coat. Most predominantly seen over the shoulders and thighs. With or without white markings.

Fawn: This is a dog with a black nose and a tan colored body. The Body may be a light creamy tan all the way up to a deep red or any shade between. It will be a clear color without any black tips to the hair anywhere on the body. With or without white markings.

Buckskin: This is a dog with a black nose and a tan colored body. The body might be a creamy tan all the way up to a deep red or any shade between. It will have black tips to the hair along the spine, tail and the top of the head. There may be just a few of these black guard hairs or quite a lot. Typically seen is the solid black muzzle and black tail tip. With or without white markings.

Blue Fawn: This is a dog with a blue nose and a tan colored body. The body might be a creamy tan all the way up to a deep red or any shade between. It may or may not have blue tips to the hair along the spine, tail and the top of the head. Typically seen with a solid blue muzzle. With or without white markings.

Red: This is a solid evenly colored red dog. Color may range from a very light cream red to a deep brick red. ALWAYS with a Red nose. With or Without white markings.

Chocolate Brindle: This is a dog with a Chocolate nose and any combination of Chocolate and red stripes. There are a variety of shades of red, and various amounts of stripes. ANY chocolate dog with even a single stripe is considered Chocolate Brindle. With or without white markings.

Blue Brindle: This is a dog with a blue nose and any combination of blue and fawn stripes. There are a variety of shades of fawn, and various amounts of stripes. ANY dog with a blue nose and even a single stripe is considered Blue Brindle. With or without white markings.

Black Brindle: This is a dog with a black nose and any combination of black and fawn stripes. There are a variety of shades of fawn, and various amounts of stripes. ANY dog with a black nose and even a single stripe is considered Black Brindle. With or without white markings.

Black Tri: This is a dog with a black nose, a black body and very clearly defined tan markings above each eye, over the muzzle and cheek, on the chest, under the tail, and the lower part of all 4 legs. There will be NO other tan markings outside of those defined. With or without white markings.

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Blue Tri: This is a dog with a blue nose, a blue body and very clearly defined tan markings above each eye, over the muzzle and cheek, on the chest, under the tail, and the lower part of all 4 legs. There will be NO other tan markings outside of those defined. With or without white markings.

Chocolate Tri: This is a dog with a Chocolate nose, a chocolate body and very clearly defined tan markings above each eye, over the muzzle and cheek, on the chest, under the tail, and the lower part of all 4 legs. There will be NO other tan markings outside of those defined. With or without white markings.

White: This is a dog with a solid white body, with no patches, marks or colors. Please indicate nose color.

Piebald: This is a dog that is more than 50% white with patches of color. The colored patches may be limited to just the head or extend to the body. They may be irregularly shaped or clearly defined circular patterns. Please use the colors above to indicate the color of the patches and nose.