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If you breed a Chocolate (aa bb D*) to a Dove (aa bb dd pp -pink eyed black )
What color offspring would I get?
 

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No clue what they are carrying.
If I bred a brother and a sister from that litter, I would get black, chocolate and dove right?
How would I go about getting champagne(Pink eyed chocolate)
 

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that website really is great. on some varieties it tells you what to breed in order to get that color. unfortunately it doesnt tell you specifically how to make champagnes :(
 

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according to that website, Dove is pink eyed blue, but I thought it was pink eyed black.
 

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haha i think you read it wrong. it says dove is pink eyed black. it says that silver is pink eyed blue

"Dove is genetically a pink eyed Black. Dove is also genetically akin to Silver (pink eyed Blue or to put it another way, diluted Dove)"
 

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Yeah I just noticed that,lol. Its after 2am I should be in bed, but I cant stop reading, but since Im not seeing straight, maybe I should go to bed.
 

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You can make champagne from those mice; champagne is just a pink eyed chocolate. You may get other things since you don't know what they carry, but in simple terms:
choc x dove = blacks (carrying PE and chocolate)
black x black may mean that some inherit chocolate and PE from both parents, these babies would be champagne.
 
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