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yall need to do yall research there are no pit true pit bulls with grey coloration..its never been in their genetic make up…the “Blue” pit bulls you keep addressing are not pitbulls at all they are called american bullies..look up what game dogs look like and tell me if you see one grey game APBT, YOU WONT BECAUSE THEY DONT EXIST…ARGUE WITH ME I DARE YOU..You all are not educated on the breed at all, its disgusting how uneducated most of these “proud pitty owners” are this isnt even a breed for beginners, they need space, and are bred to be animal aggressive, not human aggressive but animal aggressive, they’re not meant for apartment life and can live in a household if provided enough space for them to run..these dogs are for the experienced owner and should not even be considered a pit bull unless is has at least 4 generations of pure pit bulls in its pedigree along with its bloodline, razors edge blue nose pit bulls do not exist, razor edge bullys exist and look the same as every other bully with the exception of their size.#Educate yourself #EndBSL #APBT and its #BullBreeds not bully breeds..bully breeds is a way to describe bullies not bull breeds
@Morgan there are no blue nose pit bulls, pit bulls dont come in grey, check out a real APBT and some real game dogs, I can bet you none of them are grey, bullies are grey though and have been mixed with mastiff and many different other breeds to get the grey coloration, you dont have a pit you have a bully, and another thing pit bulls are naturally animal aggressive, bullies are more laid back and relaxed
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How rare is a grey dog with blue eyes? - Quora
The most striking aspect of the breed is the unique grey color. The official color is simply called grey, but there are variations within individual dogs that range from a darker mouse grey to a light silver. The nose and toes are the same color as the coat. are born with dark grey tiger stripes that fade a few days later. It is one of the few breeds where this occurs. The dog's eye color is also unusual for dogs. Their eyes are grey, gold, or a greenish blue color, not the typical dark brown of most other breeds. Puppies are born with bright blue eyes that gradually change color by the time they are six months old. Rule 1. Think in terms of temperature. Colors can be divided into cool, warm and neutral categories. Blues, purples and greens are considered cool colors. Reds, browns, and tan are warm colors. Black, white and grey are neutral. Your dog’s coat color will fall into either the warm or neutral color category. Once you determine the temperature in terms of cool or warm, shop for opposites in your dogs coat temperature. For example, if your dog’s coat is a warm color like brown or red, shop for cool colors, like blue or green. Other warm colored coats would be tan, chocolate, and buff. If your dog’s coat is black, then you are a lucky one. There’s not too many colors a black-coated dog can’t wear. If you have a white dog, you have as many choices as you do with a black dog. Grey is neutral – you can go warm or cool with a grey dog, but you should pick something with contrast, which takes us to rule #2.Designed with 10mm blue & grey mountain climbing rope, 316 stainless steel clip, customized rope clamps original to our dog leashes, and welded stainless steel O ring. An optional carabiner and nanoSwivel are available.I have seen perhaps twenty adult greys in Ireland, about half being of my own breeding. These dogs were born pale grey, darkening with age. Some were medium grey when adult, others were dark slate colour, almost black. They were neither very rough nor completely smooth-coated, and, unlike the merles, had no tan markings and no blue or silver eyes. In fact, eye colour was very distinctive, being almost exactly the same grey as the coat. Noses were dark grey, and the skin was dark--never pink. An unusual feature of many grey dogs was the absence of hair on the ears. This was the case in about half the dogs I examined. All the dogs whose ears were hairless were prick-eared.