Ethan's d'Anvers

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Posted by Julie on November 8, 2011

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Kristen
3:49 PM on January 8, 2014 
White toenails are a fault in Black d'Anvers and all varieties within breeds that call for dark slate/black shanks. Since a Self Blue is a dilute form of the Black d'Anver (a variety with very dark shanks), white toenails tend to stand out to those with experience in other solid varieties, such as the closely related black. I am not 100% certain that white toenails are technically a fault in Self Blue, however, just as a general principal, it is advisable to avoid them when you can, except in white and cuckoo d'Anvers.
Julie
8:07 AM on November 12, 2011 
So, white toenails are a problem? I'm new to this breed.
lindab
5:45 PM on November 11, 2011 
What a cutie. Don't you just wish those white toenails would just go away?