Color Terminology

Our most common colors and Reds and Apricots, but we occasionally

breed some of the other more rare colorings.  

Scroll through photos below to see examples of each coloring. 

Red & Red Abstract

Abstract means white markings.

The more white, the more "abstract". 

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Apricot & Apricot Abstract

Abstract means white markings.

The more white, the more "abstract". 

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Blenheim

Purebred Cavalier King Charles Spaniels with this coloring

are called "Blenheim" (pronounced BLEN-em)

Base coat is white, with Red/Apricot markings. 

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Black/Tan Phantom 

Phantom is a pattern. It means that there is a different color in the eye brows and cheeks.

This is a black/tan phantom.  White markings on this coloring is a Phantom Abstract

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Traditional Tri-Color & Chocolate Tri-Color

Tri-color means that the dog has a white base coat, with black markings and lighter colored eyebrows/cheeks. Replace the black for a rich brown marking, and its called a "chocolate tri-color" 

Chocolates usually have Green/Amber eyes and brown noses.. 

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Sable

Sable means a swirl of colors, like red and black. 

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Black Abstract & White/Cream

Like a fancy black tuxedo or a floofy marshmallow.

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