Coat Color

Bridge Sue Macartney Snape
by Sue Macartney Snape
“Mere colour, unspoiled by meaning, and unallied with definite form,
can speak to the soul in a thousand different ways.
Oscar Wilde

The study of color genetics is fascinating, especially in a breed with so many color alleles in the population. It provides a wonderful opportunity to see what’s created by the interaction between genes and alleles. Watch here as an in-depth Lhasa Apso color study coverage develops, utilizing known mapped genes which affect coat color, Little’s letters and photographs of Lhasa Apsos.
Coats of Many Colors by Cassandra de la Rosa
Color and Deafness in Dogs by Dr. George M. Strain
Color Genes  by Dr. John Armstrong
Genes affecting coat colour and pattern in domestic dogs
by S. M. Schmutz and T. G. Berryere
Genetics of Coat Color and Type in Dogs – Sheila Schmutz website
Genetics of the Dog by by Malcolm B. Willis
The Brindle Gene by Debby Rothman
The Genetics of the Cream Coat by Shelia M. Schmutz and Tom G. Berryere
The Inheritance of Coat Color in Dogs by Clarence C. Little, Sc.D.
The Inheritance of Coat Color in the Lhasa Apso by J.E. James
Unwanted White by Leandra Little