|Barked: Sun Sep 4, '11 8:01pm PST |
|No urajiro is a reason, health might be too, but cream shiba inu are coarse healthy, but purposely breeding cream, pinto, red headed B&T etc. is not good for many reasons.
I seen a thread on this and it explained a lot on this.
It also could be because red, sesame, and B&T are the normal shiba colors. white boxer and off marked boxers aren't allowed to show.. White boxers tend to be deaf, but not sure exactly how common it is. Bella and Pearly our white boxer are not deaf and lived relatively healthy..
One reason could be coat quaility some say cream shiba coat tend to be a bit different, but coarse could be due to the breeder not breeding to the standard so the coat is different.
Creams do pop up in show breeders I know of one and she loves her pups no matter what and she makes sure the creams get into great pet homes and she will refuse to sell a pup if she feels this owner is not up for a shiba inu..
Could be because there's alread white or cream coloring in kishu and Hokkaido so one would want some distinction with the breeds? I dunno..
Kishu actually used to have other colors other then white and the colored kishu are very nice looking, but due toe white being more sought out you don't see it often something like that..
Nothing wrong with creams like there's nothing wrong with pinto or long hairs, but I wouldn't purposely breed two creams to produce more or breed a pinto with cream or red head B&T and a cream..
Lot of bad breeders I know breed that way and they also have tons of puppies at a time and over breed the mom..
Coarse cream do pop up, but they're not end of the world luckily we live in today's world so the cream will get a lovely pet home.
White boxers used to be culled..
I think UKC or CKC allows creams forgot which..
It's not part of the Japanese standard of a shiba inu..
I don't hate creams I've met a few and they're cute shiba inu Saya thought so and played with one.