Blue Eyed Schnauzers
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AKC Blue eyed Schnauzer info. : There is a lot of mass confusion about these Blue eyed dogs going on, everyone needs to settle down and read slowly the info. below.
I have traced the entire line back to the first born Blue Eyed AKC Schnauzer. I have personally spoke to almost every dog owner in the pedigree on the side of the Blue Eyed lines. To date it looks like there are less then a dozen of them that can still breed (9-6-11). That I can personally confirm.
I have spoke to three Vet’s (Dr Steele and Dr B. (formally a Professor of Vet Med. at Ohio State University), CSU State Vet, three Universities (UC Davis, Texas A & M and CSU), two Genetic Laboratories (Vet Check and Vet Diagnostic Center) as well as Sandra Boarders (who has her Masters in Animal Biology). And all agree that you can’t have a gene that is both Dominant and Recessive at the same time. And that by looking at what has been produced by all of these dogs it is a Dominant Gene.
What that means is that this is a DOMINATE GENE. NOT RECESSIVE. There is absolutely no way for it to be both.
This gene also in proof of production and genetics shows to be an incomplete gene that has mutated in. It is a split for Blue. Meaning the dogs with the Blue Eyes have a Dominant Single Allele which is Blue and a single Recessive for Brown. A Sch. with some sort of Blue in it’s eye’s from these genetic bloodlines will produce half of it’s offspring with some sort of Blue Eyes.
What this means: This is a gene that stands on it’s own, there is no such thing as being a carrier when there is a dominant gene, 100% not possible to carry the Blue eyed gene in this case. If you don’t see it they don’t have it. PERIOD!!!!!!!!!
I did all the research due to the fact that no one else has looked into any of the past on these AKC Blue Eyed Schnauzers. Also many people are thinking they can buy a puppy out of a Blue Eyed Schnauzer and they can still reproduce Blue Eyed puppies and someone needs to have hard proof that this is not true. 100% NOT genetically possible.
I don’t think people are trying to lie about this, they just haven’t done their homework on the Blue Eyed Sch. Pedigree’s and research with any Genetics.
Since I now own a couple of AKC Blue Eyed Schnauzers I wanted to make sure I know the history behind them as much as possible and to make sure I am not leading potential buyers in the wrong direction. If a breeder tells you something different about this Blue Eyed Gene, please call me to talk about it. I can explain it as it was explained to me by the Lab’s and vet’s (what I would be talking about is how the Recessive and Dominate Genes work). It’s easier to explain on the phone and easier for you to understand.
I am so excited about my first litter, I had two girls with Partial to half Blue eyes. They are out of my Journey and my Cooper, By request I am going to give you some of my bloodlines in my Blue Eyed AKC dogs: Music Maker’s Rhet Butler, Rhett Butler, Music Maker’s Bronze Dream, Waltmon’s Country Singn Jackson, Jabar’s P Puddles, Frankie Blue Eyes, Von Duke’s Pee Wee, CH Harwelden Lucky Strike Extra, Hickory Creek’s Shaddie Lady, Four Paws Preference. Take note that just because these dogs above are in my AKC Blue Eyed Sch. pedigee’s does not mean that they are all genetic producer of the Blue Eyes. All of these dogs above are with in the first 6 Generations.