Weird & Wonderful...
is a diluted tri. Sometimes referred to as a Maltese colour.
It is not a colour most would ever see in their lifetime. He
should have been a tri colour. Wherever there is grey, it should
be black. His nose and eye rim are black, so he could not be
confused with a lethal silver. A lethal silver rarely lives
past 2 weeks of age and they have no pigmentation whatsoever.
He also has grey eyes so he couldn't be a blue merle.
puppy is the result of a bi-factored blue merle and a bi-factored
tri. A Maltese can occur in any coloured breeding. Maltese colours
are born this way they don't turn this colour after they grow
up. Maltese acting on a black coat produces the grey puppy shown.
Maltese sables are a straw or champagne colour. Maltese blues
are a self-coloured silver with various shades of grey but no
black. He is one of two puppies in the litter. The littermate
is normal coloured. She is a bi-blue. This puppy has an incredible
personality, and he is such a sweetheart.