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Four month old changing colour

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When I got my pup he was a very light grey he's 4 month old now and completely changing colour going black. Will this be his adult colour. 

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I love how their fur changes like that...so cool!!
@BingBlaze n Skyla ~ Wow, BLAZE has really gone through fur changes alright!! He's such a gorgeous, adorable little puppy...and now so stunning and beautiful!!


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Ice started off a light grey, which went quite dark grey and now he’s back to fairly light grey again. They can change a lot as they mature.


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Amys black ‘saddle’ across her back has definitely got lighter too


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Aww how sweet, LUKA is so handsome & love his light fuzzy fur!! And CAI's gorgeous red fuzzy fur too!! Such a special photo!! So cool when they grow up and all their fur color patterns are darker & more defined!! Love both their facemasks and big bushy tails!!


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It's not uncommon for huskies to change colors as they age. When they are 4-5 months their puppy fur starts coming out either making them darker or lighter. As they age it can also change colors usually black and white stays black and white maybe with a little more grey or silver in the coat. Any other color but white of course can change a lot over time.
The first picture is Siku now at 10 months the second picture is Siku at 16 weeks complete change IMG_20180118_115825.jpgIMG_20170926_094710.jpg

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