Australian Shepherd Colors

Color Examples


Black

Black and Tan

Black Bi

Black Tri

Blue Merle

Blue Merle and Tan

Blue Merle Bi

Blue Merle Tri

Double Merle

Red

Red and Tan

Red Bi

Red Merle

Red Merle and Tan

Red Merle Bi

Red Merle Tri

Red Tri

Color Genes

Color ABS
Black AABBSS
Black AABbSS
Black and Tan AAtBBSS
Black and Tan AAtBbSS
Black and Tan AtAtBBSS
Black and Tan AtAtBbSS
Black Bi AABBSiSi
Black Bi AABBSSi
Black Bi AABbSiSi
Black Bi AABbSSi
Black Tri AAtBBSiSi
Black Tri AAtBBSSi
Black Tri AAtBbSiSi
Black Tri AAtBbSSi
Black Tri AtAtBBSiSi
Black Tri AtAtBBSSi
Black Tri AtAtBbSiSi
Black Tri AtAtBbSSi
Blue Merle AABBSS
Blue Merle AABbSS
Blue Merle and Tan AAtBBSS
Blue Merle and Tan AAtBbSS
Blue Merle and Tan AtAtBBSS
Blue Merle and Tan AtAtBbSS
Blue Merle Bi AABBSiSi
Blue Merle Bi AABBSSi
Blue Merle Bi AABbSiSi
Blue Merle Bi AABbSSi
Blue Merle Tri AAtBBSiSi
Blue Merle Tri AAtBBSSi
Blue Merle Tri AAtBbSiSi
Blue Merle Tri AAtBbSSi
Blue Merle Tri AtAtBBSiSi
Blue Merle Tri AtAtBBSSi
Blue Merle Tri AtAtBbSiSi
Blue Merle Tri AtAtBbSSi
Double Merle AABBSiSi
Double Merle AABBSS
Double Merle AABBSSi
Double Merle AABbSiSi
Double Merle AABbSS
Double Merle AABbSSi
Double Merle AAbbSiSi
Double Merle AAbbSS
Double Merle AAbbSSi
Double Merle AAtBBSiSi
Double Merle AAtBBSS
Double Merle AAtBBSSi
Double Merle AAtBbSiSi
Double Merle AAtBbSS
Double Merle AAtBbSSi
Double Merle AAtbbSiSi
Double Merle AAtbbSS
Double Merle AAtbbSSi
Double Merle AtAtBBSiSi
Double Merle AtAtBBSS
Double Merle AtAtBBSSi
Double Merle AtAtBbSiSi
Double Merle AtAtBbSS
Double Merle AtAtBbSSi
Double Merle AtAtbbSiSi
Double Merle AtAtbbSS
Double Merle AtAtbbSSi
Red AAbbSS
Red and Tan AAtbbSS
Red and Tan AtAtbbSS
Red Bi AAbbSiSi
Red Bi AAbbSSi
Red Merle AAbbSS
Red Merle and Tan AAtbbSS
Red Merle and Tan AtAtbbSS
Red Merle Bi AAbbSiSi
Red Merle Bi AAbbSSi
Red Merle Tri AAtbbSiSi
Red Merle Tri AAtbbSSi
Red Merle Tri AtAtbbSiSi
Red Merle Tri AtAtbbSSi
Red Tri AAtbbSiSi
Red Tri AAtbbSSi
Red Tri AtAtbbSiSi
Red Tri AtAtbbSSi


Did you know?
The figure 8 exercise requires the team to heel in a figure 8 pattern either on or off leash. Generally two of the ring stewards will assist the judge with this exercise by acting as "posts", standing 8 feet apart, that the team walks around to form the loops of the figure 8.