A lemon A dog of the Basset Hound breed with blonde fur is a Basset Hound. The term “lemon” is used in dog breeding to describe a specific shade of yellow.
Lemon-colored Basset Hounds are often known as lemon and white since all Basset Hounds have white markings, typically on the paws, chest, neck, and tip of the tail. In contrast to most other dogs of this breed, however, lemon Basset Hounds lack black fur. Basset Hounds with either a lemon or a red coat are caused by the same recessive gene, although the genetic process that results in the lemon Basset Hound’s diluted colouring is not entirely understood.
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