The Fawn Boston Terrier has a tan colored coat intermingled with black hairs, typically with darker fawn hairs down the back bone, and characteristic black lining around the eyes. They are sometimes compared to the fawn Boxer in terms of coloring. Genetically, they are most closely related to the brindle Boston Terrier.
Melanistic masks in black, brown or grey may appear on the faces of fawns. Like chocolate or red Bostons, fawns may range from a very light cream to a darker mahogany color. Fawns are sometimes incorrectly described as seal or red.
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