Cúchulainn was also known for a pretty intimidating rage-face and as a fierce fighter, which I think is pretty fitting for a Kishu. :)
He's so handsome!! And that beach picture is love.
Is he missing two teeth top front?
Unusual is that the "SP" means that he SHOULD exhibit pinto markings, but clearly he appears solid, so I'm not sure what that's about. I was going to follow up and email the lab to check on that.
homozygous piebald means he should appear mostly white with red patches concentrated at the base of his tail and on his ears/head. He shows the white markings I would expect a piebald/pinto carrier to exhibit.
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