I don't think that was a true albino dob then...alninos have absence or decrease of pigmentation in the eyes and skin and hair. These parts seem to be more or less white. So the eyes would not need to be red but loose of color...and they wouldn't be honey they would appear more white...
What other type did you think we were discussing?
The dog does not meet the breed standard or "Type" and his type will not change.
If a dog that does not meet they standard or "Type" for the breed is bred, then in all likelihood it will produce more dogs that do not meet the "Type" Standard.
HE does not have type.
Yes ye does, his "Type" though is atypical or non typical and does not fit within the breed standard.
do you truely not comprehend?
Just posted on Rarer Colors this web site. This dog looks like he could be the result of what ever this guy is breeding. The parents are patched and solid livers and have produced solid whites. They have bred Solid whites and patched and gotten all patched puppies. There is some faded color on some of their ears that could be remounts of a liver or some other color.
Genetics has rules, but there are some rarities.