The Tri-Color Brittany
There are currently two acceptable colors for the Brittany, orange and liver. A tri-color is a liver dog with orange points that show due to a gene that masks the expression of the liver gene. Currently the standard reads:
Orange and white or liver and white in either clear or roan patterns. Some ticking is desirable. The orange or liver is found in the standard parti-color or piebald patterns. Washed out colors are not desirable. Tri-colors are allowed but not preferred. A tri-color is a liver and white dog with classic orange markings on eyebrows, muzzle and cheeks, inside the ears and under the tail, freckles on the lower legs are orange. Anything exceeding the limits of these markings shall be severely penalized. Black is a disqualification.