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    Just confirming something

    So this is my BP, I've had her for a little while now and I didn't think I was going to breed her but now I think I will when she gets old enough and weighs enough. I'm pretty sure she's a normal but I just wanted to make sure I'm not missing anything.



    Sorry about the lack of a head, I couldn't get one that wasn't blurry, but she doesn't have a head stamp.

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    could we get a headshot anyway? what color are the eyes?
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    From here she almost looks like she could a browned out pastel. But I'm still a newbie so idk

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    Looks like its in shed

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    Iím no expert but she looks like a normal to me.
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    I'd say a normal browned out pastel in shed.

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    here's a head shot, and shes not in shed right now

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    Browned out Pastel. Eyes look green to me.

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    Are her eyes green or yellow like the coloring on her skin? They look to be a yellow. She also looks to be a normal.
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    Here eyes are yellow at the top, a greyish color in the middle, and then black at the bottom

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