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    Our Bella had a large patch of white hair on her chest when we adopted her, but now the spot is disappearing. Wondering what causes the white hair in the first place and why is it going bye bye as she gets bigger. We liked it, she is such a pretty girl anyway but it really set her apart.
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    We thought our Sally's white spot would get smaller, but it hasn't. I don't think anything causes the white spot. It's just part of their make up.


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    Sally is sooooooo beautiful and I adore her white spot. I love Bella's too, just wish it would stick around and stop shrinking!

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    Both my boys have some white on their chest. Diesel (chocolate) has a pretty big spot and it has not changed since he was 6 months old. Blaise has a thin white vertical stripe on his chest and as his coat has filled in it has become harder to see.
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    my first lab Casey had a small white spot on her chest..it stayed the same all her life...she was beautiful

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    Shane has a small white spot on his chest. Shane's is hard to see because of his color.
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    White spots are in the genes.

    Her spot isn't getting smaller, the rest of her is getting larger The spots tend to stay the same size as when they are born, then the body grows around it so to speak
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    Well if it's in the genes and when we get another lab in the future (Bella will need siblings of course in due time) I hope they have white spots too. Labs are just beautiful dogs with or without spots! I know I am biased but we adore our pup and when she is a year old we plan on getting another (or two) pup(s) to join our fur baby.
    Can you tell we are completely smitten?
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    Over here in the neighbourhood, there also is a chocolate labrador living with a white spot on the chest ..

    And they are even alloud by the labrador retriever club over here in the netherlands

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