Two colour coat. Both Black and White are distinguishable and significantly present in the coat; either one may be the predominant colour or they may be equally represented. It could be a black dog with white feet and blaze, or white trim; one with classic Irish pied markings or a predominantly white dog with irregular black patches. “Black & White” identifies the dominant colours in the coat but does not specify the pattern in which these colours are laid out. The eyerims, lips and nose are black.
Here are three examples of Black and White. In all three, you can easily distinguish the two colours in the coat. The extent of black areas and white areas are different in each one.