To begin, let me give you a small hint: although the term "Dudley" is frequently used in conjunction
with the word "Labrador," it does not specifically relate to any one dog breed
Let's begin with a little anatomy lesson for dogs. The formal term for the pigmented portion of your dog's
nose is "nasal planum." Although the nasal planum usually appears black, there may occasionally be other differences.
One color variation is known as the "Dudley nose
All that distinguishes a Dudley nose is that it appears flesh-colored
This is regarded as a type of "nasal depigmentation," or a variation in the color of the dog's nose.