I notice Chloe's lower jaw is quite pronounced, and her nose hasn't stretched out much yet, giving her a rather mismatched appearance! Holly was essentially a tiny less hairy version of what she is today, so I've never seen the visible change from puppy to adulthood. I think Chloe's brother had the same thing, although noticeable there (he's B/T with only the faintest dab of white on chin; Chloe's chin is definitely white and I think it stands out more because of that), but neither of their parents do. The breeders also said that if it wasn't for Chloe's white blaze, they'd have kept her for showing and/or breeding, so I'm assuming that this is not a fault, but simply a developmental stage. Anyone else see this? Does it disappear as the puppy matures and adult teeth come in?