Two-year-old Milly, a chocolate Labrador, had four male puppies recently and one girl. The girl puppy was not only a different gender, but she came out green, not golden like her brothers.
It’s a rare condition but not unheard of. The green tinge is due to exposure to biliverdin which is found in the placenta. Owner Elaine Cooper believes there are only two other cases in the world.
They named the pup Fifi after Princess Fiona from Shrek. (better choice than Kermit)
Fifi’s green tinge is only temporary and she will soon have golden fur like her brothers. They will all eventually turn chocolate like their mother.