Buster and anyone else with experience, I took in a dog a while back that is a border collie, austrailian shephard cross. A couple of weeks ago I noticed that she seemed to be swelling up and at first I thought she must have something wrong, so i picked her up and was going to take her in the barn to look her over and worm her...she was full of milk! So I've been told the Dad has to be a blue heeler. I posted the puppies on craigslist before they were even born to give me plenty of time to find good homes. I have found 6 confirmed homes and only asked for $20 to cover puppy shots and anything left will go to spay the mom. I would give the pups away, but have been warned to ask for something when you list on classifieds to keep horders and dogfighter away. I listed them as blue heeler/border collie/ aust. shep. Everyone wants that heeler color. They were born last night and I got a good look at them this morning. 6 are white with black spots, 2 are white with red spots, 1 looks like a border collie, black with white collar and socks, 1 is an odd ball reddish brown with white border collie/ aust. shep. markings. Do you think the whites with spots will color out? They aren't bright white..is there a way to look at the skin and tell? I want to let these folks know something, but I hate to tell them they are blues and then have them never color out.