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All About Colors
From time to time there is a question regarding colors. There can be confusion differentiating between a red, apricot, light apricot and cream puppy, etc.  Some breeders have different definitions which does not help. Since the red puppies cost more, it is a valid point of clarification. Please see my interpretation of colors below.


From left to right - Blue, Silver and Black.  These are black puppies colors when they clear as adults.  The blue and the silver are black puppies who have "cleared" to a lighter color.
These are all red puppies.  There can be a slight variation in the colors at birth.  Sometimes they "clear" lighter, sometimes the red deepens with age.  It's not possible to predict the final color at the puppy stage but it will always be a red. In my experience, only way to get red is from red parents. 
These are apricot puppies. They have a gold appearance.  Light apricots look creamy and are often mistaken for cream dogs as adults, but you can always tell an apricot by the ears, they stay apricot even if the rest of the coats lightens. 
These are cream puppies. They have an allover white appearance right from birth. They may have some tinge of dark here and there, but are generally distinctly cream as opposed the the apricot color above.
These are chocolate puppies. Sometimes a chocolate will clear or fade into a cafe, which is a lighter color chocolate but they will always be chocolate at birth.

I have had some people mistake a chocolate for a red.  They are definitely not the same.  Some chocolates may have a reddish tone but they are distinct colors.
Finally - we have the parti pup.
Parti is really just code for two colors.  The markings on the coat can vary widely.  In my experience the way the pups are marked is inherited from the parents, so if you like the parent's markings, they will often carry over into the puppies.
Black
Red
Apricot
Cream
Chocolate
Parti