I'm not wrong. Did you even read the information on the website you linked? Quote specifically where it says you can get Kennel Club (KC) papers for a dog that is a colour that is not a part of the standard breed. That information actually addresses the points I've been making throughout this thread! The KC has changed its database not to allow different colours to be considered a part of a standard breed but to stop potential puppy buyers from being duped by cunning sellers who don't care about anything apart from money. The KC have allowed breeders to mention non-standard colours because of serious concerns from breeders, not because they are now recognising any colour to be a standard colour for any breed. The puppies will be labelled as "colour not recognised".