The Basenji is an ancient breed that bears a striking resemblance to dogs painted on the tombstones of Egyptian pharaohs.
Brindle markings are very common on one of North America's most popular dog breeds: the boxer. Known for being fun-loving, energetic, clever, and affectionate,
Brindle cairn terriers are fairly common. But, because their coat tends to be wiry and shaggy, the pattern isn't as distinct as it can be on breeds with short coats.
Considered one of the oldest breeds from the British Isles, the Cardigan Welsh corgi is commonly found with brindle markings.
Dutch shepherds are only found with brindle markings. They're usually shades of silver or red gold. These dogs were originally found in other coat colors, but,
French bulldogs are one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States, and they're commonly found with brindle markings.
American Staffordshire terriers look like they’re perpetually smiling, which matches their happy, goofy personalities. Despite their medium size,
Because of their short coats, the brindle markings sometimes found on greyhounds are very distinct. Despite their bursts of incredible speed,
Hairless chihuahuas are the same breed as coated chihuahuas — they just have a rare genetic defect that causes them to be hairless. Thus, their temperament is just like any other chihuahua.