The Irish setter boasts a deep, rich, red coat. Most commonly described as mahogany or chestnut, this sporting dog’s coat is a stunner. Their coats are smooth, fine, and glossy.
The Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever has a medium-length coat that can vary from golden to coppery red with white markings. Originally bred as a sporting dog for duck hunting,
The Irish terrier is known for its fiery red coat and temperament. These bold but lovable dogs have coats that vary slightly from golden to ginger red.
The dachshund may not be the first dog that comes to mind when thinking of red-coated breeds, but these famous little dogs come in a wide variety of colorings, including a deep, rich red.
This hunting dog sports a stunningly sleek, glossy, short red coat. With a chiseled, muscular structure and sleek fur, these pups are impressive to behold.
The strikingly golden-red Vizsla sports a glossy, short coat and a lean, agile build. This dog does not require much grooming.
Australian shepherds are full of energy, intelligence, and fur. These herding dogs boast long, beautiful coats with a wide range of color patterns,
With a golden to red coat, pointed ears, and small size, the shiba inu is one foxy red-coated dog. In fact, the quiet, somewhat aloof nature of this breed also draws frequent comparisons to foxes.
The Welsh springer spaniel is closely related to its English counterpart, although a little smaller. They only have red and white markings. The Welshie is affectionate, active, and happy.