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10 Best Brindle Dog Breeds to Own

Akita

Akitas come in a Baskin-Robins-like assortment of colors, including a few different brindle combinations.

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Bull Terrier

Bull terriers are modest-sized dogs that pack an incredible amount of personality into their somewhat-unusual-looking package.

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Boxer

Boxers come in either of two color patterns: fawn (brown) and brindle. The brindle trait is dominant in boxers

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Boston Terrier

Often known as the “American Gentleman,” for his tuxedo-like coat and polite demeanor

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Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Members of the herding group, cardigan Welsh corgis are affectionate little balls fur, available in a variety of colors, including brindle.

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Dachshund

Colloquially known as wiener dogs, these long, low and lean pups are extremely friendly and appear to have an optimistic view of life in general.

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Great Dane

Regal and ridiculously big, Great Danes are one of the world’s biggest breeds.

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Mastiff

Mastiffs are gigantic dogs that are available in striped brindle, apricot and fawn color patterns.

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Pit Bull / American Staffordshire Terrier

Whether you consider these dogs two different breeds or not, brindle-colored individuals are common among the group.

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Treeing Tennessee Brindle

Given that the word brindle is in this breed’s name, it isn’t surprising that these tracking dogs are available with a brindle coat pattern

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Plott

The Plott is a big and handsome tracking dog, who was originally developed to track and corner formidable game, including bear and wild boar.

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Greyhound

Greyhounds are another breed that occasionally displays a brindle color pattern.

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Whippet

Like their ancestors the greyhound, whippets were originally used for racing and rabbit-hunting.

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