Boxers

A rich brindle pattern is commonly seen on the white areas of a boxer's body, including the belly and chest. Lovely blending of the coat's colours may be seen on their faces.

American Staffordshire Terrier

The coats of many Staffies are brindle and white. Their short coats are low-maintenance, but they shed heavily, so don't be surprised if you wind up with one of your own.

Plott Hound

Plott Hounds were developed to hunt bears. The Plott was raised to hunt bears and wild boars, therefore they're fierce. They make wonderful pets, but an experienced owner is needed.

Jack Russell Terrier

The origin of the Jack Russell Terrier can be traced back to the English fox hunting culture. Brindle markings are common on the noses and necks of these otherwise white mutts.

Greyhound

Patterns of brindle, though not very prevalent in racing dogs, can occasionally be seen. In spite of the fact that they are athletic, they are lazy slobs who make wonderful pets.

Bull Terrier

Bull terriers are friendly, playful pets. They're devoted family pets. The Bull Terrier has a shovel-like nose. Repeatedly. Once you get past it, you'll be drawn to its lovely markings and brindle gene carriers.

Anatolian Shepherd 

The coat of an Anatolian Shepherd is typically brown, but they can also be brindle. These independent canines can blossom into devoted pets and vigilant watchdogs with proper socialization.

American Bulldog

The typical hue of an American Bully is brindle. These canines have a deep love for their families, yet they are apprehensive of new people. With proper socialisation, they can become pleasant and cooperative.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

These stumpy-legged pups are different from their orange-and-white brethren. Cardigans look like brindle foxes and were meant to herd sheep, which makes humans respect Corgis and dislike sheep.

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