Basenji: Ancient breed resembling Egyptian pharaohs' dogs. Brindle markings introduced in the '80s. Loyal, calm, and gentle. Clean and quiet nature.
Boxer: Popular breed with common brindle markings. Fun-loving, energetic, and affectionate. Important to encourage calm behavior and work on leash skills.
Cairn Terriers: Common brindle pattern, but less distinct due to wiry coat. Color tones may lighten with age. Confident, clever, and loving with lots of character
Cardigan Welsh Corgi: Oldest breed from British Isles, often with brindle markings. Brindle gene from extinct brindle herder. Devoted, clever, and playful.
Dutch Shepherds: Exclusive brindle markings in silver or red gold. Breed standard changed in early 20th century. Intelligent, energetic, and driven. Highly trainable and eager to please.
French Bulldogs: Popular breed with common brindle markings. Unique appearance, fun-loving, and friendly. Prone to breathing difficulties and overheating.
Great Danes: Coat includes brindle pattern. Loving, friendly, and eager to please. Get along well with children and pets. Need ample space and budget for food.
Greyhounds: Distinct brindle markings on short coats. Affectionate and chill housemates. Strong prey drive, may not get along with small pets. Instinctive urge to chase wildlife.
Mastiffs: Gentle giants with brindle markings. Affectionate, calm, protective, and loyal. Require space and large food budget. Training and socialization crucial. Prolific chewers.
Staffordshire Bull Terriers: Common brindle markings, occasionally very dark. Devoted, affectionate lap dogs. Thrive in company, not suited to being left alone.