Ancient Basenji breed resembles Egyptian tombstone dogs. US breeders imported brindle gene from Central Africa in '80s for health and variety. Loyal, calm, gentle, clean, and quiet.
popular, brindle-marked, energetic dogs. Need leash training, stay cool in heat. Affectionate, droolers.
Shaggy, confident, clever. Barkers, diggers. Love chasing rodents. Coat pattern not as distinct. Color lightens with age.
ancient breed, brindle markings from extinct herder. Devoted, clever, playful. Less popular than Pembrokes.
brindle coat, intelligent, energetic, trainable. Breed standard changed in 20th century to differentiate from German shepherd.
popular in the US for their looks and friendly nature, but prone to breathing issues. Not suitable for hot climates.
big, loving, friendly, brindle coats. Need space, budget for food. Good with kids/pets. Shorter lifespan.
sleek, fast, affectionate, but high prey drive. Chill indoors, but watch out for small pets and wildlife!