Basenji: Ancient breed resembling Egyptian pharaohs' tombstone dogs. Resembles painted depictions. Noted till the '80s.
Boxer: Popular North American breed with common brindle markings. Fun-loving and energetic in nature.
Brindle Cairn Terriers: Common, but less distinct due to wiry, shaggy coat. Pattern more prominent on breeds with shorter coats.
Cardigan Welsh Corgi: Oldest British Isles breed, often with brindle markings.
Dutch Shepherds: Exclusively brindle markings in silver or red gold shades.
French Bulldogs: Popular in the US, often with brindle markings.
Great Danes: Variety of coats, including brindle pattern. Huge, yet loving and friendly.
Distinct brindle markings: Greyhounds. Short coats enhance pattern visibility.
Brindle Mastiffs: Gentle giants with often-found brindle markings. Despite size, they're wonderfully affectionate.
Staffordshire Bull Terriers: Commonly brindle marked breed