Brindles come in various differences.
Some are darker and some are lighter.
In some brindles, the stripes can be very tight and narrow
or they can be more numerous and larger wider striping.

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Here is the American Kennel Clubs Standard on the Brindle:

Brindle--The base color shall be yellow gold and always brindled with strong black
cross stripes in a chevron pattern. A black mask is preferred. Black should appear
on the eye rims and eyebrows, and may appear on the ears and tail tip. The more intensive
the base color and the more distinct and even the brindling, the more preferred will be the color.
Too much or too little brindling are equally undesirable. White markings at the chest and toes,
black-fronted, dirty colored brindles are not desirable.

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12 week old puppy

Bentley 5mon Brindle.jpg (34229 bytes)
5 month old puppy


This is a 9 month old brindle male puppy
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Glory Karen Martin brindle bitch.jpg (33184 bytes)
A beautiful Un-Cropped brindle bitch



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This is a dark brindle bitch


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Ruth CA 5yrs.jpg (33042 bytes)

Banjo Bayridge Brindle2 male.jpg (33211 bytes)

Wanda Helpers Brindle2 male.jpg (29129 bytes)

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