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Unread 10-25-2009, 03:38 AM   #1
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Question Brindle vs. Reverse Brindle

Okay so i have some questions...this may be dumb but what exactly qualifies a brindle as a brindle and a reverse as such? Can someone link some picture examples? Oh also red brindle, fawn brindle, golden brindle, and chocolate brindle are these real terms? If so what is max?


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I would say that Max is a brindle, maybe a Tiger one with white.

IMO a brindle is where there is a even amount (or round about) of two colours, and the colours make stripes, and a reverse brindle is where the darker colour far outweighs the lighter, in some cases making the dog look black, apart from in the sun where lighter colours can be seen.

There is names as the other brindles that you say too, if the brindle has a colour in front of it, its where that colour dominates the coat, with a few darker lines in the coat aswell, I myself have a red brindle, its Diesel in my sig, I've also heard of a fawn brindle too, I haven't seen or heard of the golden brindle, this may be the fawn brindle, but I don't know, I haven't heard of the chocolate brindle either, but its probaly just a dog with chocolate colouring with brindle markings too.

I hope that makes sense, others will probaly come on and explain it better or easier I'll look for some pics and links, but my computer is being difficult so bear with me
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Diesel a red brindle.


Rosy reverse Brindle.


Tiger brindle and white - google.


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Fawn Brindle - google.

All of these brindles can also be mixed with white, like Max is
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thank you so much! i tried to google it earlier but it was so confusing. i thought that a reverse brindle was mostly dark with lighter markings but wasn't sure if it had to be a certain percentage or what not but at least i kinda had the right idea. :]

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