Brindle doxies

Sophie | June 2011.  Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

Sophie | June 2011. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

I’m a purist and truly appreciate the classics – red and black and tan smooth doxies. However, I do have a strong appreciation and affection for all the colors, patterns and coats of the dachshund breed. Today we’re showcasing the brindle smooth doxie via our two models: Sophie and Bruno. Have you seen brindle before?! What do you think?! To see more of these adorable dachshunds and a 100 of their friends, get your copy of the limited edition coffee table book 102 Dachshunds.  

Bruno | April 2011.  Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

Bruno | April 2011. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels

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5 Responses to Brindle doxies

  1. Roberta Greenberg says:

    They look like delicious swirled candy. I would eat ’em up!

  2. Sharon Oh says:

    If we could control breeders then perhaps we could all afford to be so demanding – brindle coloring reminds me of earth tones and I find it very attractive regardless of breed. Sophie’s nose looks like a tribal tattoo!

  3. Denise Beard says:

    I agree with Sharon. They are gorgeous & unique & as much as I LOVE & appreciate all the varieties ( I currently have a longhair black / tan/ silver dapple & a longhair blue hair & they are both rescues – one seized from a Puppy Mill with 599 other dogs!!! & the other 1 day from being euthanized in a shelter). my heart breaks at all the doxies out there desperately needing homes. If only breeders wouldn’t breed until there was a waiting list because there are NO other doxies out there needing a home!! But these 2 are gorgeous!!!

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