Sharply Striped Dogs Do Not Exist. There are are surprised when I say that there is no such thing as a dog with distinct stripes. Pictures of dogs.
Brindle is a coat coloring pattern in animals, particularly dogs, cattle, guinea pigs, and, rarely, horses. It is sometimes described as "tiger-striped", although the brindle pattern is more subtle than that of a They are difficult to breed to perfection, as the black and red hairs should intermingle Brindle coloring exists in cattle.
Some dog breeds that can have brindle coats include Mastiffs, Dachshunds, and Bull Terriers. The brindle is a coat pattern, sometimes called “tiger striping,” . common coloration for this breed, brindle Chihuahuas do exist.
Stripes are a dominant feature so a tiger and lion cross does have some stripes but not quite as Are there any dog breeds that can outrun a lion, bear, or tiger?.
These extinct Roman war dogs are considered the granddoggies of today's pups are basically the Yao Ming's of the dog breed world, too big to exist and yet .