The Irish Setter has a stunning, glossy, red coat described as mahogany or chestnut. They are energetic, friendly dogs that need regular exercise and enjoy being with their human family.
The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever has a medium-length golden to coppery red coat with white markings. They are affectionate, intelligent, and need mental and physical stimulation.
The Irish Terrier is known for its fiery red coat and bold temperament. Regular brushing and occasional grooming maintain their distinguished appearance.
Dachshunds: Famous red-coated breed with 3 types (smooth, long-haired, wire-haired). Smooth coats low maintenance, longhaired need regular brushing. Prone to dental issues, requiring care.
Redbone Coonhound: Sleek, short red coat, chiseled, muscular. Easy grooming with shedding tool. Active breed needing daily exercise and mental stimulation.
Vizsla: Golden-red with short coat, low grooming needs. No undercoat, occasional shedding tool use. Highly active and agile, needs plenty of exercise and playtime for a happy, healthy life.
Australian Shepherds: Energetic, intelligent herding dogs with long, beautiful coats in various colors. Weekly brushing needed, especially during shedding season.
Shiba Inu: Fox-like, small, and quiet. Golden to red coat with pointed ears. Does well in calm, moderately active homes. Sheds heavily twice a year, frequent brushing helps manage fur.
Golden Retriever: Coats in gold shades, some look red. Field-type may appear redder, leaner, shorter hair. Thick, double-layer, sheds a lot. Regular brushing needed, heavier shedding twice a year.
Cocker Spaniel: Luxurious coat in various colors. Needs frequent combing to prevent tangles. Sensitive skin, gentle brushing required. Prone to ear infections and skin allergies.