Is that really a purebred Ridgeback or a mix with a ridge? I've seen the ridge occur in known mixes which explains the color without being a genetic abnormality.
I love Azawakhs! A lot of my friends are breeders of the breed and my sister is thinking about getting one. Hope so! My borzoi would love that! hehe thanks for sharing!Another breed worth mentioning is the Azawakh. Only accepted in reds and brindles, they must have white markings, black mask not accepted(FCI). AKC accepts them in any color. Most breeders only breed with red dogs, but in Africa they come in all sorts of colorings.
Brindles, left one with black mask
Faded saddle and blanket
The type that FCI prefers:
It's a shame this is the only type being bred for within the FCI, when there's such a diversity of coat colors in the Azawakh's countries of origin.
Or is that a weim with tan points? It would help if you would label the breed when they are puppies....it's hard to distinguish, especially with such rare colors.
Here is what they are in order
Greater Swiss Mt. Dog
Dogue De Bordeaux
Yeah I believe so. Most people online think I am a guy at first, and then again someone thought I was a guy in RL also, granted I was wearing a hat and baggy clothes.Lol, good to know! Just didn't want to assume =)
So is the Labrador considered just a black lab with tan points?
The Border Collie appears in all colors or combination of colors and/or markings
that boston is very different looking...not just in color but also his tail is not the norm ether....obviously its an action shot so its hard to get a real ideaNo, none of them are weims.
I also like these
Not a DQ, just very undesirable
And these are