The coat of the Irish setter is a deep, rich crimson. The coat of this sporting dog is stunning and is most frequently described as mahogany or chestnut.
The flaming red colour and temperament of the Irish terrier are well known. These courageous but adorable canines have slightly different coat colours ranging from golden to ginger red.
When considering red-coated breeds, the dachshund may not be the first breed that springs to mind, but these well-known tiny dogs come in a range of hues, including a deep, rich red.
This hunting dog has a wonderfully short, red coat that is shiny and silky. These puppies are stunning to look at, with a chiselled, muscular frame and glossy fur.
The eye-catching golden-red Vizsla has a short, shiny coat and a lean, athletic frame. There is not much grooming needed for this dog.
Australian shepherds are intelligent, energetic, and covered in fur.
The long, gorgeous coats of these herding dogs come in a variety of colour patterns, including red and reddish merle and a calico-like blend of red, liver, and cream tones.
The shiba inu is a little red-coated dog with pointed ears, a golden to red coat, and a red coat.
In fact, this breed is sometimes compared to foxes because of its reserved, reserved demeanour. This spitz thrives in peaceful, somewhat active households.
The coat of a golden retriever can have a range of gold hues, some of which tip into rich mahogany tones that appear red to the eye.
Particularly field-type golden retrievers have redder coats, a slightly leaner build, and shorter hair.