Irish Setter

Irish setters are red. Mahogany or chestnut coats adorn this athletic canine. Glossy finishes. Brushing regularly shines this coat. Irish setters are active, social dogs.

Australian Cattle Dog

Australian cattle dogs that are red or blue with spots.  Because of its double coat, this herding breed can be used in the field.


If you like a red dog with a curly coat, go no further than the poodle. These slender, athletic dogs come in conventional, small, and toy sizes.


Pomeranians are known for their fluffy appearance due to their double-layered coats. Their long hair needs frequent brushing. Poms play and run despite their little stature.


These bear-like dogs have a curled tail and upright ears like the shiba inu but are much larger. Akitas' thick coats might be red, black, white, tan, or chocolate

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Rhodesian ridgebacks are red-coated hunting dogs. This athletic breed ranges from glossy golden wheat to deep burnt red with black or brown muzzles. 

Cocker Spaniel

Cockers have lovely coats. This breed is black, white, tan, brown, and red. This breed's fur and feathers need constant combing. Cocker spaniels are delicate to brush.

Shiba Inu

The little, golden-to-red-coated shiba inu has pointy ears. This breed's aloofness is likened to foxes. This spitz prefers calm, somewhat active homes. 


Golden-red Vizslas are agile. Easy-care dog. No undercoat, brushless. For a shiny, healthy coat, use a shedding tool or grooming mitt occasionally.

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