kbr - (recessive) - Brindle (partial extension) 

 
(photo courtesy of Karen Lee)
This is a very lightly marked brindle


(photo courtesy of Ian Rasmussen)
This is a lightly marked blue brindle

 
(photo courtesy of Carol Curry)
This is a also a lightly marked fawn brindle. His owner says he has NO stripes on his other side!


This is a yellow/gold brindle with medium brindling 


This is a medium marked red/gold brindle

  
This is a medium marked blue brindle


Here is another medium marked blue brindle - that shows very well the "peachy" shade a blue can exhibit from the action of blue dilution on the fawn part of their coat.


(photo courtesy of Barbara Rooney)
This is a medium marked yellow brindle


(photo courtesy of Robin Barry)
This is a heavily marked brindle - sometimes called a "black brindle"


(photo courtesy of Carolynn Bates)
This is also a heavily marked brindle that also has a deep black mask 

 
(photo courtesy of Gail Weiberdinck)
This shows very well how a dog can have both sabling AND brindling!

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(photo courtesy of Barb Barclay)
Both of these pictures are of the SAME DOG!

(photos courtesy of Lauri Austin)

Here is another unusually marked brindle - again both are the same dog

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