Brindle & White (CKC colour # 110)

Both Brindle and White are significantly present in the coat; either one may be the predominant colour or they may be equally represented. It could be a brindle dog with white feet and blaze, or white trim; one with classic Irish pied markings or a predominantly white dog with irregular brindle patches.   “Brindle & White” identifies the dominant colours in the coat but does not specify the pattern in which these colours are laid out. A dark face mask may be present. Mask may range in intensity and extent from a simple darkened muzzle to a raccoon-type mask around the eyes or extend to include the entire face and the ears. Some brindles also have a dark dorsal stripe, dark tail and dark paws.The eyerims, lips and nose are black.
 
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