The dachshund may not be the first red-coated breed that springs to mind, yet these iconic small dogs come in a beautiful red. Smooth-coated, long-haired, and wire-haired doxies exist.


Golden-red Vizslas have short, lustrous coats and lithe, nimble bodies. This dog is low-maintenance. No undercoat means less brushing.


The shiba inu is a tiny, golden-red dog with pointed ears. This breed's quiet, distant attitude draws similarities to foxes. This spitz thrives in lively, peaceful homes.

Shiba Inu

The golden retriever's coat may be gold, mahogany, or even crimson. Field-type golden retrievers are redder, leaner, and have shorter hair.

Golden Retriever

Cocker spaniels have beautiful coats. It's black, white, tan, brown, and red. This breed's fur and feathering can easily tangle and mat.

Cocker Spaniel

Rhodesian ridgeback is another red-coated hunting dog. This athletic breed is golden wheat to burned red with black or brown muzzles.

Rhodesian Ridgeback

The Pomeranian's double-layered coat gives it a fluffy appearance. It comes in red, orange, black, tan, and brown.


The poodle is your best bet if you're looking for a red dog with wavy hair. Standard, miniature, and toy dogs all share the same athletic physique and are available in three different sizes.


The red or blue speckled coat of the Australian cattle dog is also well-known. It is frequently referred to as a "red heeler" or a "blue heeler" because of its colour. 

Australian Cattle Dog

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