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These 33 Dogs With The Most Unique Coats On Earth Took My Breath Away. My Favorite Is #7!

These amazing dogs have such unusual colors and markings that once you see them, you’ll never be able to forget them.

Some of these markings are a result of a rare genetic variations or conditions, but all of these dogs are undeniably beautiful.

Of all the adorable and stunning dogs on the Internet, Reshareworthy.com collected and specifically chose the following 33 as the dogs with the most memorable and gorgeous markings!

 

This sweet husky has a natural little mask.

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This puppy also wears a mask!

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Everyone *nose* that this puppy has a lot of love to offer!

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This is Puck. He’s beautiful Australian Cattle dog mix. He was found as a stray in Baton Rouge and his foster caregiver ended up adopting him!

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This dog is a Panda German Shepherd. Panda German Shepherds come from a single bloodline, which does not include White German Shepherds. This coloration is a result of a piebald mutation, which shows up in many species, although the mutation itself is rare.

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This is an adorable Akita puppy who is always wearing socks.

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This little guys’s markings are so beautiful!

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This unusual spotted dog bears a resemblance to painted wild dogs of Africa or a cheetah!

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African Painted Dogs are wild dogs and an endangered species.

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This unusually colored Rottweiler may be due to vitiligo, a condition that causes depigmentation. The cause is unknown.

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This sweetie wears her heart on her chest!

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Bull the Labrador Retriever is a chimera. He may have a somatic mutation.

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A dapper dappled dachshund puppy!

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This dog has a very distinguished moustache that looks a lot like detective Hercule Poirot’s.

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This little guy looks a lot like a panda.

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These Labrador Retrievers have a somatic mutation, which causes yellow labs to show black spots. This mutation is not inherited or passed on to the offspring.

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Some dogs have lovely markings that resemble familiar shapes.

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While other dogs sometimes have markings that are a bit unfortunate.

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Other dogs’ markings bring a smile to my face…

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Just like Groucho Marx.

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This puppy’s coat is gorgeous!

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This puppy has a serious expression and a beautiful-colored coat!

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This dappled Dachshund has beautiful eyes.

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This little guy has a natural little moustache. His name is Inigo Montoya and he was born in the middle of Movember.

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This cutie is a Boston Terrier.

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Gorgeous! These little ones are Mudis, a rare Hungarian herding breed.

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These puppies created a sensation because when they were born they looked like pandas.

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Zuma is an English Cocker Spaniel was born with blue eyes and a tri-colored coat. But his beautiful colors came at a price. The same genes that made him so beautiful also left him deaf and with a form of tunnel vision. He was facing euthanasia when his rescuers, the St. Louis Senior Dog Project, swooped up and rescued him.

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This is the most unique Bernese Mountain Dog I’ve ever seen.

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These dogs are awesome not only because of their amazing coats, but also because they’re loyal, friendly and loving dogs!

Do you have a special dog with a unique coat? Share your photos with Reshareworthy on our Facebook page!

Make sure you share these photos with the dog lovers in your life and celebrate the wonders of dogs!

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  • I'm glad you added the link. I couldn't see the pics of the dogs. I know that because I use a Mac something appear different on my computer vs a Windows computer.

    I really like some of the markings. Even though with some of these marking they may not meet breed standard it doesn't take away from them being great dogs (pet or working).
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      • Thanks everyone. I don't feel so bad anymore. I thought it was just me and my computer issues as of late.
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        • Some of them are very cute.
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