Australian cattle dog, or blue heeler, has a blue coat with possible black or tan markings. Solid, mottled, or speckled patterns are seen.
Unique curly coat in blue shades. Puppies born black, change to blue by 18 months through "clearing" process.
typically gray, but some have blue coat. Disqualified in shows, but attractive to those seeking blue dog breeds.
Chihuahuas have rare blue coats in solid or mixed variations, found in both long-haired and short-haired breeds. Various color combinations exist.
Shaggy coats in various colors, including blue. Solid body color, white markings on face, chest, legs, and tail. Coat lightens with age.
black-and-white tuxedo breed, but blue coat, silver or gray shades occur despite not being accepted by AKC breed standard.
Graceful with long legs, petite body, and a blue coat due to the dilute black gene.
Rare, Texas' state dog. Intelligent herding breed, with blue coat and potential for red, cream, or tricolor puppies. No AKC recognition.