Any dog would be proud to sport a shiny, chestnut colored coat on their walk through the neighborhood. This warm color is considered in between red and light brown, and is much less common than your typical black, white, or solid brown coats. Chestnut is most common in dual or tri-colored doggos, although a solid chestnut coat may appear in some breeds. Keep in mind that a puppy's coat color can change as they reach adulthood, so little Peanut might end up looking more like a Penny when she grows up! Here are some of the top breeds that strut their stuff in chestnut coats.