French Bulldog Colors Blue. FAD colors in French Bulldog puppies include the following but not limited to: Blue coats in French Bulldogs - blue Frenchie , blue pied Frenchie, blue fawn Frenchie , blue brindle Frenchie etc.; Frenchies with tan points- black and tan Frenchie, blue and tan Frenchie, lilac and tan Frenchie, chocolate and tan Frenchie etc.; Trindles - French Bulldogs which have brindle in their tan points. I”m always saying whatever French Bulldog I’m looking at at the moment is my favorite color. Breeding is a science and to get the best colors and confirmations we have had/enjoyed deepening our knowledge of the French Bulldogs genetics.
Blue –When a French Bulldog is said to have a blue coat, blue covers the entire body. This color is caused by Color Dilution Alopecia, a genetic disorder found in some Frenchies. Blue Frenchies are possibly the most popular and the most expensive. French bulldog breed comes in different coat color variations. You can find them in acceptable AKC color standards such as fawn, brindle, cream, and white, as well as in rare lilac, Isabella, blue, chocolate, and sable coats. Acceptable French bulldog colors French bulldog breed is famous for its wide variety of colors. Here is the list of colors accepted by the AKC: White Cream Fawn. Fawn French Bulldog Colors. The fawn French Bulldog colors come in different shades, from very light, almost cream looking ones, to a deep red fawn. They can have a mask, like the one pictured above, or be maskless. Fawn can also be combined with an exotic color in which the dilution affects the “black mask”, eyes, nose and paw pads (Blue.
FAD colors in French Bulldog puppies include the following but not limited to: Blue coats in French Bulldogs - blue Frenchie , blue pied Frenchie, blue fawn Frenchie , blue brindle Frenchie etc.; Frenchies with tan points- black and tan Frenchie, blue and tan Frenchie, lilac and tan Frenchie, chocolate and tan Frenchie etc.; Trindles - French Bulldogs which have brindle in their tan points.
Pied – A French Bulldog with a pied coat is mostly white with prominent patches usually in brindle or fawn. Why Are Some French Bulldog Colors Undesirable? Some French Bulldog coat colors are linked to genetic health conditions. Blue is often avoided even though the links are disputed by many. Blue Sable French Bulldog– blue sable is an even more rare version of the sable frenchie. They carry the dilute blue gene. Rare French Bulldog Colors. Now we will move onto the colors that are not recognized by the AKC, yet but are very rare and beautiful, desirable french bulldog colors. Pure Black French Bulldog French bulldog breed comes in a wide variety of colors. Besides we can find them in approved AKC colors, they also come in some of the most amazing rare shades of blue, lilac, and merle. These unusual Frenchie colors are often higher in price because of the inherited dilute genes. Since I frequently get asked do French bulldogs change colors as they age, I decided to relieve this topic. You. "Rarer" French Bulldog Health Conditions. Please run as far away from any breeders that are trying to sell your "rarer" French Bulldog colors. Most of the "rarer" French Bulldog colors are associated with poor health conditions and allergies. A Blue French Bulldog is commonly associated with long-term skin baldness and inflammation.