Imagine a bulky Rottweiler’s body with the endearing face of a Frenchie, and you’ve got a French Bullweiler. Or what about a French Bulldog with a Shih Tzu’s fluffy coat? Then, there’s the wavy-coated, flat-faced Froodle, which is a mix between a Poodle and a Frenchie.
Frenchies are athletic pups that love to play and do well on their training sessions. They are also patient with kids and will never pass those cuddle times with their favorite humans. These pooches are among the sweetest and most affectionate breeds.
French Bulldogs cost around $1,500 to $5,000 because they are popular and cute pets and because they are rare since their body structure does not allow them to reproduce naturally. So more costly artificial insemination methods are required to breed them, hence driving up prices. Expect maintenance costs to be around $150 a month.
These coat colors and patterns include angelic, all-white Frenchies and unique markings like sable and ticked spots. Let’s take a closer look at 23 captivating colors and patterns a French Bulldog may have.
Long-haired (or fluffy) Frenchies are a variant of the popular French Bulldog that carry the extremely rare Lh long hair gene. And Fluffy Frenchies are typically produced when two French Bulldogs carrying this recessive long hair gene mate.
First of all, what is a Frenchton? The Frenchton dog is a designer dog hybrid that is produced by mating two canine breeds, namely a Boston Terrier and a French Bulldog. The Frenchton is popular for its friendliness towards both humans and animals and its ability to adapt well to different living conditions.
The Black French Bulldog is a standard French Bulldog rather than a distinct breed, with the only difference being that their coat is solid black, something that is very rare in French Bulldogs. In addition to their cute looks, Black French Bulldogs are amazing companions with very low maintenance requirements.
Blue Frenchies are French bulldogs who possess different color variations. There are several color variations of the French bulldog, such as the Blue Merle, Blue Fawn, Blue Pied, and the Blue Brindle French Bulldog. Blue Frenchies are small and stocky, making them ideal apartment pets. These round-faced and stocky dogs were originally bred for companionship with their owners. The Blue Frenchie is a laid-back and social breed, making the Blue Frenchie an ideal family dog.
Now, what is a Brindle French Bulldog? A Brindle Frenchie is a variant of the French Bulldog that carries the recessive K-Locus gene, thereby resulting in a brindle-patterned coat. And it is also safe to say that the Brindle pattern is, arguably, the most common French Bulldog coat variation.