Updated: 5 days ago
Here is the list of colors that are approved by the AKC for showing purposes:
Fawn (from light fawn to red fawn)
Fawn-Fawn French Bulldog shave a tan colored coat that ranges between a very light tan to a dark reddish tan. They often have darker face masks and ears and may have some brindle streaks throughout their coat
The white French Bulldogis simply one of many coat colors this breed comes in. But, all-white, or mostlywhite Frenchies are less common than these other colors and patterns. There are a number of genetic factors that can cause this pale coat. These include: albinism, leucism, brindle, and merle genes.
Cream French bull dogs have an eggshell like coloring.Usuall ycream French bulldogs are thought to be fawn or diluted fawn even so cream is a separate color and pattern from fawn.Cream is lighter than fawn.
Brindle and White:
Brindle French Bulldogrefers to a normalFrench Bulldogbreed with a coat pattern that involves random stripes or spots on the base color of the coat. Usually, the markings are only slightly different in shade than the coat color but sometimes they are as differentiable as black striping on a white coat.
Peid has a coat that is predominantly WHITE with patches. The patches can be any of the recognised shades of BRINDLE or FAWN as described above. The patches can be on the head , body or both. White puppies without patches are allowed.Peid Frenchies have a black nose and dark coloured eyes
This is the list of colors that are not approved by the AKC:
The blue coat color comes from a very rare dilute gene that is responsible for their bluish shine of coats. It also affects their eye color, so that’s why is not surprising to see a blue Frenchie with blue, and grey eyes.