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Blue French Bulldog

What’s the differences between

blue French bulldog or black french bulldog?

Blue french bulldogs and black french bulldogs are two very popular colors. When looking for a french bulldog puppy, you quickly learn about the various colors and genetics associated with French bulldog puppies for sale. While some colors are easy to understand, other colors are harder to understand like the “Isabella” or “lilac French bulldog.” How about a “fluffy French bulldog?” Most breeders classify colors as “acceptable” or “rare” – meaning the acceptable colors are the standard colors that are accepted by the American Kennel Club (AKC) and are traditional or common. The rare or more unusual colors are not recognized for the show ring.

The French bulldog is one of the most popular breeds in America with over 2 million registered dogs according to the AKC. Whether you love your Frenchie for his signature smooshy face or his endearing personality, take some time to find out more about this wonderful breed and the colors options available to you! French bulldogs are the clowns of the dog world. They love attention and want to be with their people every second that they can. Frenchies are some of the most affectionate dogs out there! French Bulldogs come in a great variety of colors including brindle, fawn, white, chocolate, and of course our favorite the blue French bulldog.

French bulldogs come in a wide variety of colors, which can make it difficult to choose a color that best suits your personality. One of the most common questions from those thinking about getting a French bulldog is “What color should I get?” There are many factors you should take into consideration before picking out a French bulldog. Remember to ask yourself what you would like out of owning a French bulldog. The French Bulldog comes in a great variety of colors, with each color having its own set of characteristics. French Bulldogs have come a long way in terms of color variation. French bulldogs are one of the few breeds that come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. There are many different names for frenchies with different color combinations.

French Bulldog Colors

Frenchies come in several colors, such as: fawn(tan), brindle, and black—but there are some other colors that may cross the line of what is considered “accepted” by enthusiasts. French bulldog color can range from an extremely dark brown/almost blackish to a very light cream or beige. The American Kennel Club (AKC) has no disqualification policy for color, with he exception of confirmation events; however for all other AKC events like obedience and agility, these dogs may compete in AKC companion events, but are not eligible to compete in AKC conformation events. One of the most popular colors, is the beautiful blue French bulldog. 

Patterns & Markings 

The most common of the three variations of this pattern is the “pied” french bulldog: having patches of both solid and mixed colors. Some pieds can appear mostly white due to a lack of pigmentation while others will appear heather; some having brindle stripes while others do not. According to breed standards, all French Bulldogs should have some sort of markings on their face and ears and it’s the presence of these markings (rather than the color) that defines whether a french bulldog has pied coloring.

To help provide additional insight as to the variety of color options available to French bulldog puppy buyers, we have created two pages that focus on two color “catagories” – Acceptable (Standard Colors) and Rare (Exotic Colors).

Acceptable Colors

Rare Colors

To complicate the topic even more, there are French bulldog puppy colors like merle covered in cream (look completely white) or new shade Isabella with fluffy carrier. While both mean something to a french bulldog breeder, people looking for a quality French bulldog puppy for sale don’t care about color genetics – they want a well-bred, french bulldog puppy.
We invite you to visit our color pages to learn more about color options as well as examples of what the colors look like to help you gain additional information about French bulldog colors.