Different Types of French Bulldogs

Explore the stunning variety of French Bulldog colors and patterns.

Fawn French Bulldog

Ranges from cream to nearly yellow, often with a black mask.

Tiger Brindle French Bulldog

Traditional color with a dark coat mixed with light strands.

White French Bulldog

Off-white color with dark pigment around lips, nose, and eyes.

Pied French Bulldog

Predominantly white with larger darker spots, especially around eyes or ears.

Lilac French Bulldog

Rare color due to specific gene requirements, often comes at a higher price.

Cream French Bulldogs

Result of a recessive dilution gene in fawn coloring, develops black shades around eyes, noses, and mouths as they age.

Chocolate French Bulldog

Achieved when both parents carry the recessive chocolate gene.

Pure Black French Bulldog

A stunning coat color not recognized by the AKC due to the absence of brindle.

Merle French Bulldog

A desirable pattern not recognized by the AKC.

Blue French Bulldog

A rare color not accepted by the AKC due to its link to alopecia.

Isabella French Bulldog

Rarest color linked to alopecia, adds a pale purplish hue to the coat.