Which French Bulldog Puppy Is Right for Me?
Francoeur French Bulldogs can help you find many types of exotic French bulldog puppies, including more standard coats as well as rare Frenchie colors. Some of the French bulldog exotic colors for sale you may find include:
- Fawn French bulldog: These dogs may have cream or slightly yellowish or reddish color, sometimes with black markings on the face.
- Brindle French bulldog: This is a classic French bulldog, with the Agouti gene. This gene results in a coat which is a mix of dark and light strands.
- Tiger brindle French bulldog: As the name suggests, this type of coat pattern includes streaks of light and dark color.
- Chocolate French bulldog: The chocolate color on a French bulldog is rare, as it’s caused by a recessive gene. These dogs are quite stunning because they tend to have lighter golden eyes that contrast with their fur.
- Sable French bulldog: These bulldogs have beautiful coats of light cream or darker brown with black tips, creating a rich-colored hue.
- Blue sable: Blue sables are quite rare. These puppies do in fact look bluish, since the tips of their hair are somewhat blue rather than black.
- White French bulldog: This type of dog is usually off-white, with a dark or pinkish color around the eyes, lips and nose.
- Pied French bulldog: This bulldog look includes patches of darker hair on an off-white or pale coat. The spots on a French bulldog can look quite adorable, especially when they cover the ears or eyes.
- Lilac French bulldog: The lilac color usually comes when rarer chocolate and blue parents are bred together. As a result, the lilac variation is quite rare.
- Pure black French bulldog: A recessive gene can result in dramatic, all-black French bulldogs. Their fur is stunning, but these dogs are not on the qualified list of the AKC. Still, many people prize these puppies for their looks.
- Cream French bulldogs: These dogs are born cream-colored and develop darker coloring around their mouths, eyes and noses.
- Merle: A merle french bulldog is speckled and spotted. While this look is adorable it is not recognized by the AKC — in part because this color may be caused by another breed in the mix.
- Blue: Blue Frenchies cannot compete in shows, since the blue color of their fur is technically caused by alopecia. Still, blue is a very popular, rare color for Frenchies.
- Isabella: When it comes to exotic French bulldog puppies, this slightly purple shade is one of the rarest.
Choosing Your French Bulldog Puppy
When you want an exotic French bulldog, keep in mind that you need to make sure you are ready for the commitment. You’ll want to choose the right breeder and the right puppy. Francoeur French Bulldogs can help you find a Frenchie that’s a personality and lifestyle match.
When you work with us to find a puppy, you can rest assured that your Frenchie has been given the best start in life. All our puppies come from carefully-screened parents and have check-ups, de-worming and dedicated care from their first day.
We socialize our French bulldogs early to make sure they develop loving personalities and an ability to understand commands. At Francoeur French Bulldogs, we use early neurological stimulation and the Von Falconer training method to get puppies curious and to help them respond to hand claps, snaps or whistles. We also start crate training our puppies before we send them off to their new homes. While we start the training process, you get to strengthen your bond with your Frenchie by continuing training together.
Our goal is to help you find the perfect puppy for you. Take a look at the puppies we have available and feel free to reach out for more info.