What are Pink French Bulldogs | Show Stopping and Mesmerizing Color

Pink French Bulldogs with Lhasa Apso Albinism Explore the unique world of Pink French Bulldogs with Lhasa Apso Albinism, a fascinating blend of breeds and genetics. Dive into their characteristics, care needs, and more in this comprehensive guide. First and foremost, please know this blog is purely informational and does not reflect our personal preferences. … Read more

What are Hairless French Bulldogs? | An Incredible New Variety of Frenchies

First and foremost, please know this blog is purely informational and does not reflect our personal preferences. Remaining neutral on expanding the gene pool, as long as it is done in the proper manner. What are Hairless French Bulldogs? An In-Depth Guide Are you curious about what hairless French Bulldogs are? This detailed guide provides … Read more

What Are Big Rope French Bulldogs? | 2 Types of Big Rope – Natural vs Exotic

Big Rope French bulldogs

Dive into the world of big rope French Bulldogs, a distinctive feature that sets this breed apart. Learn what big rope French Bulldogs are, their origin, genetics, care guidelines, breeding, and much more. Unravel the allure of this mesmerizing trait in French Bulldogs. First and foremost, please know this blog is purely informational and does … Read more

Cherry Tan French Bulldog and Red Fawn French Bulldog | Intriguing DNA No One Can Explain

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I have been trying to figure out what causes “red” in red fawn french bulldogs and cherry tan french bulldogs. I’m no scientist but I do enjoy genetics. I’ve been looking into dna of different dogs with these dark tan points such as doberman and rottweiler (rotties have various levels of tan as well), but … Read more

Cream, Champagne, and Platinum French Bulldogs – the Beauty of E Locus

Cream French Bulldogs Cream is different than fawn. A Cream French bulldog dog is the color of cream. Cream French bulldogs can carry other colors or even genetically be something else in combination with cream. Cream covering blue, chocolate, brindle, platinum french bulldogs, even merle. “E” Locus Cream is located on the E locus. Em … Read more

Isabella French Bulldogs | Testable Chocolate, Rojo, New Shade, Beautiful Chocolatey Goodness

B Locus – Testable Chocolate The other chocolate, known as Testable Chocolate, is found on the B locus. B locus is actually responsible for dominant black. However, when 2 copies of “b” are passed on, the dog will then express a chocolate or liver coat. “b/b” is actually a mutation, like blue dilution (d). In … Read more