blue french bulldog

If you’re the kind of dog owner who desires to display your blue Frenchie puppy in competitions and other events, you should know that Blue French Bulldogs isn’t recognized by any breed club association either. They’re commonly regarded as a purebred Standard Poodle, which is considered a dog breed where the majority of the offspring will be purebred. Frenchies were first bred specifically to be show dogs, hence their designer features like the hair all over their body. Frenchies must meet the following breed standards set by the AKC or the American Kennel Club to become eligible for competition in professional classes.

 

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The genetic differences.

The Blue French Bulldog has several distinguishing genetic differences from other Frenchies. The first and most visible is the color. The most common colors for this dog are fawn, blue, and tan. A blue French Bulldog might have several other colors, but those are the most popular. Since the dog isn’t a purebred French Bulldog, it can only be registered with the breed club if the dog is purebred. Another genetic difference is the pattern of the coat. Most kids have a solid black coat, but not the blue French Bulldog pups. Most have solid-colored chests and paws, while some have spots. The blue pied has medium-colored coats, but some are extremely pale. We encourage owners never to select a dog for their coat or eye color over their health and wellbeing.

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What are French Bulldog Colors?

While French Bulldog colors vary depending on the parents’ genes, these incredible dog’s are most known for their adorable and charming demeanor. They are excellent watchdogs but aren’t known to be big barkers. There are a variety of French Bulldog colors, from light to dark coats.

The AKC has been around since the 1800s and has been the recognized expert in the health, breed, and training of a dog. According to the AKC, there are 11 approved French Bulldog colors. They are:

Rare Color of French Bulldogs.

There are also 5 rare colors due to breeding influences.

 

 

Why aren’t they purebred?

Some blue French Bulldog puppies aren’t true blue Frenchies. These dogs are mixtures of various other breeds, including Dobermans, Shar Pei mixes, Giant Schnauzers, and even Boxers. They aren’t purebred because they don’t have the blue color gene flowing through their veins. They may still have good health and temperament, but they aren’t purebred. You should never purchase blue French Bulldog puppies from an exotic breeder or pet store.

 

Size.

French bulldogs are not giant. They are small to medium-sized dogs that can reach 28 inches up to their shoulder. Their weight is in the range of 16 to 28 pounds. They are highly intelligent and affectionate and can live up to 14 years.

 

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Coat and Color.

French Bulldogs have a short and silky coat. They have soft skin that makes petting them very pleasurable. As mentioned, they are in different colors, including various brindle color, white, black, fawn, brown, cream, etc. In short, they are in almost all colors except solid black, solid brown, and gray. Due to their small hairs, they are easy to groom. They do not need intense grooming and caring. French bulldogs are medium shedders. But, you should know that it is vital for them to be regularly checked for any skin problem.

Blue French Bulldogs are so special due to their bluish coat color. However, it is not a recognized color, and AKC is strongly against breeding them. The blue coat color of French Bulldogs is due to dilute genes. If two of these genes are passed to an offspring, it will have a lighter black color that looks like blue. However, it is not a common phenomenon.

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Risk of euthanasia!

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When you want to own a healthy adult dog that’s fun to live with, the blue French bulldog makes a perfect choice. They have a loving and devoted personality and some health issues. The breed has one of the highest euthanasia rates of any canine, so you’ll need to do your research to determine if owning a dog like this is in your future. Many owners love their blue pied puppy, especially children. You’ll need to consider the health risks involved with raising them.

 

Are they aggressive to people they don’t know?

Blue French Bulldogs has a reputation for being very aggressive towards people they don’t know. Because of this, most breeders will require that potential buyers provide a credit card number so they can have a form of payment when purchasing puppies. It’s important to remember that although Frenchies do have a strong and friendly gene pool, they are not known for being overly friendly with people. Because of this, it’s a good idea to inquire about the breeding process if you plan on purchasing one of these dogs.

 

 

The condition of CDA!

If you plan to breed your blue Frenchie, you’ll need a canine reproductive system that works. Since the male blue dog breed of Frenchies only produces female offspring, you’ll need to select your female puppy carefully. Because of the close genetic relationship between these dogs, the puppy can develop blue color dilution alopecia or CDA. This condition, which can cause hair loss in adult dogs, can make it difficult to get rid of the puppy’s hair once it reaches adulthood. Because it has only recently become recognized as a viable breeding issue, few blue Frenchies that have been breeding have avoided the CDA.

 

How much does this breed costs?

Professional breeders of blue French Bulldogs can charge prices between $1,500 and $4,000 in the United States. Sometimes, they are more expensive than a standard Frenchie. Blue French Bulldog puppies can be purchased in the UK for between PS1,500 to PS2,000.

 

What about the grooming?

 

A blue Frenchie short coat is easy to maintain with a quick brush once per week. Alopecia can affect any Blue French Bulldog’s grooming routine. This is something we will discuss in the health section. Also, you’ll need to be very careful with your Frenchie’s nails. French Bulldogs can grow their nails uncomfortably long because they are less active than other breeds.

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Conclusion:

When looking for a French Bulldog to buy from breeders, be sure to ask questions regarding all of their puppies’ medical histories, breeding records, and any previous health problems the breeder might have. Knowing the health history of a French Bulldog can help ensure that the dog you buy is healthy and free from health problems. The best way to find a reputable breeder is to ask around. Ask your veterinarian, your friends, and fellow dog lovers what kind of breeder they might recommend. Even if you don’t like the answers that you get, at least you’ll receive some background information that you can use to make an educated decision about selecting a breeder to purchase your blue French Bulldog puppy.

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