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Cream-white French Bulldog (Randy)

$3,850.00

Puppy Name : Randy
Sex : Male
Age : 6 Weeks
Status : Available
Vaccinations : Up-to-Date
Registered : Yes
Potty-Trained : Yes

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Buy Cream-white French Bulldog

A true cream-white French bulldog has a slightly dull white shade. Although it is a solid color, it is slightly off white. The breed is recessive dilute of fawn breed line. The clear and shiny coat has no marking on the coat that complement perfectly black twitchy nose, eye rims, pigments, lips and paws.  Interestingly the cream French bulldog is born in pure white color, but it develops black edges on its rims and ears within 24 hours.

As cute French bulldog puppies grow, the solid cream color gets prominent with light cream edges to ears.  Cream French bulldogs never develop sharp color patterns on their body like pied or fawn. True cream color in French bulldog is not common and is very different than white.

They have darker and dusky eye rims while white or pied ones develop black spots on the nose first.   Plus, white French bulldog has pink eye rim, but there is no pink pigment and ticking in cream French bulldog.

cream-white French bulldog

What to know about Frenchie

It’s no secret that the French Bulldog is more popular than ever, even though it’s been around since the 1800s. The Frenchie ranks second place in the American Kennel Club’s list of the 202 most popular dog breeds, illustrating how much this breed is adored!

Their increased popularity is partly because celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Jackman own them. Fans see this and have to get one of their own.

Also, these tiny dogs are a good fit for our modern lifestyles, especially for apartment and city living. They are compact, portable, and don’t need a lot of grooming. In addition, they don’t bark excessively, they’re playful and affectionate, and they adapt quickly to change. To those who know them, for a cream-white French bulldog, they’re the perfect pooch!

Although they come in several different colors, most Frenchies are brindle, the most sought-after color for many years. However, fashions and trends change, and dog lovers are seeking out some of the more unusual colors, including the Cream French Bulldog.

 

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DescriptionPuppy Name : Randy Sex : Male Age : 6 Weeks Status : Available Vaccinations : Up-to-Date Registered : Yes Potty-Trained : YesPuppy Name : Sofia Sex : Female Age : 6 Weeks Status : Available Vaccinations : Up-to-Date Registered : Yes Potty-Trained : YesPuppy Name : Sally Sex : Female Age : 6 Weeks Status : Available Vaccinations : Up-to-Date Registered : Yes Potty-Trained : YesPuppy Name : Billy Sex : Male Age : 6 Weeks Status : Available Vaccinations : Up-to-Date Registered : Yes Potty-Trained : YesPuppy Name : Linda Sex : Female Age : 6 Weeks Status : Available Vaccinations : Up-to-Date Registered : Yes Potty-Trained : YesPuppy Name : Angela Sex : Female Age : 6 Weeks Status : Available Vaccinations : Up-to-Date Registered : Yes Potty-Trained : Yes
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Buy Cream-white French Bulldog

A true cream-white French bulldog has a slightly dull white shade. Although it is a solid color, it is slightly off white. The breed is recessive dilute of fawn breed line. The clear and shiny coat has no marking on the coat that complement perfectly black twitchy nose, eye rims, pigments, lips and paws.  Interestingly the cream French bulldog is born in pure white color, but it develops black edges on its rims and ears within 24 hours. As cute French bulldog puppies grow, the solid cream color gets prominent with light cream edges to ears.  Cream French bulldogs never develop sharp color patterns on their body like pied or fawn. True cream color in French bulldog is not common and is very different than white. They have darker and dusky eye rims while white or pied ones develop black spots on the nose first.   Plus, white French bulldog has pink eye rim, but there is no pink pigment and ticking in cream French bulldog. cream-white French bulldog

What to know about Frenchie

It’s no secret that the French Bulldog is more popular than ever, even though it’s been around since the 1800s. The Frenchie ranks second place in the American Kennel Club’s list of the 202 most popular dog breeds, illustrating how much this breed is adored! Their increased popularity is partly because celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Jackman own them. Fans see this and have to get one of their own. Also, these tiny dogs are a good fit for our modern lifestyles, especially for apartment and city living. They are compact, portable, and don’t need a lot of grooming. In addition, they don’t bark excessively, they’re playful and affectionate, and they adapt quickly to change. To those who know them, for a cream-white French bulldog, they’re the perfect pooch!

Although they come in several different colors, most Frenchies are brindle, the most sought-after color for many years. However, fashions and trends change, and dog lovers are seeking out some of the more unusual colors, including the Cream French Bulldog.

 

INTRODUCTION

Brown Lilac-tan French Bulldog: There is no one definitive answer to this question. Every French bulldog is different, so what might look like a perfect match to one person may not be a perfect match for another. Some factors to consider when trying to decide on a dog color combination include the dog’s personality, the home’s décor, and the individual’s preferences. Some people choose to have French bulldogs that are predominantly one color, like white or black. Others choose to have a mix of different colors, like a white dog with a splash of blue, a black dog with a touch of tan, or a brown dog with a touch of red. The most popular color combinations are likely to be white and black, white and brown, black and tan, and blue and tan. Brown Lilac-tan French bulldogs

Before you Buy lilac-tan French Bulldog, here are some colors you need to know

I've gotten so many questions about French Bulldog colors on a daily basis. I’ve scrolled online trying to find an article that covers all the French Bulldog Colors and show it to my customers as an example, but nothing extensive popped up, so I decided it’s time to write my own. I will try to keep it as simple as possible as well as cover some basic questions regarding pricing. Keep in mind that the prices vary based on color, bloodlines and breeding rights. It will cost you more to get a specific dog with a full AKC registration, than getting it just as a family pet.

Standard Colors

  • Brindle
  • Cream
  • Fawn
  • Black
  • Any mix of all above + Pied

Exotic Colors

  • Blue
  • Merle
  • Lilac
  • Isabella
  • Chocolate
  • Blue Fawn
  • *Furry
  • Any mix of all above + Tan

This is what you need to know

Brown Lilac-tan French bulldog are two of the most popular dog breeds in the world. Lilac french bulldogs are the most popular color and have a light gray coat. Tan french bulldogs have a darker gray coat. Both colors have brown eyes and long ears. Lilac french bulldogs are the smaller of the two colors, and tan french bulldogs are the larger of the two colors. Both colors are popular due to their looks and their loyalty to their owners.

No matter what color combination you choose, be sure to match your French bulldog’s color to the colors of your home and furniture. A white French bulldog in a black home will look out of place, and a tan French bulldog in a white home will look dirty quickly. Choose colors that will harmonize well with your décor.

Lilac Fawn French Bulldog

The lilac fawn French bulldog is a very specific and rare type of French bulldog that describes a spectacular light dusty grey-brown color.  In addition, they also have lighter eye color and sometimes red skin around the eyes and nose.

This type of Frenchie acts just like the rest of the coat colors of French bulldog. They also have the same type of common health issues, dietary and grooming needs, and physical shape and size averages.

Because the lilac fawn French bulldog is an awesome French bulldog wrapped in a beautiful, rare color, most people, including myself, agree that these dogs make for a great pet for many people.

Lilac Fawn French Bulldog

Bringing a French bulldog or any dog, into your home with your family, is a big decision that should not be taken lightly. Things to consider include:

  • cost to purchase
  • cost of food, veterinary bills, grooming supplies, etc.
  • grooming
  • time of care/attention needed
  • physical space requirements
  • toys/play/enrichment
  • emergency plans
  • other animals/dogs in the house
  • etc.

After you and your family have decided that a French bulldog is right for you, you can also get a second opinion by using your veterinarian as a second professional opinion.

What is a Lilac French bulldog?

Isabella or a Lilac French bulldog has a noticeable lilac hue of the coat. It occurs due to the same dilution gene that causes a blue hue of hair. If you would ask us to describe this coat color, we can say it a pale greyish-brown coat. This type of color occurs spontaneously when a dog is a carrier of a recessive gene. An Isabella or a Lilac French bulldog will have the genotype bbdd (homozygous for liver, homozygous for dilution). When a Lilac French bulldog is born, its coat may resemble a coat of a blue Frenchie. As it matures, its coat gets a lighter coloration and a visible Lilac hue. The eyes in a lilac fawn French bulldog are usually blue, light grey or amber. Their noses are usually pale pink or a greyish-brown and have visible pale pink markings around the eyes and mouth. This type of dog requires a special way of breeding in order to escape potential health issues. That’s why Rare-colored Frenchie are expensive and their prices range between 3,000$ and 15,000 $.

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