All of Our Brindle French Bulldog Puppies for Sale will come with AKC
registered, microchipped, vaccinated,flead and wormed up to date,
puppy pack including food, toy, and a blanket with mum’s scent on so
the pup can take a little comfort with them to their new home.
Now the fun part comes: picking out your new French Bulldog pup. It
can be a little intimidating for new owners, as there are so many
physical variations of these dogs, especially with coat colors.
But not to worry, we’ve compiled a list of all the most popular French
Bulldog colors for your convenience. No matter what your taste is,
you’ll find the perfect Frenchie that fits your style.
To understand brindle, you first need to understand fawn.
Brindle is technically not a single color but actually a color pattern
made up of fawn and black hair.
The brindle color can also have white mixed in. The amount of each
color can greatly change how a brindle coat appears.
French Bulldogs are undeniably some of the best dog breeds out there.
They’re playful, highly intelligent, affectionate, and most
importantly, irresistible. If you’ve decided to keep a Frenchie,
you’ve made a great decision.
These puppies have been raised in a loving home with 24/7 care. They
have been socialized around children, family members, and grew around
all household noises.
Please feel free to make contact to arrange a viewing or to ask any
questions. A $500 deposit will secure the puppy of your choice.
The Brindle is the most popular color of the French Bulldog.
One of my favorite color patterns, which also happens to be one of the
most popular, is the Brindle. It’s important to know that Brindle
isn’t really a specific color. Rather, it’s a color and pattern.
Brindle usually features dark colors, such as a combination of
different degrees/shades of brown and a “dusky tawny” color. At the
same time, there are thin black colored stripes that give the coat a
It’s almost like a tiger’s coat, which explains why Brindle is
sometimes called the “tiger stripe.”
Furthermore, there are many variations (and names) of the Brindle,
such as Seal Brindle (almost non-existent black brindle) and Tiger
Brindle (very obvious brindle pattern).
However, the problem with Brindle Frenchies is that the Brindle color
isn’t exclusive to French Bulldogs. They’re seen in other dog breeds,
guinea pigs, cattle, and sometimes horses. Still, I admit they look the
best on a Frenchie.