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Blue French Bulldog Photos

October 28, 2008 by sandor.fagyal
Just a gorgeous puppy. Sorry, if I carried away too much with the art...



Blue French Bulldog

 



Blue French Bulldog Puppies for Sale at Euro Puppy!

November 30, 2007 by ann

Have you also been desperately searching for Blue French Bulldog Puppies for sale? If so, you have come to the right place.... Euro Puppy has it!


Some call them French Bulldogs. Some call them Bouledogue Français. Whatever name you know them as, their charm is undeniable. As with all things rare, be that a white elephant or a red diamond, blue Frenchies are also in high demand. Why blue? Well apart from the usual fawn, brindle, pied color that they usually come in, an exceptional hue can also be found – if somewhat rarely- in Frenchies. These rare-colored French Bulldogs are called “Blue French Bulldogs”. There are 3 types that occur in the blue hue: Blue, or Blue Brindle markings on a dog have a "grey" hue, and the base coat color is a solid blue-grey. It has been debated whether or not this color is also what the standards refer to as 'mouse'. A Blue Pied French Bulldog is a result of the ‘d’ or dilute gene. In this form, the dilute factor has caused the black hairs to become blue. Pigment on the nose and the pads of the feet are also a grayish blue in color, and eyes are often blue or yellowish gold. Again, this color has also been referred to as mouse. Last but not least, Blue-Fawn is a variation of blue, that is seen most clearly in the masking points on the face. Typically they have green/gray eyes. It is said that they are usually produced by a fawn or red fawn parent.