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                                        French Bulldog Recognized colors

 

                              *** According to the standard recognized colors***

 

COLOR :


Plain fawn, brindle or not, with a limited number of plates.

Fawn, brindle or not, with medium or predominant number plates.

All the fawn shades are admitted, from the red to light brown (café au lait). Entirely white dogs are classified as << brindle fawn with predominant white plates. >>

explanation:

 

Plain fawn, brindle or not, with a limited number of plates

 

This is "brindle" and "fawn"

Although "fawn" in the standard state called the front is "brindle" the dominant color in the breed.

 

brindle;

is black and fawn together are present in greater or lesser extent in a "stripe pattern" ("brindle") where the black color is predominant. Limited white is permitted. Young dogs can often be almost entirely black, it will, however, develop flow in later life. Black is by no disqualifying color.

 

fawn;

is even and smooth fawn with a color variation from red to light brown ("cafe au lait", the nuances are allowed). Limited white is allowed

 

Fawn, brindle or not, with medium or predominant number plates.

 

This is "pied";

 

Pied;

both brindle-pied and fawn-pied are allowed and have a moderate to high proportion of white. Entirely white dogs are also allowed.