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All About the Brindle Frenchie
Brindle Frenchies are instantly recognizable by their tiger-striped coats.
You may not know what I mean when I talk about a “Brindle Frenchie“, but I’m sure you’ve seen one…
Just take a look for yourself!
You can’t miss it! The lighter tiger-like stripes on top of their darker coat.
Brindle Frenchies often have bits of white fur throughout their coat as well.
How much is a Brindle French Bulldog?
The average price of a Brindle Frenchie is $4,000. This makes it one of the least expensive French Bulldog colors (it’s very common!)
Other colors such as Blue often cost as much as $6,500!
What does a Brindle Frenchie look like?!
I know, you can’t get enough of Frenchies… here’s the cutest Brindle Frenchies on the internet:
All Brindle Coats are Unique
Not all Brindle coats are created equally.
In addition to the coat’s infinite possibilities of different tiger-stripe patterns, the stripes themselves can vary in shade (lighter/darker) as well as the base coat itself.
Brindle Coat Variations
There are a few different types of Brindle coats… depending on their parents’ genetics, you could see Frenchies with any of the following colors:
- Brindle & White
- Blue Brindle
- Chocolate Brindle
- Merle Brindle
- Brindle & Fawn
The above variations are just for the dog’s base coat… the stripes will vary dog-to-dog even if both dogs are ”Blue Brindles”.
Brindle French Bulldog Genetics
If you want to geek out on the genetics of Brindle Frenchies, then you have to check out this video from Love My Pups.
He talks all about how to reduce or eliminate Brindle in Frenchies… if you’re interested in breeding Frenchies, you’d probably enjoy his other content as well!
Frequently Asked Questions
Are Brindle Frenchies Rare?
No, Brindle Frenchies are not rare.
In fact, Brindle is one of the most common French Bulldog colors.
What are the types of Brindle French Bulldogs?
Brindle, White & Brindle, Blue Brindle, Chocolate Brindle, Merle Brindle, and Brindle & Fawn.