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Fawn French Bulldog

Fawn is one of the most accepted French bulldog’s coloration by the AKC and several other prominent breed registries.

Besides fawn, its variations like fawn and white, fawn brindle, white and fawn, and fawn, white, and brindle are commonly accepted as per the American Kennel Club.

Frenchies with a solid fawn coat may appear light tan, reddish tan, golden tan, or even cream. Most fawn dogs have a black mask, while in a few it could come in a lighter color.  Chocolate fawn and blue fawn are the two varieties not acceptable by the AKC or any other registry.

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Different Types of Fawn French Bulldogs

Blue Fawn French Bulldog

Blue fawn

A rare coloration, dogs with such a coat has fawn as their base color with shades of blue on their ear and back. They even have a blue mask and pad.

Lilac Fawn French Bulldog

Lilac fawn

The overall coat has a fawn-chocolate brown shade, while the ears and certain portions around their face have lilac markings.

Red Fawn French Bulldog

Red fawn

This is the commonest combination found as most fawn coats possess a tinge of red, giving it a reddish-brown appearance.

Fawn Pied French Bulldog

Pied fawn

It is mostly a blend of a white base with a few or several fawn patches all over. Those with a few markings mostly appear white. On the other hand, those with larger markings look more on the fawn side than white. The pied fawn French bulldogs could either have a black or even a light-colored mask. 

Chocolate Fawn French Bulldog

Chocolate fawn

When the fawn coloration is diluted, it acquires a chocolate brown shade mostly visible in the color of their mask, paw pads, ears, and nose. Their mask is not black, and the eye color of such varieties appears lighter. 

Fawn Merle French Bulldog

Merle fawn

It has a dark base with fawn markings or patches.

Fawn Sable French Bulldog

Sable fawn

The sable-fawn variation is a rare one indeed. The fawn coat has black markings giving the dogs a dark appearance.

Fawn and White French Bulldog

Fawn and white/ white and fawn

In this pied pattern, fawn and white mean more fawn and less of white, and the reverse in case of white and fawn.

How much do fawn French bulldogs cost

About 60% of the French bulldogs appear in brindle or fawn, and the cost approximately ranges between $2000 and $3000. Most fawn Frenchies are short-haired, with their coat needing minimal grooming, hence lessening their maintenance cost.

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