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Lilac (Isabella) French Bulldog

Lilac French Bulldog

A lilac or Isabella coat is one of the rarest color variations in a French Bulldog. The recessive diluted ā€˜dā€™ gene responsible for the blue color in Frenchies also leads to a lilac coloration. An Isabella coat is mostly grayish-brown thanks to the dilution of the black, liver, or red genes.

After birth, the puppies resemble a French Bulldog with a bluish-gray body. Upon maturing, they gradually turn lighter, with the lilac shade becoming more prominent. They also have a grayish-brown or pale pink nose, alongside pale pink markings in the area surrounding their mouth and eyes. The lilac Frenchies also possess a unique coloration varying blue to yellow or even light brown.

The American Kennel Club and other prominent breed registries do not recognize lilac as the French Bulldog’s standard coat color.

Lilac French Bulldog Puppy
Full Grown Lilac French Bulldog
Lilac Long Haired French Bulldog
Lilac French Bulldog Picture

Different Types of Lilac French Bulldogs

Lilac Brindle French Bulldog
Lilac Blue and Tan French Bulldog
Isabella French Bulldog
Lilac Tri French Bulldog
Lavender French Bulldog
Lilac Chocolate French Bulldog
Lilac and Tan French Bulldog

Lilac and Tan

The base color is lilac with tan points on the face and ears.

Lilac Sable French Bulldog

Lilac Sable

The dog has a reddish-brown coat with lilac markings around its mouth and the area near its nose.

Lilac Pied

The pied pattern is mostly about lilac markings on the body against a white or fawn coat. The paws and region around the mouth are pinkish.

Platinum Lilac French Bulldog

Platinum Lilac 

They have a cream body with lilac patterns on their nose, paws, and mouth.

Difference Between Lilac and Blue French Bulldogs

While it may be difficult to tell the two apart at first glance, lilac French Bulldogs lack the gene which gives their coat a brown color. This gives them their standard lilac appearance.

How Much Do Lilac French Bulldogs Cost

Special techniques are often implemented in breeding these dogs to lessen health problems that incur a lot of costs. Hence, these dogs are expensive, costing about $150,000, even going up to $30,000.

Grooming and maintaining them also requires a lot of money. As they have pink skin around their eyes and also in the area between their toes, you should gently clean their eyes and make them wear footwear in winter, especially when taking them out for a walk to prevent burns and frostbites. The lilac Frenchies even have a thin and sensitive coat needing gentle brushing.

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