If someone would ask us to describe French bulldogs, we would certainly say they're gorgeous bunches of personalities, ‘specially packed' to fit everyone's family. According to the AKC, they're considered for one of the best family dog breeds, since they're famous as loyal and protective companions. If you already made a decision of buying a French bulldog, but you're still having a dilemma what color to choose, here is what you need to know about Pied French bulldogs. We all know that Frenchies come in a wide variety of colors, without and with unique-looking patches, and usually cost more than other dog breeds. Although there's still a sort of unethical breeding and commercialization of the breed, we do claim there're many trusted breeders who still care about these lovely creatures.
What do first-time owners need to know?
As a first-time owner to be, you're probably asking yourself why you should care about choosing the color of a dog. However, there're many reasons to care about. First of all, the coat color of a dog will tell you everything about your dog's carried genes. By discovering your dog's coat history, you can pay attention to its health demands in the future. You'll also discover if there're recessive genes or some other breed crossing. In other words, you'll discover pretty much everything!
How does a pied French bulldog look like?
Pied French bulldogs are white in colors and have usually one of a few darker color patches on coats. The patches position may differ, but in most cases, they're positioned around one eye, or on a dog's back. However, that's not all! There is a wide spectrum of pied French bulldog coat appearances. One of the favorite things of owning a pied Frenchie is that you know it's totally unique. They have their own outstanding patches and there's no other dog like yours.
Brindle Pied French bulldog
Brindle Pied Frenchies are white in colors with brindle patches. Brindle means that a dog's having a solid coat with lighter colored hair traces while pied (only) means a dog is white with usually one or a few dark patches. If you want to choose a dog color that is accepted by the AKC than Brindle Pied French bulldog would be the right choice. Brindle Pied French bulldogs are acceptable by the AKC.
Cream Pied French bulldog
Cream Pied Frenchies are usually cream with fawn patches that may have sort of orange tone. Cream pied Frenchies are usually higher in price since they're not easy to produce. Another great thing is that this coat pattern is accepted by the AKC and would be the good pick for owners who want to show their pet.
White Pied French bulldog
White Pied Frenchies are white in color and have black patches around their one eye, or on their back, front or hind legs. This coat is not accepted by the AKC, except your dog's having a trace of brined on dark patches.
Blue Pied French bulldog
Blue Pied Frenchie carries the recessive blue dilution gene and is white in color with sort of bluish patches on its body. This coat color is not accepted by the AKC but is certainly one of the most distinctive coats you'll ever see.
No matter what pied coat pattern you prefer, Frenchie's variety of colors is truly astounding. The most important thing every future owner needs to care about is the dog's health history.