- 1 What makes a French bulldog blue?
- 2 Are Blue Frenchies purebred?
- 3 How much does a blue French bulldog cost?
- 4 Are blue French bulldogs bad?
- 5 What is the rarest color of French bulldog?
- 6 What color French Bulldog is most expensive?
- 7 Do French Bulldogs bite a lot?
- 8 Why are blue Frenchies so expensive?
- 9 Do Frenchies eyes stay blue?
- 10 Should you buy a blue French bulldog?
- 11 How much are fluffy Frenchies?
- 12 Why do French bulldogs stink?
- 13 What is poisonous to French bulldogs?
- 14 Are French bulldogs smart?
- 15 What do I need to know before buying a French bulldog?
What makes a French bulldog blue?
The blue French Bull dog’s bluish coat are the result of a recessive black dilution gene ( lets call it the ‘black’ gene) or the dilution gene as it is sometimes called. It is this black dilution gene that gives the blue French bull dog its beautiful bluish grey coat.
Are Blue Frenchies purebred?
The blue color is the biggest trend of all for Frenchies. They’re being bred and sold so quickly that there are waiting lists for the puppies. Blues (colored like a Weimaraner) have been more of an issue with the breed than any other fad color.
How much does a blue French bulldog cost?
On average you will have to pay $2000-$3000 for a Blue French Bulldog. A pup from a well documented pedigree can run you well over $3500. Adult dogs tend to cost a bit less due to the decreased demand. Still they will cost you more than most other breeds at around $1500 to $2000.
Are blue French bulldogs bad?
‘ Unfortunately, while many people find this face shape ‘cute,’ it can have some serious health implications for these little dogs. These include increased risks of overheating, obstructed airways, narrow nostrils, issues with their eye sockets, and dental problems.
What is the rarest color of French bulldog?
WHAT IS THE RAREST COLOR OF A FRENCH BULLDOG? The blue merle is the rarest of colors that exist in the Frenchie breed.
What color French Bulldog is most expensive?
The most expensive French Bulldog on record is called Micro. He is worth over $100,000 because of his blue color and orange eyes. Purchasing a Frenchie can be confusing because of the large price variance. Luckily, it is not difficult to understand why the cost of a French Bulldog puppy can vary.
Do French Bulldogs bite a lot?
Do French Bulldogs bite a lot? As puppies, yes, Frenchies can bite and nip as part of teething and play. As a general rule of thumb, they will get over this behaviour. Generally speaking though, Frenchies are a non-aggressive breed.
Why are blue Frenchies so expensive?
Why are Purebred French Bulldogs so Expensive? The high price is due to all the expenses needed for breeding a French Bulldog. To breed, they require artificial insemination and c-sections to give birth which costs breeders anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000.
Do Frenchies eyes stay blue?
Even though all newborn French bulldogs have gorgeous blue eyes when they are born, the bad news is that most of them don’t stay blue. Just like in human babies, Frenchie puppies also change eye colors from blue to brown.
Should you buy a blue French bulldog?
Most reputable French bulldog breed clubs take a clear stance against blue French bulldogs, and strongly discourage their breeding and sale. Blue French bulldogs are appealing targets for theft, which can make life rather stressful for their owners.
How much are fluffy Frenchies?
The average price of a male fluffy Frenchie is usually $12,990 to $14,990, while females cost $13,990 to $15,990. These dogs aren’t even from top quality lines, so imagine how much more expensive are those who are of premium quality.
Why do French bulldogs stink?
One of the most common things that causes a smelly French Bulldog is when they have problems with their facial folds. When their folds aren’t cleaned regularly, they tend to develop a nasty odor. This is because food, dirt, and moisture gets trapped, which causes bacteria to grow and cause a smell.
What is poisonous to French bulldogs?
Poisonous foods for French Bulldogs
- Onions, garlic, leeks and chives.
- Artificial sweetener (xylitol) in gum and mints.
- Candy and sweets.
- Some brands of peanut butter.
- Corn on the cob.
- Cooked bones.
Are French bulldogs smart?
French Bulldogs are intelligent, and training them is easy as long as you make it seem like a game and keep it fun. They are free thinkers and are not an ideal breed for competing in obedience or agility although some have risen to the challenge. Frenchies are loving companions who thrive on human contact.
What do I need to know before buying a French bulldog?
If you buy from a breeder, make sure your puppy will be well socialised and have all necessary screening tests, health checks and vaccinations. It’s really important that French Bulldog puppies from a breeder get the right early socialisation so always ask the breeder about how they go about this.