Lilac Fawn French Bulldogs in Colorado
We have lilac fawn French Bulldogs in Colorado available in upcoming litters. They might be my favorite color as they are a beautiful champagne color with light eyes that just pop against their fur. Most people don’t know to ask for them and they are prettier in person than their pictures portray.
If you don’t see a lilac fawn pup available now you can submit a deposit for an upcoming pup. A deposit is $300 and goes towards the total purchase of your pup. Lilac Fawn French Bulldogs are typically $4200-4500. Choose your preference of male or female and then choose lilac fawn. Then text me (Amanda) at 719-308-7444 to let me know you’ve done so and if you have specific qualities you are looking or timeframe for adding a pup to your home.
Love this color? Check out our available lilac fawn French Bulldogs in Colorado.
Rishi | Lilac Fawn French Bulldog Female | Born February 27th 2023
Ruby | Lilac Fawn French Bulldog Female | Born February 27th 2023
Ren | Lilac Fawn Merle French Bulldog Female | Born February 27th 2023
Raleigh | Lilac Fawn Merle French Bulldog Female | Born February 27th 2023
Rush | Lilac Fawn French Bulldog Male | Born February 27th 2023 |
Lilac, Lilac Fawn and Merle French Bulldog Litter | Born February 27th 2023
Lilac and Platinum French Bulldog Litter | Born March 2nd 2023
Lilac Fawn and Platinum French Bulldog Litter | Born March 4th 2023
The genetics behind the coloring.
For the lilac fawn color to be expressed the pup must carry two copies of the blue gene (d/d), two copies of the untestable chocolate gene (co/co), a copy of the fawn gene (ay/ay) from the A locus, and no brinding on the K locus (ky/ky). I know it sounds like a lot of science. That’s what makes them so rare. Look at those beautiful eyes!
What about lilac fawn pied French Bulldogs?
Pied means they have a white base and in this case black patches. The pied gene is expressed through the S locus and is a recessive gene. This means it needs to inherit two copies of the pied gene to be expressed. They use a capital S to show that the Frenchie is a carrier of the pied gene and n to show it is not. For example, if your pup is pied it must carry two copies of S (S, S).
Lilac Fawn Merle French Bulldogs
Now you can have a lilac fawn merle Frenchies as well. The merle speckling seems to be pretty light most of the time and almost appears as lilac fawn. I have found that many of the merles keep a speckling of blue in their eyes as they age and turn a pretty yellowish, green color. Merle is a dominate gene so it only needs one copy the merle gene to be expressed. You don’t breed merles to other merles so you will not have two copies of merle.
Lilac Fawn French Bulldogs are beautiful and you can see come in a variety of colors. I promise they are even prettier in person.