Who doesn’t love pied French Bulldogs?!? They are always so cute and so expressive in their coloring. Let’s talk the genetics on how pied Frenchies are made.
The pied gene is on the S locus and in order for the pied expression to occur they must have two copies of the gene. They can be a carrier with only one copy and pass it down to their offspring but they will not express the gene themselves.
They vary in the amount of white they express.
Sophie is an extreme pieballed and looks white.
Or they can be more covered in their main color. You can read more about the other standard color and rare colored genetics on the the other pages on our website. See links in the header menu or at the bottom of the page.
Here’s a brindle pied female Frenchie!
Cream pied Frenchie
One of Our Fawn Pied French Bulldog Momma’s
Frenchies can come as pied in the standard colors and rare colors.
Lilac Pied French Bulldog Male
Our sweet Romeo! Blue Pied Frenchie Male
This is our spoiled little guy. He’s neutered and the boys rough house with him all day…even though he just wants to snuggle with momma.
Our Previous Frenchies!
Brindle Pied Dahlia
Doesn’t she look pretty with her half black face? We love it!
Fawn Pied Frenchie Female
Frenchies and little girls just seem to go together! This little girl fell in love with her pied little frenchie!
A litter of pied Frenchies!
Is this not the cutest litter of pied frenchies you have ever seen?
Leo Lilac Pied Frenchie Male
Belinda Lilac Pied Female
Look at her cute little lilac eyebrow! The pied gene is so fun and expressive.
Queenie Lilac Pied Female
With the lilacs they have light eyes which are often blue.