The Blue Brindle French Bulldog is one of the brindle french bulldogs that have a high demand in the United States. It is the most popular out of all brindle French bulldogs.
Many people mistake the blue Brindle color for black. Someone on a Facebook group once referred to it as “light-dark Brindle Frenchie”. I had to correct the person that it was a blue Brindle French bulldog.
People who love the blue Brindle French bulldogs or blue Frenchies in general love Black French bulldogs also. You can read our guide on that here.
What is a blue brindle French Bulldog?
Blue Brindle Frenchies usually have a grey bluish coat and this is caused by a dilute gene. Their nose is always bluish-grey in color also. The grey bluish coat occurs when both the parents of the Frenchie are carrying the rare dilute gene.
They are healthy dogs if properly bred. A popular notion around the French Bulldog community is that a blue French bulldog is less healthy than other Frenchies and that’s a wrong notion.
You need to get a reputable breeder to ensure that the blue Brindle Frenchie wouldn’t have serious health issues. For this not to occur, they must have been properly bred with their parents (both) not having any health issues whatsoever.
As with any other Brindle French bulldog, the common health issues they might have are:
- Cherry eye
- Skin fold dermatitis
- Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS)
This Brindle is accepted by the American Kennel Club (AKC).
Are blue brindle French bulldogs rare?
Yes, they are rare. It is very difficult to find two French Bulldog parents carrying the dilute gene that can breed a blue Brindle Frenchie.
How much is a blue brindle French Bulldog?
For an adult blue Brindle Frenchie, you can expect yourself to pay between $2,000 – $3,000. A blue Brindle French bulldog puppy price can start from $3,000 and go as high as $4,000
Are blue brindle French bulldogs expensive?
Yes, they are expensive due to demand and how rare it is to find a properly bred blue Brindle Frenchie.