When it comes to the Brindle and White French Bulldog many people are confused. At first, it might seem confusing with many people calling another type of Frenchie a brindle and white Frenchie.
The most common mixup is the fawn and brindle Frenchie, with the brindle and white French Bulldog. This is because brindles do have a fawn base but with brindle markings. It is these markings that distinguish them from a fawn French Bulldog.
For more brindles (types), you should definitely read this guide here.
While there are many types of Frenchies, some are not approved by the American Kennel Club but the brindle and white French Bulldog is a standard color approved by the AKC. You can read all the colors here approved by the AKC.
What is a Brindle and White French bulldog?
Their coats are usually cream-ish or white in some cases with dark markings making them a brindle. They would have a white coat like most Frenchies in their chest area.
What does brindle mean in French Bulldogs?
The brindle in French Bulldogs simply means a fawn/cream-ish coat with dark markings. That is what we call a brindle French bulldog.
What is the rarest color of French Bulldog?
The blue merle French Bulldog is the rarest French Bulldog.
How much is a brindle French Bulldog worth?
On average, a brindle is worth $3,000 in the market.
Brindle and White French Bulldog Price
Getting a brindle and white Frenchie isn’t an easy task but still possible. It would cost you between $2,000 – $4,000 to get one.