Like the reverse brindle Frenchie, the French chocolate bulldog is another rare brindle French bulldog. They are one of the most beautiful Frenchies and have the softest fur, which is incredibly appealing to the eyes.
Chocolate French Bulldogs usually have a brown coat with white milky-like stripes and patterns. Their brown coat is a result of the recessive gene.
Choco brindle Frenchies, as I like to call them, have brown nails or noses then light blue eyes. These are features you can use to distinguish them from other brindles.
They are similar to Blue Frenchies and sometimes are hard to differentiate. You will have to be a breeder or have good knowledge to know which.
The good thing is that the AKC recognizes all brindles and all chocolate brindle French bulldogs. You can read this brindle French bulldog guide to help you understand all brindles much better.
Chocolate brindle French bulldogs have health issues found in almost all French Bulldogs. The most common are cherry eye, brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome (BOAS), and skin fold dermatitis.
Are Chocolate Brindle Frenchies Rare?
Yes, they are very rare. Their coat color is obtained from a recessive gene that must be present in both parents. It would take a skilled and experienced breeder to achieve a chocolate brindle puppy.
Chocolate Brindle French Bulldog Price
A chocolate brindle French bulldog price is between $1,700 to $2,200. The price can depend on many factors and, ultimately, the breeder.