It is easy to get a cream French Bulldog mixed up with a fawn or white Frenchie but I believe once you are done with this post, you should be able to easily identify a cream French Bulldog.

According to The Happy Puppy Site, a cream Frenchie looks like a white French bulldog save for its cream color coat. It is also has a similar coat to the Fawn French Bulldog but looks paler than it.

A cream Frenchie usually (not all but most) has a cream coat with no markings. If any had markings, it will be a black mask. Remember, not to confuse it with white/fawn French Bulldogs.

Unfortunately, not all colors are accepted by the American Kennel Club (AKC) but the cream color is accepted by the club. You can read all about French Bulldog colors here.

Cream French Bulldog Breeding

When you are looking for breeders or you want to buy a Frenchie (not just a cream Frenchie) you should use a reputable breeder. You can always check AKC for dog breeders and any dog or in our case, a Frenchie you are buying, they should always give you required papers.

The cream Frenchie’s pheomelanin (coat) is red in its basic form but becomes cream when a dilution occurs. This dilution gene is recessive and the puppies need to receive it from both parents to have a cream coat of course.

Cream French Bulldog

It is very hard to come across a cream French Bulldog and this is expected due to how hard it is to breed. It is always worth the wait especially when you find a reputable breeder. Please do note that a good breeder will place priority on the dog’s health rather than the color of the coat.

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Common Cream French Bulldog Health Issues

This type of French Bulldog faces similar health issues that other Frenchies do face. They include:

  • Brachycephalic Ocular Syndrome and Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome
  • Overheating
  • Birth issues
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Heart issues
  • Autoimmune Thyroiditis
  • Tracheal Hypoplasia
  • Skin problems that should be looked at immediately

How does a Cream French Bulldog Puppy Look Like?

A cream French bulldog puppy can look whiteish with a mixture of the cream color but later on the cream color usually stand out as they grow older.

Here is an image below,

Cream French Bulldog Puppy

Full Grown Cream French Bulldog

Here is an image of a full-grown cream Frenchie below,

Full Cream French Bulldog
A Full Grown Cream Frenchie

How much does a cream French Bulldog cost?

Before we give an average, you should know that there are three major factors that determine the pricing of a cream Frenchie. They are:

  1.  Breeding Process
  2.  Breed Line
  3.  Location of the breeder/Frenchie (you can expect the price of a cream french Bulldog in LA, California to be the same price as cheaper places such as Ohio or Idaho).

The price range starts from $500 and goes as high as $5,000 – $10,000.

Are cream French bulldogs rare?

Yes, they are. You might have to join a breeder’s waiting list to get the exact Frenchie you want which in this case is the cream Frenchie. The major reason why they are so rare is because of the breeding process which we had earlier explained. To achieve the cream coat color, a breeder has to find parents who have the same cream coat color.

What is a cream Frenchie?

A cream Frenchie is basically another type of Frenchie whose coat base color is cream-ish in color. They are sometimes whiteish and mixed with the cream color but the latter always stands out.

Is cream a standard French Bulldog color?

According to the AKC, yes it is.

Popular Cream French Bulldog Names

Here are some popular names you can give to your cream French bulldog.

  • Oat
  • Cream
  • Ice
  • Sugar
  • Butter
  • Dairy
  • Cheese
  • Creamy
  • Nutt
  • Dove
  • Noodle
  • Mashy
  • Milky
  • Polar
  • Pearl
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Conclusion

I believe with this guide, you should already know if the cream French Bulldog is what you want. If you are still not sure, you can read other Frenchie guides we have provided here. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comment section below.

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