The reverse brindle French bulldog is one the rarest Frenchie out there and the rarest out of all the brindle French Bulldogs.
A normal brindle Frenchie would have a dark coat with white patches but in the case of the reverse brindle Frenchie, it is the opposite. It has a cream/white coat with dark patches and patterns caused by the K-Locus gene.
The dog is approved by the American Kennel Club (AKC) as it accepts the brindle/cream color.
The most common health issues associated with brindle French Bulldogs also affect reverse brindle Frenchies. They are:
- Cherry Eye
- Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS)
- Skin Fold Dermatitis
How much is a reverse brindle French Bulldog?
The reverse brindle Frenchie is a very expensive dog because it is one Frenchie that is hard to find. I am yet to see one for sale that is above $3,500.
If you want to get one, you should have from $2,000 to $3,000 while the average cost of a reverse brindle French Bulldog in the United States is $2,500.