White French Bulldog Guide

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White French Bulldog

The White French Bulldog is a unique and special breed of Frenchies with a large customer base in the United States. It is equally popular in the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, and Australia. Usually, Frenchies have a velvety-like coat that comes in four different colors. These colors are:

  • Red
  • Fawn
  • Blue
  • White

White French Bulldogs are medium-sized Frenchies weighing between 15 and 25 pounds. The color of this Frenchie has made it a popular choice for those looking to get a dog as a companion.

White French Bulldog 

White coats are rare amongst dogs; only a few of the hundreds of dog breeds can have this coat color. Some of these dog breeds include:

  • Samoyed
  • Maltese
  • French Bulldog
  • West Highland White Terrier
  • American Eskimo
  • Great Pyrenees
  • Coton de Tulear
  • Bolognese
  • Dogo Argentino
  • Japanese Spitz
  • Komondor
  • Kuvasz

The White French Bulldog is extremely rare to come by, and this rarity is solely attributed to the color of the Frenchie.

In general, Frenchies usually have white patches on their skin, especially on their feet and muzzle, and it is known for its distinctive feature of having a long snout. They are also known for their proud and aristocratic bearing, friendly and affectionate personalities, and endearing and intelligent expressions. We wrote an article describing their temperament, which you can read here.

Another great thing about white Frenchies is that they are recognized by the AKC, meaning they are ethically bred.

There are things you should know about the White French Bulldog before getting one as a pet. Such as cost, health issues, and much more.

How Much is a White French Bulldog?

Owning a white French Bulldog is no joke, of course, and the cost of a white French Bulldog depends on the pedigree, age, and whether or not they are already housebroken. The average price for a White French Bulldog in the US can start from $1800 to as much as $3000. The cost will be lower if you’re looking to adopt an older white French Bulldog. Sometimes, the white Frenchie could go higher than the $3,000 average and as high as $4,000 to almost $6,000.

Are White French Bulldogs Rare?

The white French Bulldog is a rare breed. It is more common to find a blue, fawn, or red French Bulldog than its white counterpart. There are not so many white French Bulldogs because they are born with the same color as their mother’s coat. The more dominant color in the mother’s genes will match the pup’s color. This means a blue-eyed mother has a greater chance of having a blue-eyed puppy than one with brown eyes.

What is the Rarest Color of the French Bulldog?

The rarest color of the French Bulldog is the blue merle, alongside other coat colors such as Isabella, pure black, blue and tan, blue, lilac, merle, and even the chocolate Frenchie. This is because the white coat color is a recessive gene, so it’s hard to come by.

What do You Call an All White Frenchie?

An all-white Frenchie is generally referred to as platinum. These types of Frenchies have the color white because of the simple fact that they lack pigment.

White Frenchie 

Do White French Bulldogs have Problems?

One of the most common questions regarding white French Bulldogs is if they have problems. The answer is no. White French Bulldogs are perfectly okay and don’t have any issues because of their color. One thing to note about the White French Bulldog is that if you get a French Bulldog with a white coat and want to keep it that way, you will need to take special care of them.

Common White French Bulldog Health Issues

The White French Bulldog is a very healthy breed but prone to some health ailments. This includes patellar luxation and brachycephalic syndrome. 

Patellar luxation is a condition where the knee slips out of its groove in the thigh bone. The dog may be able to walk on it, but it will sometimes give out and cause them to limp. It can also cause pain, lameness, and arthritis if the condition worsens.

The brachycephalic syndrome occurs when there is insufficient airflow through the nasal passages because of a compressed facial structure. The result is difficulty breathing or snoring due to a narrowed windpipe. Many other symptoms also occur with this condition, and it can be life-threatening if left untreated.

White French Bulldog Healthcare

As a Frenchie owner, always know this, French Bulldog is a breed of dog prone to respiratory problems, hip & elbow dysplasia, and heart disease. As a result, breed owners need to understand their breed-specific health concerns to help keep their pets healthy. 

The French Bulldog is also prone to skin conditions like dermatitis or allergies and eye diseases like cataracts. We wrote extensively on this issue in a previous article here. The French Bulldog can be predisposed to obesity, and care must be taken not to overfeed your pet. If left to their own devices, they will overheat.

These issues are not limited to one type of Frenchie but are peculiar to all. Once you see the symptoms of these diseases/ailments in your French Bulldog, you are advised to immediately seek medical help from a professional vet doctor.

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