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DIAMOND,the true friend

$850.00

Breed: French Bulldog

Color:  blue Merle 

Puppy Sex: male

Puppy AVAILABLE 

Description

What is a Blue Merle Frenchie Bulldog and how do you know it?

Blue Merle Frenchie Bulldog is the most recent bully breed. Merle coat patterns come in many colors (not just blue), and can be affected by any breed of dog. Merle is a genetic mutation that causes random changes in the dog’s coat and paw pads, nose and eyes. It removes pigment, which results in patches of pigment being placed on previously mentioned areas.

Heterochromia is when pigment is removed from the iris. This results in the bright blue eyes Blue Merle French Bulldogs are famous for.

Merle Frenchie is the only choice if you want a French bulldog that will keep its eyes blue forever. Blue Frenchies, Isabella, and lilac all have the blue-eyed characteristic. However, this is only for puppies. The blue color of the eyes changes as the dog grows and matures.

Are blue Merle Frenchie bulldogs at risk for health problems?

Merle French Bulldogs are doomed to suffer all sorts of health problems. There are many misconceptions about Blue Merle French Bulldogs that circulate the internet. They mostly state how genetically inferior and issue-proven they are. It is true?

There are no health problems directly linked to the Merle gene. If bred responsibly, Merle French bulldogs are very healthy. Responsible breeding means that the pairings are done correctly. Merle French Bulldogs should not be bred with dogs of solid color.

If a breeder is irresponsible and breeds two Merles together, the downsides to the Merle gene can be disastrous. This could lead to a genetic disaster known as a “Double Merle”.

Two Merle French Bulldogs paired together can give 25% chance to be double merles. Also known as homozygous Merles.

Two copies of the Merle gene (mm) are found in double merled dogs. This results in significant removal of pigment which can adversely affect sight and hearing. Double Merle dogs can be almost completely white and have bright blue eyes. Sometimes, they may also have eye deformities.

The Merle pattern is responsible for pigment removal in the same way as the pied/piebald patterns, so Merle dogs who are also pied-carriers should not be bred with other Pied French Bulldogs.

Can you see the difference? It’s not all about black and white. The health of your blue Merle French Bulldog puppy is directly affected by the knowledge of its breeder.

Why is it so controversial to breed merle French Bulldogs?

As we mentioned above, two merle dogs breeding can lead to genetic abnormalities. However, there is another reason why the French Bulldog breed’s merle gene may be problematic. The Merle gene may not be expressed in cream-colored French Bulldogs. This condition is known as a “ghost-merle” or “cryptic Merle”.

Ghost Merle is a French Bulldog that looks like a standard French Bulldog but has a yellow/cream hair. This is secretly a Frenchie merle Frenchie. Inadvertently producing two merles can be caused by accidentally breeding a Merle French Bulldog with a cream/fawn Frenchie.

If you buy your puppy from a responsible breeder who understands color genetics, and performs genetic testing/color testing on French Bulldogs before mating, this shouldn’t be a problem.

Blue Merle French Bulldogs are Purebred?

All Blue merle French Bulldogs and all other merle French Bulldogs can be 100% Bulldogs by DNA. Why is it that so many people are questioning the bloodlines of Merle French Bulldogs. We’ll explain.

It is unclear where or when the merle pattern originated.

Let’s assume that a blue Merle French Bulldog introduction occurred. How did the coat color change?

Introduced coat colors occur when a different breed (in this instance, a chihuahua), is added to the genetic pool.

Once the new gene has been introduced, it is bred back into Bulldogs. It finally becomes a 100% French Bulldog after many generations of breeding it back. It was probably introduced quite some time ago, long before the French Bulldog breed gained momentum.

Yes, it is possible that a different breed of dog was crossed at one time or another. But guess what? This applies not only to all breeds of dog, but to all colors of the coat.

A mix of an English Bulldog and a Rat Terrier created the first French Bulldog around 150 years ago. The first few years of the breed’s existence, the French Bulldog’s only color was the black brindle French Bulldog.

Every bulldog breed’s coat color is a result “mixing and matching”. Merle is the latest and most controversial.

Is the AKC accepting blue Merle French Bulldogs?

No. The Bulldog breed standard was established over 100 years ago. It only accepts black brindle and cream, fawn and pied as acceptable colors.

Exotic colors are immediately disqualified as they are non-standard. Exotic colored French Bulldogs are looked down upon by AKC breeders and AKC competitors. They are considered un-pure, unacceptable, and a source of concern for AKC show participants.

Guess what? They are amazing, we think. They are French Bulldogs. They are sweet, cuddly, healthy and happy.

How to care for a Blue Merle French Bulldog.

Like all bulldogs, blue merle French Bulldogs require special attention and care. You need to think about quality food, exercise, and proper grooming.

  • Blue Merle French Bulldog Diet

The BARF diet is a raw diet. It will make your merle French Bulldog happy and will prevent skin allergies that are common in this breed.

We recommend the following top foods for Blue Merle French Bulldogs:

  • Blue Merle French Bulldog Grooming

How do French Bulldogs get groomed? There is nothing too complicated, but it does require some ear cleaning, brushing, nose moisturizing, and wiping. Below are the top products.

French Bulldog Grooming & Care 101

  • Blue Merle French Bulldog health concerns

As mentioned, the dog won’t have any additional health problems from being a Merle. However, the French Bulldog breed can be susceptible to health issues. One of these is IVDD.

Have you ever heard of IVDD before? Learn more about IVDD and how you can prevent it.

Are you curious about health issues related to French  Bulldogs? Find out more.

Are there any other Merle French Bulldog colors?

The most eye-catching and popular merle color is the blue merle French Bulldog, but you might have come across other cute combinations.

Bold This We have too many to list them all but we will share some of our favorites.

Blue Fawn Merle French Bulldog

A blue-fawn French Bulldog has ever been seen. That, plus the pigment removal caused due to the merle gene. Here you have it: a French Bulldog blue fawn Merle.

Isabella “True Lilac” Merle French Bulldog

Isabella is one the newest colors of the French Bulldog breed. This is a new color of lilac, also known as “true Lilac”. An Isabella bulldog is similar to a lilac French Bulldog. It’s a product of blue and chocolate genetics. This shade, however, is more champagne-colored than the regular lilac.

There is also the Isabella Merle, which can be found on the right. This is the most rare and expensive color in the French Bulldog Breed. The price ranges from $15,000 to $50,000.

Chocolate Merle French Bulldog

A chocolate French Bulldog, also known as a French Bulldog, is a French Bulldog with dark brown coloring and light brown/green eyes. It has bb DNA. Clara is a chocolate Merle Frenchie pup.

Pied Merle French Bulldog

Pied, also known as Piebald, is a gene responsible for pigment removal. It is similar to the merle gene. Below is a Blue Pied Merle puppy with blue eyes.

Black Merle French Bulldog

Black Merle French Bulldogs, also known as Black Merle French Bulldogs, are black-coated dogs that have missing pigment. They are often light gray or light brown. They may or not have blue eyes depending on their genetics.

Last Thoughts

What is the verdict? Do you want to buy a blue Merle French Bulldog or not? You can’t buy a blue Merle French Bulldog.

Exotic French Bulldog colors may not be “true French Bulldogs” because breed standards rules consider them unacceptable. If so, you can get a pied Frenchie, cream, brine, brine, or brine. They are all adorable, love unconditionally, and are amazing.

If you are interested in exotic colors, research your breeder to ensure that they place French Bulldog health, temperament and features above all else.

Coat color is not a factor in health as long as there’s enough genetic diversity.

The care and conditions of our dogs are paramount to us. We take pride in raising healthy, happy, quality bred puppies. This is why we offer a lifetime health guarantee. Our Available puppies are introduced to a doggy door to start potty training when they begin walking. They are up to date on all vaccinations and dewormings! Your new addition will also come with their own microchip. luxuriousfrenchbulldogsonline will help you find your perfect four-legged family addition or friend. We provide support and guidance you might not find elsewhere.

Temperament of Merle French Bulldogs 

Super Cute, Super Sweet, Hand-Raised with small children, babies and toddlers. Includes: Dreamy Puppy Kit. Lifetime Breeder Support. AKC Microchip. DeWormed. Vaccines updated. Health guarantee. Vet certificate.Merle Frenchie

This is the dearest French Bulldog puppy that you will ever meet! She is a sweet little girl who is raised with children. This baby loves to cuddle, appreciates belly rubs and will get so excited about playtime in the yard. This girl is AKC registered, vet checked, vaccinated, wormed and comes with a 1 year genetic health guarantee. Meet DIAMOND! She is the true friend you’ve been looking for. She can’t wait to be cuddled in your arms for naps or playing with you outside on those bright, sunny days. You can rely on Diamond to put a smile on your face every morning when you wake up next to her. Act quick before you miss out on this little girl. :Her parents are Missy & Flash. This puppy will surely be your best friend for life….so what are you waiting for?!?! Call about her today!Merle Frenchie

Merle Frenchie

 Pup’s Name:Diamond

Breed: French Bulldog

Color:  blue Merle 

Puppy Sex: male

Puppy AVAILABLE 

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