Lavander and fawn french bulldog
The definition of a lilac fawn French bulldog has eluded me.
How do you define a French bulldog that is the color Lilac? The coat of Isabella, a lilac French bulldog, is noticeably lilac in color. The same dilution gene that causes blue hair also causes this condition. You could call the color of this coat pale greyish-brown, which is the best description we have.
Can you tell me how uncommon lilac fawn French Bulldogs are?
Yes! Along with blue, blue fawn, merle, and platinum, lilac French Bulldogs are among the most unusual.
When and where can you find a French bulldog with a lilac fawn coat?
Thus, the lilac pigmentation results from a combination of D-locus (blue gene) and B-locus (red gene) genes (chocolate gene). To be lilac (d/d b/b), a person must inherit two copies of the recessive blue and chocolate genes.