The Fawn French bulldog gets its name from the color of a baby deer, or fawns. In most cases it's on the lightish side, but may range anywhere from a true pale to deer-red.
The Fawn French Bulldog puppy, an affordable luxury
The Fawn French Bulldog is fully certified as a standard for this breed by the American Kennel Club. Fawn Frenchies make a strong presence among variously colored peers, accounting for more that half of the total (when taken together with the brindles). Thus a dog lover looking for a Fawn French Bulldog puppy may reasonably expect to meet a price tag along the median line for the Frenchies.
Most Fawn Frenchies share a short-haired coat with minimal grooming needed, reducing maintenance costs.
The Fawns with a twist
One of the rare varieties of the Fawn French Bulldog is Blue Fawn. This is still a Fawn French Bulldog puppy in United States all right, but a step further for some dissenting, extra demanding customers, with a mask of blue fur around the muzzle, eyes, and ears.
Blue Fawn Frenchies are very sought after and difficult to procure.
People with hearts set on owning a Fawn French Bulldog in United States with this added twist are willing to pay more to secure one, thus enabling breeders to command high prices.
If a Fawn Merle French Bulldog has blue eyes it tends to be more expensive as well.
Most Fawn French Bulldogs develop brown eyes but the Fawn Merle line may have pale blue or green eyes.
The Fawn Frenchies — how do they compare with other shades?
Оne would have to dig deep to discover any behavioural specifics the beautiful Fawn Frenchie may have compared to differently colored peers.
Frenchies thrive on human contact. They get along well with everyone, children as well.
Socialization is a must for this breed, but this is an enjoyable task with your French Bulldog pup.
Humorous but mischievous, the French Bulldog needs an owner who is consistent and patient with all the delightful antics.
Fawn French Bulldogs do very well in small dwellings. A 15-minute walk or two a day should keep them fit.
If you work from home, the Frenchie is happy to lie at your feet all day long or follow you around. Easy to train, they can be stubborn. Be firm and patient and it will pay off very soon.
Though guarding and protecting is not their stand out trait, the Frenchies are still eager to show their doggie side when needed.
French Bulldogs make excellent watchdogs and will alert the family to approaching strangers. They will never bark without a good reason. They are ever protective of their home and family members.
The Fawn Frenchies, a joy to watch and own
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