Cream is an off white, eggshell color.
White in this context means pure white.
Fawn is anything from a light tan to a caramel, to a dark reddish (often called red fawn).
Brindle is considered a marking, not a color. It looks anything from some sparse dark striping, to almost solid black.
When a French Bulldog is said to have a blue coat, blue covers the entire body. This color is caused by Color Dilution Alopecia, a genetic disorder found in some Frenchies.
The coat of the blue sable French Bulldog is fawn with blue-tipped strings of hair mixed throughout the coat.
Sable French Bulldogs have a coat that’s mostly fawn with black strings of hair usually on the front of the dog.
The coat of the chocolate brindle French Bulldog is a mixture of chocolate brown with light milky-looking color. Chocolate brindle Frenchies usually have nails and noses that are some shade of brown. These Frenchies often have light blue eyes.
The pure black Frenchie, which have been disqualified from Frenchie competitions, has a solid black coat with no brindle.
Fawn with blue nose
Blue Pied with white
As per the name it is a black and tang color
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