Everyone loves a fawn French Bulldog! They are such a classic beautiful color coming in so many shades. We will discuss how you get a fawn Frenchie geneticially.
The A loucs is quite crowded when it comes to the amount of colors your Frenchie can display. When you think of the A Locus think solid (a), fawn (Ay), Sable (Aw), and tri color (At). Fawn and sable are very similar and are dominant over solid and tri-color genes. Tri-color is dominant over solid. In order to be fawn or sable the Frenchie must just inherit one copy of the fawn or sable gene. Both genetics Ay/a and Ay/Ay will express the fawn coloring.
Fawn French Bulldog Female Winnie
Fawn Frenchies can also be pied. They will inherit two copies of the pied gene on the S locus.
This girl only has a small amount of fawn expressed.
Fawn merle Frenchies are beautiful as well. In order to be a fawn merle the Frenchie must have received one allele from one parent on the M Locus.
Look at this handsome Fawn Merle Frenchie Fitz!
Frenchies come in blue fawn and lilac fawn as well. Read more about these colors here!