Fad Colors French Bulldog

Fad Colors French Bulldog

Fad Colors French Bulldog

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A fad color is a coat color disqualified by the FBDCA/AKC French Bulldog Breed Standard. These colors are also often referred to as rare colors. Those who intentionally breed disqualification (DQ) colors in French Bulldogs are motivated only to make money.
As described in the official ANKC (Australian National Kennel Council) Breed Standard for the French Bulldog, there are three accepted colours in the French Bulldog breed. Below is the colour description as that appears in the Breed Standard. Brindle, pied or fawn. Tan, mouse and grey/blue highly undesirable.
Excerpt from-FRENCH BULLDOG BREED COLUMN: AKC Gazette Sept.. . A fad color is a coat color disqualified by the FBDCA/AKC French Bulldog Breed .
Bad French Bulldog breeder Warning Signs Pt 1 – why to avoid rare or fad French Bulldog colors like blue, chocolate, merle, black and tan. No fad colors!
The breed standard for the French bulldog states ACCEPTABLE colors for. people calling blues and chocolates fad colors, undesirable, or disqualifying colors.
By pushing these colors as 'rare', Fad Color breeders are attempting to inflate their. The gene for Merle patterning is not found in purebred French Bulldogs.

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