Tan Points Varieties
Learn More About the Tan Points Varieties of French Bulldogs
Tan Points– Varieties of
Blue and tan french bulldogs, lilac and tan french bulldogs, black and tan french bulldogs, chocolate and tan french bulldogs. There are man different shades and colors that can have tan points. The tan points can be bold, or they can be muted, small or large, mask or no mask. Genetics and DNA factors determine the look. Below will be some examples of puppies we have produced with explanation of colors.
Pictured above is a blue and tan french bulldog puppy. Note this one has a mask.
Pictured above is a lilac and tan french bulldog puppy. This is an example of a puppy who is massless, you can see how the tan shows on the face more, this is due to the mask not covering it up.
Pictured above is a Black and tan french bulldog puppy who is maskless.
Pictured above is a chocolate and tan french bulldog puppy who has a mask. The chocolate will keep a light colored eye shade.
Pictured above is an example of maskless on a lilac and tan.
Above showing a lilac and tan with a mask.
More About Our Adult Bulldogs
As a reputable breeder of French Bulldogs, we offer every pup in our program comfortable living conditions and thoroughly check them for genetic defects. Our well-maintained indoor facility meets the standards of the AKC and Georgia and is climate-controlled for the comfort of our Frenchies. Once the adults have completed our breeding program, we ensure that they find loving owners to enjoy the next stage of their lives.
To learn more about our available Frenchies or obtaining an adult breeding female that’s completed our program, contact Lindor French Bulldogs by calling us or filling out our online form.
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