Merle French Bulldog: Complete Guide

Merle French Bulldog

If you’ve been following the world of rare and unique Frenchies, you may have heard of the Merle French Bulldog. These adorable Frenchies come with a Merle patterned coat and piercing blue eyes. They sit perfectly on your lap and are friendly, loving, and extremely loyal.

But, are they the best canine companion for your family? What is the French Bulldog lifespan and are Merle Frenchies affordable?

In this comprehensive guide, we’ll discuss the controversy behind the Merle French Bulldogs and find out whether they’re the right dog for you. Let’s first start with a breed overview of the Merle Frenchie.

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Merle French Bulldog: Breed overview 

Merle French Bulldog
Other NamesMerle Frenchie, Merle Bulldog Frances, French Bulldog Merle
Purity Purebred
PurposeCompanion
AKC RecognitionNo
SizeToy
Weight20-28 pounds
Height11-13 inches
ColorsBlue, fawn, lilac, tan, chocolate, cream, Isabella, red, brown, grey, black, champagne, lavender, silver, brindle
Child friendlinessVery high
Canine friendlinessHigh
Training difficultyLow
Grooming upkeepHigh
Exercise needsLow
HealthPoor
Lifespan10-12 years
Puppy cost$6,000-$12,000
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Do French Bulldogs come in Merle?

French Bulldog Tri Merle
Tri color Merle French Bulldog

Yes, French Bulldogs do come in Merle. A Merle French Bulldog is like a regular Frenchie with the Merle gene. The Merle gene in French Bulldogs results in a striking coat color, and Merle French Bulldogs carry beautiful patterns of diluted blue or red on their body.

What is a Merle French Bulldog? 

French Bulldog Merle Pied
Pied Merle Frenchie

The Merle-colored French Bulldog has the merle gene that causes random dilutions or dapples of the base color on the coat. The base color is usually blue or chocolate. The French Merle Bulldog is also called a Dapple French Bulldog/Dapple Frenchie.

Are Merle Frenchies rare?

Yes, the Merle color French Bulldog is a highly revered and rare Frenchie.

Are Merle French Bulldogs purebred? 

The Merle Blue French Bulldog purity is a subject of controversy. Many breeders claim they’re purebred, while many others disagree. 

Merle French Bulldog physical appearance 

There are several types of Merle French Bulldogs, but most have a straight, short coat with random dilution.

The Merle Color Frenchie has the same short body, punched face, large bat-like ears, and long tail as any other French Bulldog.

French Bulldog Merle colors, markings, or patterns 

You can find different types of Merle French Bulldogs based on their colors, patterns, and markings. 

For instance, there are Merle with tan points French Bulldogs in which they have tan points on the face, chest, and legs. The Merle coloration can be any color but it is often blue or chocolate. 

Let’s go over some of the most popular Merle French Bulldog colors next. 

Blue Merle French Bulldog 

The Blue Merle Frenchie is a very popular canine. A Blue Merle French Bulldog has blots of blue or grey all over his body.

Double Merle blue Merle French Bulldog

A double Merle Blue Merle French Bulldogs’ parents are both merles. They have a very light coat, but this can harm the puppy’s health.

Blue Merle with tan points French Bulldog 

This Merle French Bulldog has a blue coat with tan points on the face, chest, and legs.

Blue fawn Merle French Bulldog

The Blue Merle Fawn French Bulldog has a fawn coat with blue or grey spots

Blue and tan Merle French Bulldog

The Blue Merle And Tan French Bulldog has a blue merle coat with tan spots. 

Blue tri Merle French Bulldog

The Blue Merle tri French Bulldog has a blue merle coat with tan points and white markings. 

Blue brindle Merle French Bulldog 

A blue brindle Merle French Bulldog has a dappled coat with blue tiger-like stripes.

Blue lilac Merle French Bulldog

The Blue Lilac Merle Frenchie has blue patches that fade into a light fawn base color.

Blue pied Merle French Bulldog

The Blue Merle Pied French Bulldog has a blue coat with white spots. The spots can vary in size and shape.

Blue chocolate Merle French Bulldog 

A blue chocolate Merle French Bulldog usually has a blue coat with chocolate spots. 

Blue cream Merle French Bulldog 

Cream Blue Merle Frenchies have blue patches that dilute into a cream base color instead of white.

Blue Merle Isabella French Bulldog 

Isabella is another name for lilac merle.

Blue Merle zebra French Bulldog 

A Blue Brindle Merle Frenchie is sometimes called a zebra merle. 

Blue sable Merle French Bulldog 

The blue sable Merle French Bulldog has a fawn coat with blue-tipped hair. 

Blue Trindle Merle French Bulldog 

The blue Merle Trindle French Bulldog has a tricolor coat with subtle brindle markings.

Lilac Merle French Bulldog 

The Lilac Merle Frenchie has a diluted chocolate merle coat with brown spots. The Merle Lilac Frenchie is also called Isabella.

Lilac tri Merle French Bulldog

The Tri Lilac Merle French Bulldog has tan points with brown markings.

Lilac fawn Merle French Bulldog

The lilac fawn Merle French Bulldog has lilac spots on a fawn base. These spots are spread evenly over the body and may be of any size or shape.

Lilac and tan Merle French Bulldog

The Lilac Tan Merle French Bulldog has a lilac merle coat with tan spots. The spots are usually on the face, chest, and legs of the Merle Lilac And Tan French Bulldog.

Lilac Isabella Merle French Bulldog 

Lilac and Isabella are two names of the same color.

Lilac platinum Merle French Bulldog 

The Platinum Lilac Merle French Bulldog has lilac spots on a cream-to-white coat.

Read also: Platinum French Bulldog (Complete Guide)

Lilac Chocolate Merle French Bulldog 

The lilac Chocolate Merle French Bulldog’s coat is lilac merle with chocolate or brown spots.

Lilac Brindle Merle French Bulldog 

The lilac Brindle Merle French Bulldog has a lilac coat with brindle markings. The markings can be anywhere on the body.

Lilac pied Merle French Bulldog 

The Lilac Merle Pied French Bulldog has a lilac merle coat with white spots. 

Double Merle lilac Merle French Bulldog

The double Merle lilac Merle French Bulldog is mostly white or cream with few lilac spots. Double Merle Frenchies have poorer health.

Blue Merle lilac French Bulldog 

The blue Merle lilac French Bulldog has a lilac Merle coat with faded blue spots.

Chocolate Merle French Bulldog 

The Cocoa Merle French Bulldog or the Merle Chocolate French Bulldog has a faded brown or chocolate coat on a light fawn or cream base.

Chocolate tri Merle French Bulldog

The Chocolate tri Merle French Bulldog has a tricolor coat of chocolate, tan, and cream.

Chocolate and tan Merle French Bulldog

The Chocolate tan Merle French Bulldog has a chocolate Merle with tan patches on certain body parts. 

Chocolate fawn Merle French Bulldog 

The Chocolate fawn Merle French Bulldog has a chocolate Merle coat with fawn spots.

Chocolate blue Merle French Bulldog 

The Chocolate blue Merle French Bulldog has a chocolate Merle coat with blue spots.

Chocolate brindle Merle French Bulldog 

This pup has a chocolate Merle coat with dark brown brindle lines.

Chocolate lilac Merle French Bulldog 

This Frenchie has a lilac coat with chocolate brown spots.

Fawn Merle French Bulldog 

The Fawn Merle Frenchie has a fawn base coat with blue or brown spots.

Fawn pied Merle French Bulldog 

This Frenchie has white spots on his fawn Merle coat.

Sable Merle French Bulldog 

Sable Merles have blue or chocolate Merle coats with dark tips.

You may be interested in: Sable French Bulldog (Complete Guide)

Black Merle French Bulldog 

The Black Merle Frenchie has a blue/grey coat with black spots.

Black and tan Merle French Bulldog 

The Black tan Merle French Bulldog is black Merle with tan points.

Black and white Merle French Bulldog

This Frenchie has a white base coat with black and grey spots.

Black tri Merle French bulldog

The Black Tri Merle Frenchie has black Merle and tan spots on a white or grey base.

Black and grey Merle French Bulldog 

These pups have faded black patches on a grey base coat.

Black brindle Merle French Bulldog 

These Frenchies have black tiger stripes on a Merle coat.

Black Trindle Merle French Bulldog 

These Frenchies have a black tricolor coat with subtle brindle stripes.

Black Merle pied French bulldog 

These pups have random white patches on their body.

Isabella Merle French Bulldog 

The Merle Isabella French Bulldog is another name for the lilac Merle Frenchie.

Isabella lilac Merle French Bulldog 

Both Isabella and lilac mean the same thing. 

Isabella and tan Merle French Bulldog 

The Isabella and tan Merle Frenchie has a greyish brown Merle coat with tan markings.

Red Merle French Bulldog

Red Merles and chocolate Merles are the same kinds of Frenchie.

Red fawn Merle French Bulldog 

Red fawn merles have a fawn base with red/chocolate Merle patches.

Double Merle French Bulldog 

A double Merle Frenchie is mostly white or cream with few blue or red patches. These pups are genetically predisposed to deafness and blindness.

Tan Merle French Bulldog 

A Merle Tan French Bulldog has tan points on a blue or red Merle coat.

Tri Merle French Bulldog 

The Tri-Color Merle Frenchie has three colors on his body; one of them is usually tan.

Brown Merle French Bulldog

The French Bulldog Brown Merle is the same as red or chocolate merle.

Cream Merle French Bulldog 

The Merle Cream French Bulldog has a red or blue Merle coat with a cream base.

Harlequin Merle French Bulldog

Have you ever wondered, “What is a Harlequin Merle French Bulldog?” These Frenchies are simple black and white Merle Frenchies.

White Merle French Bulldog 

The White And Merle French Bulldog has a predominantly white coat with blue, black, red, or lilac patches.

RELATED: White French Bulldog (Complete Guide)

Platinum Merle French Bulldog 

Platinum Merle Frenchies have a cream base coat with lilac patches.

Grey Merle French Bulldog 

The Gray Merle French Bulldog has a grey base color with blue or black merle patches.

Cryptic Merle French Bulldog

Cryptic merles are genetically Merle Frenchies who appear non-Merle.

Ghost Merle French Bulldog

This is a cream or Fawn Frenchie who is secretly Merle.

Exotic Merle French Bulldog 

Unique and rare Merle Frenchies are usually called exotic merles.

Merle Piebald French Bulldog 

This is a Merle Frenchie with unpigmented or white spots on his body.

Marble Colored French Bulldog

Merle resembles a marbled pattern, so these Frenchies are also called marble-colored.

Champagne Merle French Bulldog 

A fawn Frenchie with the blue Merle gene is called a champagne merle.

Lavender Merle French Bulldog

Lavender merle Frenchies have purple-grey patches on a fawn coat.

Silver Merle French Bulldog 

Silver Merle is another name for a light blue Merle.

Phantom Merle French Bulldog 

Phantom or cryptic Merle Frenchies have little or no Merle markings, making them seem like regular Frenchies.

Pied Merle French Bulldog 

The Merle Pied French Bulldog has a red or blue Merle coat with white patches.

Brindle Merle French Bulldog

The Brindle Merle Frenchie has a blue or red Merle coat with blue or chocolate tiger-like stripes.

Brindle vs Merle French Bulldog 

The main difference between Brindle and Merle French Bulldog is that brindle Frenchies have dark vertical stripes while Merle Frenchies have patches of diluted color.

Fluffy Merle French Bulldog

The Long-Haired Merle French Bulldog is also called the Fluffy Merle Frenchie due to his furry appearance.

Merle French Bulldog with blue eyes

Almost every Merle Frenchie is a blue-eyed Merle French Bulldog. Few have brown eyes, whereas sometimes, you’ll see a Merle French Bulldog with one blue eye.

Merle French Bulldog size, height, and weight 

Merle Frenchies have no gender-based size difference. That means a Merle girl French Bulldog is as big as a Merle boy French Bulldog. 

Merle French Bulldog MaleMerle French Bulldog Female
Size GroupToyToy
Weight20-28 pounds20-28 pounds
Height11-13 inches11-13 inches
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Merle French Bulldog full grown 

The adult Merle French Bulldog is a petite canine, and even a full-grown Blue Merle French Bulldog is a tiny pooch.

Here’s a table showing French Bulldog Merle adult size.

Full Grown Merle French Bulldog

MaleFemale
Size GroupToyToy
Weight20-28 pounds20-28 pounds
Height11-13 inches11-13 inches
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Mini Merle French Bulldog

The Blue Merle mini French Bulldog is a tad smaller than a regular Frenchie. Here’s how big they get.

Mini French Bulldog Merle

MaleFemale
Size GroupToyToy
Weight14-22 pounds14-22 pounds
Height10-11 inches10-11 inches
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Teacup Merle French Bulldog 

These pups are extremely miniaturized versions of the Merle Frenchie. Teacup Merle French Bulldog adults grow 8 to 10 inches or even smaller.

Merle Teacup French Bulldog

MaleFemale
Size GroupTeacupTeacup
Weight9-14 pounds9-14 pounds
HeightUnder 10 inchesUnder 10 inches
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Micro Merle French Bulldog

Micro Merle is another name for the Teacup Merle Frenchie. These pups usually suffer from several health issues.

Are Merle French Bulldogs recognized by the AKC? 

So, does AKC recognize Merle French Bulldogs? And are Merle French Bulldogs AKC compliant?

The answer to both questions is no. People have tried getting the Merle French Bulldog AKC registration, but the club doesn’t currently recognize the coat type.

Can Merle French Bulldogs be AKC registered? 

No, the Merle French Bulldogs cannot be AKC registered. The AKC doesn’t currently allow the registration of Bulldog Frances Blue Merle.

Merle French Bulldog temperament and personality

Merle colored Frenchies are friendly, intelligent, and loving dogs. However, the Merle Frenchy is also stubborn and headstrong

Do Merle French Bulldogs make great family pets? 

Yes, the Merle-colored Frenchie makes great family pets as he’s good with children of all ages, pets, other animals.

The Merle Frenchie doesn’t bark a lot and loves company. The Merle pattern Bulldog is a lovely pet for a family of any size.

Merle French Bulldog training

Merle Frenchies are intelligent and can be easy to train if you’re consistent with them. They can be stubborn, so you need the right strategy to train your Frenchie Merle.

Merle French Bulldog exercise requirement

The Merle dog Frenchie doesn’t require a lot of exercises, but they do need some daily activity to stay healthy and happy. 

Merle French Bulldog living conditions

The Merle coat French Bulldog can thrive in a big or small household. The Merle pattern French Bulldog doesn’t like extremes weather conditions like too hot or too cold. So make sure he gets enough protection from the elements.

Merle French Bulldog grooming and cleaning 

Fortunately, French Bulldogs Merle have a short, easy-to-care-for coat.

You’ll want to brush their coat at least once or twice a week to control their moderate shedding. That’s because Merle Frenchies shed their undercoat at least twice a year. Brushing their coat also helps to distribute natural oil throughout their body. 

You’ll want to use a FURminator undercoat de-shedding brush to remove any loose hair without damaging your Merle French Bulldog’s skin or topcoat. 

Next, Merle French Bulldogs are prone to dental disease. Compared with other dog breeds, Frenchies are more likely to have teeth problems. That’s because French Bulldogs are brachycephalic dogs and they have shorter skulls and jaws. This means they are most susceptible to overcrowding of teeth in their small mouth. 

Therefore, our Merle Frenchies rely on us to help keep their teeth clean, healthy, and white. If we don’t brush their teeth daily or at least 2 to 3 times a week, they may start to have plaque and tartar build-up on their teeth and this can lead to tooth decay and poor gum health. 

All of the bad bacteria, tartar, and plaque can lead to gum infection and this could affect the root of their teeth.  

This is why you’ll want to use dog toothpaste that contains an enzymatic formula with a non-foaming agent. The enzymatic formula helps to break down plaque, remove tartar, whiten your dog’s teeth, and keep your dog’s gum healthy. The non-foaming agent ensures that the toothpaste is safe to swallow and that there’s no need to rinse. 

This is how often you’d have to groom them.

Grooming NeedFrequency
Hair BrushingWeekly.
BathingEvery 6 weeks or as needed.
Skinfold CleaningEvery two weeks with a damp cloth.
Ear CleaningEvery 4-6 weeks.
Tooth CleaningDaily.
HaircuttingNot needed.
Nail TrimmingEvery 4 weeks.
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Is Merle French Bulldog hypoallergenic?

No, Merle French Bulldog is not hypoallergenic. They are not considered hypoallergenic because Merle Frenchies shed moderately year-round. 

Merle French Bulldog food and diet

Merle French Bulldogs should get a high-quality diet appropriate for their age, size, and activity level. 

Merle French Bulldog common health issues 

French Bulldogs have poor health, but are Merle French Bulldogs unhealthy? Unfortunately, the answer is yes.

If you have a French Bulldog or other dog breeds and are curious to know what health problems they are most susceptible to, we highly recommend that you consult with your dog’s veterinarian or breeder.

Your dog’s breeder is a great choice because they should know the health issues your pup’s parents are prone to and thereby have a good idea of what health issues your precious pooch is susceptible to.

However, if none of these options are available, don’t fret. You could alternatively use a dog DNA test.

I’ve used the Embark dog DNA test on my two furry family members and was quite pleased with the results. I prefer the Embark dog DNA test because it provides both breed ID and health detection.

Within two weeks, the results came back and I was pleasantly amazed at how accurate the breed ID results were. It matched what my dogs’ breeder told me.

The health detection aspect was wonderful. The results informed me of what health issues my two pups are prone to which helps me take better care of them.

The most common Merle Bulldog health issues are:

1. Allergies

Merle French Bulldogs are prone to allergies that can cause your Merle French Bulldog problems like itching, redness, and hair loss.

RELATED: Dog Losing Hair Around Eyes? (9 Top Reasons + What To Do)

2. Eye Problems

Merle French Bulldogs are susceptible to eye problems like cataracts, glaucoma, and cherry eye.

Check Out: How To Soften Dog Eye Boogers?

3. Brachycephalic Syndrome 

All Merle French Bulldogs suffer from breathing problems because of their small and congested nasal paths.

4. Congenital Heart Disease

French Bulldogs are predisposed to congenital heart disease, causing exercise intolerance, coughing, and fatigue.

5. Deafness

Merle French Bulldogs are particularly vulnerable to deafness due to the Merle gene.

Merle French Bulldog lifespan 

For those wondering how long do Merle French Bulldogs live, the answer is 10 to 12 years. 

Want more information? Check out French Bulldog Lifespan to find out how long do Frenchies live.

How to get a Merle French Bulldog? 

​​You can buy Merle French Bulldog adults or puppies through the following resources.

Merle French Bulldog breeders 

When looking for a Merle French Bulldog breeder, find a reputable breeder that has experience breeding Merle French Bulldogs.

Can you breed 2 Merle French Bulldogs?

 “Can you breed two Merle French Bulldogs?” or “Can you breed Merle to Merle French Bulldog?”

Unfortunately, the answer is no. Breeding two Merle French Bulldog parents can result in health problems for the puppies. 

Can you breed a brindle to a Merle French Bulldog? 

You can breed a brindle French Bulldog to a Merle French Bulldog. This type of breeding can result in some interesting coat colors for the puppies. 

Can you breed a Merle to a brindle French Bulldog? 

If you’re wondering, “Can You Breed Merle To Brindle French Bulldog?” the answer is the same as above — yes, it’s perfectly ok to do so.

How to breed a Merle French Bulldog? 

People often ask breeders, “how do you make a Merle French Bulldog?”

These pups are easy to reproduce; all you need is one Merle Frenchie parent.

Unfortunately, many don’t know how to breed Merle French Bulldogs, and they often mate two Merles together. This leads to congenital issues in the puppies.

Merle French Bulldog puppy 

Blue Merle French Bulldog Puppy

Blue Merle French Bulldog Puppies can be light or dark grey, which gives a blue hue.

Chocolate Merle French Bulldog Puppy 

Chocolate French Bulldog Merle Puppies are diluted black but appear liver-brown.

French Bulldog Blue Merle Puppies

French Bulldog Puppies Blue Merle are among the most popular Frenchies.

French Bulldog Puppy Merle 

French Bulldog Puppies Merle have various colors of different rarity and price.

Lilac Merle French Bulldog Puppy 

Lilac Merle French Bulldog Puppies are sometimes sold as Isabella puppies to increase their value.

Merle French Bulldog price 

The average price of a Merle French Bulldog depends on his size, color, coat, and breeder.

Let’s read ahead to learn how much are Merle French Bulldogs worth.

How much is Merle French Bulldog?

The Merle French Bulldog price range is $6,000-$12,000.

How much is a Merle French Bulldog worth? 

French Merle Bulldog price is around $6,000 to $12,000. The cost of Merle French Bulldog varies with the coat type and color.

Blue Pied Merle French Bulldog price 

Pied Blue Merle Frenchie price starts from $6,000.

How much are Blue Merle French Bulldogs?

The price of Blue Merle French Bulldog is over $6,500.

How much do Blue Merle French Bulldogs cost?

The Blue Merle French Bulldog price is around $6,500.

Blue Fawn Merle French Bulldog price 

You’ll find the blue fawn Merle French Bulldog for sale price at around $6,500.

Harlequin Merle French Bulldog price 

The harlequin Frenchie Merle price is $6,000-$7,000.

How much is a Black Merle French Bulldog? 

The Black Merle French Bulldog price is around $6,000-$7,000.

Blue Tan Merle French Bulldog price

The blue tan French Bulldog Merle cost is around $6,000-$7,000. 

How much is a Chocolate Merle French Bulldog? 

The Chocolate Merle French Bulldog price is $6,500-$7,500.

How much is a Lilac Merle French Bulldog?

Lilac Merle French Bulldog cost around $6,000-$8,000.

How much is a Tri Merle French Bulldog? 

Merle Tri French Bulldog price ranges from $6,000 to $8,000.

Lilac and tan Merle French Bulldog price

Lilac Tan Merle French Bulldog price is around $6,500-$8,000.

Lilac tri Merle French Bulldog price 

The tri Merle Lilac French Bulldog price is $7,000-$8,000.

Lilac fawn Merle French Bulldog price 

Lilac fawn French Bulldog price Merle is around $6,000.

Merle female French Bulldog price 

Female Merle French Bulldog prices are around $6,000-$12,000 or more, depending on the color.

Platinum Merle French Bulldog price 

The Platinum Merle Frenchie cost is over $8,000.

Isabella Merle French Bulldog price 

Isabella Merle French Bulldogs price is $8,000-$10,000.

Fluffy Merle French Bulldog price

The fluffy French Bulldog Merle price is over $12,000. They’re the most expensive Frenchie variant, and even the Merle Fluffy Carrier French Bulldog price hovers around the $10,000 mark. 

Merle French Bulldog puppies for sale 

Following are some breeders where you’d find the French Bulldog puppies for sale, Merle.

Blue Merle French Bulldog puppies NYC

Ethical Frenchie (ethicalfrenchie.com) has the prettiest Blue Merle Bulldog puppies for sale in NYC.

Blue Merle French Bulldog puppy for sale 

Wild Blue French Bulldogs (wildbluefrenchbulldogs.com) is the best place to find Blue Merle French Bulldog puppies for sale.

French Bulldog Merle puppies for sale

Find lovely baby Merle Frenchies at TomKings Kennel (tomkingskennel.com).

Lilac Merle French Bulldog puppies for sale 

There are plenty of breeders online with lilac Merle-colored French Bulldog puppies for sale.

Simply look up “lilac Merle French Bulldog puppies for sale near me,” and you’ll find plenty of options.

Tri Merle French Bulldog puppies for sale

Top Dog French Bulldogs (topdogfrenchbulldogs.com) have Tri Merle Frenchie puppies for sale at reasonable prices.

Finding a healthy Merle French Bulldog for sale 

Many breeders produce striking coat variations of the Merle Frenchie. Here are some of them.

Black and tan Merle French Bulldog for sale

Find healthy tan and Black Merle French Bulldog for sale at French Bulldogs from Paradise (frenchbulldogsfromparadise.com).

Blue And Tan Merle French Bulldog for sale

Check out Blue and Tan French Bulldogs (blueandtanfrenchbulldogs.com) to find Blue and tan Merle Frenchies for sale.

Merle Blue French Bulldog for sale 

Silverblood Frenchies (blueandtanfrenchbulldogs.com) is the place to find Blue Merle Bulldog for sale.

Lilac Blue Merle French Bulldog for sale 

Simply look up “Lilac Blue Merle French Bulldog for sale near me” and you’ll find many breeders with Lilac Blue French Merle Bulldog for sale.

Blue Merle French Bulldog for sale UK 

Find the adorable Blue Merle Frenchie for sale at Deziner Bullz (dezinerbullz.co.uk).

Blue Merle French Bulldog Texas

Wild Blue French Bulldogs (wildbluefrenchbulldogs.com) has the loveliest Blue Merle French Bulldogs for sale.

Blue Pied Merle French Bulldog for sale 

You can find the blue Merle Pied French Bulldog for sale at Francoeur Frenchies (francoeurfrenchies.com).

Blue Tri Merle French Bulldog for sale 

Check out Exotic French Bulldogs (exoticfrenchbulldogs.com) to find the Merle Tri French Bulldog for sale.

Chocolate Merle French Bulldog for sale

Find chocolate male and female Merle French Bulldog for sale at the Frenchies Kingdom (frenchieskingdom.com). 

Harlequin French Bulldog for sale 

Visit French Bulldogs LA (frenchbulldogsla.com) to find exquisite Harlequin French Bulldogs Merle for sale. 

Isabella Merle French Bulldog for sale

TomKings Kennel (tomkingskennel.com) is the place to find a Merle male or Merle female French Bulldog for sale in this color.

Lilac Tan Merle French Bulldog for sale 

Check out TomKings Kennel (tomkingskennel.com) to find a lovely Lilac and tan Merle French Bulldog for sale. 

Merle Lilac French Bulldog for sale 

Exotic French Bulldogs (exoticfrenchbulldogs.com) have beautiful Lilac Merle French Bulldogs for sale.

Lilac Tri Merle French Bulldog for sale 

Find the Lilac Tri Merle Color French Bulldog for sale at Top Dog French Bulldogs (topdogfrenchbulldogs.com).

Merle French Bulldog for sale Arizona

PHX Frenchies (Facebook: PhxFrenchies1) is where you’d find exquisite French Bulldog Merle for sale.

Merle French Bulldog for sale California

French Bulldogs LA (frenchbulldogsla.com) has the finest blue, pied, harlequin, and lilac Merle French Bulldog for sale In California.

Merle French Bulldog for sale Colorado

In Colorado, the French Bulldog (thefrenchbulldog.com) has French Bulldog Blue Merle for sale.

Merle French Bulldog for sale Florida

French Bulldogs Of Florida (frenchbulldogsofflorida.com) is your best source to find a merle female or Merle male French Bulldog for sale.

Merle French Bulldog for sale Georgia

Unbelievable Bulldogs (unbelievablebulldogs.com) have the loveliest Frenchies in the state of Georgia.

Merle French Bulldog for sale Houston

Check out Supreme Frenchies (supremefrenchies.com) to find the Frenchie you desire.

Merle French Bulldog for sale London

Deziner Bullz (dezinerbullz.co.uk) has the French Bulldog for sale Merle in London.

Merle French Bulldog for sale Los Angeles

Find the beautiful Merle French Bulldog Puppy for sale at French Bulldogs LA (frenchbulldogsla.com).

Merle French Bulldog for sale New Jersey

Mythic Bulldogs (mythicbulldogs.com) have lovely Frenchie for sale in Merle.

Merle French Bulldog for sale Ohio

Find healthy pups at Hilltop Acre Frenchies (hilltopacrefrenchies.com). 

Merle French Bulldog for sale Texas

Wild Blue French Bulldogs (wildbluefrenchbulldogs.com) is where you’ll find French Bulldog puppies Merle for sale in Texas.

Merle Mini French Bulldog for sale

Francoeur Frenchies (francoeurfrenchies.com) have the cutest Mini Merle French Bulldog for sale.

Merle Tan French Bulldog for sale 

French Bulldogs Of Florida (frenchbulldogsofflorida.com) has a tan Merle French Bulldog sale on their website.

Platinum Merle French Bulldog for sale

You can find adorable Frenchie Merle for sale at Francoeur Frenchies (francoeurfrenchies.com).

Merle Fluffy French Bulldog for sale

The Frenchies Kingdom (frenchieskingdom.com) is where you’d find the fluffy Merle French Bulldog for sale.

Merle French Bulldog for sale Craigslist

While searching for “Merle French Bulldogs for sale near me,” you may find many Craigslist links, but we don’t recommend that website for buying any pet.

Merle French Bulldog: Pros and Cons 

Like all canine pets, the Merle Frenchie has its pros and cons.

ProsCons
Intelligent and affectionate lap dog.Not fit for active owners.
Excellent with young children.Doesn’t make a good playmate.
Beautiful and unique.Priciest color among French Bulldogs.
Easy to groom.Unhealthy, even more than a regular Frenchie.
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Is the Merle French Bulldog right for me?

Merle French Bulldogs are great for people looking for a small and cute canine companion. However, potential owners should know of the Merle French Bulldog’s health problems.

Related Questions

Why are Merle Frenchies bad?

The unethical breeding practitioners trying to profit off their demand give Merle Frenchies a bad name. The Merle Frenchie pup himself isn’t a bad dog at all.

How much is a Merle French Bulldog?

Merle French Bulldog typically costs anywhere between $6,000 to $12,000, depending on its coat color, size, and breeder. Please see above where we provide the price of Merle Frenchies depending on their various French Bulldog Merle coat colors.

Are Merle French Bulldogs unhealthy?

Although Merle coloring is associated with several congenital issues, this isn’t true for all Merle Frenchies. Most Merle French Bulldogs are just as healthy as any other Frenchie.

What makes a Merle French Bulldog?

The Merle Frenchie owes his coloration to the Merle gene, a semi-dominant gene he can inherit as long as one of his parents has it.

Are Merle French Bulldogs aggressive?

No, Merle French Bulldogs are not aggressive. Merle Frenchies are among the kindest and most affectionate pets.

What is the rarest color of French Bulldog?

Blue Merle, lilac Merle, and Isabella Merle are the most rarest and most expensive Frenchie colors.

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Resources:

https://www.biomedcentral.com/about/press-centre/science-press-releases/03-05-18

https://frenchbulldogclub.org/health/

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