Fluffy French Bulldog puppies for sale

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Here at Silverblood Frenchies we strive for excellence and are one of the top rated Fluffy French bulldog breeders in the state of Florida. Fluffy Isabella and tan french bulldogs are the most rare and exotic looking frenchies you can find in the world.

If you are in search of a high quality, superior, champion bred AKC registered Fluffy French bulldog puppy from a trusted and highly reputable breeder, then you've landed on the right webpage. Please feel free to explore our website thoroughly to find out more about this amazing and majestic breed of dog we have come to love and admire. We have very useful information scattered about our website to give you a better understanding of what it is to own a Fluffy french bulldog and how to care for a brand new puppy in training.

About the Fluffy French Bulldog (DNA)

Fluffy frenchie Stud

Fluffy frenchies

Blue Fluffy frenchies

Merle Fluffy frenchies

 

Updated: December 02, 2021

Long coats in canines are a recessive trait which means the DNA instructions for long coats are easily masked by competing DNA instructions for short coats. The gene for long hair in the French Bulldog breed is called the c.559-560dupGG gene but to make things easier it’s usually simply called the L4 gene, while in the frenchie world it's refered to as the "fluffy gene" hence fluffy french bulldogs.

Long haired French Bulldogs carry two copies (one from each parent) of a recessive long hair gene or "fluffy gene" called L4. Sometimes long haired frenchies with DNA for long hair as L1. While L4 is the standard long hair gene typically associated with the french bulldog breed, L1 usually means that the gene has originated form a different breed. Nevertheless, they will have medium length wavy hair over their ears, head, back and chest, which gives them a fluffy appearance. Regardless of this, they can still be purebred French Bulldogs.

See picture below (long haired french bulldog from the 1900s)

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Long haired Frenchies AKA Fluffy Frenchies

 

Updated: September 16, 2021

Yes, long haired "fluffy" French Bulldogs can be purebred. Although registerable by all main french bulldog registries including AKC, they are not recognized with that trait by the official breed standard, so they can’t be entered to compete at AKC dog shows. Many are unaware that recessive traits like the L4 gene can actually go unnoticed for generations without manifestation. Only if breeders selectively breed in favor of a recessive gene, it remains in a population in relatively low numbers. The odds are very low that two L4 carriers mating without the breeder's knowledge. If that were to happen by chance, even then, the odds of a puppy in the litter turning out fluffy is only 25%.

Pictured below is our beautiful visual full fluffy french bulldog female (L4L4) "Blues Clues". All of her puppies will carry the long hair gene and will be "fluffy carriers" plus 50% of her offspring has the chance of getting the "isabella" or testable chocolate (brown) gene (bb). She will be producing isabella and tan fluffies in the very near future!

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What can produce a Fluffy French Bulldog based on DNA test results?

Updated: October 21, 2022

Yes, long haired "fluffy" French Bulldogs can be purebred. Although registerable by all main french bulldog registries including AKC, they are not recognized with that trait by the official breed standard, so they can’t be entered to compete at AKC dog shows. Many are unaware that recessive traits like the L4 gene can actually go unnoticed for generations without manifestation. Only if breeders selectively breed in favor of a recessive gene, it remains in a population in relatively low numbers. The odds are very low that two L4 carriers mating without the breeder's knowledge. If that were to happen by chance, even then, the odds of a puppy in the litter turning out fluffy is only 25%.

Pictured below is our beautiful visual full fluffy french bulldog female (L4L4) "Blues Clues". All of her puppies will carry the long hair gene and will be "fluffy carriers" plus 50% of her offspring has the chance of getting the "isabella" or testable chocolate (brown) gene (bb). She will be producing isabella and tan fluffies in the very near future!