Who doesn’t love the lilac fawn French Bulldogs? They are just beautiful with the champagne coloring and light blue eyes!

But just how do you genetically get a Lilac Fawn Frenchie? For those of you who are just here for the cute Frenchie pics just scroll down!

Loci involved: K, A, B, & D

So the lilac coloring comes from a combination of the genes on the D-locus (blue gene) and the B-locus (chocolate gene). These genes are both recessive meaning they have to inherit two copies of the blue and chocolate gene to be lilac (d/d b/b). This gives the light grey color if they have also inherited the solid black or tricolor on the A-locus. If they receive one or more copies of the Kbr gene on the K-locus they will have brindling as well.

So how do you get lilac fawn then? They must have inherited the fawn or gene on the A locus, no Kbr brindling gene, and two copies of the blue gene and chocolate gene. Here’s an example of what your beautiful lilac fawn’s genes look like: ddbbayay kyky

Here’s one of our pretty momma’s Ivory!

Aww!!! Check out our sweet Bonnie!

They can even have a bit more white markings as well!

Oh and they can be piebald too!

Our Previous Lilac Fawn French Bulldog Babies!

Be prepared to fall in love with these cuties!

Check out this handsome little guy!

Ella is quite the little princess!