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We are a part of SilverBlood Frenchies in South Florida. We proudly own and breed this amazing breed in sunny South Florida. We specialize in exotic and rare colors of french bulldogs. Some of those colors include chocolate, chocolate pied, chocolate brindle, chocolate fawn and hopefully soon we will have chocolate tri or chocolate and tan frenchies running around. We also breed blue french bulldogs and have blue french bulldog puppies for sale at times. We are also in our own mission to produce the elusive and extraordinary lilac french bulldog by combining our blue frenchies with our chocolate frenchies. The bloodlines that we use to produce our high quality puppies are some of the finest and most sought after bloodlines in the world. We have made the necessary sacrifice to bring in some of this fine blood in from outside of the US in efforts to have the best breeding stock possible and use quality dogs to establish our own SilverBlood Bloodline here in the USA. Our pups all are very well cared for by our entire family. Making sure they receive all the love an affection they require prior to being spoiled by their new permanent homes. All of our puppies come with a 1 year health guarantee and come with a puppy pack to guide you during the first few weeks of owning you new pup. We encourage our customers to keep in contact with us and share the progress of their new acquired puppy.



MOST RECENT NEWS: We are happy to anounce our new future chocolate stud here at SilverBlood Frenchies! Mr. Goodbar AKA GOODIE is a gorgeous solid chocolate brindle boy that is also a carrier of blue and WILL produce lilac puppies in the near future! He will be bred to at least one of our GR CH Chocomil daughters that are blue and carry choco, they are a perfect match and this will produce one of our greatest litters to date- stay tuned!

We are delighted to announce that we have added yet another key part of our breeding program to our yard of Frenchies! Sylvie (our new blue sable with black and tan points) is now with us and we can wait to include her in our breeding program. We have a great blue and tan breeding planned for her and a stunning black and tan (blue carrier) stud. We are super excited about this one as it should produce a litter of true bully frenchie pups, black and tans and blue and tans alike! More info on this breeding will be posted shortly stay tuned! :)

We also currently have 3 double factor (blue and chocolate carrier) females and our lilac french bulldog breeding program is underway! We should have lilac frenchie puppies very soon and we are very excited about the possibilities! :)

Check out our black and tan stud Gizmo in the males page. He has a great DNA (At/At, D/d) and can produce blue and tan french bulldog puppies in the near future! We are very excited to have him here with us.


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We also produce the finest Florida blue frenchies in the state. We use the finest known and available bloodlines from all over the world to produce the highest quality french bulldog puppies in the USA. Our chocolate and blue french bulldog bloodlines are predominantly Hungarian, Russian and American. Some of those quality bloodlines include: Blue Shark, Gold-Sierra, Unicum Buldy, Von Der Monarchia, SilverBlood, GleenLee, Iz Palevych Buldogov, Twin Lakes, Cox, Philip's Cooldog, Little Predator, Nagyerdoi Champion, Du Champagne, Sopianae Imperator, Super Bully, Tisza-parti Jopofa-Topa, De La Parure, ZZR, Von Bad-Bull, Szuretti Golden, Tuti-Bull, Bostondane, Lebulls, Smokey Valley and a few other select lines. Our frenchies are also heavily champion and grand champion bred and posses many great attributes and characteristics that are infused into our breeding program and ultimately into each and every one of our top notch blue frenchie puppies. SilverBlood Frenchies is a reputable and knowledgeable blue french bulldog breeder and it shows in the quality of our productions. Feel free to conatct us anytime! :)


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Davie, FL 33314


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Here at SilverBlood Frenchies we produce fine quality Blue French Bulldogs as well as Chocolate French Bulldogs and all other exotic color frenchies. Included in these rare and exotic type of french bulldogs are Lilac, Black and Tan, Blue and Tan or what is also referred to as blue tri french bulldogs. The stock of french bulldogs that we incorporate in our breeding program comes from very high quality Champion and Grand Champion bred blue and chocolate french bulldogs from around the world. Many of our frenchies and imported to ensure the standard and quality of our french bulldog puppies for sale. We want nothing more than to produce and provide a 100% healthy and robust little frenchie baby to our potential customers and future french bulldog adopters. We do screen our potential puppy buyers and on occasion do request veterinarian references to ensure the well being of our frenchies.

We are currently performing 2 black and tan, blue and tan breedings at this time with our blue pied, black and tan carrier female and our blue sable tri with tan points female also. They are gorgeous females with very bully features and characteristics which will add substance and quality to the puppies we produce. The color DNA on some of these pups will be (D/d, at/a, at/ay, ay/a or at/at). We are very excited to see these two frenchie litters. We also have added 2 double factored blue girls which carry chocolate. These two ladies will be used in our lilac program. In our quest to produce some of the first Lilac french bulldogs in the USA, we have done extensive phenotype and genotype research of our dogs DNA and ancestor pedigree to have the best chance possible in achieving the elusive Lilac coloration while maintaining the finest champion bloodlines and not sacrificing overall health in the process. This process can take time, however we understand the importance of putting their health and wellbeing of our puppies as our main priority. The Silverblood Bloodline is slowly establishing itself as one of the premier exotic color french bulldog bloodlines and we are striving to produce only high quality puppies, with optimal health and displaying excellent confirmation.


Exotic and Rare color chart for the French Bulldog breed

(ky/ky) This dog is solid in color, then the B locus will detrmine its base color such as blue, chocolate or even lilac.
(at/at) This dog will have tan point regardless of base color and may or may not have brindle in its tan points.
(Bb/dd) A dog that is Blue in color and carrier of both blue and chocolate. *Dual Carrier
(bb/Dd) A dog that is Chocolate in color and carrier of both blue and chocolate. *Dual Carrier
(Bb/Dd) A dog that may be any color other than blue or chocolate but carrier of both. *Dual Carrier
(ay) This refers to the gene responsible for fawn/sable dogs.
(bb/dd) This dog will be Lilac in color and carrier of both blue and chocolate, typically with self-colored nose leather and feet pads. Both parents must be double factored dogs in order to give a double dose of "b" and "d" to its offspring. *Dual Carrier
Genotype Refers to a genetic trait or value, or genes that are carried in the blood but are not physical or visible traits or characteristics.
Phenotype Referts to a physical, visable trait or characteristic. In this case refering to coat color.

The color "BLUE" may refer to a number of tones and shades by phenotype. A blue or mouse dog may be solid blue, blue brindle, blue fawn, blue pied or silver blue forms of dilute. They will ALL DNA test at (dd).

The color "CHOCOLATE" may refer to a number of tones and shades by phenotype. A chocolate or liver dog may be solid chocolate, chocolate brindle, chocolate fawn or chocolate pied. They will ALL DNA test at (bb).

This chart shows what results will look like when testing for the A Locus on your French Bulldog to determine if he/she can produce black and tan or blue and tan puppies when bred to the correct mate.

The dog carries two copies of the dominant aY allele for fawn/sable coat color. This dog will be sable in appearance and will always pass on a copy of (aY) for sable.
The dog has one copy of the aY allele for fawn/sable coat color, and one copy of the aw allele for the wolf sable phenotype. The aY allele is dominant over the aw allele.
The dog has one copy of the aY allele for fawn/sable coat color, and one copy of the at allele for the black-and-tan or tricolor phenotype. The aY allele is dominant over the at allele. This dog is able to produce black and tan puppies with a dog carrying (a) or (at).
The dog has one copy of the aY allele for fawn/sable coat color, and one copy of the a allele for the recessive black phenotype. The aY allele is dominant over the a allele. This dog is able to produce black and tan puppies with a dog carrying (at).
The dog carries two copies of the aw allele for wild sable coat color.
The dog has one copy of the aw allele for wild sable coat color, and one copy of the at allele for the black-and-tan or tricolor phenotype. The aw allele is dominant over the at allele.
The dog has one copy of the aw allele for wild sable coat color, and one copy of the a allele for the recessive black phenotype. The aw allele is dominant over the a allele.
The dog carries two copies of the at allele for tricolor or black-and-tan coat color and will always pass on a copy of (at) which is responsible for black and tan pups. This dog is able to produce black / blue and tan puppies with a dog carrying (at) and/or (a). If this dog also tests (d/d) then he/she would be blue and tan or blue tri in apperance.
The dog has one copy of the at allele for tricolor or black-and-tan coat color, and one copy of the a allele for the recessive black phenotype. The at allele is dominant over the a allele. This dog is able to produce black / blue and tan puppies with a dog carrying (at) and/or (a). If this dog also tests (d/d) then he/she would be blue and tan or blue tri in apperance.
The dog carries two copies of the a allele for recessive black coat color and will always pass on a copy of (a) which is responsible for rececive black. This dog will be entirely black with no brindling in appearance.










A Brief History

The French Bulldog is a relatively small, compact dog of bulldog type that developed from British bulldogs during the 1800’s. When bull baiting and other blood sports were banned in England in 1836, the bulldog would have met its demise except for a handful of fanciers determined to preserve its unique characteristics.
When the Industrial Revolution in England mechanized the lace making industry, displaced workers from the Nottingham area relocated to France where the factories were not yet mechanized. These lace makers took their miniature bulldogs with them.

First seen with the lace makers in France, French Bulldogs became popular in the late 1800’s in the red light district of Paris, where they were even sketched by Toulouse-Loutrec and painted by Degas. From there they became the darlings of the aristocracy and the elite: A Frenchie was the beloved pet of Princess Tatiana of Russia; King Edward VII of England owned one and one even went down on the R.M.S. Titanic.

While it is believed that small terriers and pugs were crossed with bully types to produce the earlier Frenchies there are no reliable records to prove if this is true. Wealthy Americans visiting France fell victim to the charm of the French Bulldogs and brought them to the U.S. which became instrumental in the development of the breed. The breed standard was clarified in the United States and certain breed characteristics, such as the “bat ear” were mandated. The first French Bulldog show in the U.S. was held in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City in 1898, securing the breed’s reputation as a high-society dog. While their true origin remains obscure, both the English and the French lay claim to being the source of the breed. The French Bulldog has been called “philosopher clown”, and some say they’re so ugly, they’re cute! Regardless, they certainly make excellent companion dogs, and reward those who share their lives with them. Just ask any Frenchie owner. For available Chocolate French Bulldog puppies click here.

What to Avoid When Looking for a Chocolate French Bulldog Puppy.

Avoid buying on impulse. Don’t fall for that Chocolate Frenchy puppy in the window of a pet shop. or the one advertised in the newspaper, or the ad for a puppy you find on-line. And don’t allow yourself to be swayed by a pet shop employee’s sales pitch or a great ad you see someplace. And don’t allow yourself to be swayed by thinking you are rescuing the dog by buying it. Go to a true rescue organization to rescue a dog and really help.

Avoid buying a puppy without first learning the parents AKC registered name and registration number and ask to see the pedigree. Be sure to ask the breeder what health testing they have done on the parents. If the person selling the puppy seems hesitant to open their home or kennel to you, or to answer your questions, look elsewhere. A well socialized puppy is one that had its upbringing in a loving and caring environment. And a well socialized puppy is one that will grow into a well socialized adult dog. If possible, you want to be able to spend time with the puppy in its home so you can see how it interacts with the other dogs and with you. Avoid dealing with anyone but a responsible breeder. You want to be sure that the puppy you are getting will fit into your lifestyle and a responsible breeder will know the personality and temperament of each of their puppies and can help you make the best selection. Avoid rushing into a decision. Take the time to research the breed you are interested in. Go to dog shows and see the dogs and meet their owners. Ask for referrals for breeders and talk with as many as you can. A reputable breeder cares very much about the home they place a puppy in and will take the time to discuss their dogs with you. Avoid getting breeders names from ads or newspapers. Avoid so-called “designer dogs”. The French Bulldog Club of America does not condone the deliberate cross breeding of French Bulldogs with other breeds of dogs. A lot of the qualities that make a breed so endearing can be lost when mixed with another breed.

Chocolate colored French Bulldog puppies are not for everybody. Since they are relatively rare, they are costly to purchase. French Bulldog breeders can be hard to find and often are protective of their dogs, so developing a relationship with a breeder is important. Speaking of relationships, French Bulldogs can have distinctive health requirements that may cause you
to develop a close relationship with your veterinarian. Many vets have never seen a Frenchie so locating one who understands that what may be seen as a health issue in any other breed is a normal characteristic for a Frenchie can be frustrating. That said, a Chocolate French Bulldog can be a very rewarding and enjoyable addition to your family. Those who live with them will tell you that they couldn’t live with any other breed. So if you’ve decided that a French Bulldog is the right dog for you, take the time to research the health issues you could encounter with this breed and be prepared to go the distance should you need to. And take the time to get to know the person you are buying your puppy from and learn about their breeding program.


Choosing a Chocolate French Bulldog Breeder
Finding a breeder to buy your Frenchie from can be difficult. Always try to make personal contact with a breeder either by phone or by attending a local dog show and introducing yourself. Responsible breeders are protective of their dogs and often question potential buyers extensively. These breeders want to be sure a potential owner understands the care a Frenchie requires before they entrust them with one of their dogs. Be patient. Take the time to do the research so you can speak in a knowledgeable manner about the breed. Don’t feel offended if the breeder asks you a lot of questions. You want to deal with someone who cares about their dogs and is concerned about the kind of home they are going to. Ask about the dog’s pedigree and the health of the parents and always ask about any health testing the breeder does. If they are doing health testing you can assume they are doing their best to produce healthy, sound puppies. Always buy from a reputable breeder, never buy a puppy from a pet shop, out of the newspaper, on-line or from a third party. And don’t think that buying a puppy from one of these sources will rescue it from a miserable life. All you will do is make their unethical practices prosperous for them which will only encourage this type of animal abuse. Find a breeder who is trying to improve the breed and will be a mentor for you throughout the life of your pet. Many reputable FBDCA members place their puppies nationally. And don’t hesitate to go out of state to find the puppy you’re looking for. Remember though, reputable breeders do not keep an inventory of puppies ready to ship to the public. And remember; you are choosing a companion that will be with you for some time. Make sure the choice you make is one that will fit nicely into your life. If you are happy with your dog, then your dog will definitely have a happy life with you.

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Here at SilverBlood Frenchies we can arrange flights for your new French Bulldog puppy to their new homes anywhere in the USA, including: Alabama, AL; Alaska, AK; Arizona, AZ; Arkansas, AR; California , CA; Colorado, CO; Connecticut, CT; Delaware, DE; Florida, FL; Georgia, GA; Hawaii, HI; Idaho, ID; Illinois, IL; Indiana, IN; Iowa, IA; Kansas, KS; Kentucky, KY; Louisiana, LA; Maine, ME; Maryland, MD; Massachusetts, MA; Michigan, MI; Minnesota, MN; Mississippi, MS; Missouri, MO; Montana, MT; Nebraska, NE; Nevada, NV; New Hampshire, NH; New Jersey, NJ; New Mexico, NM; New York, NY; North Carolina, NC; North Dakota, ND; Ohio, OH; Oklahoma, OK; Oregon, OR; Pennsylvania, PA; Rhode Island, RI; South Carolina, SC; South Dakota, SD; Tennessee, TN; Texas, TX; Utah, UT; Vermont, VT; Virginia , VA; Washington, WA; West Virginia, WV; Wisconsin, WI; Wyoming, WY, Canada and we can ship French Bulldog puppies to approved homes that are out of the country depending on quarantine laws and other conditions... Please contact us directly to get specific information about shipping laws and guidelines for your country. Thanks from Silverblood Frenchies


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