I breed for color, I produced the first lilac from both chocolate parents. I have Lilac-Chocolate-Blue-Chocolate & tan & standard. I am working on my first lilac & tan and a solid lilac-blue-chocolate a/a.
Most of my puppies are sold into pet homes on a spayed/neuter contract, NO papers will be given. Because some owners later decide to breed there dogs even sold as pets. If papers were given even limited they take them to a lower kennel club and register them with there.
Puppies sold for breeding will come with AKC papers.
All puppies come with a One Year Health Guarantee.
Lilac Lyle was the first Lilac to be born from both chocolate parents.
Lilac have only been around since late 2011, which the first lilac known was produced by Linda Bradshaw at Westcoast Bulldog in Canada.
The parents of the first lilac born in the world is the parents of my late Chocolate carry blue Yogi Bear and the father and grandfather in most of my lines.
Exciting news the primary chocolate gene has been found. Here is the following information on it.
Newly Testable Chocolate in French Bulldogs: Cocoa – French Bulldog primary chocolate gene
Chances are that if you're reading this, you were expecting your dog to test positive for "chocolate" and you're now $15 lighter in the wallet, reading " B/B: Does not carry brown - cannot have brown offspring". If your dog tested B/B but is the color of a Kit Kat bar, you likely have a dog that carries two copies of the formerly non-testable version of chocolate in French Bulldogs, sometimes referred to as "bf" from a DNA testing standpoint and now being called "co" or Cocoa – French Bulldog primary chocolate gene. It is not on the B Locus, rather on it's own, referred to as the co Locus by VetGen. The test is being offered for $40. This means that breeders and owners no longer have to guess whether or not their non-visibly chocolate French Bulldog carries chocolate or not. No more red eye glow testing! This test was announced in a forum on Facebook called Frenchie Think Tank, founded by Manuel Bolivar Garcia. Big thanks to Aimee Weeks Blanco for her role in this exciting research.
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