Platinum Lilac French Bulldog Puppies for Sale in NYC and all over US
When it comes to Lavish French bulldog colors, the Platinum Lilac French bulldog puppy is still among most desirable to date: some people often mistake the Cream French bulldog with the Platinum Lilac French bulldog and vise versa due to a strikingly similar looking coat color; to get a better understanding of what goes into making a Platinum Lilac French bulldog puppy let’s take a good old dive into the gene pool
What is a Platinum Lilac French Bulldog?
A Platinum Lilac French bulldog puppy is comprised of 3 combination colors: that is the recessive blue mutation occurring at the D locust, the recessive Coco chocolate mutation occurring at the C locust or recessive testable chocolate mutation occurring at B locust (or both) and finally recessive cream mutation occurring at the E locust . When a gene is considered recessive that means that it requires 2 copies for it to be physically expressed on the outside; for example, in this case an order to produce a Platinum Lilac French bulldog puppy we would need two copies of dilute, two copies of cocoa chocolate or testable chocolate and 2 copies of cream. which would look like so on a genetic panel (d/d co/co e/e is lilac Platinum Lilac and d/d b/b e/e is Isabella Platinum Lilac ); if a puppy lacks a copy of any of these 3 color then it is NOT a Platinum Lilac French bulldog puppy; for example if a French bulldog puppy carries 2 copies of blue but only one copy of chocolate but two copies of cream then we would call that a blue French bulldog puppy covered in cream; if a puppy carries 2 copies of chocolate but one copy of blue then that puppy is a chocolate French bulldog puppy that is also covered in cream; we see a lot of misleading content on the Internet about this so if you’re going to that the agent that the agent learn these cool coat color combinations it’s important to understand all elements that go into the coat color combinations as the French bulldog price is heavily weighed by its color presentation. Don’t be the person who markets a Platinum Lilac French bulldog when it’s in fact a blue covered in cream or chocolate covered in cream, Yikes!
Cool facts about the Platinum Lilac French bulldog puppy
- The Platinum Lilac French bulldog has a more striking coat then a standard crème; The result of all three dilutions occurring at the same is a Platinum Lilac blonde hue!
- there are certain genes that can block the expression of rojo from physically expressing on the outside: namely the brindle gene which occurs at the K Locust. Brindle is a dominant gene which means it only takes one copy purchase physically be expressed outside where you can see it.
- Platinum Lilac French bulldog puppies at the height of their popularity would cost on average 15 to 20,000 dollars and if it was fluffy a whopping$100,000 to $200,000 Now you know why French Bulldogs are considered luxury pets because of the amount of disposable income you would have to have on hand to acquire an exotic one!
How much does the Platinum Lilac French bulldog puppy cost?
In today’s market the average price of a Platinum Lilac French bulldog with no other embellishment is about 5 to $7000; things like long hair, tan points and Merle combinations can dramatically increase the price tag of a Platinum Lilac French bulldog puppy! For more, please don’t hesitate to contact us!