BUY MERLE FRENCH BULLDOG PUPPY
The Merle pattern in French Bulldogs is caused by a dominant gene known as the “M” allele. This “M” allele is responsible for producing the distinctive Merle coloring in a dog’s coat. Dogs with one copy of the “M” allele (Mm) are considered Merle, while those without the allele (mm) are considered non-Merle
Merle French Bulldogs are considered to be quite rare, and due to their unique pattern and color, they can be pretty expensive. Brindle French Bulldogs are not as rare, but they still have their own unique pattern and color
Are puppies born merle?