Olde English Bulldogge Colors

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Black Brindle

Black Brindle

Brindle is a base coat color (usually golden or brown) with stripes or markings of a darker color. If “stripes/marks” are the same color as the pigment or the stripes or marks are so close together that they become the dominant color, the puppy is referred to as a black brindle.


Black Tipped Sable/Fawn

Black Tipped Sable/Fawn


Black Tri

Black Tri

“Tri” is a nickname for the coat patterns of black, white and tan.  Tri puppies have tan points above the eyes (like eyebrows) and on the cheeks, with tan markings running up the legs and on the chest. A solid body color occurs giving coats Black, or White or sometimes Piebald patterns.


Black Trindle

Black Trindle

When Black Tri puppies have points on the legs where their coats are also brindled (or striped), this coat pattern is nicknamed “trindle”.


Blue Brindle

Blue Brindle

Brindle is a base coat color (usually golden, tan or brown) with stripes or markings of a darker color. A blue brindle puppy has two recessive genes that dilute any black color to a shade of gray. The stripes are a gray color, not the traditional black color with a lighter base coat. The nose is also usually a gray color.


Blue

Blue

A blue puppy may have any shade of blue-gray to gray-blue from deep slate to light blue/gray, always with a gray nose and hazel, blue or golden eye color.


Blue Fawn

Blue Fawn


Blue and White

Blue and White


Blue Fawn and White

Blue Fawn and White


Blue Sable

Blue Sable

These sable/fawn-coated puppies (golden or lighter tan color at the roots) will have hairs that are “tipped” with blue or dark gray. The blue sable has a pair of recessive genes referred to as the dilution gene that causes black coloring to be a gray color. The nose will also be a dark gray color not black. Any hairs that would be black on a sable dog are all gray in color.


Blue Tri

Blue Tri

 ”Tri” is a nickname for the black, white, and tan coat. These puppies have tan points above their eyes (like eyebrows) with circular tan patches on the cheeks, and tan markings running up the legs and on their chests. Blue Tri puppies have two recessive genes that dilute any black hairs in their coats to a gray color. They have a solid blue body color or can also come with white or Piebald patterns.


Blue Trindle

Blue Trindle

”Tri” is a nickname for the black, white, and tan coat. Blue Tri puppies have two recessive genes that dilute any black hairs in their coats to a gray color. They have a solid blue body color or can also come with white or Piebald patterns. Tri puppies have tan points above their eyes (like eyebrows) with circular tan patches on the cheeks, and tan markings running up the legs and on their chests. Sometimes these leg markings will also be brindled (or striped), which is how they got nicknamed “trindles”.


Brindle

Brindle

Brindle puppies have a base coat color (usually golden or brown) with stripes or markings of a darker color.


Brown Brindle

Brown Brindle


Chocolate

Chocolate

Chocolate coats range in color from very dark to milk chocolate shades. These dogs also have a nose and coloration around the eye that is chocolate/liver in color. Chocolate puppies have two recessive genes that prevent them from having black in their coats. 


Chocolate Tri

Chocolate Tri


Dark Brindle


Dark Chocolate Tri

Dark Chocolate Tri


Fawn

The coat color fawn has a variety of light brown shades.  The coloration around the eyes and nose are always black. Fawn dogs do not have hairs tipped with another color.


Fawn and White

Fawn and White


Lilac

Lilac


Lilac Tri

Lilac Tri


Sable (Black-Tipped Golden Color Coat)

Sable (Black-Tipped Golden Color Coat)

Sable puppies will have sable/fawn (golden or lighter tan color at the roots) hairs that are “tipped” with black. Even though the puppy’s markings give the tri-color effect (three or more colors), a tri-colored dog will not have hairs that are tipped with a darker color. The dark- or lightness of a sable coat depends on how much of each hair-tip is black versus the lighter color.


Sable Tri

Sable Tri