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French Bulldog Price Chart

Listed prices are for French Bulldog fluffy carriers

French Bulldog price chart and frenchie price by color
*Prices may vary depending on the Frenchie’s dna, structure, sex, and age.

French Bulldog Price

French bulldogs are in very high demand as they are the #2 most popular dog breed. But how much money should you have if you want to bring home a French bulldog?

How much is a French Bulldog? Generally, the average price on the low-end of the French Bulldog breed is about $3,000. However, that’s just an estimate, and the cost of a French Bulldog can exceed this if you want exotic colors, show dogs, or breeding quality Frenchies with particular characteristics. Their high demand is because they are adorable, loving, and pretty suitable for smaller living places such as apartments.

In addition, French Bulldogs are trainable, intelligent, and obedient. Therefore, you won’t have a problem even if it’s your first-time owning a Frenchie.

If you are in the market for a Fluffy French Bulldog they will be more expensive. A Fluffy Frenchie price normally start around $8,000 and will go up depending on sex and color. It’s always important to find reputable AKC French Bulldog Breeders, which we offer.

Let’s learn more about why this dog breed is expensive and know how much to spend on your Frenchie. Let’s start. 

French Bulldog Price FAQ:

Compared to a Labrador puppy which costs just $500, the price of French bulldogs is for the most part 10X of them. Why is that so?

One factor is these Frenchies’ popularity, as they are #2 Most Popular breed in the US and UK. In addition, some other factors make these puppies more expensive. These include:

Breeding Issues

French Bulldogs are hard to breed and this is because they normally can’t breed naturally. Hence almost 80% of Frenchies require birth through a C-section. The operation costs are very expensive; moreover, the mother and the puppy need extra care after the procedure. 

Additionally, it is difficult for males to mount the females and thus most births require Artificial Insemination, which, ultimately increases the cost to breed French Bulldog puppies.

Litter Size

The average litter size of a French Bulldog is relatively small compared to other breeds, typically ranging from 2 to 4 puppies per litter. However, it’s not uncommon for a French Bulldog to have a litter size of just one puppy or up to eight puppies. The litter size can be influenced by various factors, including the age and health of the dam, the size and fertility of the stud, and the number of successful matings.

The best bred French bulldog puppies usual starting costs is $3,000+. However, puppies can come to your home at a lower price of almost $1,500 from a puppy mill. It’s best to avoid buying dogs from puppy mills because you will likely pay the difference in health bills later. 

Although the average starting price of a French bulldog puppy is $3,000, it can easily reach up to $20,000+. Various factors are related to the cost of these dogs. Remember that it costs you more if you want specific desirable colors in French Bulldogs that are genetically rare. A brindle or black puppy is usually at a lower price. On the other hand, a Platinum or Isabella Frenchie puppy has a high cost. 

Several factors can impact the pricing of French Bulldogs, including:

  1. Breeder’s reputation: Reputable breeders with a long-standing history of producing healthy and high-quality French Bulldogs will generally charge more for their puppies.
  2. Pedigree: Puppies with exceptional bloodlines and purebred lineage may come with a higher price tag.
  3. Coat color: French Bulldogs come in various colors, but some colors, such as Merle and testable chocolate, are relatively rare and highly sought after, leading to a higher price.
  4. Gender: Male and female French Bulldogs may have different prices, with females often being more expensive due to their potential to reproduce.
  5. Age: Young puppies are generally more expensive than older dogs.
  6. Health status: French Bulldogs with health issues or a history of medical problems may be less expensive than healthy dogs.
  7. Location: Prices may vary depending on the region, with some areas being more expensive than others.

It’s essential to note that while price can be a significant factor in choosing a French Bulldog, it’s crucial to prioritize the health and well-being of the dog over the cost.

Mini Frenchie, also called Teacup Frenchie, is an excellent dog with a smaller size. Compared to standard French bulldogs, Mini Frenchies are hard to breed; therefore, they cost a bit more. Their price usually ranges from $5,000 to $20,000+. Again, the price will increase depending on desired rare traits.

Let’s look at the price of these Frenchies depending on their color, pedigree, coat length, and sex:

French Bulldog BreedPrice
Standard Brindle, Standard Pied$2000-$3000 Pet $3000 + Full
Blue Fawn, Standard Fawn$2000-$4000 Pet $4000+ Full
Standard Cream$3000-$4000 Pet $4000+ Full
Black French Bulldog$2500-$4000 Pet $4000 + Full
Blue French Bulldog$3000-$4000 Pet $4000 +Full
Chocolate French Bulldog$4000-$5000 Pet $5000 + Full
Lilac French Bulldog$4000-$5000 Pet $5500+ Full
Platinum$5000-$6000 Pet $6,000 + Full
Merle$5000-$6000 Pet $6,000 + Full
Isabella$6000-$7000 Pet $7,000 + Full

Fluffy Frenchies and Fluffy Frenchie puppies can cost a wide variety of ranges. A few things the price of a Fluffy Frenchie is going to depend on is the structure, DNA, and the French Bulldog breeders’ reputation as well as the parents reputation. A breeding quality Fluffy French Bulldog or a Fluffy Frenchie puppy’s price can start in the $8,000 range and can exceed $50,000+. Some of the most expensive ones are the Merle Fluffy Frenchie and the Fluffy Isabella French Bulldog.

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More Frequently Asked Questions

After birth French Bulldog puppies must be whelped. Some breeders hire professional whelpers and this can cost an additional several thousand dollars. Thus increasing the overall cost of breeding. French Bulldog puppies can normally be re-homed after 8 weeks.

  • 1 year health guarantee
  • We deworm all puppies 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 6 weeks, and 8 weeks.
  • AKC registration papers, veterinary exam and health certificate.
  • A small bag of food to take home

After bringing your Frenchie home, you must be careful while keeping them in extremely cold or hot conditions. That’s because these dogs can’t regulate their body temperature. Therefore, you should invest in air-conditioning if you keep your French Bulldog puppy in a hot place as he/she can’t bear high temperature. Likewise, your puppy needs a sweater and a heater while living in cold areas. 

Here are some other expenses that you need to bear after bringing your puppy home:


Food is one of the never-ending expenses for keeping puppies at home. Compared to adult food, puppy food is expensive as it contains high protein. French bulldogs need 25-30 calories per pound daily, depending on their body weight. So, depending on the food type and the dog size, your Frenchie food costs you almost expect to pay $20 to $60 per month. A raw food diet can be quite a bit more expensive, but it is the recommend diet for this breed. 


Being a caring pet parent, you should supply plenty of things for your new puppy, including toys, bowls, a and a leash. Although, crate training is not preferred by all Frenchie parent, it can definitely increase your cost higher. The total expense depends on the quality of products that you choose. We would recommend a budget of at least $300 to $500 in the initial months. 

Vet Bills

Trips to a vet happen more frequently if you have a French Bulldog, and this can become quite expense. Frenchies usually suffer from eye conditions like entropion, cataracts, and cherry eye. The treatment cost of entropion is $300 to $1500. Spinal ailments such as hip dysplasia usually cost $1500 to $6000. At the same time, treating intervertebral disk disease costs $2500 to $7000. 

Pet Insurance

If you want to save on vet cost for your Frenchies from numerous health conditions, you should invest in pet insurance. Pet insurance for a dog costs about $45 per month. While in the case of Frenchies, it’s approximately $60 per month. Various pet insurance policies are available, including:

  • Time-limited policies
  • Accident-only policies
  • Maximum benefit policies
  • Lifetime policies

Several other additional costs in the case of keeping a French bulldog include:


Although training Frenchies are comparatively easy, they can become stubborn. Therefore, start them on obedience training classes early. A one-hour group lesson on a weekly or monthly basis costs up to $50 to $125. 

Fortunately, these dogs aren’t very energetic, so you don’t need to spend on sporting classes or agility training that costs higher. 


A Poodle or Schnauzer usually needs a haircut, but that’s not the case for French bulldogs because of lack of shedding. A weekly brush and occasional bathing is all that is necessary for this breed. Also, it would be best if you trim their nails every 2 weeks. You can groom them at home using nail clippers and the right brush. However, professional grooming will cost you a little $10. 


Other expenses of a French bulldog include hiring a dog sitter or sending he/she to doggy daycare when you aren’t with them. That’s because your Frenchies suffer from separation anxiety which can affect them mentally. If left bored for too long they can become destructive.  


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