The lilac coat color in French Bulldogs is the result of specific gene combinations. It is primarily determined by the presence of two recessive dilution genes: “d” (for blue) and “b” (for chocolate). When a French Bulldog inherits two copies of the “d” gene (dd) and two copies of the “b” gene (bb), it will have a lilac coat color. This combination dilutes both the black and brown pigments in the coat, resulting in a unique and distinct lilac shade.

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