Adult Frenchtons can have characteristics from either their French bulldog or Boston terrier heritage.
In many Frenchtons, the ears are longer than a Frenchie and the legs are shorter than a Boston. Their face is generally still somewhat flat-faced as both breeds are snub-nosed. Ears usually stand erect; tails are usually stubbed, slightly screw-tailed, or non-existent. Since all of our Bostons & Frenchies have tails, there is usually some sort of little tail.
The Frenchton colors can be from any Boston terrier or French bulldog coloring with a tendency to be colored like their parents or grandparents. Size, eye-color, and markings (brindling, spots, masks, etc.) also generally come from the parents/grandparents but can also come from farther back in the genetics.
In a well-bred Frenchton, the personalities are usually exceptional as it is a blending of these two breeds which both have wonderful companion personalities. The French bulldog antics, clowning, and independent nature combined with the Boston terrier intelligence, obedience, and eagerness to please, creates some amazing puppies called Frenchtons which are rapidly growing into a very popular breed. Below are some examples of adult Frenchtons.
Chloe ~ Leeloo
Here’s one of our little Frenchton superstars. Leeloo was adopted by a lady who works for Chewy and has been featured in some training videos. Here are her 3 week and 6 week pictures and videos from her early adoption to young adulthood (at 16 pounds).
Leeloo is one of Chicka x Monkey’s babies with both American and international champions in her AKC Boston and AKC Frenchie heritage. Go Leeloo!!
At 6 weeks you can see her ears are up. She will grow into them, lol.
The babies grow quite a bit between 3 and 6 weeks.
You can see her amazing personality in her commercial debuts, lol.
Her first video:
Most recent (at 10 months 16 pounds):
Here are some adult Frenchtons
These blue and white and black and white Frenchtons carry the traditional Boston ‘mask’ around the eyes and ear(s).
This is Bella (left), formerly Mini, blue and white, at 6 months of age.
You can see her baby pictures on the 2015 puppies page.
These Frenchtons (below) carry their parents or grandparents cream or fawn colors with either a dark nose or black Frenchie ‘mask’ around the muzzle and eyes.