Feisty, Fun-loving and Frustrating to Train!
Don’t ever mistake Bichon Frises for just another dog breed. Feisty and spirited, the Bichon dog is a great family dog and a good choice for people with allergies or those living in a small home or apartment.
If you have ever seen the Bichon Buzz or Blitz, you have probably ended up laughing until your sides hurt. The Bichon Buzz, specific to this dog breed, comes on suddenly and unexpectedly.
Gentle and affectionate, Bichons love to entertain their people. And if trained correctly, they will steal your heart and become a central figure in your family.
This website is for you—the Bichon Frise owner or someone who is thinking about getting a Bichon Frise. It has comprehensive and factual information about the Bichon Frise Breed and its health issues and impartial reviews of dog care products for Bichons.
What to Do with Bichon Frise Puppies
Whether you choose to adopt a Bichon puppy or you get your new puppy from a breeder, your sweet little puppy will be adorable and delightful, yet can also be very time consuming.
Getting organized so that you do things the right way, will help you avoid those frustrating moments and will help you enjoy your new puppy more.
You’ll be prepared for your puppy’s first night away from Mom, and you’ll have some ideas on how to handle his crying and stress.
Bichon Frise Health Issues
Most Bichon Frises are pretty healthy little dogs. In fact, they are one of the dog breeds that have very few health problems.
The most common health issues for Bichons are
However, like any other dog, you can have other health issues arise. Since I have a background in health care, I understand the issues. And I’ll gladly share my knowledge with you.
Training the Willful Bichon Frise
Training a Bichon Frise can be a bit challenging. These cute little white dogs do have a mind of their own. They need to be handled with gentleness, yet they also need to understand who is in charge. And it should NOT be your Bichon!
There is a right way to train Bichon Frises and there is a wrong way. And it’s very easy to mess up and find that your cute little Bichon is now in charge of your household. Your Bichon has become the leader of your Pack!
If you don’t address Bichon Frise behavior problems early, they will quickly get out of hand.
But training your Bichon Frise does not have to be a nightmare! I’ll show you how to make this easy and fun for both of you.
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Bichon Frise Care
While Bichons do not have a lot of health problems, they do have a lot of allergies. With a little knowledge, you can avoid serious issues and keep allergic reactions to a minimum. Choosing a good diet for your Bichon is key to allergy control.
Unfortunately, as your Bichon gets older, just like other breeds, she will have more health issues.
Grooming Bichon Frises
With Bichons, you can choose to groom them with an informal puppy cut or with a formal Bichon haircut, which is the style you see at dog shows.
Of course all that white hair needs to be groomed and brushed. You will end up with a tangled mess if you neglect your Bichon Frise dog’s grooming.
However, there are ways to make this less work for you and fun for both of you.
Some dog care products help make your job easier. In fact, there are even some products made specifically for dogs like Bichon Frises. I’ll help you sort things out.
Bichon Frise Dog Breed
Whether you have a purebred Bichon Frise or a Bichon Frise mix, you have chosen a very special dog. Come explore the special characteristics of this breed with me. And learn how to enjoy your new dog or puppy to the utmost.
Whether you have a rescue dog, a new Bichon puppy or an older dog, you’ll find articles that will help you be a better pet parent who will enjoy your dog more.