How to Become the Pack Leader Alpha dog training is important for every dog, not just an alpha male or female dog because you need to establish yourself as the leader of the pack in your home. Most dog behavior problems start when there is confusion about who is actually in charge. Or, worse yet, […]
Bichon Frise Puppies Care
Bichon Frise puppy care begins the second you get your new puppy from the breeder or shelter. And it pays to be prepared for your new family member.
Before you bring your puppy home, do prepare your home for safety. And make sure you purchase everything you'll need to make your puppy comfortable and happy.
Dog teething is a necessary evil for all puppies and their owners. Sometime between 2 and 7 months, your dog’s baby teeth will be replaced by her permanent adult teeth and your puppy will chew everything in sight. Since most puppies go to their new homes when they are between 6 and 8 weeks old, […]
While there are different kinds of crates available, a metal dog crate is perfect for training your Bichon Frise to potty outdoors. Inexpensive and readily available, metal crates have a number of other advantages, as well. For now, we’ll look at metal dog crates suitable for housebreaking. When your Bichon has been housetrained, you’ll be […]
Bichon Frise dogs are one of the most popular dogs in America and throughout the world. In the United States, the Bichon dog breed typically ranks in the top 35 of all registered purebred dogs. The small size of the Bichon Frise, coupled with its loving attitude, make it a wonderful companion for almost any […]
Stuffed dog toys are popular with Bichon Frises of all ages. They are soft and cuddly and they can be shaken and chewed. Because Bichon Frise dogs are intelligent, they also appreciate stuffed interactive dog toys. In fact, you can keep your dog from getting bored, by providing interesting dog puzzles to keep her busy […]