Knowing why dogs bite people will help you prevent aggression issues with your Bichon Frise. While dog bites are not always predictable, with a carefully chosen dog and good training, most incidents can be avoided. Every year in the U.S., dog bites put 14,025 people in the hospital. The average cost for a dog bite […]
Are Bichon Frises Prone to Cataracts in Dogs?
Cataracts in dogs are common, just like they are in older people. However, because dogs use their keen senses of smell and hearing to compensate, we often have trouble discovering that our dogs are losing their sight. Bichon Frises, like other dog breeds, can lose their vision because of cataracts. Because cataracts usually develop slowly, […]
What to do if you have a Dog Throwing Up
Finding your dog throwing up is certainly not the most pleasant experience, but dogs do vomit more than people, and most dogs will vomit at one time or another. Fortunately, when dogs throw up, it does not always mean that they are sick. Dogs often throw up when they have eaten too fast or they […]
Prepare Yourself for Puppy Crying at Night
Your puppy crying at night can be heartbreaking and it can also keep everyone in the house awake! Even if you had a great time cuddling your new little Bichon puppy all day, and you romped together all afternoon, the first night will probably be difficult for both of you! So the challenge is to […]
Why is Your Puppy Vomiting?
You have boned up on how to take care of your puppy and read about all the fun things that you can do together. But, now you have a puppy vomiting. When your puppy is vomiting, it can get to be pretty frightening! What can you do? The good news is that most puppy vomiting […]
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