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Bichon Frisé


Overview of Bichon Frisé

Bichon Frisé is a fancy way of saying small, curly-haired dog. First appearing on the scene in the Mediterranean during the 14th century, it is believed that these adorable little pups were the result of crossing the French Barbet with a Poodle. Their short legs and solid build (12-18 lbs) make them ideal lapdogs that are sturdier than a Chihuahua or a Yorkie. Though they are small, they love to be the center of attention. Some even say that they're the stars of the animal world because of how much they like to entertain. They may not shed as much as other breeds and are relatively odor-free, but Bichon Frisé puppies still require a lot of care when it comes to their sparkling white coats! Just like humans, their hair never stops growing! They need a bath and cut every 6-8 weeks, which can add up if you're considering adopting a Bichon Frisé. Their coat comes in white or cream with possible splashes of apricot or buff.

Common Health Conditions & Recommendations for Bichon Frisé

Anemia in dogs:

Bichon Frisés sometimes carry a gene that causes hemolytic anemia - a condition where the immune system destroys its own red blood cells.

Recommendations for Anemia in dogs in Bichon Frisé Dogs:

Common Health Conditions & Recommendations for Bichon Frisé

Skin allergies in dogs:

Bichon Frisés may be prone to suffering from itchy skin and allergies to fleas, ticks, chemicals, pollen, and dust.

Recommendations for Skin allergies in dogs in Bichon Frisé Dogs:

Common Health Conditions & Recommendations for Bichon Frisé

Separation anxiety in dogs:

Bichons may suffer from separation anxiety if left alone at home for too long, leading to unwanted behaviors such as chewing, scratching, or urinating inside the house.

Recommendations for Separation anxiety in dogs in Bichon Frisé Dogs:



Looking like an adorable stuffed animal come to life, who could resist the charms of the Bichon Frisé? They were used in the past as circus dogs because of how much they loved to show off! Highly intelligent, little companions who aim to please, Bichon Frisé puppies pick up tricks quickly but may be tough to housebreak. They are happy in any environment and make wonderful family pets because of how playful and snuggly they are. So if you want a pup that can dance, loves to entertain, and is sturdy enough for small children, think about bringing home a Bichon Frisé!

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