Bichon Frise Dog Breeds

The Bichon Frise is a companion dog breed that is sweet and small. They have white fluffy fur, tiny bodies, and a big heart. Bichon Frise loves to play and be a part of family activities. They love to be near their families and should not be left alone for long periods of time. The Bichon Frise is quite small- usually between 9 to 11 inches in height and weighs between 7 to 12 pounds. The Bichon Frise is very friendly and trainable.

Personality 

Bichon Frise are known for their cheerful disposition and general happiness. They love to be the center of all family gatherings and loves to be around humans. The Bichon Frise does best when it is around humans and is prone to separation anxiety if left alone. They are quick learners and love to impress their owners with new tricks.

Grooming

The Bichon Frise breed has a double-coated breed. They have white fluffy fur that needs to be brushed weekly to keep it free of mats and tangles. Bichon Frise needs to be washed regularly to keep them looking clean and bright white. Bichon Frise are prone to tear stains and should be wiped from their eyes and mouth regularly. Their ears should also clean their weekly and nails trimmed monthly. Many owners take their Bichon Frise to the groomers every month to get washed and trimmed.

Training

The Bichon Frise breed is very intelligent and are easy to train with the right direction and reinforcement. The Bichon Frise should be trained with positive reinforcement including praise and treats. They do not respond well to harsh criticism or force- it can cause them to reactive negatively or shut down.

Daily Activity

The Bichon Frise is not a high energy dog and is happy with a few short walks a day. Bichon Frises do not require a lot of space and are a good choice for single people or those living in apartments and condos.

Health

Bichon Frises generally live to be 11 to 13 years. Bichon Frises are a generally healthy breed, but there are a few health conditions associated with them. A few of the most common health conditions that Bichon Frises may develop include: bladder infections, allergies, patellar luxation, hip dysplasia, cataracts and more.

The Bichon Frise is a cute and cuddly dog that is extremely loyal and loving.

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