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All About Bichon Frise Puppies: Meeting your Expectations.
The Bichon Frise is a dogs that you can fall in love with at first glance. :)
When buying Bichon Frise puppies, however, you should not only look at how adorable they look because other factors like health status, personal traits, etc. also need to be considered before making your selection.
The very first step you should take when thinking of buying a Bichon Frise is to do your research to avoid any unmet expectations of the said dog breed. It is not enough for you to learn about the look of Bichon Frises. You should also gain knowledge about the illnesses that they are prone to, their grooming needs, and a whole lot more.
While other dogs like Labradors, Siberian Huskies, German Shepherds, and the likes are not suitable for condominium or apartment life, many people feel delighted as they find out that Bichon Frise puppies are very much adaptable to any type of home – whether it is a tiny apartment, a bachelor’s pad, a house, etc. This is because Bichon Frises do not need a large amount of exercise, thus the absence of a yard and having elderly or kid owners will suit your Bichon Frise just fine.
Prior to buying a Bichon Frise, you should also keep in mind that though the Bichon breed does not shed, its long fur often becomes matted, thus, you need to ensure that daily brushing is done. It is up to you, of course, to decide on grooming your dog by yourself, or entrusting your Bichon Frise to a professional groomer due to time constraints on your part.
It will cost you money, however when you resort to professional grooming but it's worth it!
Because Bichon Frise puppies are non shedders, they are recommended for people who may have dog allergies. In this way, people who are allergic to dog fur can still experience the joy of caring for a pet dog.
Be reminded though that though Bichon Frises may be considered ‘hypo allergenic’ to their owners, they themselves commonly develop skin allergies which is why you should be prepared to take a number of visits to the vet and ensure that your Bichon Frise gets medical attention.
Bichon Frises actually have many positive traits that overpower any negative ones. For one, the Bichon Frise dog breed is an intelligent animal, with the penchant for being a good companion dog. It can also be an excellent show dog. When it comes to training, house breaking your Bichon Frise may not be as easy as a breeze, but by implementing crate training, your pet will be house trained in no time. Patience and positive reinforcement will also do the trick when training Bichon Frise puppies.
Last but not the least, the most important advice that will lead you to buying the right Bichon Frise puppy is to buy only from a reputable dog breeder. Avoid getting your Bichon Frises from pet shops. You should not also transact with breeders that have no veterinary records and other necessary Bichon Frise documents.
Looking for Bichon Frise puppies can be fun and easy for as long as you know what to look for. By knowing the positive and negative traits of the Bichon Frise dog breed, and by being aware of how to distinguish good breeders from bad ones, you’ll have the tools you’ll need to help you get the perfect Bichon Frise for you and your family.
For further information and help we suggest the the Bichon Frise Insider's Guide ebook and audio.