Swimming is a great form of low impact exercise that most dogs can enjoy. Plus, it's a great way to cool off on a hot day. Before you try swimming…
In this article, we will look at everything you need to know about a Bichon Frise Underbite. From what an underbite is, to how you can tell if your dog…
The Yorkie Bichon is a cross between a Yorkshire Terrier and the Bichon Frise. This mix breed can inherit the feisty nature of the Yorkshire Terrier and the playfulness of…
If you are a Bichon Frise lover like me, you might be wondering about breeding Bichons. The first question I had when I thought about this topic was: what is the average Bichon Frise Litter Size? With that in mind, I set about doing some research to find out the answer to this question.
It can be a concerning thought for any dog owner to think, why does my dog eat grass? You might even start to think there is something wrong with your dog. You are not alone in thinking that.
One of the most common negative behaviors that can be associated with new puppies is excessive biting and chewing. As a puppy's adult teeth start to develop they will chew anything in sight, from your new pair of shoes to your hands. I had always wondered just what was the cause of puppy biting and how to effectively prevent it in adult dogs. With that in mind, I did some research to find out why.
All dog owners want their dogs to live long, happy, and healthy lives. It's no exception for Bichon owners. With this in mind, it's important to learn as much as you can about Bichon Frise health issues to know what to look out for if your dog does fall ill. In this article, I've researched and organized all the information you might need about Bichon Frise health issues so you can use it as a reference when you need it.
We all know that our furry friends need lots of exercise each day, but it's not always easy to help them achieve enough. In fact, most dogs need at least 30 minutes of physical and mental stimulation each day to ensure they are happy and healthy.
The Maltichon is a cross between 2 closely related breeds: the Bichon Frise and the Maltichon. This adorable dog with its friendly and sociable temperament makes a great companion for any household. As with a lot of mix-breeds, it's unlikely that you'll know much about the Maltichon unless you've owned one yourself.
The Poochon, aka Bich-Poo, is a cross between the Poodle and the Bichon Frise. This mix breed can inherit the sociable nature of the Bichon and the intelligence of the Poodle, making it a great companion for families. As with a lot of "designer dog breeds", it's likely that you won't know a lot about the Poochon unless you have owned one yourself.