Something you will want to know if you’re considering owning a Bichon Frise and you already have a pet is: “Is a Bichon Frise good with other pets?”. It’s important to know that your new Bichon will get on well with the other furry friends in the house. The last thing you want is to have to separate your pets in case they become aggressive and injure each other.
The adorable white powder puff that is the Bichon Frise is an interesting breed, to say the least. From their origins and history to their appearance, temperament and even their fame, there’s a lot to learn about this breed. Throughout my time learning about the Bichon Frise, I have accumulated some terrific facts about them that I’d love to share with you.
Something all Bichon owners want to know is does a Bichon Frise shed? This is something you are likely to ask yourself before you buy a Bichon Frise to determine if they are the right breed for you. You want to be able to properly look after your Bichon and ensure you can maintain their fluffy white coat.
As much as we don’t like to think about it, our dogs are only with us for a relatively short time. Depressing as that thought is, it’s not all bad. The time we do spend with them should be full of fun and happiness. With that said, it’s important to know the age span of a Bichon Frise to know what to expect in that regard. It’s also a great idea to learn about some of the health problems associated with this breed so you will know what to look out for.
A common question that people ask me when they see my Bichon Scully is: “Is A Bichon Frise Good With Kids?”. I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say that this is something highly important to consider when getting a dog for a family. You want to ensure that your dog will get on well with your kids and vice versa. There would be nothing worse than a dog that can’t be around the kids for fear the dog might become aggressive.
A question often asked by potential or new Bichon owners is how often does a Bichon Frise bark?
You don’t want a dog that barks the house down each and every night without fail. That won’t do you or the neighbors any good.
However, by knowing what to expect from this breed in terms of how often they bark, you’ll know just what you’re getting yourself into. As well as this, you can learn some simple tips to alleviate any barking that does occur.
I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say that owning a Bichon Frise, like owning any dog, is a big commitment. Making sure you can properly look after your new pupper is something that requires a lot of time and patience so you want to make sure you are properly considering everything before you buy a Bichon Frise.
I have been taking my Bichon Frise to doggy day care since she was a puppy and she absolutely loves it. So when someone asked me what exactly the benefits are with sending a dog to doggy day care, I could think of one or two things to say but not much more. After that conversation, I decided to do a little research into this topic to try and find some more answers.