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Some FAQs about Bichon Frise​

The bichon frisé is considered a great all-around pet that is a playful yet gentle dog. Bichons get along well with other pets. They are generally considered very good with kids. In one survey, they ranked high on snapping at children, but caution is in order anytime dogs and small children are together.

Bichons are generally happy dogs. They are cheerful, playful, affectionate, obedient and competitive. They can be independent and a little difficult to house-train, but they are generally easy to train and teach tricks. Naturally social, they enjoy being with their families and venturing outdoors whenever possible.

Well, Bichon Frise is not the most expensive dog in the world. But it’s worth a bit more than other regular dogs. So, it falls into the class of expensive dog breeds. If you are buying from reputable breeders, such as those from the Japan Kennel Club, you should be looking in the region of $2500 to $4200.

Yes and No. Labradors are capable of barking a lot if they are bored and under-exercised. However, they are smart dogs and can be easily trained to bark less. Just like most dog breeds, Labs do bark and for a variety of different reasons. Without plenty of physical stimulation and social interaction, Labs will bark more than normal, possibly to excess, due to their pent-up energy.

So, do Bichon Frise dogs bark a lot? Bichon Frise dogs can bark a lot and this is considered to be one of the main downsides to owning this breed, the other being destructive chewing. With sufficient training, behavioral correction and with sufficient attention, Bichon Frises can be a quieter dog.

The Bichon excelled as trick-performing circus dogs. The Bichon is a small healthy dog with an average lifespan of 14-16 years. Some genetic conditions have been seen in the Bichon, like liver shunts and cataracts. Early detection is the key to a long and happy life, so be sure to schedule routine checkups.

The Bichon is considered to be relatively hypoallergenic, as the breed sheds very little because the shed hair is caught up in the undercoat. That shed hair has to be brushed out to prevent mats from forming. As with all breeds, the Bichon’s nails should be trimmed regularly as well.

How much exercise does an adult Bichon Frise need? A Bichon Frise will need around 30 minutes of daily physical exercise. Yes, they can possibly get all the exercise they need from zooming around your home, but to make sure they’re getting enough mental stimulation, you should take them for daily walks.

Whole grains such as barley, quinoa, barley, or brown rice provide your bichon frise with fiber and carbohydrates. They also are easier to digest than other types of grains, according to Dogster. Look for foods that contain vegetable and fish oils as healthy sources of fats and Omega-3 fatty acids.

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*Please Note: It is difficult to know which breeder is trustworthy when you are in another country. But fortunately there are reputable associations that can guarantee the quality of breeders who are members of their association. These can be mentioned as Japan Kennel Club – JKC, The Kennel Club of Japan – KC or Nihonken Hozonkai – 日保 and many other associations (JABC, JCC, ICC, CPRO, JCU, KCP, ACC, CCJ, KCC, NMSA, WCA, JMSA, ZCC). Dogs and Cats sold by breeders belonging to these associations are always accompanied by a pedigree certificate.

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Bichon Frise

Sometimes known as the Tenerife dog, the Bichon Frise – a descendant of the Poodle and the Barbet – was allegedly taken from Tenerife to France. This is a happy little dog that loves to be the centre of attention, and does not like being left alone. It can be slow to house train.

The Breed History

The history of the breed is centered in the Mediterranean. The Barbet Water Spaniel was the chief progenitor of the breed, and the name Bichon evolved from Barbichon, the intermediate ancestor. Four regional varieties (Bichon Havanais, Bolognais, Teneriffe and Maltais) developed. They were favored companions to French and Italian nobility. Frisé is a French term to describe their frizzy, soft hair. They were brought to United States in the mid 1950s, and the first registry in the AKC studbook dates to 1972.

Physical Characteristics

Height at Withers: 9.5-11.5 “ (24-29 cm).

Weight: 7-12 lb (3-6 kg).

Coat: Their distinctive white coat is double, with a dense soft inner coat and curly fine outer coat. It is springy and stands up when groomed to give an appearance described as “powder puff”. Some dogs have a hint of cream, buff, gray or apricot to the hairs. They have high grooming needs including regular trimming, and are low shedder and low allergen dogs.

Longevity: 14-16 years. Oldest recorded was 21 yrs.

Recognized Behavior Issues and Traits 

This type of dog is ascribed as: Friendly, with an outgoing temperament. Fear biter or separation anxiety may occur in some shy dogs, but breeding of dogs that deviate from the typical playful Bichon personality is not accepted. They are alarm barkers but not considered watchdogs. They need close human contact, and are considered moderately trainable. They are fine for city life, as they are active dogs with average exercise needs.

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