Are you thinking about getting a new Bichon Puppy?
Or have you recently rescued a dog that is part, or full Bichon?
The Complete Guide to the Bichon Frise is your go-to guide for everything you need to know to prepare to successfully raise and train a happy, healthy Bichon from puppy to old-age.
Chapter Topics include:
- Choosing a Bichon Frise
- Bringing Home your Bichon Frise
- Being a Puppy Parent
- Socializing with People and Animals
- Living with Other Pets
- Physical and Mental Exercise
- Training your Bichon Frise
- Basic Commands
- Dealing With Unwanted Behaviors
- Traveling with Bichon Frise
- Grooming your Bichon Frise
- Basic Health Care
- Advanced Bichon Frise Health and Aging Dog Care
The Bichon Frise is a hypoallergenic family dog with a huge personality packed into a small body. These dogs have a sense of humor, love to joke around, but also can’t wait to snuggle. While there is little variance in the breeds look, each dog has a unique personality. They are great with all types of people, from infants and small kids, to adults and the elderly. They are regularly described as cheerful and funny and are a great dog for first-time dog owners.
Royalty runs through the Bichon’s blood and they know it. They love to be pampered and to be included in everything their owner or family does. These wonderful family dogs tend to have short periods of high energy and then love to relax and snuggle the rest of the time. The energy onsets fast and they enjoy running circles around the house or tables or going for walks outside.
Bichon’s are comical in their demeanor and their adorable black eyes make them hard to resist. They are friendly, cute, and love to play and do tricks. Kids and adults alike love them for their size, softness, and fun personality. They will integrate themselves into your family from day one and will find a place deep within your heart.
Whether you already own a Bichon, or plan to soon, The Complete Guide to the Bichon Frise will be an invaluable guide to help you learn everything you need to know to be a successful Bichon parent.