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Bichon Frise Dogs: The Day In Their Life - Articles Surfing
When considering Bichon Frise dogs, you will want to consider all of the good and bad points that will come along with the pet. There are many things to love about Bichon Frise dogs as they are very loveable and get along with other pets. They also make excellent watchdogs for their size. Even though there are a lot of wonderful things in the character of Bichon Frise dogs, they are loud barkers and they require a lot of brushing and clipping.
There is no doubt that Bichon Frise dogs are incredible adorable and it can take only one second to completely fall head over heals in love with that particular breed of dog. But before you bring home a Bichon Frise, it is important to know exactly what type of dog that you are dealing with, as not every dog is alike in their personality and what you can expect out of them.
It is important, as with any breed of dog, to make sure that you and that little puppy can leave together in harmony. So, before making that big decision to expand the size of your family, make sure that the lifestyle of the Bichon Frise and your lifestyle match up and you will have many years of happiness ahead of you. Make the wrong decision and you will either have to live with your regrets or find the dog a new home, which can be hard.
A lot of problems that people have when trying to pick a breed that is suitable for them are that they may live in the city or somewhere where there is not a lot of yard space or they may live in a tiny apartment. But luckily for them, Bichon Frise dogs do not require a lot of exercise and will do well in those locations or with people like the elderly who cannot get out that often.
Also, this tiny yet sturdy breed is one that is able, willing, and ready to alert their masters of the presence of strangers. But while they make wonderful watchdogs, they are not such wonderful attack dogs because the Bichon Frise lack the aggressiveness needed for such a trait. And for those who suffer from allergies, know that the curly coat of the Bichon Frise does not shed so there are no worries there.
As mentioned, their curly coat is not one to shed so allergy suffers are in the clear, at least where Bichon Frise dogs are concerned. But their curly coat does need grooming often, which means a lot of brushing and a lot of clipping in order to maintain their fancy look. Also, you must be prepared to take a little bit of extra time and compassion for house breaking because the Bichon Frise are well know for their problems with house breaking.
And along with that, they are known for having a lot of skin problems during their lifetime, which could end up meaning a lot of trips to the vet's office for treatment. If all of that is still sounding good to you and you want a Bichon Frise, then you are probably a good match for each other. So now all you have to do is pick the one that you think is the best for you and your home.
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