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There is generally not a lot of people that would try to argue the fact the Bichon Frise Dogs are simply cute and very easy to fall in love with. But like with any other big decision that you make in life, you will really want to take the time to consider all of the pros and cons to bringing a Bichon Frise into your home, life and heart.

In order to make sure that you will live together in peace and harmony, you must make sure that the Bichon Frise can give you what you will be expecting from it. By carefully looking over and learning about this breed, you will be able to determine if adopting one is the right decision for you. This way, when no mistakes are made, no one gets hurt and someone who does not mind the mannerisms of this breed can adopt the puppy.
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 with everything in life there are good points and bad points. AndBichon Frise dogs are no exception to that rule. While their curly coat is excellent for those who suffer from allergies, it can mean a lot of grooming time so you must be willing to go through all of that. This means a lot of bonding time spent brushing and clipping in order to maintain the look of the Bichon Frise that we all know and love.

And unlike some dogs who seem to catch onto housebreaking with ease, the Bichon Frise need to take that little bit of extra time so patience is required. There may also be extra vet visits with this breed, as they are known for suffering from various skin conditions. Now, if that was not enough to scare you away from the Bichon Frise, then this may very well be the dog for you.

Even though theBichon Frise are incredible adorable, there is much more to the breed than that. These dogs are easy to get along with but there is a lot ofBichon Frise information out there that should be understood before bringing one home.



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