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Some information regarding a bichon frise puppy
Appearance of the Bichon Frise Puppy
The Bichone Frise is a smaller breed of dog weight around 15 pounds. It's appearance is significant with its black nose and eyes and its curly white coat. As the hair on the bichon frise puppies is matted, it can even turn a bit orange. In a few locations such as its ears, paws, and nose, you can see a some apricot color. A bichon frise is very proportional to it's body and its ears and tail are natural. As far as intelligence, the bichon frise puppy stands in the middle of all breeds.
The bichon frise puppy is considered a very cheerful dog. This is because the breed is often called playful, affectionate, easy mannered, and sensitive. The breed was bred to be companions, so this dog will get along well with children as well as other animals.
When thinking of the bichon frise puppy, everyone at one point will call them bichon blitz. This is due to its out of the blue quick bursts of energy. Once in this blitz mode, the bichon frise puppy will run at full speed frantically throughout their lcoation. This behavior usually lasts for 30 seconds up to 5 minutes at a time. After the burst of energy, this breed will then lie down and go to sleep from exhaustion.
Bichon Frises can be obedient dog if you start training at a puppy and continue the training frequently.
are very obedient if training is started early and continued consistently
Hypoallergenic qualities and shedding
A nice characteristic of the bichon frise puppies is that they are one dog that doesn't shed. However, grooming is required in order to remove any loose hair that their curly coats obtains. In order to maintain minimal dander, it is always recommended that you trim, brush, and bathe your bichon to keep them looking their best.
If you have allergies, then the bichon frise puppy would make a great pet. They were bred to be hypoallergenic and this puppy minimizes dog fur, dander, and other things that tend to stick on clothes, carpets, and furnishing within your household.
The average lifespan of a bichon frise puppy and dog is around 12-13 years. This is very similar to other breeds that are comparable in size. The longest lived bichon frise was 19 years.
The leading death of the bichon frise is:
- Old Age
- Unknown Causes
A bichon frise can also get liver shunts. Most time this is undetected until the later years in their life, which cause unfixable complications. Bichon Frise puppies that are underweight or even runts in their litter, can have reactions to high protein food and thus higher rate of suffering froma shunt.
One other major cause of bichon frise's deaths is autoimmune hemolytic anemia. If you own a bichon brise puppy, always be alert for signs of this condition. With AIHA, the bichon frise immune system will actually attacs it's own red blood sells. You will see your bichon frise have loss of energy, voiting, diarrhea, weakness, loss of appetite, rapid breath, yellow gus, and rapid breathing. If you do show signs of this symptom, immediately take your bichon frise to the veterinary clinic.
Other Bischon Frise Information:
Bichon Frise Hindquarters
The bichon frise hindquarters on are on the moderately wide side with equal length from top to bottom. It is common to have the dewclaws removed.
The bichon frise puppy and dog's primary color is white. AKC standards mention that if there is a different color other than white on 10% or more of the bichon frise, they will be penalized.
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