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Bichon Frise Dog Breed Review

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19.04.2012

Advantages:
Small, easy to work with, cute and playful

Disadvantages:
Dependent on how raised, can be hyper and/or violent

Recommendable Yes:

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This small white dog is a great choice if you have children that desire a playful pet dog, and that is more low maintenance than some other dogs. It is a cute, fluffy, ball of joy! They originate mainly from Belgium, France, Canada and Spain. If you have visitors or other family members, it has very low interference once they are used to these people for a long amount of time. Ensuring it is well raised, it is completely harmless to children and infants and is very interactive.
Maintaining this dog is regularly easy, and its price is very reasonable. It doesn't take long to train manually at home if you try. Walking it is best done in the morning and the evening to ensure that they are always in good health and taking them for these walks help them toilet-wise. Feeding them is necessary about twice a day, and daily fresh water is good to leave so they can consume it when they wish.
These joyous dogs don't grow very big and this is, again, ideal if you have children. It is also very family friendly as it doesn't bark very regularly and when it does, it isn't disturbing.
If someone fears bites from a dog, this breed is an even better choice due to the fact that the only time when people are prone to being bitten is when it is teething whilst it is young. This is when you consider getting chewy toys for them to use, then they could be trained very easily not to bite others! Simple as that.

Overall, this dog is a low maintenance, reasonably priced, family friendly breed. The price for these dogs range from approximately 300+ pounds. This, however, is dependent on the shop, the age and its training level.
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ithoughtyoudneverask 20.04.2012 12:10

Although others are right in saying this lacks personal insight, there is some helpful info here

fallen_flame 19.04.2012 22:15

As below.

dynamicnurse 19.04.2012 21:58

As below, as you don't seem to have indicated if you have ever owned one of these dogs.

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