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Bichon Frise: Puppies

Since The Bichon Frise is bred to be a companion dog he/she makes a wonderful addition to the family. More and more people are bringing Bichon Frise puppies home because of their loving and loyal nature. These cute little dogs are also intelligent, energetic and friendly. So itís quite easy to understand their growing popularity.

When choosing a Bichon Frise puppy or any pet remember that it is a lifetime commitment. Bichon Frises life expectancy is projected between 14 and 17 years. As a parent you are responsible for your petís world. This world involves you paying attention to daily care, food, water, and shelter, exercise, play, and grooming and health needs of your pet. From that responsibility come rewards. What you get in return is immeasurable in companionship and unconditional love.

Bichon Frises are not a good choice for people who donít have much time to give them. They are quite sociable little dogs and are not good being left alone all day inside or outside. (See Bichon Frise: Would You Like to Parent a Bichon Frise?)

If you are ready to give the time and commitment involved in parenting a Bichon Frise puppy then read on.

When looking for a Bichon Frise puppy find a reputable breeder or a reputable rescue operation. (See below)

A responsible breeder or rescue person should ask you questions about your household, yard, number of people in the family, who is home during day, children, any other pets etc. They will probably ask you why you specifically want a Bichon Frise just to make sure that you and your puppy are a good match.

Good reputable breeders will usually keep a puppy with its mom and litter until 10 to 13 weeks old. This allows time for the puppy to find its place in the dog world by interacting with its family litter. It also allows the breeder time to begin socializing the puppy to interact appropriately with people and begin house training. When you take your Bichon Frise puppy home it becomes your responsibility to continue and build on the lessons that began at his/her first home. By beginning and maintaining proper socialization training early on you will ensure your newest family member and your family a safer, healthier and happier world

If you are interesting in adopting a Bichon Frise from a rescue operation check out these articles Bichon Frise Salute and these web sites: www.Virginiabichonrescue.org and www.bichonrescue.org.

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