Rachel is a stay-at-home pet mom, caring for her dog, cat, turtle, tortoise, and fish. She's a content writer in various niches but most notably in the pet field, educating pet parents on the health and wellbeing of their furry friends. When she's not writing, she's reading, playing video games, or organizing something.
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Bichon Frise Puppies

Rachel Poli Author
Aug 20 ·

The Bichon Frise is the ultimate fluffball of a dog. These small doggos have a wonderful personality, and they’re confident to boot. They’re always happy and want to be around their family. If you’re considering Bichon Frise puppies, then let’s discuss this breed further.

A quick look at the Bichon Frise

If you want a small pup, then you’re in luck. The Bichon Frise is considered to be toy-sized or small. They grow to be about 9.5 to 11.5 inches in height and weigh between 12 to 18 pounds. In other words, this pooch will make a great lap dog. This is Modi…

Don’t be fooled by their size, though. They will do better in a house with a fenced-in yard rather than an apartment because of their high energy levels. They will need at least thirty minutes of exercise each day.

In addition, this dog breed has a double coat that’s medium to long in length. But guess what? This pooch is considered hypoallergenic. Despite the coat length, they don’t shed. So, if you suffer from allergies, then this is a good choice for you. However, their fluffy coat will still need tending to. To avoid knots and tangles, you’ll need to brush their coat daily.

Overall, this pooch makes an excellent family dog. They’re also super friendly. They’ll get along well with kids, other dogs, cats, small animals, and even strangers. While they don’t make a great guard dog, they are good watchdogs. 

They don’t bark a lot, either. However, they are prone to getting separation anxiety. In which case, they will sing a sad tune when you’re not around. 

Where can you find Bichon Frise puppies?

You’ll be able to find purebred Bichon Frise puppies through a reputable breeder. A good breeder will want to improve the dog breed and have a vast knowledge of it. They’ll also be willing to meet with you in person so they can get to know you. They’ll answer any questions you have, give you the family tree and health history of the litter, and let you meet the litter. In addition, they’ll have the puppies socialized a bit. Hutte…

You can also look into your local animal shelter or a breed-specific rescue. They may have puppies, but most likely, they’ll have adults and seniors who are looking for a good home. In addition to purebred Westies, they could also have hybrids of this pooch.

How much does a Bichon Frise puppy cost?

The average cost of this small pup is about $600. However, depending on where you adopt a Bichon Frise, you can expect to pay anywhere between $250 and $2,500.

Preparing for your new puppy

When it comes to getting a new puppy, you need to consider quite a few things. Getting a puppy and all the care and supplies that come with it will not come cheap. So, first, consider your budgeting needs.

For example, you need to factor in monthly and yearly costs for your pooch upon adopting the dog. This includes all the supplies they need upon getting the dog. After that, recurring costs will include dog food, treats, medical bills, and grooming appointments, to name a few. 

Once you have that figured out, you’ll want to talk to your veterinarian. Or, if you’ve never owned a dog before, find a vet that’s accepting new patients and that you get along with. You may need to shop around. The vet can then help you find a good place to find Bichon Frise puppies and give you resources on how to care for the pup.

Then, you can go shopping at your local pet store. In addition to recurring items such as food, you’ll also need plenty of other accessories. These include a collar, leash, harness, dog bed, crate, toys, grooming supplies, cleaning supplies, and more.

As soon as you have everything you need, you can then go home and set up your house for your new puppy. This includes puppy-proofing the house. For example, make sure the dog won’t be able to go anywhere you don’t want it to (at least not right away). Also, please make sure the pup can’t get into anything they’re not supposed to. For example, you don’t want it to chew on electrical wires.

Set up an area specifically as a safe space for your dog in a certain room. Then, you’ll be ready to bring home the dog.

Bringing home your new furry friend

Show your pooch where their space is in the house. This area should have some toys, a food and water dish, their bed, and a crate. Your dog will see this as a safe area to retreat to if they get nervous or need to rest. In addition, it’ll also help crate training.

Take a few days off from work so that you and your new puppy can get to know one another. Then, you can start training right away. Your pup will need potty training, crate training, and housebreaking. When going on walks, you’ll need to train them to walk properly on the leash, and they’ll also need to know basic commands and other obedience training. 

Should you consider Bichon Frise puppies?

There’s a lot to love about this adorable, small pup. If you can be home a lot and care for their exercise and grooming needs, then the friendly Bichon Frise is a good choice.

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Rachel Poli Author
Rachel is a stay-at-home pet mom, caring for her dog, cat, turtle, tortoise, and fish. She's a content writer in various niches but most notably in the pet field, educating pet parents on the health and wellbeing of their furry friends. When she's not writing, she's reading, playing video games, or organizing something.
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