Bichon Frises

by Becky
(Lancaster, PA)

<small>Art Print  - Link below</small>

Art Print - Link below

Though they were a very popular breed in the eighties and nineties, Bichon Frises have dropped off the radar for many would-be dog owners.


This is extremely unfortunate as Bichons are one of the friendliest, cleanest, happiest breeds out there.

Our dogs, Abby and Bailey, are two white fluff balls of pure energy and joy. They never fail to bring a smile to your face with their cute little faces and energetic hellos. They have never growled or snapped at anyone (including toddlers who think their fluffy tails are great for pulling).

They are also extremely affectionate, they know when you are feeling down and will give extra cuddles and kisses. They also know when you are in a good mood and seem to want to celebrate along with you.

Bichon Frises are also known for being "hypoallergenic" I don't know if they would be good for someone with extreme allergies, but I know they don't bother my cat/dog allergies and they shed very, very little.

This is a great companion dog for an older person and also a great family dog for those with kids.




Art Print shown above is available hereBichon Frise, 5 Years Old, Sitting in Front of White Background - Peel and Stick Wall Decal.



Bichon Frise USA Patriotic Garden Flag

Bichon Patriotic Garden Flag




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