BICHON FRISe are welcome at slc dog sitter, and all Small dog breeds.



Amongst the lovable traits of the Bichon Frise is that they're independent, intelligent, affectionate, bold, lively, charming, gentle, straightforward to practice, and are also desirous to please.

Family/Child Friendly

This breed of canine makes a excellent companion for youngsters and is good with families.

Lifespan and Weight

The average lifespan of this breed of canine is around 15 years. Even so, with the advancement of veterinary medicine, pets have been recognized to live up to 20 years and even longer. The average weight for this breed of dog is around 7 to 12 lbs.

What types of diseases
do Bichon have?

Widespread Diseases

Probably the most prevalent diseases and health conditions regarding this breed of dog consist of but aren't limited to watery eyes, cataracts, skin difficulties, ear troubles, epilepsy and dislocated kneecaps.

Housebreaking and Shedding

Housebreaking could be performed with patience on component of the owner. Shedding is minimal, but brush each and every other day to be able to maintain.

Greatest Owner Compatibility

Might be suitable for the apartment or condo dweller, as this breed of dog does not usually be yappy like other tiny dogs. Not suitable for the frequent traveler. Ideal Owner has a yard to play and romp in throughout the day with a bed to sleep inside in at night that's with the family.

Where to Purchase

The very best locations to get this breed of dog are from reputable breeders, animal shelters, and rescue organizations.

What is the average
price of a Bichon Frise

Average Price 

Average Bichon Frise Prices. Prices for Frise pups range from $250 to $2500 with a median of around $600.

The key determinants of price are the parental history and the breeder reputation. Pups of champion pups can fetch a premium of up to $1500 and more.

The average price for this breed of dog is around $1,200 or much more every. Routine veterinary care will need to be included inside your spending budget.

Aggression Factor

Even though not aggressive by nature, this breed of canine has a tendency to get Modest Dog Syndrome if he or she don't have an owner who displays a pack leader mentality.

Noise Factor

This canine breed is excellent for announcing guests arrival when somebody knocks or rings the doorbell. 

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