Bichon Frise Puppies

 Bichon Frise Puppies

To make an informed decision, the first thing you must always do is spend some time to understand the puppy you are about to purchase. This will not only help you avoid frustrations but also help you take good care of your new pet. The following information will be essential when purchasing a Bichon Frise puppy.


The Bichon Frise is a cute looking pet. It is believed to have originated from Mediterranean area and more specifically the Canary Islands. It has been determined that this breed came into being after a crossbreed of a Poodle and a Barbet water spaniel.


Generally, the Bichon Frise puppies San Diego grow into small or medium sized dog. It is a sturdy dog with a white coat. The tail always rides high over the back. Today, the sizes and colors of the Bichon Frise vary. This is because of the difference in genetic lines. Different breeding outlets are allowing variations in genetics. It is common to see San Diego Bichon Frise puppies with cream or apricot in their coat. Black spots on the coat are also common.


The San Diego Bichon Frise puppies are basically lively small dogs. All in all, they need patience from the owner. They are prone to the small dog syndrome which can cause them to start herding the rest of the household. Additionally, in spite of their high intelligence, they are difficult to train. They need persistence.

Other than that, the breed loves human companion. It should not be left alone in the house for long unless they have been exercised extensively. They do not love being shouted at or being kenneled. This can lead to unfavorable behaviors and anxiety.


The Bichon Frise puppy craves human attention and will often sit on the sofa, your lap or on the bed. All in all, it is important to note that they can quickly claim ownership to your chair or bed. As the master, you must set rules and ensure the dog understands and follows them. Change in homes can lead to emotional problems. They do not do well with small children too. When stressed, they will chew at their own fur and skin.


They are prone to skin allergies, ear infections, luxating patellas, cataracts, heart murmurs, epilepsy, and diabetes.


The first thing you must consider doing is exercising your pet regularly. This will improve his mental and physical state. It is also important to arrange for regular vet appointments. This will help deal away with various health issues.

Because of the type of coat the San Diego Bichon Frise puppy has, it is vital that you bathe it every 4 to 6 weeks. The coat also needs daily brushing. The brushing duration will be dictated by the tendency of the coat to knot. Proper training and socialization is also required.

Average Size

Height: 9 to 12 inches

Weight: 10 to 20 pounds


10 to 13 years

Typical Use

They are best as pets. They crave human attention. Absent proper training and socializing, they can become over protective of their owner. Training must start early.

Share this post

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on print
Share on email

Join our Puppy Newsletter!

Get up to date information on how to take care of your puppy, as well as events we host and see the newest puppies we get in our store!
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.