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3 Facts You Didn’t Know About Bichon Frise Dog Breeds

June 15, 2019

Not only are Bichon Frise dog breeds super cute, but they are also extremely special dogs with some very special qualities. These dogs make an awesome best friend. They are great companions to have around and if you are ever feeling lonely, they are certain to cheer you up. These dogs have very special qualities that make them awesome pets. Some of these facts you may not have known previously, so here are a few facts about Bichon Frise dog breeds.

Their size.

These dogs are super fluffy and cute, but did you know that the male dogs only grow up to about 9 inches, while the female dogs grow to about 11 inches. These are super small dogs. The weight of male Bichon Frise dog breeds and females are around the same. Their weight ranges from 6 to about 11 pounds. They are really small but also super mighty dogs that love playing with other dogs and sometimes think they are bigger than what they really are.

Exercise time.

These dogs require about 20 to 40 minutes of playtime a day. This is extremely important when taking care of a Bichon Frise. They should always get the proper amount of playtime, so they remain healthy. You do not want these dogs to become lazy and lethargic because it will have negative implications on their health.

They don’t bark often.

These are among some of the least noisy dogs known to mankind. They are super sweet and easy-going pets that will not wake up your neighbors. If you live in a smaller apartment size home, you do not have to worry about these dogs being of any harm by annoying your neighbors with their bark.

Bichon Frise dog breeds are very special dogs. They have some super awesome qualities that make them some of the best pets you could ever own. It is important that these dogs are handled with care and correctly. We hope that these facts were of use to you and now you know how to interact with your Bichon Frise dog breed better.

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