Dog Behavior Problems
Bad Dog Behaviors

Keeping Bichon Frise
Behavior Under Control!

You can prevent dog behavior problems if your start dog training early.

Knowing how to work with your Bichon Frise can help you keep bad dog behaviors to a minimum and correct any problems that develop.

As you may know, Bichon Frises need to be corrected gently, but firmly.

Given free rein, a Bichon will take over your household—and become Top Dog. This is a situation that you definitely DO NOT want!

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The other side of the coin, however, is that a Bichon Frise who has been properly trained, is a delightful dog to have, and she will brighten any household with her friendly and pleasant personality!

Young woman playing with her Bichon Frise puppy, part of early puppy training

Start working with your Bichon puppy, while he is still young
to prevent bad dog behaviors!

Bichon Frise Behavior
Correcting or Preventing Bad Dog Behaviors

Bichon Frises are notoriously hard to housetrain and they can develop some quirky habits like barking or nipping.

Because of this, even though your puppy is cute as a button, you need to work with her to make sure that she develops good habits and learns to behave well—even at an early age.

The behaviors that are cute at 8 weeks—become dog behavior problems at a year and a half!

  • Dog Barking Control - Before barking becomes a real problem, you need to work with your dog to control it…

  • How to Stop Dog Barking - If you have a Bichon Frise who has developed a barking habit, you will need to take measures to nip it in the bud…

  • Dog Chewing - Toys are for chewing. Not your socks or underwear. You need to make sure that your puppy knows the difference…

  • Stop Dog Chewing - If your adult Bichon has a chewing habit, you’ll need to stop this bad dog behavior…

  • Separation Anxiety in Dogs - Anxiety when you are gone is a common Bichon Frise behavior. If your dog suffers from this, here’s what you can do…

  • Dog Grief - Dogs grieve for lost friends (human or animal), just like you do. You can help him through it by doing these things…

  • Coprophagia - This is a nasty habit that some dogs develop. But you can work with your dog and stop him from eating poop…

  • House Training Your Puppy - Bichons are not always easy to housetrain. Here are some tips to help you…

  • Puppy Biting - Puppy nipping can turn to biting. You need to make sure that this does not become a habit with your dog…

  • Stop Puppy Biting - If your dog is biting people, you need to take measures to stop it…

  • Aggressive Dog Behavior - Are people and other animals afraid of your dog? If so, you may have an aggressive dog…

  • Submissive Urination - Does your dog pee when she meets a new person or animal? You may have a dog that is too passive and needs some help…

  • Mean Dog - Do people think your dog is a mean dog? If so, you might want to work on his behavior…

Preventing or correcting dog behavior problems is not difficult. Armed with the correct information, you will be able to work with your Bichon—gently but firmly—to help him develop into a nice adult dog, that you are proud to have and love to be with!

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