Non Shedding Dog Breed
A non shedding dog breed and one of the best dogs for children, the Bichon does require quite a bit of attention.
And if you are considering getting a Bichon Frise, you need to consider the time required to keep these little white dogs happy and well groomed.
Bichons are hypoallergenic dogs and that means that, if you are allergic to dogs (usually the dander on dogs), you may be able to have a Bichon Frise—without suffering from your allergies.
Bichon Frises are classified in hypoallergenic breeds because their hair does not fall out.
It grows continuously (the reason for needing a lot of grooming), and they actually have a double coat of hair.
A bichon’s undercoat is soft and dense, and the outer-coat is coarser and curly.
Bichons love to be with you,
and anxiously wait for you to come home.
While the Bichon Frise has many lovely characteristics—and their absolute adoration of people is not the least of these—this little non shedding dog breed is not be for everyone.
Bichons require a lot of time and attention and daily grooming. If your lifestyle does not allow this, you may need to look further in the list of hypoallergenic dog breeds for your dog!
Dog Breed Information
About Bichon Frises
Although there are many small dog breeds to choose from, they are not all equal. The Bichon Frise breed stands out among the others—because of its delightful dog temperament and love for people.
Let alone the children, you just might find yourself saying, "It’s the best dog breed for me."
Choosing from the list of hypoallergenic dogs is a way for someone with allergies to have a dog.
Too often people with allergies miss the joy of owning a dog—simply because they don’t know that there are hypoallergenic dog breeds that they can live with!