And if their soft gaze and toy-like physique aren’t already pulling at your heartstrings, then read on to find out more about these adorable marshmallow-like, poofy, fluffy doggos.
The exact origin of the Bichon Frise is uncertain. But, it is believed that these dogs arose from Spain’s water dogs, Barbet – specifically speaking, the poodle types.
They have a lovely soft, white-colored fluffy coat and black, round eyes – making them pretty much look like little poofy teddy bears.
Although Bichon pups have a reputation for not shedding much hair, you should brush them at least twice a week.
The Teacup Bichon Frise has a cheerful attitude. These little pups love to be loved and enjoy being the center of attention. They are good with friends, family, neighbors, groomers, and even the veterinarian.
To keep your Bichon in good condition and shape, you should measure the food and feed them twice a day, rather than leaving food out for them 24/7.