Things to Know: Teacup Bichon Frise
Think small, think fluffy, and then think super cute. The Teacup Bichon Frise is a miniature version of their sister pups, the Bichon Frise.
They’re known as the bichon à poil frisé in France, meaning curly-haired lap dog. These sweet fur balls are known for their high level of intelligence, tiny statures, and lovely personalities.
Origin of the Teacup Bichon Frise
The Teacup Bichon Frise is a relatively new trend for specialty breeders, and therefore the American Kennel Club (AKC) does not recognize these dogs.
Physical Characteristics and Appearance
Depending on the breeder’s method to create their tiny Teacup Bichon Frise, the dog’s weight, height, and appearance can vary.
Bichon’s Intense Grooming Needs
The Bichon Frise comes as a double-coated, white ball of fluff. These dogs are a high-maintenance breed, and you should set aside time for their grooming needs.
Teacup Bichon Frise Temperament
The Teacup Bichon Frise has a cheerful attitude. These little pups love to be loved and enjoy being the center of attention.
Potential Health Concerns for Teacups
Bichons are a generally healthy breed of dog, but like all breeds, they may be prone to some health conditions.
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