Bichon Frise

The Bichon Frise (claimed BEE-shawn FREE-say; the plural is Bichons Frises) is a lively, little dog breed with a love of mischief and a lot of love to give. With his black eyes and fleecy white coat, the Bichon looks verging on like a child’s toy. What’s more, it doesn’t take long to understand that the Bichon can be your happiest and most excited friend.



The Bichon, as he’s warmly called, is identified with a few little breeds: the Coton de Tulear, a pooch who started off the African coast on an island close Madagascar; the Bolognese, reproduced in northern Italy close to the city of Bologna; the Havanese, from Cuba; and the Maltese, created on the island of Malta in the Mediterranean. Bichons likewise seem to have started in the Mediterranean and to have been taken along on exchange courses into different nations.

Bichons might be little pooches — extensive examples reach scarcely a foot in stature — yet they’re solid. Regardless of their modest size, they’re not named a Toy breed by the American Kennel Club; rather, they’re individuals from the Non-Sporting Group.

Bichons are constantly white (in spite of the fact that puppies might be cream or light yellow), with bruised eyes and dark noses. Their angled necks give them a pleased, certain look, while their all around plumed tails bend effortlessly over their backs.