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Bichon Puppies For Sale in PA Breed Info
Pronounciation: Bee-Shon Free-Zay
Country of Origin: France
Temperament: To start, Ridgewood’s Bichon puppies for sale in PA are fluffy, little white dogs who thrive on human company. They have an independent spirit, are intelligent and affectionate, as well as bold and lively. They are not known for “yapping” and since they have a self-assured, happy temperament they are a pleasure to live with. These bright little dogs are easy to train and love to be around people. They are naturally sociable, so of course they are fine in the company of other pets and are excellent with children. Because they are competitive and obedient, they are great as watchdogs. Bichons love to please their owners, so they are great at learning to perform tricks! In addition to fun things to learn, the Bichon Frise needs rules to follow, and limits to what they are allowed to do.
Ridgewood Kennels has been placing Bichon puppies for sale in PA, NY, NJ, DE, MD, and farther for more than 40 years!
All of Ridgewood’s Bichon puppies for sale in PA go home with a written LIFETIME warranty as well as all of their puppy shots completed.
See Ridgewood Kennels Bichon puppies for sale in PA below!
Appearance and Needs of the Boston Terrier
Height and Weight: 10-12 inches and 12-18 pounds
Coat: Thick and Fluffy, with wave or curl
Activity: Bichons will enjoy a good amount of activity and exercise if they have the room to do so. They are known for the “Bichon Blitz,” a very quick high burst of fun energy giving way to a very mild demeanor.
Grooming: Daily brushing is needed for coats that are kept long. Regular trimming every 4-6 weeks makes daily care much more manageable. It’s important to keep ears clean and free of excess hair as well as keep nails trimmed.
Shedding: Bichons will shed minimal to no hair so are considered a good choice for people who have allergies.
Life Expectancy: 11-14 years
Bichons originated in the Mediterranean Sea area and are a descendent of the Barbet Water Spaniel and the Poodle, also. Since they were from the Barbet, they were called the Barbichon, which was later shortened to Bichon. While they were traded all over the world by Spanish sailors, they eventually became a favorite of the 16th century French royal courts. Although they have a history of being circus performers due to their intelligence and ability to train, today the Bichon is primarily a family and show dog. Lastly, the Bichon Frise was first recognized by the AKC in 1972.
In 1993 we purchased one of your babies, a male brindle Cairn Terrier. We named him Mack, and for almost 16 years he was a member of our family. A wonderful dog, a joy to me and my husband, he went everywhere with us and loved it. We purchased him in 1993 in Ocean City, MD. He was very healthy and stayed very active, loving to chase a ball and very affectionate. He passed away on December 22, 2008. It was unexpected and peaceful, and he had remained healthy all his life. I thought you would like to know what had become of one of your babies. He lived a very long and happy life with us and he is greatly missed. When I purchase another dog, I will be contacting you to do so. Thank you so much
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Female Bichon Puppy
Forever homed in Lancaster, PA
Male Bichon Puppy
Forever homed in Hagerstown, MD