Bichon Frise Puppies for Sale in Reno, NV
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Bichon Frise Characteristics
Bichon Frise will have no problem being your happiest and most enthusiastic furry companion. They’re an energetic, playful, and smart breed that is loved by all. With its smiling face and charming attitude, this breed is a perfect introduction to dog ownership for beginner dog parents and apartment dwellers alike.
Often mistaken for Teacup Poodles, the Bichon Frise typically stands at around 9-11 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh between 7-11 pounds. Often with white, black, or brown coats, Bichons are rumored to have originated in the Mediterranean and to have been taken along on trade routes into other countries. Despite their small stature, they're not classified as a Toy breed by the AKC; instead, they're members of the Non-Sporting Group.
Because they don't shed like other breeds, Bichons often are recommended for people with allergies. You may want to consult a doctor before purchasing one, however, because not everyone reacts the same way to a Bichon's hair. Like other small breeds, Bichon's can be trained easily to perform well at agility, obedience, and other competitions. This breed also excels in therapy work due to its gentle nature and doll-like appearance.
Many people are likely to overprotect their Bichon Frise due to their size and cuddly nature, but this can ultimately make your dog more fearful and spoiled. It’s good to be mindful of dangerous situations that your dog might be in, but allowing your dog to navigate encounters with other dogs, animals, and people without interfering unnecessarily will help instill your dog with confidence.
How dog-friendly is Reno?
A study from WalletHub reviewed some of the largest American cities to see which are the most pet-friendly. In their study, Reno is ranked the 65th most pet-friendly location. The city is a relatively affordable place to own a dog, ranking 49th overall in the pet budget category.
Dog parks and outdoor activities in Reno
Reno has a variety of dog parks and other outdoor activities for your pup to enjoy. Some of the most popular dog parks in the city include Virginia Lake Dog Park, Whitaker Dog Park, Link Piazzo Dog Park, and Rancho San Rafael Regional Dog Park.
In Reno and the nearby area, you’ll also find several fun hiking trails for when you want to take a nature-filled walk with your dog. A few spots worth exploring are Mayberry Park, Flume Trail, and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.
Life in Reno with a dog
Reno has over 50 pet-friendly restaurants meaning you and your dog will have plenty of options when you want to go out to eat. The Brewer’s Cabinet, Wild River Grille, Two Chicks Reno, Walden’s Coffeehouse, and Squeeze In.
According to Wallethub, Reno has the most pet businesses per capita. This includes pet stores, spas, daycares, and groomers. The city is also a great location for when you need to find a place to live with your dog. A study from Zumper ranked Reno the 27th best city for pet-friendly rental listings.
Each year, there are various events celebrating dogs and their owners. For example, Barktoberfest where you and your dog can enjoy food trucks, live music, a fun run, and other dog-friendly activities.
If you have friends or family visiting the Reno area, they’ll have dozens of pet-friendly hotels where they can stay with their dogs. A few of the more popular dog-friendly hotels in the city are Whitney Peak Hotel, Sonesta ES Suites, and Staybridge Suites.
Popular dog breeds in Reno
Reno is home to a variety of dog breeds. Some of the most popular breeds in the city are Golden Retrievers, French Bulldogs, Beagles, Poodles, Rottweilers, Chihuahuas, Border Collies, and Pitbulls. So, whichever breed you choose to bring into your home, your new pup will find many fellow dogs across the city.
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