“Bichon frise” literally translates to “curly lap dog,” which is certainly an accurate description of these little white dogs! Made popular by their use as circus dogs, Bichons love attention and excel in learning and performing tricks. Bichons are lively, cheerful and unconditionally devoted to their owners. They also tend to be more allergy friendly, because they are non-shedding and have hair instead of fur. Bichons are playful and affectionate, are great with children and usually weigh 10-15 lbs. as adults.
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Created by happy accident in 1996, the Cavachon is a cross between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Bichon Frise. The sweet, calm King Charles crossed with the people-loving, affectionate Bichon results in an adorable, friendly lap dog. Cavachons have large, warm “puppy dog” eyes, long floppy ears and a silky coat. The Bichon side of this designer breed brings lower-shed fur, which makes it a popular option for those with allergies. Cavachons are wonderful, easy-going family dogs and do well in apartments as well as larger homes.
Cotons are best known for their fluffy, cotton-like white coats and large, pronounced eyes. They are very adaptable dogs, have low exercise requirements, and are excellent with children and other pets. Cotons de Tulear love to be part of the family, thrive on attention, and excel as therapy dogs. Originally from the island of Madagascar, these companion dogs are still fairly rare in the United States, but are gaining popularity steadily due to their lovable, happy personalities.
Bichon Poo (aka Poochon or Bichpoo) is a mix of the Bichon Frise and the Poodle. This is the cutest and softest breed that you want to stay in bed all day long and cuddle with. Bichon Poo loves his humans and to be around them all the time when it’s possible. They are sweet-natured and highly-spirited four-legged friends. They are intelligent, fun, eager to please, and very easy to train. Bichon Poo has a friendly personality; he likes to approach people and make new friends. This breed has a high energy level; they get bored easily if they are left with nothing to do. Early socialization is very important for them; otherwise, they can become very needy and attached. Bichon Poo’s size varies, especially because the Poodle occurs in three different sizes. Bichon Poo’s average size is between 9 and 14 inches, and it weighs between 6 and 15 pounds.
The Shichon is a mix between a Bichon Frise and a Shih Tzu. This joyful and attentive breed tends to have a wavy, fluffy coat that is usually white, sometimes with brown Shih-Tzu markings. Shichons are playful, affectionate, and confident, and can make great watchdogs. They are easy to live with and do well in any size living space.
Borkie is a crossbreed of the Yorkshire Terrier and the Beagle, and don’t get confused by the Yorkshire Terrier and Bichon Frise mix. Borkies are fun and loving mix dogs; for their owners, it can be hard to resist them. This breed is very popular because it makes an excellent family dog. Borkie has a high energy level and enjoys being active, so make sure your Borkie gets plenty of walking and playing time in order to release his energy. This breed loves the attention; he will definitely bring a smile on your face. They love to cuddle and snuggle a lot; also, they can easily make friends with other people. Borkies tend to bark a lot and also can howl like Beagles. They are very smart and easy to train; they desire to learn new things, but be patient because they can become distracted easily. This is the breed that can easily be trained even to dance or walk in circles. Borkie is a small-sized breed and weighs between 20 and 25 pounds.
The name Boerboel (pronounced Boo-r-bull), AKA Mastiff, means farmer dog. They used to be used for protection against dangerous humans and animals in South Africa in the 1800s. This breed is known as one of the most powerful dogs in the world. When they bite, they are able to exert more than 450 pounds of pressure per square inch. However, with early socialization and proper training, they can be taught to behave really well even with young children. This breed is very intelligent and very easily trainable. They are extremely loyal and very protective of their pet family and home; also, they are amazingly calm and confident when they do their guard job. This large breed’s size varies between 24 and 30 inches and weighs 120 to 200 pounds.
The Maltichon is a crossbreed of a Bichon Frise and Maltese. They look like soft fluffy cotton balls and are rapidly gaining popularity due to their looks and compatibility with other pets. The Maltichon makes a good watchdog and companion and because of their handy size and good behavior, they make ideal family pets that are very compatible with apartment living.
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