Bichon Frise Puppies avalible from Honey Ridge Puppies
About Bichon Frise Puppies avalible from Honey Ridge Pup
Our 2011 puppies male puppieswill cost $450 each with limited registration. Our females wil cost $500 each with limited registrations. If you would like to breed your puppy we charge $100 more ($550 and $600 respectivly). Check out our online photo album for more pictures at http://picasaweb.google.com/honeyridgepuppies
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About us and how we raise our puppies.
All of our puppies are born and raised in the living room. Mom and Dad are members of our family and live in our home with us.
We start our puppies on the Super Puppy Training regimen the day they are born.We love to play and cuddle with our puppies. Because they share our home with us they are kennel trained and start potty training between 5-6 weeks. All of our puppies have a spa day once a week starting at 4 weeks old. Spa day includes a bath, blow-dry and nail trimming. We also clean their ears and give them a good cuddle when they are finished. This litter of puppies will have their dewclaws removed, their first shots, and check up by our vet, and will implanted with a Home Again Microchip. They are registered with APRI and UABR.
We believe that it is very important to socialize puppies very early and often. The puppies start socializing with the animals that we share our home with when they are about 3 weeks old. The puppies love to play with the bunnies, cats and Dexter our pot bellied pig. As soon as they have had their shots we will be going on lots of trips to the park(weather permitting) and Petsmart.
Families are welcome to come and visit with the puppies, just give us a call to arrange a visit.
We can, weather permitting, arrange shipment to most larger airports in the US for an additional fee(apx $350).
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About The Breed: Bichon Frise
Bichons originate in the Mediterranean region (possibly the Canary Islands), and were bred as lap dogs for the French royalty. They were originally called the Bichon Tenerife. The dogs ended up on the streets during the French Revolution, where they were caught and trained to be circus dogs. But their earliest orgins are traced to the African subcontinent. Description
A Bichon Frisé is a small breed of dog. They are popular pets, similar to poodles. They are often devoted to their masters. They also have a common fondness of licking their owners. General Information
Care must be taken to keep the face of a Bichon Frisé clean and trimmed, as eye discharge and mucus tend to accumulate in the hair that grows in front of their eyes, which can lead to serious problems. Furthermore, Bichon owners must take care to thoroughly clean their dog's hind (anal) area with a damp cloth after each bowel movement, as the breed's curly hair will quickly tangle in an environment of dried excrement. The hair, however, can be puffed up if groomed correctly, and their tails curl over their back. Physicality
9 to 12 inches, 10 to 18 pounds.
Color - Almost completely white, sometimes with cream, apricot or buff shadings usually around the ears. At least 90% must be white in a purebred Bichon for show. At least 50% must be white in a Bichon Puppy for show. Color fades during the first year of life. During this time the coat also changes from puppy fluff to frise.
Face - Expression should be alert, soft, inquisitive. The eyes are usually very dark, either black or dark brown. The skin surrounding the eye is also very dark. The nose and lips are always black. The ears are drop and covered in long, flowing hair.
Coat - The undercoat is soft and dense while the outercoat is curly, giving it a powderpuff look. The coat feels thick and should spring back if touched.
Muscle-The muscle tone is of exceptional quality, especially the lower thighs and buttocks area. Talents and Skills
Watchdog, agility, competitive obedience, and performing tricks.
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