A little white dog that is the total bomb, if you want a loyal & faithful companion. My wife wanted a dog & settled on the Bichon because he is non-allergenic, and I basically acquiesed, with the provision tha he would be her responsibility. We got a rescue Bichon, and it is scary how closely he & I have bonded. He is truly my best friend, totally loyal, devoted, friendly, and playful. I work nights, and he is there at the door every morning when I return to welcome me home. He looks like a little puff-ball, but he is pure male, chasing lizards & rabbits with pure abandon. Great watchdog while I'm gone. I couldn't recommend this breed more - I only worry about the inevitable, as I will likely outlive him, but I don't even want to think about that. Get a Bichon, and you won't be sorry.
My wife wanted a Bichon Frise, and I rolled my eyes, but now we're inseperable...
A poofy little dog originating from the Mediteranian Sea area. They were very popular with wealthy French people and especially royalty before the French revolution, when they were cast into the streets.
That Bichon Frise has a giant poofy head.
A lap dog that is often confused with a poodle or Maltese. People who confuse a Bichon with these other dogs are often retarded
and out of the loop. If you have a Bichon, then you are part an elite secret society that is privilege to one of the funniest, friendliest, cutest, human-like
dogs on the face of the planet.
Other benefits of owning a Bichon is they don't eat too much and therefore their poops are relatively small. They know when to play and when to chill and like to cuddle at bed time. They don't shed and they don't bark very much.
They can be used as chick-magnets
if your a single guy
and are they are great conversation starters
, because they are so freakin cute. When you walk a Bichon it's rare that you pass somebody on the street and they don't smile, comment or somehow acknowledge your little Bichon.
1) I was walking my dog at the golf course and these two chicks were like "OMG, he's sooooo cute, what kind of dog is that?" "It's a Bichon Frise!"
Bichon Frises were circus dogs during the French Renaissance, and then people realized that they weren't even worthy enough for such a task and put them in trash cans all around France. Now the Bichon Frise resides in homes where it usually does not walk but instead is carried from its food location to the bathroom so it can shit comfortably and not have to put effort into anything. Bichon Frises do not possess enough brain matter to understand the concept of accomplishing things, and are generally referred to as worthless. They have been proven to evolve through a method other than natural selection because they would have been extinct thousands of years ago, killed off by mice or butterflies. Bichon Frises are afraid of life.
I have a Bichon Frise named Trotter. If you look at him, he barks at you until he forgets why he is barking, and then pees on everything within a 4 foot radius and begs for snacks. Nobody cares about Trotter.