What is Cushing's disease in bichon frise dogs?

Answer Cushing's disease is a hormonal imbalances that strikes older dogs. In bichon frise, it can present most obviously as a loss of the fuzzy coat.Breed CharacteristicsBichon frise are small, cheerful ... Read More »

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Do bichon frise dogs help with depression?

On One Hand: The Love of a Lap DogThanks to a merry temperament and a tendency to slavishly follow their owners around from room to room, the bichon frise is one of the most effective canine remedi... Read More »

What is the personality of bichon frise dogs?

The bichon frise is a small yet vivacious dog breed that is popular with families because it is typically gentle with children. Though usually lovable and friendly, this breed is also susceptible t... Read More »

Are hiccups a symptom of Cushings disease in dogs?

Cushing's disease is often mistaken for the aging process in older dogs. Symptoms will mirror the aging process and can be confusing for the pet owner. If you suspect your dog has Cushing's disease... Read More »

Is the Bichon Frise a toy dog?

A Bichon Frise is not classified as a toy dog by the American Kennel Club. A Bichon Frise is considered a member of the Non-Sporting Group. The AKC first recognized this breed in 1972.Source:Americ... Read More »