(PRWEB) February 8, 2005
ÂI remember the first Bichon Frise we bought , Shani. She was a pure bred 7 week old female . Her favorite sleeping place used to be in one of my husband's old leather shoes. I didn't know then what questions to ask the breeder or what to look for when we went shopping for her. To cut a long story short we spent over $2000 on Shani over the first 2 years for 2 knee repairs and countless visits to the vet for on going allergy problems. If only I had known then what I know today about a Bichon's diet, exercise and general needs we wouldn't have had to fork out all that money. and go through that stress. I guess in a way its a bit like buying a car. If you don't know what to look for can easily end up with a car that is not really in good condition . Bichons generally are a very healthy, sturdy dog but like any breed have weaknesses to watch out for.Â
http://dog-guides.atspace.com/bichon.htm Bichon Frise guide.
Sharda Baker has spent many years studying the Bichon dog breed. Bichons do require special care but once learnt itÂs not that hard to understand their needs and care for a Bichon. They are worth every bit of effort of course as they will reward their owners a hundred fold in enjoyment and unwavering companionship.
Most owners may make the mistake and presume a Bichon Frise is cared for the same way as any other dog. They aren't and that mistake could cost the owners dearly in time, money and heartache. ÂI really get frustrated seeing Bichon owners ending up with big disappointments just because they didn't have the right information at hand. There is a better way.Â Says Mrs Baker.
"The Insiders Guide to a Happy, Healthy, Well Behaved Bichon Frise " is aimed at both new and old Bichon Frise owners alike with the never-ending task of taking care of their petÂs happiness and well-being. Topics covered include: Bichon Frise origin and history, Learn how to choose your new family member, The Bichon diet, Know how to groom your Bichon from day one, Learn all about toilet training and more.
For further details of the Bichon Frise guide visit: http://dog-guides.atspace.com/bichon.htm