• $500
We currently have purebred, registered and pedigreed Bichon Frise puppies. These are high-class Bichon puppies with exceptional markings. They are pure white with jet-black noses, lips and skin rimming the eyes. The parents weigh between 10 and 13 pounds. The mother is an exceptionally clean housekeeper and extremely loyal lapdog.

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If you want a Bichon Frise, you usually need to act quickly. There are far fewer available since the demise of puppy mills that used to produce huge numbers of small dogs. Those days are gone. In fact many rare breeds may once again be threatened with extinction. We usually get a lot of calls after all of our puppies are sold, from people who procrastinated.

Our Registered Bichon pups sell for $500. We refuse to sell our pups to online "pet stores" that typically will skin you for $3000 to 5,000 per puppy.

What do you normally get when you buy a purebred Bichon puppy?

1. Hypoallergenic
2. non-shedding
3. Usually 10-15 pounds, or smaller.
4. Gentle, happy, generally non-aggressive cuddling lapdog.
5. A dog with alert ears, but not overly nervous or "yappy."
6. A solid white dog, with no more than 25% light "apricot" variation. If any other color (black,grey, brown, etc.), it isn't a purebred Bichon Frise, but a cross-breed with undetermined personality and qualities.

Why is this important?

The original Bichon was a larger, ancient breed that originated as a seafaring companion for sailors. However, during the last millennium, this breed was picked up by European royal families as the preferred breed for human companionship. The monarchs often sat on their thrones with this little dog in their laps or nearby. And the royal heirs enjoyed them as constant playmates.

Think about it. When breeding dogs that would be given to royal children to play with, no chance could be taken with any specimen that might bite a royal child. This means that for hundreds of years, aggressive specimens needed to be weeded out of the breed if royal children were to have their ideal pets. This would account for the Bichon's known trait for being loyal, happy-go-lucky, non-aggressive family pets. In my 14 year attachment with this breed, I have never had one to bite. While they might seek to escape from hyper, aggressive children, I never have seen one even turn and snap at a child. However, if accosted in an unpleasant manner by, say, a playful Labrador pup, then the Bichon normally knows how to defend its dignity in a very appropriate manner, without creating a fight.

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