Bichon Frise Breeders White Hall AR

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Oak Park Animal Hospital
(870) 534-8144
2810 W 28th Ave
Pine Bluff, AR

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Port City Animal Hospital
(870) 879-9888
3404 Camden Rd Ste D
Pine Bluff, AR

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Livestock Guardian Angels
(501) 847-8488
18000 Vimy Ridge Rd
Alexander, AR
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Anatolian Shepherd Dog

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Windsor Cavaliers and Westies
(870) 213-5128
PO Box 413
Mountain View, AR
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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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Arkansas River Reach Kennels
(479) 667-5177
3332 Eubanks Rd
Cecil, AR
Breeds
Pug

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Breshears, David E, Dvm - Oak Park Animal Hospital
(870) 534-8144
2810 W 28th Ave
Pine Bluff, AR

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Country Estate Bulldogs
(479) 996-4818
3946 Boone Rd
Greenwood, AR
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Bulldog

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Top Dog Bloodhounds
(479) 227-1017
11822 Valley Loop
Waldron, AR
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Black And Tan Coonhound

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Sunnydae Kennels
(870) 647-2233
14628 Highway 115
Maynard, AR
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German Shepherd Dog

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Degray Pekingese
(501) 817-0945
1633 Highway 7
Bismarck, AR
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Pekingese

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Bichon Frise - Guide to Bichon Frise

Bichon Frise Description: The Bichon Frise used to be called the Bichon Teneriffe because it was discovered on the island of Teneriffe in the Canary Islands. This breed, and its cousins, the Bichon Maltaise, the Bichon Bolognese, and the Bichon Havanese, all descended from the Barbet or Water Spaniel. When sailors brought the little dogs back to the European continent from the Canary Islands, they gained great popularity as lap-dogs of the royalty. However, after four centuries of luxurious living, royal tastes changed and Bichon Frise found itself out on the street where it soon worked its way into the hearts of the common people. The breed's amiable and cheerful personality assured its future, and after WWI, several breeder's joined forces and determined that the breed would be taken seriously. By the end of the 1930s the Bichon Frise was recognized by the French Kennel Club, but was not recognized in North America until the 1970s. The breed fits well in a family where room and activity levels are small or moderate, but where pampering is abundant.

Height: The height of a Bichon Frise is 10 - 11" (25.4 - 25.4cm) for dogs, 9.5 - 10.5" (24.1 - 24.1cm) for bitches

Weight: The weight for a Bichon Frise is 7 - 12 lbs (3.1 - 5.4 kg)

Coat Type: The coat of a Bichon Frise is at least 2" (5 cm) long and is soft and silky and somewhat curly. The usual color is all white but shades of cream or apricot are allowed. The Bichon Frise's coat needs frequent groomi...

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