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How to raise a Bichon Frise?

Bichon Frise is a kind of cute dog. It is one of the most favorite small animals in the family. There are certain techniques in the breeding of Bichon Frise. If you have no experience in raising them, it may cause health problems. Let’s take a look at how we should raise Bichon Frise dogs.

1. Growth height of Bichon Frise

First of all, let’s talk about how big a bear can grow. Generally speaking, male bears reach the highest value when they are one and a half years old. Their shoulder height is about 218cm and body length is about 40cm. Female bears are slightly smaller than bear dogs. The shoulder height is generally 25cm and the body length is about 36cm.


2. Living environment requirements for Bichon Frise dogs:

In the beginning, the owner of the bear should pay attention to it. When we take the bear home, we should comfort the bear first, mainly by holding it in my arms and touching it for a while, so that the bear can feel the warmth of the new environment, so that the bear can quickly adapt to the life of the family. Bixiong is a kind of sensitive dog, so it has very high requirements for the living environment. This is mainly because it often needs to be accompanied by someone. The owner must accompany the bear for at least one hour a day. This needs special attention, which is related to the health of the bear.

3. Regularly trim the Bichon Frise dog’s hair

Bixiong is a kind of small dog. Its body hair needs to be repaired regularly so that it can always be very cute. If the owner is not familiar with the method of trimming the hair, the owner should not cut the dog himself, because the poor technology will hurt the bear, so the owner can go to the professional pet beauty shop to trim the hair for the Bichon Frise dog.

4. Vaccine

We need to pay attention to the fact that the body of the bear is smaller than that of the bear, and the resistance is lower. Therefore, we must give the dog all the main anti-epidemic needles. In this way, the health of Bichon Frises can be guaranteed, and we can be more assured.


5. Diet of Bichon Frise

There are many places to pay attention to in the breeding of Bichon Frises. Special attention should be paid when feeding water. It is not allowed to feed tap water directly, which will cause gastrointestinal inflammation of the bear. We should use boiled water to feed, the temperature is moderate, so your bear is very healthy. The digestive function of Bichon Frises is very general, so we should choose better dog food to feed. Don’t use your family’s food to feed the bear, which will cause great damage to the renal function of the bear. Also, don’t let the Bichon Frise eat human food, because the ingredients in these foods can make the dog cry. Of course, Bichon Frises can’t always eat dog food alone. After all, the nutrition of dog food is not very balanced. We should make some sweet potato and Yujiao noodles to feed, and we can prepare some vegetables to feed. But we should be careful not to put seasoning, which is very important. It is understood that dogs who eat dog food for a long time live a third longer than those who eat human food for a long time, and their body odor, breath, and excreta taste will be much lighter. Therefore, the owners of the Bichon Frise puppies are mainly fed with dog food.
The owner should not let the baby bear eat food that is difficult to digest, because the dog’s teeth and intestines may not be able to eat dry food, so it is better to soak the dog food and then feed it, in addition, do not feed it raw eggs and viscera, not only these things are not easy to digest, but also easy to cause diarrhea. Generally speaking, the owner can feed the dog food in broth or goat’s milk. At the same time, pay attention not to let the bear cub swallow some poultry and fish bones, because these bites, will hurt the internal organs.
Many parents think it is not good for dogs to eat salt, because they advocate that dogs should not eat human food, or the food they eat should not contain too much salt, which will pose a health threat to the Bichon Frise. Therefore, some owners plan not to give the Bichon Frise any salt, or even to dip it with salt. In fact, this view is extremely wrong. Although long-term feeding of some salty food to a Bichon Frise does stimulate its stomach and kidneys, it can also cause fatigue if the food is not salty enough. Because salt also contains trace elements such as calcium and magnesium, which are essential for the growth of Bichon Frise dogs, so if the food they eat does not contain salt, it can not grow up healthily. It may be that the owners may be puzzled. How much salt is appropriate for the general Bichon Frise dogs? In fact, the most appropriate salt intake is 0.4-0.7 mg per day for the Bichon Frise dogs weighing about 1 kg.