The Bichon Frise is known for its meekness. Even if we yell at it, it doesn’t have any temperament. Instead, it wags its tail, stretches out its mouth, and looks at us with a smile. But even the most docile Bichon Frise is still angry, especially when it comes to the following things, the Bichon Frise has a great chance to get angry and even bite randomly.
Don’t think the Bichon Frise doesn’t feel too stuffy at home. But if the owner keeps him in the darkroom, he will be angry. After all, for the Bichon Frise, staying with the owner’s family and friends can make him feel more belonging. However, it is no doubt that it is not so comfortable to deal with the dark and narrow dark room, which will make the Bichon Frise bark and bite things at random.
We can hardly see a dog that is not afraid of fireworks and firecrackers. The Bichon Frise dog is no exception. It is disgusted that it suddenly sends out loud noise and bright objects, which will make it very irritable and dazzling. And the Bichon Frise dog’s hearing is very good, of course, the sudden loud noise makes it very worried. At the moment, the pet owner should try his best to comfort him, such as holding him in his arms, giving snacks, and dispersing his concentration with small toys.
The Bichon Frise dog’s gentle temper is indeed very friendly to passers-by. It is not easy to bark at passers-by, so it can be regarded as a small dog that can let passers-by approach. However, no matter how docile the Bichon Frise is, he will keep a certain vigilance to passers-by. If he finds that passers-by have been too presumptuous to him, he will be more and more alert, and then with the change of time, he will become more and more irritable. At this time, the owner must prevent the bear from biting others.
The most disgusting area for a cat to be touched is its abdomen, while that for a dog is its nose. Compared with bears, the dog nose is very important. If there is even a little problem, it will certainly harm the physical and mental health of the dog. So even if you’re a pet dog, if you pinch the Bichon Frise’s nose, it’s likely to make it angry.
As for the tame Bichon Frise, the owner is everything to him. Don’t think he is friendly to everyone, but only the owner can make him sincere to himself. Therefore, if the pet owner ignores the Bichon Frise, it will make him feel restless, and feel that he has not become important. At that time, he is not only grumpy but also likely to suffer from depression.
Although Bichon Frises love hugs, they also hate too tight hugs. After all, it was only so small, if it was firmly embraced, it would make it breathless. And the Bichon Frise dog can only feel the warmest of the host’s hug. If ordinary people want to embrace it, they don’t have to hug it tightly, otherwise, it will be angry at that time. Therefore, if the tame Bichon Frise dog is still alive, please don’t be too subjective.
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