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Bichon frise
Scientific Name:
Canis familiaris
Family Name:
9-12 inches (23-30 cm.)
7-12 lbs. (3-5 kg.)
Usually all white, but can be cream, gray or apricot.
Life Span:
about 15 or more years.
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Bichon frise

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Bichon frise Description
  The Bichon Frise is charming and a puffball of a dog that has a loosely curled double coat. The textured outer coat is lined with soft, fine, silky undercoat that is 3 to 4 inches long and is virtually hypo-allergenic. It is shown clipped like a poodle or long haired with clippings only at the feet and muzzle. The Bichon Frise should be trimmed for a rounded appearance. Its moderate muzzle is not pointed and its stop is only slightly accentuated. It has round, dark, intelligent eyes, a scissors bite and hanging ears that are well covered with hair. It has a long neck and a well developed chest. Its tail is curved over its back.  
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