|Beautiful Bichon Frise puppies in New Germany, Minnesota. Breeders of Bichons for 30 years.
breeding Bichon Frise Dogs for family pets. All Bichons have a 1 year health guarantee for soundness.
Bichon Frise Puppies are socialized and started on puppy house training. The Bichon Frise puppies have
their first set of puppy shots and are wormed prior to going to their new homes. Our Bichons have the
best of care and diet. We raise all our Bichon puppies in our home not in outdoor kennels. Bichon Frise
dogs will be your next favorite pet. Call 320-485-4144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Bichon Frise Puppies In Minnesota
35 years experience breeding registered champion pedigree Bichons.
Beautiful Bichon Frise puppies with dark eyes and full coats. They Look like the
Bichons in the magazines and calendars.
Sire is from 6 generations of champions. His sire was featured
on Bichon World Magazine
Bichon Frise Puppies will mature around 8 -13 pounds, we only have a couple of
litters a year and they are raised with us in our home. With lots of love!
NEXT LITTER DUE Fall 2014 Males and Females $1000 for pets
Registered for show or breeding $1200
RESERVE YOUR NEXT PUPPY NOW!
I update with information and pictures all through the process. The puppies are
born in my laundry room with a heated floor next to my kitchen. They get a lot of
social interaction with our family. They have a Vet check, first set of puppy shots
and are de wormed. The come with a plush toy that has been with Mom and
siblings for comfort when they go home with their new family. Puppies will go to
their new home around 8 weeks. You will also get a some of the puppy food we use
to mix it with the food of your choice. To be on our waiting list you will need to send
a deposit for $100 to the address below.
Laura and Paul Robideau
3920 Yancy Ave.
New Germany, MN 55367 Bichon puppy at 4 weeks
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Country of Origin: The Bichon Frise (meaning ‘curly lap dog’, also known as a ‘Bichon Tenerife’ or ‘Bichon a Poil Frise’, if you want to be fancy about it)
descends from the Barbet, a Mediterranean breed. They were brought home from the Canary Islands by Italian sailors in the 1300’s and became
popular pets for the French and Italian upper class, including King Francis I. Bichon Frises sank in popularity through World War I to the point of nearly
being lost, but survived via their popularity as tricksters, accompanying street minstrels. French breeders in the 1930’s made an effort to revive the breed,
which finally took off in popularity after being brought to America in the 1950’s.