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Bichpoo puppies for sale from local Bichpoo breeders. Information about Bichpoos as adult dogs.
Also known as , Bichpoo, Poochon, Bichoodle, Bichon Poodle.
The Bichpoo is a combination of a Bichon frise and a Poodle.
The appearance of the Bich-Poo can vary from one to another. The two most characteristic features of the breed are its coat and ears.
The ears are long and hang loosely. The eyes can be triangular or rounded. The nose is large and can be pink, brown or black. The Snout can be long or medium size. The breed has a small frame, but is muscular. The tail is long and fluffy and hangs low. Legs can be medium to long size due to the poodle side.
Coat and Colors:
The coat is curly and has a fluffy look to it. Bichpoos come in variety of colors like white, brown, red, apricot, tricolor beige, golden, etc. The color of the Bichpoo is set by Poodle side.
Bichon Frises as well as the Poodles are Hypoallergenic, (Have less tendency to provoke an allergy reaction) as result, a BichPoo will be Hypoallergenic too.
The Bich-Poo is good-natured and high-spirited. It is also intelligent and responds well to training. The Bich-Poo can be easily housebroken thans to the Poodle's intelligence. Bich-Poo have a friendly nature which extends not only to its family, but also to welcome guests. They have a protective nature and will effectively guard its owner's property; not to the point of attacking an intruder, but will bark to notify an intruder's presence. The Bich-Poo is suitable in a household with children and other household pets. It will adapt if placed in a home with existing children, but raising it with them is the ideal situation.
Anywhere from 6-20 pounds.
Health problems are not as prevalent in mixed breeds. However, it is still too early to determine if any genetic conditions exist within the Bich-Poo.
Ideal Living Conditions:
The Bich-Poo is energetic, but will do fine if kept indoors. It is also suitable for a backyard, as long as there is a fence.
The Bich-Poo is moderately active. It requires exercise and playful activity. The exercise doesn't have to be vigorous. Taking it for a walk will fulfill its need for exercise. More physical activity is required for types that are kept indoors.
Average of 15 years life expectancy.
An average of 4-5 puppies
The coat of the Bich-Poo sheds very little, so it requires very little maintenance. However, the coat easily becomes matted and tangled, so some attention is necessary to keep it smooth. Having a professional grooming service cut the coat down as it becomes long is recommended.
The origin of the Bich-Poo is unknown.
Group: The Bich-Poo is not a pure breed, so it is not recognized as a group. It is a cross between a Poodle and the Bichon Frise