No, I've never had one but a couple of my friends have owned them and they are really great, smart little dogs. Very pretty too :-)
Bichon frise is whut we used to say about them MacDonalds tater strings here in California afore valley girl talk went outta style.
We have two Yo-Chons, 1/2 Bichon Frise and 1/2 Yorkshire terrier, "designer dogs"
If you are interested you can see them at the below link.
one is on the cover of the magazine.
The Pet Planet Magazine
Cover Article VOL 6 Summer 2009 Issue, The Story of Destiny http://petplanetmagazine.com/emagazine. … _vol_id=18
My boyfriend's grandmother has one. He's nothing but a fat poodle.
My cousin has had many Bichon Frise dogs. They were always adorable, good natured and non-allergic (no shedding!).
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