Would you like to know about the Bichon Frise breed spectrum? This is about the current colors of the Bichon Frise breed. And the peculiarities of those colors. If you are aware of my previous articles, you will now believe without any doubt that the Bichon Frise breed is a cute pet dog. To the best of your knowledge, I have revealed a lot of information about the Bichon Frise breed that you may not have known before. Are you already a Bichon owner? Or do you hope to become a Bichon owner in the future?
Then you need to know all the information about it. The first thing you think about when choosing a pet is the color of your Bichon Frise breed. By the end of this article, you will have a good understanding of the color of your bichon.
Why you should choose the Bichon Frise breed?
The Bichon Frise dog is popular with many dog lovers because of its long fur and soft coat. Also, this dog breed of French origin is the perfect lap dog you know well. The special feature of this Bichon Frise breed is that it is always active, loving, and bichon wants to please his owner. This breed of dog is a great friend to children. Although bichon originated in France, it is currently among the 50 best and most popular dog breeds in the United States.
As mentioned above, there are many good reasons to choose Bichon as your pet. There you can choose your favorite Bichon Frise breed in 4 colors.
The main colors of the Bichon Frise.
First of all, the information presented here is for your knowledge, according to the American Kennel Society’s standardization of the Bichon dog breed. There are 4 main colors in the Bichon Frise breed. But if there are other colors besides these, they are not so famous. But those unknown colors made up of a combination of these main colors.
According to the American Kennel Society(AKC), the color of the Bichon Fries dog includes the following information:
following to the United Kennel Society (UKC), the color of the Bichon Fries breed includes the following information:
According to the Canadian Kennel Society (CKC), the color of the Bichon fries breed includes the following information:
According to the Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI), the color of the Bichon fries breed includes the following information:
Bichon Frise breed for many years from the beginning of the Bichon dog according to the above colors. Therefore, bichon breeding is rarely found without these colors.
So if your pet bichon has a different color than these, it’s because of mixed genes. Worried that your Bichon color is now out of standard colors?
Yes, it can be a problem in some way. Because your Bichon Frise breed lacks standard colors, the opportunity to participate in American Kennel Club dog competitions is limited. But don’t worry. You can apply. Often they will consider your dog and give you a chance at AKC competitions.
As you can see from the diagrams above, the primary color of this bichon breed is white. Any other color make by mixing with white color. If you’ve seen black or brown Bichon Frise breeds, it’s a combination of other dog breeds.
Eye and nose color of the Bichon.
This awareness is about another standardization reserved for Bichon Frise according to the rules of the Kennel Club. There is standardization and guidelines on the colors of the fur coat as well as the color of Bichon’s eyes.
The criteria for Bichon’s eyes are not only that the eyes are round but also that the color of the eye is always black or brown. Also, the shape of the eyes should be a healthy almond shape. These eye colors should never be the other colors. The skin around the eyes of your pet Bichon Frise breed should be black or dark brown. It’s a very good look for Bichon’s eyes. And that’s why his eyes pop out when you look at Bichon.
Bichon’s nose is always black. But it may also have a pink tinge to it. Bichon Frise’s month is also sometimes referred to as the butterfly nose. The reason for this is the pink color around the black nose. In addition, this nose is sometimes referred to as the Dudley nose. That’s when your pet’s nose is covered in flesh-colored.
If your pet’s nose has a different color than this, it could be a problem for your dog’s health. Therefore, it is important to inform your pet’s veterinarian about this.
White Bichon Frise.
As mentioned earlier, the main color of the Bichon Frise breed is white. Because, the white color of bichon’s, they attract the attention of many dog lovers. This color quickly attracts the attention of those who see it. Also if you are already a white bichon owner I think you have experienced that your bichon gets dirty quickly by playing outdoors. So it is very important to pay more attention to Bichon’s bath every week.
You don’t have to explain that Bichon’s first color was white. This white color adopted as the standard color by the French Kennel Club in the early 1930s. The main reason for that standard the little white Terrier dog breed named “Milou” from “Tintin’s Adventures”.
The terrier breed in this story rooted in two breeds, the Tenerife and the Bichon. The FCI later suggested the name Bichon Frise. Its “fries” means “wavy”.
In addition to the white color of this Bichon Frise breed, you can consider another color if you think your dog should be unique.
White & apricot Bichon Breed.
This breed is the second variant of the main Bichon breed. Although their main color is white, apricot can be seen all over their body. This apricot color is found primarily on the ears, face, and various parts of the body. If you are wondering what the color of the apricot is, it is slightly white to light yellow-orange. The color is very subtle and the apricot color is subtly different from Bichon’s base white. This apricot color not limited to bichon dogs. This color can also be seen in other dog breeds. If most of your pet bichon’s are apricot-colored, this is a good opportunity to mix with a poodle.
White & cream Bichon Frise Breed.
This color called “cream” but is actually the same color intensity as the bichon and other breeds. As with other colored bichon breeds, this color is found on the bichon dog’s ears, face, and body. This color is also often found in Golden Retriever dog breeds.
White & buff Bichon.
White and buff are often white and apricot in color as well as white. It is difficult to distinguish these color differences from the Bichon puppies. This color is light brown to yellow. The colors spread on the face, ears, legs as well as chest area.
Importance of colors in this breed.
Bichon has a unique beauty because of the variety of colors it possesses. But of course, choosing a dog based on these colors is not that important. In addition, each dog has its own unique characteristics.
Participating in AKC competitions is no problem with these main colors. But in addition to those colors, Bichon Frise dogs of other colors also have a separate permit to participate in those waves. But right now most dog owners don’t put their pets up for these competitions. That is their will. There is no advantage to choosing these dogs by color.
Final conclusion about the color variations of the Bichon Frise breed.
It does not matter if you have a Bichon pet that matches the main colors or a Bichon that has a foreign color other than the main colors. This is because having different colors is often caused by a different breed of dog. It sometimes adds uniqueness to that dog.
If you are thinking of getting a pet bichon with the main colors mentioned in this article, beware of breeders looking to catch you selling mixed breed bichon pups because the bichon pups they have are often not pure bichon breeds. But no matter what color a dog is as a dog lover it doesn’t matter to you. All that is needed is love.