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Hello everyone, my name is Janet, and I am a super adorable Apricot colored “F1” Bichpoo puppy with gorgeous white markings. I was born on September 5th… My parents are super friendly, and they love playing with children and adults. I should mature around 9-12 pounds and I will be registered with ICA; I will also be microchipped with a MARRS microchip for your peace of mind and my personal security. I will be current on my dewormings and vaccinations and you will receive a copy of everything that I have been given. I should be old enough to leave here after I am 9 weeks old, so any time after November 7th you can plan to pick me up… your little bundle of energy and love. I already have cute pictures, but these will be updated as I grow older and more adorable with each passing week. Don’t wait to make me your very own special companion, I will be the talk of the town wherever you plan to go this holiday season. Puppy kisses are my specialty, and I can’t wait to snuggle and cuddle while the music is playing in the background…adopt me today and your life will be so much more exciting and worthwhile with me to share it with.

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Size: The Bich Poo varies in size and appearance, depending on its parents and whether it is bred from a Standard, Miniature, or Toy Poodle. On average, Bich Poos weigh 6-15 lbs (3-7 kg).
Coat: The Bich Poo has a soft, curly coat. Most Bich Poos have little dander and do not shed, making them a good match for those with allergies. Owing to its Poodle heritage, the Bich Poo comes in a wide variety of solid or mixed colors. White and apricot are most common; other colors include gray, black, and chocolate. The Poochon may be groomed like a Poodle or with a fluffy Bichon style, or given a shorter, low maintenance ‘puppy cut’.
Character: The Bich Poo is sensitive, responsive, and affectionate. Bich Poos love to play and have a seemingly endless supply of energy, though they are not as hyper as some breeds and are happy to curl up on the couch for a nap. On the other hand, Bich Poos may have sudden spikes of energy which cause them to run wildly around the house, like the Bichon Frise. The Bich Poo is very intelligent and clever; it has a habit of entertaining its owner with clever tricks. Bich Poos make good watchdogs.
Temperament: The Bich Poo is friendly toward strangers, children and other dogs. Bich Poos are great companions for kids, but should be supervised around young children to prevent them from teasing the dog or playing rough. Since the Poochon is a hybrid, it may exhibit characteristics of both the Bichon Frise and the Poodle.
Care: The Bich Poo must be brushed regularly and groomed every two to four months, depending on grooming style. Bathe only as necessary. The Bich Poo has a lifespan of 12-15 years. The Bich Poo may be susceptible to health problems affecting the parent breeds, such as allergies and eye cataracts, but as a mixed breed it is somewhat less likely to suffer health problems than purebreds (known as ‘hybrid vigor’).
Training: The Bich Poo is intelligent and therefore easily trained. The Bich Poo can learn a variety of tricks and behaviors very quickly. The Bich Poo enjoys working with its owner and requires a consistent training approach.
Activity: The Bich Poo is an active dog requiring daily exercise such as a walk, playtime in a fenced-in yard, or a visit to the local dog park, though it can meet a lot of its exercise requirements through indoor play. Most Bich Poos enjoy swimming. Bich Poos are great dogs for an apartment or condo.


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