I. How do I develop a bond with my Bichon Frise? >
Do you know how to develop a bond between a human and a pet dog?
The Bichon Frise can’t communicate with you as normally as a human can, and the Bichon Frise’s sense of behavior is so different from that of a human. What is considered normal human interaction becomes threatening and invasive in the eyes of the dog, causing the dog to behave in a nervous and unfriendly manner. In this case, how should you develop a bond with your Bichon Frise?
Since we want to close the distance between us and our Bichon Frise and cultivate a deep bond, we as owners certainly can’t be too egotistical; dogs are smart but don’t have the same intelligence as humans after all. So in daily life, parents should spend more time to understand the knowledge related to Bichon Frise. Such as when the Bichon is happy, angry, sad and so on, what kind of behavior or performance will have. Take your time to understand what it means for a Bichon Frise to cock its tail and bark differently.
When the owner has a better understanding of the Bichon Frise, you know the Bichon Frise’s mindset and the message it is trying to send. You can give accurate feedback to your Bichon Frise, interact with it, and slowly develop a bond with your dog. Of course, there are ways and means to develop a bond with your Bichon Frise that you can follow:
1. Groom and clean your Bichon Frise daily. This is a very good way to get closer to each other. Combing your dog and gently stroking it will allow it to get to know you more carefully and let it feel your care and love.
2. Insist on walking and walking your Bichon Frise. It is also a very good way to communicate with each other.
3. At home, have some toys for your Bichon Frise and spend your free time teasing and playing with your Bichon, all of which are ways to foster affection. Remember: it is very important to communicate, communicate, interact, and understand in order to get closer to your Bichon Frise and develop a mutual bond.