Does the Bichon Frise shed hair?
Does the Bichon Frise shed?
I. Does the Bichon Frise shed hair?
Usually Bichons basically do not shed.
There are two reasons for Bichon Frise hair loss: one is that Bear Dogs normally change their hair. The second is that the bear dog has a serious skin condition. When hair loss is detected in a bear dog, the first step is to find out the cause of the hair loss and then to treat it in a targeted manner.
Beagle dogs will change their hair in the spring. The old hair will fall out automatically, and then new hair will grow. During this time, owners do not have to worry about hair loss in Bichons. This is a normal physical phenomenon for Bichon Frise. However, during this time, owners should comb their hair daily to clean up any hair that has fallen out.
A Bichon Frise with a serious skin condition can also cause hair loss. Skin diseases in Bichons are usually caused by the multiplication of bacteria on the hair. Severe ones can cause redness, swelling, spotting, and hair loss on your Bichon Frise’s skin. If this happens, you should take your Bichon Frise to the vet. First, disinfect the Bichon Frise’s skin, then rub it with a special ointment for a very effective treatment.
To prevent the Bichon Frise from experiencing diseased hair loss, owners should groom, bathe, and clean the living environment regularly throughout their daily lives. This is to ensure that the Bichon Frise has a clean and healthy body, away from skin diseases and to keep the beautiful coat from falling out.
How to cut a Bichon Frise’s hair
II. How to trim the Bichon Frise’s hair
Thoroughly process the hair and comb the Bichon Frise’s hair before trimming. When trimming the Bichon Frise’s head, be very careful not to hurt the dog’s eyes, nose and other organs. Trim the excess hair on your Bichon Frise’s feet, especially between the toes.
1 Before trimming the hair, treat the hair thoroughly and comb the smoother hair of the Bichon Frise. Trim as you comb, bringing the hair to the top, then trim the tips with scissors.
2 Take great care to trim the bear’s head without hurting the dog’s eyes, nose, and other organs. When trimming the hair on the dog’s ears, you need to observe the entire head in its trimmed state so that the entire head is fully integrated after trimming.
3 Trim the excess hair on the Bichon Frise’s feet, especially between the toes, and clean it carefully.
4 Trim the hair under and around the Beardie’s anus. The hair here should be trimmed as much as possible. The tail hair should be a little longer, but the whole hair looks better than a bear dog.
5 After trimming, the following dogs need to be looked at as a whole. If there is something that doesn’t fit, it needs to be trimmed again. After the haircut, the whole body is cylindrical from a distance and the whole body is well-proportioned and beautiful.
The bear dog