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If you have young children, especially toddlers, supervise their interaction with your Bichon. Make sure your Bichon is familiar and comfortable in his collar, especially if he's a puppy. Once your Bichon is well behaved inside, you can start taking him for short walks around the neighbor. If your Bichon seems nervous around big dogs, talk to him calmly and give him treats and praise if he stays calm. Consider enrolling in an advanced training class once your dog knows the basics of sit, lie down, and come here.
This version of How to Train a Bichon Frise was reviewed by Pippa Elliott, MRCVS on August 14, 2015.
Bichon Frises are quick learners in most aspects, but can be notoriously difficult to potty train. Keep it comfortable, with bedding and toys, and offer your Bichon a small treat before he enters his crate.
When you go to bed, go out, or are busy with household chores, your Bichon will need to be in his crate.
In particular, do not let your child interrupt a Bichon while he is eating, playing with his toys, or drinking water.


When a Bichon nibbles on hands or fingers, immediately place a toy or a bone in his mouth instead.
Bichons can be excellent walking companions, but like all dogs they do need basic leash training. While your Bichon should understand you're in charge, never engage in disciplinary behaviors like rolling a dog on his side, pinching his neck, or other physical forms of punishments. A professional trainer can help you teach your dog more elaborate tricks and, as an added bonus, training is a great way to socialize your Bichon. If you're interested in getting your Bichon certified for hospital or therapy work, look into programs available in your area. A combination of consistency, dedication, and positive reinforcement are necessary to properly train your Bichon Frise. You need to get your Bichon on a bathroom schedule and teach him outside is the proper place to do his business.
If you keep having problems with him going inside, despite following proper training protocol, you might want to consider paper training your Bichon. Bichons bite for a variety of reasons, whether it's to assert authority or an attempt to play. For example, if you want to teach your Bichon to "speak" say "speak" when he barks, and praise him.


If you're interested in dog training, there are a variety of paths to teach your dog more elaborate skills. This can be done by allowing the Bichon to walk around, as movement stimulates bowel movements.
When you begin teaching your Bichon Frise, start with "sit" and "lie down" as these are foundational commands.
Try to repeat the command 10 or 15 times a day until your Bichon learns to sit without hand gestures of constant reinforcement in the form of treats or praise. Not only can this strain a Bichon's neck, it reinforces the behavior by giving the dog attention for acting out. Ideally, you should be able to get your Bichon to sit when he's being disruptive with guests or before you take him for a walk.



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