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The Bichon Frise club of Canada assumes no responsibility for any correspondence or agreements between the member breeder and a potential buyer. This page is solely for contact information purposes only.View our Breeder Code of EthicsFind Bichon in dogs, puppies for sale | Find dogs and puppies locally for sale or adoption in Vancouver : get a boxer, husky, German shepherd, pug, and more on Kijiji, free online classifieds in Canada.The BC SPCA is now accepting adoption applications for 36 of the 44 miniature poodle-bichon frise cross dogs seized from a Brentwood Bay home on Jan. 9. The owner of the dogs signed over permanent legal custody of the 36 dogs this week, while custody of the remaining eight dogs is still in legal process.Anyone interested in adopting one of the 27 adult dogs or nine puppies is asked to fill out an adoption application form and email it to the Victoria SPCA Branch at Victoria@spca.bc.ca or drop it off at the shelter at 3150 Napier Lane, Victoria. The branch will review the applications and will call to set up appointments with potential adopters next week, once all the dogs have been spayed and neutered.
The dogs were taken into care after their owner failed to comply with SPCA instructions to reduce the number of animals in the home resulting in living conditions which jeopardized the welfare and safety of the animals. While in care of the BC SPCA, the dogs were treated for any medical issues and were bathed and groomed.The BC SPCA Cruelty Investigations Department carries out more than 6,000 investigations into animal cruelty and neglect each year and relies on support from the public to fund its work. If you can help, please donate online at spca.bc.ca or through the BC SPCA’s Provincial Office at 604-681-7271.Original story: January 10, 2013BC SPCA seizes 45 miniature poodles from Brentwood Bay homeBC SPCA constables have removed 45 miniature poodle-bichon frise cross dogs from a residence in Brentwood Bay. One dog was deceased and 35 adult dogs and nine puppies were taken into care on Jan. 9 after their owner failed to comply with SPCA instructions to reduce the number of animals in the home.
A number of the adult females are believed to be pregnant.“This individual is not a typical breeder although puppies were occasionally sold to the public,” says Lorie Chortyk, general manager of community relations for the BC SPCA. pug puppies for sale medway
“In this case the person hoarded animals and allowed them to breed unchecked in the home. blue english staffy pups for sale cairns
The number had escalated to the point where the animals were not getting adequate care and the living conditions jeopardized the welfare and safety of the animals.staffy pups for sale in preston lancashire
” The animals were taken to the BC SPCA’s Victoria Branch, where they are being examined, bathed and groomed, treated for parasites and are receiving care for any medical issues. The adult females are also being examined to determine how many are pregnant.blue staffy pups for sale toowoomba
“These kinds of hoarding cases are always very sad, and our goal is to protect the animals and to ensure that an individual does not have custody of more animals than he or she can properly care for,” says Chortyk. siberian husky for sale in waco tx
She said the SPCA has had concerns about the individual in the past but the conditions during previous inspections were not serious enough to allow the society to legally intervene.lhasa apso puppies lowestoft
“We tried numerous times to work with him to surrender some of his dogs for rehoming but he was very resistant,” says Chortyk. “While he did give up a few dogs to a local rescue group, the breeding and hoarding escalated to a point where we were able to secure a warrant to take action.” The dogs will remain in care at the Victoria SPCA Branch but will not be available for adoption until the legal custody of the animals is finalized. Anyone interested in adopting the dogs should check the BC SPCA’s Victoria Branch website for further information in February.The BC SPCA Cruelty Investigations Department carries out more than 6,000 investigations into animal cruelty and neglect each year and relies solely on support from the public to fund its work. Anyone wishing to support the care of the rescued dogs, and other animals in need is asked to donate online at spca.bc.ca or through the BC SPCA’s Provincial Office at 604-681-7271.Video caption: footage from intake of 45 miniature poodle-bichon frise cross dogs from a residence in Brentwood Bay
Note to media: You are welcome to take photos or video of the dogs – please contact Penny Stone, manager, Victoria SPCA Branch, at 250-588-4524 to make arrangements.The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a not-for-profit organization reliant on public donations. Our mission is to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.A Home Filled with Love for The BICHON FRISESummer Knight Kennels Is A Real Home Filled with Very Spoiled Puppies When you hear Bichon Frise Breeder you may think of a large breeding operation, you may have concerns about the care and attention that the Bichon Frise Puppies For Sale are receiving, but with Summer Knight Kennels lay all of your worries and concerns to rest. We are a family based kennel. Jordi and I take care of all the puppies in our home.Not A Kennel But A Home We are not a kennel but really a home. We are a small operation so that we have the ability to provide the very best care for all of our Bichon Frise.
We operate on a smaller level and with our 14 years of experience we have the ability to provide ample amounts of the proper attention to each one of our puppies. These puppies grow up getting caring attention from our whole family in our own home from the time that they are born so that they are able to reach their full loving potential.Good Home To Forever Home We like to think of ourselves as providing a good home for the Bichon’s until they go to their forever home with you. You probably know that the way puppies act is largely a result of the care that they received or did not receive all their lives so our policy of only breeding a number of dogs that we can handle and care for ensures that you will receive puppies and dogs that are the best. They know how to give and receive love long before they come to you so you can just enjoy a Bichon Frise that only knows the warmth of a loving home. The fact that these puppies come from our home and not some kind of kennel lets you know that these puppies will be ready to be a part of your home and a part of your family as soon as they arrive.
Happy And Healthy All The Way To sum up, we believe that healthy and happy puppies make healthy and happy dogs. We care for the parents and the puppies in all the ways that we feel are best and we proud of the resulting loving animals. It seems like a simple formula but it makes all the difference. All the love and attention that these dogs need they receive every day along with proper nutrition. This makes for healthy and happy puppies that make your home a more loving place than you ever thought it could be. Consider getting your own Bichon Frise Puppy today.Summer Knights Kennel is a small kennel featuring The Bichon Frise. I believe that a healthy happy mother and father make happy healthy babies. We keep our dogs in the house and the babies are born and stay in my home until they are ready to go to their forever homes.We have a 1/4 acre fenced giving our AKC/CKC registered Bichon Frise lots of space to run and play with each other. Each day they spend a time out of doors enjoying the sunshine and fresh air.
We have a clean airy home with lots of fenced in area outside as well as access to an outdoor dog run. This gives our little ones a safe place to play and grow.Our puppies are given lots of toys that are changed every day so that they don't tire of them. We believe that puppies should be shown a variety of things to help them blossom into healthy adults. They are raised in the house so they are well use to the regular home activities and noises.We don’t force weaning puppies from their Moms, I have found that Bichon puppies are a unique breed that have a need for close social ties with their Moms and so are never prevented from spending time with their Mothers. Bichon mothers don’t wean their puppies. Also Bichon mothers don’t punish or push their young away but wait until the puppy is ready to wean itself around 6 and 8 weeks. I have a belief that the Mom’s know best. They are doing what they know is best without my interference and I found that I have been rewarded with happy healthy babies and parents.