It's COLD outside . Many animals have no permanent home. If a PET is on your Christmas Wish List. Please, Please, read everything you can able the breed before you decide. When you are reading you'll learn bringing an animal home during the Holiday may not be best. Regardless. . . PLEASE CONSIDER ADOPTION! Adopting is like recycling - it just makes good sense. The animals in our family are recycled FLUFFS, they didn't arrive at our home in PERFECT condition but they are now PERFECT and full of confidence. Consider giving a HOME to one of these special creatures.
Debra Graham an animal rights advocate and a lawyer in Charleston introduced us to the SMALL PAWS group eight or more years ago. Since then we have provided temporary homes to many animals, we have transported. The Rescue Groups and your local ANIMAL SHELTER NEEDS DONATIONS at this time of year more than any other. GIVE your time, your money, buy pet foods, toys, stop and ask what you can do to help!
IF you are considering a ' Small White Dog' may I recommend Bichon Frise and also Small Paws Rescue.
The Bichon Frise is a small, sturdy, white powder puff of a dog whose merry temperament is evidenced by his plumed tail carried jauntily over the back and his dark-eyed inquisitive expression. This is a breed that has no gross or incapacitating exaggerations and therefore there is no inherent reason for lack of balance or unsound movement. Any deviation from the ideal described in the standard should be penalized to the extent of the deviation. Structural faults common to all breeds are as undesirable in the Bichon Frise as in any other breed, even though such faults may not be specifically mentioned in the standard. Size --Dogs and bitches 9 1/2 to 11 1/2 inches are to be given primary preference. Only where the comparative superiority of a specimen outside this range clearly justifies it should greater latitude be taken. In no case, however, should this latitude ever extend over 12 inches or under 9 inches. The minimum limits do not apply to puppies Size --Dogs and bitches 9 1/2 to 11 1/2 inches are to be given primary preference. Only where the comparative superiority of a specimen outside this range clearly justifies it should greater latitude be taken. In no case, however, should this latitude ever extend over 12 inches or under 9 inches. The minimum limits do not apply to puppies. NOTE my parents dog Mordi weights almost 30lbs Rescue Bichons come in all sizes!
Welcome to Small Paws® Rescue, the largest Bichon Frise rescue effort in the country! We are a 501C3 not-for-profit organization and your donations are tax deductible!