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I'm a fan of a breed of dog called Bichon Frise (Beeshawn Freezay). The Bichon Frise is a charming white puffball of a dog with a loosely curled double coat consisting of a textured outer coat lined with a soft, fine, silky undercoat that is 3 to 4 inches (7-10cm.) long and is virtually hypo-allergenic. When not groomed, their hair is curly. They have a scissors bite with round dark intelligent eyes and hanging ears that are well covered with hair. The neck is long and the chest is well developed. the tail with long 'feathers' is curved over the back. The Bichon is a most appealing little dog that loves human company. They have an independent spirit, are intelligent, affectionate, bold and lively. This charming, gentle dog is not a yapper. It has a self-assured, happy temperament that is easy to live with. These bright little dogs are easy to train and just plain old love everyone. They need people to be happy. This sociable trait also means that they are fine in the company of other dogs & pets and are excellent with children. Used as watchdogs and to perform tricks, this breed is competitive and obedient. They are small dogs ranging in weight from around 7 pounds to 20 pounds.

The Bichon Frise first appeared in the 14th century, a cross between the Barbet Water Spaniel and the Poodle. The Bichon was traded by Spanish sailors and became a favorite of the 16th century French royal courts. It was a popular organ grinder's dog and also a circus performer. Today the Bichon Frise is primarily a companion and show dog. To see more about Bichons, check out the sites below.

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In memory of:

Toby May 26, 1992-November 27, 2007;
Max June 5, 1992-January 12, 2005;
Lady February 14, 1985-June 10, 1995;
Bobcat July 4, 1974-May 26, 1992
Jazzy January 17, 1993-January 2004

If it should be that I grow frail and weak and pain does keep me from my
sleep, then will you do what must be done for this - the last battle - can't be won.
You will be sad I understand but don't let grief then stay your hand. For on
this day, more than the rest, your love and friendship must stand the test.
We have had so many happy years, you wouldn't want me to suffer so.
When the time comes, please, let me go. Take me to where my needs they'll
tend, only, stay with me till the end. And hold me firm and speak to me until
my eyes no longer see. I know in time you will agree it is a kindness you do to me.
though my tail its last has waved, from pain and suffering I have been saved.
Don't grieve that it must now be you who has to decide this thing to do. We've
been so close - we two - these years, don't let your heart hold any tears.
(author unknown)

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