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    Arrow Bichon Frise Looking For His Forever Home!

    Ok so I thought we had a home for this one but it fell through. So here we go again.

    We have a male Bichon Frise looking for his forever home. $600 ONO.
    Arki is a 4 and a half year old, desexed, ex-showdog, so he will need housetraining.
    He is an incredably loving little man, who is an ace on the lead, and just looking for a family to belong to and as an added bonus he is hypoallergenic.
    Bichon Frise, in french, literally means 'curly lap dog'. They are a cheerful, gentle mannered, sensitive, playful and affectionate breed. Bred to be companion dogs, the Bichon Frise tends to get along well with both children and other animals.
    Arki lives up to the breed ideal.
    I have found that his coat, while high maintainance, is not as difficult to keep as a poodle coat, it is denser and does not knot as much.

    He is at my place now.
    If you are interested please let me know.
    Email on mailto:eryn.scott@yahoo.com.au
    or call 0448408794

    Ps. please do not mind the other posts on this thread. I would have opened a new thread but this one was already here
    Last edited by Ashaari; 06-03-2010 at 05:08 PM.

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    Aw, all the best in finding a great forever home for Arki, Ashaari.

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    Thanx... If you do know anyone who might like him we would love it!

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    Would someone really spend $600 on a 4 year old? Is he de-sexed? Do you expect people to breed him if not?
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    I agree with AussieMyf that he should be desexed before re-homing..I would be very concerned about him being bred from.

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    The Op doesn't state whether he is de-sexed or not, so he very well may be. If Arki is not de-sexed, I agree he should be before going to a home as a family pet/companion.

    Myf, $600 isn't much for a pedigree Bishon Frise. Expect to pay anything upwards of $1000 for an adult GSD of that age.

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    But why would you bother spending that much unless you were going to breed or show him? Whereas he may be de-sexed already
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    But why would you bother spending that much unless you were going to breed or show him? Whereas he may be de-sexed already
    Aye?

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    IMO it should be why would you NOT bother spending x amount of $'s on a dog that you are prepared to give a home to and hopefully have a companion for life wether or not it is for show or just a pet. If someone isnt prepared to spend money -- walk away and wait for the right person to come along.

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    Ok, I can't explain it. Don't worry...

    Good luck finding a home
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