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Top 3 Small White Dog Breeds

Whenever you buy a dog, you want one that will look amazing as a puppy and as an adult. People have different preferences and they want their dogs to look beautiful and lovely. Or at least this is how I feel. Unsurprisingly, plenty of people opt for small white dogs. If properly cared, their fur is bright and shiny, while the white appearance can make them glow in the night. So what are your options?

Havana Bichon
Havana bichons are intelligent, sociable and happy. They are attached to their masters and will always love to hang around them. As for kids, they get along very well, but with one condition. They tend to become sad if kids do not treat them nicely. However, every dog out there deserves some respect. When it comes to the maintenance, the Havana bichon needs at least three brushing sessions every week, only to clear the dead hair. The good news is that it never sheds, but then, you have to trim the hair around the feet and ears. Otherwise, it might encounter slight problems while walking.

Coton De Tulear
Coton De Tulear dogs represent the royal breed of Madagascar. Although it might be stubborn sometimes, it is normally very active and vigilant. The dog will never forget its master and loves everyone around, including kids or other animals. Even when it comes to strangers, these dogs will never attempt biting them if they are friendly with the master. However, since it has a thick fur, you have to brush it everyday for a few minutes. Shedding is not a problem either. As for bathing, it is highly recommended to do it once or twice a year. Make sure that you trim the excessive hair between the toes though.

Bichon Frise
Finally, the Bichon Frise is one of my favorite breeds because its face always looks friendly and joyful. It perfectly describes its behavior. The dog is very gentle and sociable, but quite friendly as well. It might be a little suspicious when it comes to strangers though. However, seeing them on a regular basis will give the dog some confidence. It has no problems with kids and other animals either. But then, just like for other similar breeds, the fur requires a lot of maintenance. It must be trimmed as well or it becomes problematic after a while. I had a few bichons before and I used the hair cropper once or twice a month. Make sure that you wash the dog on a regular basis too, especially if you want the fur to feel fluffy and bright. My bichons used to love the maintenance care, so they never caused any problems while cropping their hair or bathing them.