Bichon Frise Club of Puget Sound
|How to Join the BFCPS|
|Membership applications may be obtained at any club
meeting or by contacting the club
secretary. A prospective member shall attend one club meeting before
applying for membership.|
Membership dues are payable when you join and each June.
|Members meet every 2 months in February, April, June (in conjunction with Bichons in the Park), August
(at the Enumclaw All Breed Dog Show), October and December.
For specific date, time and place please email either the
club secretary or the corresponding
|Club Officers and Email Links|
|Bichon Frise Rescue|
|We are dedicated to preserving the health,
welfare and lives of the Purebred Bichon Frise. If you know of a dog
that needs assistance, or if you are an owner who needs to find a new home
for your dog, please contact the Bichon Frise Rescue. Our local
contact is Sherry Watts at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Perhaps you have noticed that bichons readily
know the difference between dogs and bichons. They seem to be able
to spot (smell?) their own breed very quickly. They also seem to
enjoy playing with other bichons.
To allow the dogs and their owners some 'family' time, the BFCPS sponsors a Bichon's Day at the Park each year. This is a fun day with a variety of contests including best costume, best dog trick, and longest tail. Everyone brings a brown bag lunch. After lunch the dogs and their people get to mingle.
|BFCPS sponsored "B" and Fun Match|
|Each year the BFCPS sponsors an outdoor "B"
match. This AKC sanctioned event allows dogs to get some 'ring'
experience and lets club members learn from one another.
Pictures of the 2004 Bichons
"B" and Fun Match
See and print the Flyer and a Map.
You can also get a customized map at Mapquest.com.
If you have questions or comments about this web site please send mail to our
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Last modified: October 08, 2004