Rescue groups for Bichon Frise dogs, such as Small Paws Rescue and Bichon FurKids Rescue, put up adoptable dogs for adoption. Some humane societies and local animal shelters also take in Bichon Frises and strive to find them safe and permanent homes.
Small Paws Rescue and Bichon FurKids Rescue are breed-specific rescues that take in homeless, abandoned, neglected or abused Bichon Frises. Small Paws Rescue is one of the largest rescue groups for the breed in the United States. As of 2015, the group has hundreds of volunteers and thousands of members in about 26 countries. Find adoptable Bichon Frises from Small Paws Rescue on the group's account on Adoptapet.com and Petfinder.com.
Bichon Furkids rescues Bichon Frises and finds them a loving home in specific geographic regions, such as California, Washington, Nevada and Arizona. To find adoptable rescued Bichon Frises from Bichon Furkids, visit BichonFurkids.org and click Available Dogs on the primary menu. Dedicated in finding a safe and happy home for the dogs, the group requires customers to undergo a home and yard safety check conducted by volunteers.
Humane societies and local animal shelters may also have adoptable Bichon Frises in their care. These organizations usually advertise adoptable dogs on pet advertisement sites, such as Adoptapet.com or Petfinder. Many rescue groups also save Bichon Frises from local pounds and animal shelters.