The Chinese Frise is a mix between a Bichon Frise and a Chinese Crested purebreds. They are called hybrid dogs. Information about their general characteristics and personality traits can be predicted by studying about their parent breeds. A comparative study of the parent breeds of this hybrid reveal that the Chinese Frise are small size dogs that can have features like any of their parent breeds. They normally have facial features of a Bichon Frise with body resembling that of a Chinese Crested. They have fine and dense coat and they are found in white or black and white & black combination.
These hybrids are alert, cheerful and social dogs. They are good with children and should make very good family pets.
They are found in solid black or white and black and white mix colouring.
Their coat is fine and dense and it may require frequent grooming.
Being cheerful, social and alert, these dogs are very good choice as family pets. They get along very well with small children in the family. These small dogs will alert the family if they sense something unusual around them.
Both parent breeds are hypoallergenic breeds and the resulting hybrid is no different so they should not be allowed in a hypoallergenic persons room.
Training a Chinese Frise should not be a problem as they have no issues like willful and independent behavior.
They should be given moderate walk and exercise opportunities.