About our Dogs
Occasionally we have adult dogs or older puppies available. Sometimes we receive our dogs back from owners that are no longer able to care for their Bichon for various reasons (moving, job change, or no longer have time to care for a dog). Also we sometimes have rescued Bichons available or retired show dogs. We are committed to our dogs and always take them back, whenever an owner is no longer able to care for them. We evaluate them and make sure they are up to date on their vaccines. We then foster the dog until a new great home can be found!
How to adopt one of our Dogs
If you are interested in one of our dogs you will need to send us your application by email. Here is the info we need
After we have reviewed your info we may call you and ask a few other questions. Please understand that we just want the best homes for our dogs and that is why we may call you. We care very much about our dogs and we will be selecting the owners for our dogs, that we think will give the best homes for them. Emailing us dose not necessarily mean you will be getting one of our dogs but you will defiantly be considered as a possible owner!
If you see any dogs available submit your application now (see info above).
Last Updated: April 2017
Name: Fairspride God’sCreatures Queen Hadassah
Birth Date: August 20, 2013
Price to Adopt: 2,500.00
About: Young adult family champion dog with CGC title and health testing. She LOVES everyone and gets along with dogs of all sizes, cats, horses, goats, and pigs. She’s potty trained to use a doggie door. She has her Canine Good Citizenship (CGC)/basic obedience training, she is an American Kennel Club Champion, she has Orthopedic Foundation For Animals (OFA) health testing numbers for heart, hips, elbows, eyes. She loves to play with other dogs and LOVES to be with people. She is located in Apple Valley California and we would love to see her go to a local home. She’s up to date on Rabies, DA2PP, and Bordetella. She’s also spayed already. Available to an approved home who will love her. This is an amazing little white cotton ball with a fantastic coat and tempermet!!! This is a real Bichon Frise show dog and the most amazing pet! 760-731-6472
There are no other dogs available on this page but check the “Nursery” page.
Adopted – King Xerxes The Bichon Frise
Last Updated: 5-1-16
Name: JOLINE’S FAIRSPRIDE GOD’S CREATURES KING XERXES
Birth Date: August 21, 2013
Age: 2 years
Weight: about 12-15 lb
AKC Number: NP35427502
Dogs Sire: CH JOLINE’S SLICK AS ICE NP08447304
Dogs Dam: FAIRSPRIDE CHANTILLY LACE NP19742201e
Measurements: At the withers 11 & 3/8 inches tall on 10-16-14
Health testing: O.F.A. Eyes tested free of observable inherited eye diseases on 12/6/14. Age at evaluation 15 months. Results, based upon the exam dated 12/6/14, this dog has been found to be free of observable inherited eye diseases and has been issued and Eye Certification Registry Number which is valid for one year from the time of the exam. Also his hips and elbows have been X-rayed and certified by the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals and found to be healthy. Also hid patellas have been tested. This is a healthy dog and all paperwork is in hand for viewing as well as online at —> this link <—. Xerxes will be neutered before going to his new family. Up to date on vaccines.
King Xerxes is now in a stylish pet trim!
Points won in the show ring: As of 4/14/15 Xerxes is now a Champion and now has 1 point towards his Grand Championship. He has won lots of ribbons including Reserve Winner, Winners, and Best of Winners several times. How a dog becomes a Champion: The American Kennel Club requires a dog to obtain a total of 15 points with two major wins (a major win is worth three points or higher) to become a champion. The majors must be won under different judges and at least one other judge must award some of the remaining points – so you need to win under at least three different judges. KING XERXES has proven under several judges to be more than just a purebred Bichon Frise. He is a Champion show dog meaning he is a prized Bichon Frise and not your average Bichon Frise, he is a quality dog!
About: King Xerxes is a retired Champion show dog and the perfect family pet that exceeds all other pets because he has proven to meet up to his breed standard unlike the average purebred Bichons Frises. If you are looking for a “Real Bichon Frise” here he is!!! He LOVES people, even children. He needs a family that has other dogs or a dog to play with. He’s great with dogs of all sizes, ages, and genders; he loves any friendly dog. He is also great with horses and some cats. He lives on a farm with chickens too but can’t be in the same pen with them but does find on the outside of the coop. He loves to snuggle in bed with someone too. He is also crate trained and will sleep 9-12 hours at a time. He will follow you all around the house and loves car rides. He plays toys and knows how to use the doggie door and drink out of water bottles. He does not dig is not much of a barker. He’s a great dog that is one of a kind and it’s not every day you have the opportunity to own a purebred champion with health testing completed.
Adopted – Napoleon the Bichon Frise
Status: Adopted as of 3-14-15
Birth Date: September 26, 2013
Age: 16 months
Weight: 17 lb
Health info: Napoleon was neutered on 2-6-25. He has had his Rabies vaccine and Bordetella. He has NO tear staining!
About: Napoleon was returned to on January 29, 2015 by his owners because they did not know hot to potty train a Bichon. It is very important to have male Bichons neutered early on and be consistent in potty training. Napoleon’s owners took very good care of him and did an amazing job socializing him. He is a very nice boy and loves people and other dogs. He is also good with kitty cats. He is smart and learned how to use the doggy door and drink from a lixit all in one day! We have now had him neutered and he is ready to go home! We are working with him on potty training and he needs a home that is knowledgeable in potty training dogs. He can walk on a leash and is very good for the groomer. He was raised with small children. We will be testing him also just to make sure he is as good as we know he will be with the little ones. He has been tested with strangers and he’s very happy to greet them; this boy is not shy. We are very pleased with his personality. He is going to make someone very happy!!!
Update: Congratulations to the Kokhavi family, the proud new owners of Napoleon! Napoleon now has a new dogging friend, children to play with, and constant human companionship. What more could a dog ask for? Thank you Kokhavi family for giving him such an awesome home!!!
Adopted – Duke the Bichon Frise
Status: Adopted as of August 9, 2014
Birth Date: June 2, 2012
Age: 2 years
Weight: 12 lb
Duke: Duke loves to play with other dogs and loves, LOVES people! Duke is approximately 10.5 inches tall at the shoulder and within AKC size standards for the Bichon Frise. He is good with bigger children, dogs of all sizes, some cats, goats, horses, and large chickens. He is up to date on his vaccines; Rabies, DA2PP, and Bordetella. He is groomed regularly and is a very good boy for the groomer. He was neutered a few months back and is all ready for his new home. He is an indoor dog. He knows how to use a doggy door too. He loves to sleep in bed with someone but he is also content to sleep in a kennel all night too. He is a happy little dog that enjoys life
Update: Duke is now with his amazing new family! Duke also has a new friend Jack Jack and he is a Bichon too. They hit it off so well their first visit together and we know they are going to be great friends. We are so happy for Duke!!!
Adopted – Mimi the Bichon Frise
Status: Adopted as of June, 2014
Birth Date: March 28, 2011
Age: 3 years
Weight: 15 lb
Mimi: Mimi has come a long way now from her old life before she came to us. She was not properly socialized but now she loves to play with our other dogs and has learned how to get along with cats for the most part She loves to have her belly rubbed and to sleep with someone. She is potty trained and know how to use a doggy door. She is up to date on vaccines and groomed regularly. She is an indoor dog. She gets along with mature children that will pet her nicely. She loves to be near you!
Update: Mimi is now in an amazing loving home as a single dog so she is being very spoiled! Her new family is giving her the best of care. Also Mimi’s family has stated “I’m glad we adopted her” & “We would never give her up!”.
Adopted – Alice the Bichon Frise Puppy
Status: Adopted as of September 7, 2013
Sire & Dam: Duke & Mimi
Birth Date: March 27, 2013 4:40 am
Age: About 5 months
Weight at Birth: 7.2 oz now weighs about 7 lb
Reason for adoption: Alice was returned to us by her previous owners that did not have enough time for her. They were very sad to let such a loving playful dog go but they knew she deserved a home with a family that can give her more attention.
Update: Alice now lives in a home that has 3 boys to play with. She is loving the play time she has with those boys! Also Alice’s mom loved our Bichon Alice so much that she adopted another one of our Bishons, Brave, to be a companion for Alice
Adopted – Duchess the Bichon Frise
Status: Adopted as of July 31, 2013
Birth Date: June 2, 2012
Age: About 1 year
Weight: About 11 lb
Reason for adoption: Duchess was returned to us by her previous owners that did not have enough time for her. They were very sad to let such a loving playful dog go but they knew she deserved a home with a family that can give her more attention.
Update: Duchess’ new mommy is just thrilled to have such an amazing loving dog and she can’t see how anyone could ever give her up! Duchess now has a big sister (a Labrador Retriever) to romp and play with and they are best friends :). This was the perfect home for Duchess.