The Bolognese is a small companion dog breed. It means these dogs are extremely social, love to be with their owners and require lots of care and play
The Bolognese is a small companion dog breed. It means these dogs are extremely social, love to be with their owners and require lots of care and play. These characteristics are true not only to young puppies but we can also enjoy their clownish, kind nature throughout their whole lives!
Even in adulthood, Bologneses see the world at the intellectual level of a 4-5 year-old child. This means that if we want to be a good mom to such a puppy, we have to be patient with him and don't leave him alone at home.
For those who live very busy life, travel a lot by plane, have very young children, or work 6-8 hours a day away from home - well we have to say them this is not the right time of their life when they could be the perfect moms& dads for a puppy.
While owning a little Bolognese is extremely rewarding, it is important to remember that pet ownership is also a huge responsibility :)
FEMALE OR MALE PUPPY?
All puppies are sweet!
Who can say they’re not the most adorable companions you could ask for?
They are all sweet, cuddly, wiggly, snuggly, and affectionate.
For some reason, many times people have a pre-determined idea that female puppies are easier to train and exhibit less aggressive behavior, but in actuality boys are just as easy. In fact, female puppies usually rule the roost, and are very independent and territorial.
Females will let you know who’s boss right away and will try to establish dominance.Males are very playful, attentive, affectionate, and want to please you. They are also motivated by food (remember the way to love is through the stomach or something like that) and so males are quite easy to train. Boys love to play games and they are fun loving all their life.
Females, as they age, are a little more reserved. While the independent spunkiness of the female is attractive, so is the gentle, attentive calmness of a male.The one myth that needs to be debunked is that males are always
“humping” or liftingtheir leg to potty on everything. If a male is neutered early, he rarely exhibits these traits. In fact, boys who are neutered by 5 months of age usually don’t ever raise their leg to potty.So when considering a puppy, don’t forget those boys. They win your heart and keep it.