Description: The Bolognese (pronounced [boloɲˈɲeːze]) is a small breed of dog of the bichon type, originating in Italy.The name refers to the northern Italian city of Bologna.It is part of the toy dog group and is considered a companion dog.They love attention, and make good house pets. They are good at socializing with other dogs, big and small.
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Description: A Brief History of the Bolognese Dog Breed aka Bichon Bolognese The Bolognese dog is an ancient breed with somewhat of a mysterious origin. No one knows where these cotton ball dogs actually come from.
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Description: The Bolognese belongs to a related family of dogs that include the Bichon Frise, Maltese, Havanese, and Coton de Tulear. All of these breeds have a similar appearance and temperament. Of the group, some breeders believe that the Bolognese is the brightest thinker and problem solver. He is also, by far, the hardest of those breeds to find.
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Description: The Bolognese and the bichon frise are similar dogs. They both belong to the bichon family group of breeds, which includes the Bolognese, bichon frise, coton de tulear, Havanese and lowchen breeds. The Bolognese, in fact, was once called the bichon Bolognese; that is, the member of the bichon family from Bologna, Italy.
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Description: The Bolognese is also known as the Bichon Bolognese. Share Bolognese can be seen in tapestry work produced by Flemish craftsmen dating as far back as the 17th century. The Duke Frederico Gonzaga ...
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Description: The Bolognese belongs to the Bichon group, originating from small white dogs called “Melitensis,” which were widespread in the Mediterranean countries. This breed is a cousin to the Maltese, the Havanese, the Bichon Frise, and the Coton de Tulear and Lowchen (Petit chien lion). These breeds are not related to the toy breeds of the far east.
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Description: The Bolognese, also known as the Bichon Bolognese or the Bolo, is an Italian dog of noble origin.Its small figure with a long, wavy and white coat makes the Bolo look like a dog in the fairy tale or a smooth cotton ball. Smart, friendly, adaptable, curious and humorous, the Bolo is considered ideal as a companion. On average, Bolognese dog price is about $900.
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Description: Bichon Bolognese are non-shedding and hypo-allergenic dogs. To the delight of their owner's, Bolognese sometimes jump on their hind legs while waving their paws in the air. Bolognese breeders call this the "Bolo" dance. We have beautiful Bichon Bolognese puppies for sale! Each Bolognese puppy receives special care and attention from our family.
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Description: The Bolognese (pronounced ‘bowl-owe-KNEES’), shares its early ancestry with the Bichon Frise and the Havanese, likely descending from ‘Bichon’-type breeds in southern Italy in the 11th and 12th century. It is named after the Italian city ‘Bologna’, and sometimes called the ‘Bichon Bolognese’.
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Description: Bellissimo Bolognese started out with one female Bolognese named Tizziana. I chose to start out with one female so, I could devote my undivided attention to one litter at a time and to learning what constitutes a good breeder. I have now expanded my Bolognese family to include Evangeline, who blessed me with five fine puppies her first litter.
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