It's a very intelligent, lovely, docile dog breed. The Bolognese is slightly more reserved and shy than the Bichon Frise and is very much attached to its master. It enjoys and forms a close relationship with humans so it could be your ideal family dog. It should be accustomed to people and noises at an early age.
Generally the Bolognese is friendly with strangers, but some are a bit timid. It needs very close human contact; it doesn't like to be left alone. Outdoors the Bolognese is vivacious and active; indoors it follows its owner possessively. If you and your family are busy and cannot pay attention to your Bolognese, expect it to howl mournfully. The Bolognese will get along very well with other household animals and is responsive to obedience training. It is always ready to cheer you up, be your best friend and love you unconditionally.
The regulations of each country regarding the transportation of live animals varies greatly. However, our 10 years experience of shipping dogs to over 80 countries makes us your best option to have your dog shipped. We fully comply with the regulations of each destination and make our dog's well-being the number one priority at all times. Our dogs get food and water during their travel and their crates are cleaned in an animal holding facility. They travel in a climate controlled room on the airplane, which insures that they are effected by the journey as little as possible.
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Airlines have strict regulations regarding the dimensions and quality of the crates allowed on board. The crate must be escape and leak-proof. It must be ventilated on at least two sides and must provide enough room for the dog to stand up and turn around. We make sure to provide the right crate ($75 value) for your puppy at no extra cost.
Our own veterinarian examines every puppy carefully before departure to make sure he or she is healthy and has no genetic or congenital disorders. Among others we check:
In addition, the official, on duty veterinarian at the airport checks each dog to make sure it is healthy and fit to travel. This is how all of our puppies are double checked before they travel.