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Fern Flett
Bichon Lovers
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About Me

Bichon Lovers are reputable breeders! Read pickapaw blog about us here: https://pickapaw.com/blog/meet-fern-bichon-frise-breeder-from-langton-ontario/

"Acknowledged for being responsible, trustworthy
and highly regarded for the health, temperament ,
beauty and size of their adults and their babies."

They take a Holistic approach to our Breeding program choosing food for nutritional value and not price.

They are natural rearing Bichon breeders.

They provide a very personal service, offer years of knowledge and on going puppy guidance at no extra charge. Health certificate, a written guarantee and CKC reg.

Canadian and International Championship bloodlines.

Puppies get their veterinarian wellness exam before going to their forever homes.

Everyone is raised in a relaxed healthy smoke free home with an all natural nutritional program and lots of tender loving care.

Visitors welcome.

References from happy puppy owners available. Pick a Puppy or when available one of our retired Bichon girls!

*** Puppy Inquiries ***
We rarely have puppies available. Please submit a request to join our waiting list here: http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-Application-Form.html

We breed our girls as people get on our waiting list.


We breed our girls as people get on our waiting list., 4 months ago

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  • *** Puppy Inquiries ***
    Please submit a request to join our waiting list here: http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-Application-Form.html

    We breed our girls as people get on our waiting list.




    65 Ways Rabies Vaccination Can Harm Your Dog, 4 months ago

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  • 65 Ways Rabies Vaccination Can Harm Your Dog
    Skin issues. There are many different types of skin issues, including dermatitis, yeast, alopecia (hair loss), hives, rashes, itchy wrists and ankles (where a lot of dogs chew themselves), abscesses, ear and eye infections and anal gland problems. Skin conditions are never “just skin issues” but are a manifestation of deeper underlying disease. Vaccination can cause allergic reactions because cells in the body called Langerhan cells are constantly scouting for antigen (which the rabies virus is full of). When Langerhan cells detect these foreign invaders (like bacteria or viruses), the body then sends out inflammatory cells to fight off the attacker by creating an allergic reaction.
    http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/65-ways-rabies-vaccination-can-harm-your-dog/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Paid-Post&utm_content=65-Ways-Rabies-Vaccine-Can-Hurt-Your-Dog&utm_campaign=Vaccine



    Update, 8 months ago

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  • I'm Seventh Heavens 7th angel girl. I was reserved by a nice lady but they had a family crises, so decided not to come get me, they will wait for a future puppy from a different litter. I love to cuddle and give lots of kisses. I am available for adoption today. Please call my mommy at 519-875-1482 if you know someone that would like to adopt me.




    Two Bichon puppies need a forever home., 9 months ago

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  • Mommy and Daddy says Trilliums one boy and one girl need a forever home for February 11th 2017... www.bichonlovers.com




    Two precious angel girls available for adoption on February 11th 2017, 9 months ago

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  • Two precious angel girls available for adoption on February 11th 2017

    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-2017-contact.html




    A few Bichon pups available February 11/16, 10 months ago

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  • Future reserved pups available for February 11th and 12th 2017

    Trillium babies born December 17th/16

    2 girls and 3 boys
    Girl # 1 Stephen (Markham)
    Girl # 2 available
    Boy # 1 Zhang (Waterloo)
    Boy # 2 Richard and Janis (Lakeshore)
    Boy # 3 available

    Seventh heaven babies born December 17th/16

    4 girls and 3 boys.
    Girl # 1 Zhang (Waterloo)
    Girl # 2 Voula (Toronto)
    Girl # 3 available
    Girl # 4 available
    Boy # 1 Jean and Glen (Windsor)
    Boy # 2 Miriam (Toronto)
    Boy # 3 available

    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-2017-contact.html






    If you need answers ...., 1 year ago

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  • There are no unimportant questions, so don't be afraid to ask us.
    Call us at 1-800-431-8480 for ANSWERS.
    http://answerspetfood.com/nutrition.html

    Fern Flett
    Bichon Lovers
    Natural Health Educator for people and pets
    Naturally & Holistically Reared Bichon Breeder for health and longevity
    Phone 519-875-1482
    bichonlovers@sympatico.ca
    www.bichonlovers.com




    Puppies available for adoption, 1 year ago

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  • http://www.bichonlovers.com/Puppy-s-available-Nov-27-16.html

    Fern Flett
    Bichon Lovers
    Natural Health Educator for people and pets
    Natural Rearing Bichon Breeder for health and longevity!
    Phone 519-875-1482 or email

    The Power of a Healthy Immune System
    in Humans and Animals








    Simonas. Baby Update one boy available November 27/16 , 1 year ago

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  • Update
    Simonas pups born October 1/16. Puppy Pick up dates
    Girl #1 & 2 from Simone Bichon Lovers keeping these pups
    Girl #3 Anna (Toronto) November 26@1pm
    Girl #4 Emma, Edgar ,Karen (Toronto) November 26@ 2pm
    Girl #5 Connie & Robert (Port Colborne). November 27@1pm
    Boy # 1 Sarah (London) November 27@2pm
    Boy # 2 Vicki (Toronto) November 27@3pm
    Boy # 3 Lindsay,Tony,Jamie,Camryn November@4pm

    Boy # 4 available
    To reserve to adopt this boy puppy call Fern @519-875-1482

    www.bichonlovers.com
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-2016-contact--B-.html
    Also reserved puppies for 2017 and 2018
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-2017-contact.html
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-2018-contact.html




    Future pre reserved puppies, 1 year ago

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  • Future pre reserved
    pups for November 2016
    Puppies Anticipating ready
    for adoption by November and December /16
    Reserve your new Bichon puppy today!

    Stay tuned for births !!!!!

    Simone's tentative due date October 1st/16
    Julie's tentative due date October 13th/16

    Reserved pups started
    Girl #1 & 2 from Simone Bichon Lovers keeping these pups
    Girl #3 Anna (Toronto)
    Girl #4 David R (Toronto)
    Girl #5 Emma, Edgar ,Karen (Toronto)
    Girl #6 Nancy (Val Caron)
    Girl #7 Stephen (Markham)
    Girl #8 Desneiges (Thornhill)
    Girl #9 Connie & Robert (Port Colborne)
    Girl #10 Zhang (Waterloo)
    Girl #11 Vicki (Toronto)

    Boy # 1 Yvonne (Mississauga)
    Boy # 2 Sarah (London)
    Boy # 3 Zhang (Waterloo)
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-2016-contact--B-.html

    Future reserved pups for tentative date March 2017
    Girl #1 Kim (Toronto)

    Future reserved pups for tentative date April 2017
    Nevadas babies
    Girl #1 Katherine (pup#2)
    Girl #2 Karen (Georgetown)

    Future reserved pups for tentative August 2017
    Girl #1 Phyllis and Donald (New Brunswick (pup#2)
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-2017-contact.html

    Future reserved pups for May 2018
    Girl #1 Elaine (Thornhill)
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-2018-contact.html

    Pups ready for adoption at 8 weeks old
    $250 non - refundable deposit required to be on Bichon Lovers puppy waiting list

    To receive a puppy information pack and lots of referrals
    Please fill out the puppy application form
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-Application-Form.html








    To those who love animals ...please watch and please share, 1 year ago

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  • I've added four new videos to my website page ...also adding more information weekly.
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Vaccine-dangers.html





    Benefits of Vitamin C to Your Dog | Whole Dog Journal, 1 year ago

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  • Vaccine dangers, 1 year ago

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  • Common vaccine reactions:
    Lethargy
    Stiffness
    Hair loss
    Lack of appetite
    Hair color change at vaccination site
    Conjunctivitis
    Fever
    Sneezing
    Oral Ulcers

    More serious reactions:
    Immunosuppression
    Granulomas and Absesses
    Behavorial Changes
    Hives
    Vitiligo
    Facial Swelling
    Weight Loss
    Allergic Hypersensitivity
    Reduce Milk Production (female)
    Respiratory Disease
    Lameness
    Allergic Uveitis

    Very Severe Illnesses:
    Injection Site Sarcomas (cancer)
    Glomerulonephritis
    Anaphylaxis
    Myocarditis
    Autoimmune Arthritis
    Encephalitis or Polyneuritis
    Poly arthritis
    Seizures
    Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy
    Abortion
    Autoimmune Hemolytic Anaemia
    Congenital Abnormalities
    Immune-medicated Thrombocytopenia
    Embryonic (fetal) death
    Thyroiditis
    For source reference to the above vaccine information
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Vaccine-dangers.html





    Natural Rearing , 1 year ago

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  • Natural Rearing is more than just a diet; it is a holistic Life style. It's about going back to how they ate thousands of years ago right upto today the natural ways and caring for your dogs as closely to nature as possible.

    http://www.bichonlovers.com/What-is-natural-rearing-.html






    Healthy adventure for your pets, 1 year ago

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  • STUDY ON DURATION OF IMMUNITY TO CANINE VACCINES, 1 year ago

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  • Evidence Based Veterinary Medicine Holistic Care / By Dogs Naturally Magazine, 1 year ago

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  • What is Natural Rearing?, 1 year ago

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  • What is Natural Rearing?
    Natural Rearing is more than just a diet; it is a holistic Life style. It's about going back to how they ate thousands of years ago right upto today the natural ways and caring for your dogs as closely to nature as possible. It’s about eradicating toxic substances from every area of life.
    Read more at
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/What-is-natural-rearing-.html




    Rabies Vaccination Can Cause Rabies Symptoms In Dogs, 1 year ago

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  • What do you do when you get that little reminder card in the mail from your vet clinic saying your dog is due for his rabies vaccination?

    Do you a) ignore it or b) dutifully bring your dog in for his shots?

    If your answer is b, you need to read on …

    http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/rabies-vaccination-cause-rabies-symptoms/




    , 1 year ago

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  • Your Dog Needs To Be Spayed Or Neutered – Right?
    A study done in UC Davis and published in February 2013 revealed some startling health consequences of neutered animals, both male and female. The research tracked 759 Golden Retrievers, and looked at early neuter (less than one year of age) vs later neuter (12 months or older) vs intact dogs and five common diseases:
    Hip dysplasia (HD), the arthritis of the hip joint common to dogs
    Cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) damage, the “football injury” of dogs’ knees
    Hemangiosarcoma (HSA), a type of cancer that can be fatal
    Lymphosarcoma (LSA), immune system cancer, usually fatal
    Mast cell tumors (MCT), yet another cancer that can kill dogs read more at:
    http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/your-dog-needs-to-be-spayed-or-neutered-right/




    Rabies: A Human Health Law for my Pet?, 1 year ago

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  • Rabies: A Human Health Law for my Pet?
    Useful questions to ponder when considering how you will interact with a law that can potentially harm your animal (see Vaccination Safety) are:

    1. Is my animal vaccinated against rabies already?
    2. If so, have I fulfilled the intent of the law to protect humans from my pet giving them rabies?
    3. If immunology shows a long lasting immunity to this viral vaccine, is it in my best interest or my pet’s best interest to continue following this law?
    4. Does anyone go door to door to check on my animals’ rabies vaccine status?
    5. If I choose not to vaccinate repeatedly for rabies, am I putting my animal at risk if he bites someone?

    The last question is what may ultimately scare people into following a law that can make their animal chronically ill. But remember, my goal is to arm you with information so you can act reasonably rather than in fear.
    Read more at http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/vaccination-rabies/




    So you can be next on our waiting list please fill out the application forms at http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-Application-Form.html, 1 year ago

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  • Dallas and Romeo babies born July 3rd 2016
    3 girls 1 boy (all reserved)
    Santana and Barkley babys born July 8th 2016
    2 girls 2 boys (all reserved)

    Dallas babies (all reserved). Pick up date August 30 &31/16
    Boy # 1 Pardis (Thornhill)
    Girl # 1 Karen (New Brunswick)
    Girl # 2 Adrian (Toronto)
    Girl #3 Ken & Sylvia (Windsor)

    Santana's babies (all reserved). Pick up date August 28th/16
    Girl # 1 Samson (Markham)
    Girl # 2 Phyllis and Donald (New Brunswick)
    Boy # 1 Marco (Toronto)
    Boy # 2 Michelle & Shawn (Nova Scotia)

    Future pre reserved

    pups for November 2016
    Maybe Trilliums puppies
    (waiting for Mother Nature not pregnant yet).

    Anticipating ready for adoption November or December /16 at 8 weeks old

    Simone's and Julie's tentative due date October 12/16

    Simone's tentative due date October 1st/16

    Girl #1 from Simone Bichon Lovers keeping this pup!
    Girl #2 Leanne (New Foundland)
    Girl #3 Leanne (New Foundland)
    Girl #4 Anna (Toronto)
    Girl #5 David R (Toronto)
    Girl #6 Emma, Edgear Karen (Toronto)

    Boy # 1 Yvonne (Mississauga)
    Boy # 2 Sheri (Nova Scotia)

    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-2016-contact--B-.html

    To be next on our waiting list please fill out the application forms at
    http://www.bichonlovers.com/Adoption-Application-Form.html

    Fern Flett
    Natural Health Educator for people and pets
    Natural Rearing Bichon Breeder
    Phone 519-875-1482
    bichonlovers@sympatico.ca
    www.bichonlovers.com

    The Power of a Healthy Immune System in Humans and Animals






    17 Reason The Bichon Frise Is The Best Dog Breed , 1 year ago

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  • 17 Reason The Bichon Frise Is The Best Dog Breed
    https://www.theodysseyonline.com/17-reason-why-the-bichon-frise-is-the-best-dog-breed

    Fern Flett
    Natural Health Educator for people and pets Natural Rearing Bichon Breeder
    Phone 519-875-1482

    bichonlovers@sympatico.ca

    www.bichonlovers.com

    The Power of a Healthy Immune System in Humans and Animals








    So if you’re one of the crazy folks who doesn’t vaccinate their dog, you might not be that crazy after all. Here’s what we do know about vaccines …, 1 year ago

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  • So if you’re one of the crazy folks who doesn’t vaccinate their dog, you might not be that crazy after all. Here’s what we do know about vaccines …
    Vaccines have never been proven to be effective.
    Vaccinated populations are proven to be more diseased than unvaccinated.
    Which is pretty ironic when we thought we were giving those vaccines to our dogs to protect them.
    I guess the million dollar question is, what exactly are you protecting them from?
    http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/why-vaccinate-your-dog/
    Visit www.bichonlovers.com for additional information




    Several studies prove significant health risks associated with sterilization, 1 year ago

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  • Several studies prove significant health risks associated with sterilization, particularly when done at an early age. The most problematic is a delayed closure of the bony growth plates. This results in an abnormal, skeletal development that increases the incidence of orthopaedic problems like hip dysplasia and patellar luxation.
    But by far the most startling news to surface this year is the result of a study that shows that keeping ovaries to the age of six years or later is associated with a greater than 30% increase of lifespan in female Rottweilers.4 Similar studies in humans reinforce this finding. 7,11
    A 30% longer lifespan means that you could have many additional years with your bitch simply by delaying spay surgery until middle-age or later.
    Behavioural studies show that sterilization increases fearfulness, noise phobias and aggression. Other well-documented adverse health effects of de-sexing include increased risk of bone cancer, haemangiosarcoma, hypothyroidism, and cognitive dysfunction in older pets. Sterilization confers an increased susceptibility to infectious disease, and also a higher incidence of adverse reactions tovaccines.10
    http://www.dogs4dogs.com/blog/2015/02/03/spaying-and-neutering-new-warnings-about-health-problems/
    www.bichonlovers.com




    Titre Testing: A Crash Course, 1 year ago

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  • Titre Testing: A Crash Course
    June 7, 2012
    When should you test titers?
    Test titers no sooner than 2 weeks after vaccination. Puppies may be tested before vaccination to establish when maternal immunity wanes and following the last vaccination after 14-16 weeks of age to determine if immunity was established.
    “… even a single dose of modified live virus (MLV) canine core vaccines [distemper, hepatitis and parvovirus] or MLV feline core vaccines [feline parvovirus, feline calicivirus and feline herpesvirus], when administered at 16 weeks or older, could provide long-term immunity [9 years or more] in a very high percentage of animals, while also increasing herd immunity.
    http://truth4pets.org/2012/06/titer-testing/





    Start a healthy adventure with your new puppy or adult pup, 1 year ago

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  • Start a healthy adventure with your new puppy with a chemical free life!
    Ask me how ... http://www.bichonlovers.com/Healthy-adventure.html

    Fern Flett
    Bichon Lovers
    Natural Health Educator for people and pets
    Natural Rearing Bichon Breeder for health and longevity!
    Phone 519-875-1482
    bichonlovers@sympatico.ca
    www.bichonlovers.com
    https://bichonlovers.my4life.com/shopping/default.aspx

    The Power of a Healthy Immune System in Humans and Animals




    How to Feed Your Aging Dog an Anti-Aging Diet, 1 year ago

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  • Contrary to what many pet owners and even some veterinarians still believe, studies indicate dogs (and cats) need more protein as they age, not less.
    In 1994, Dr. Delmar Finco, a veterinary nutritionist, discovered protein requirements actually increase as pets age.1 Even in animals with kidney failure, restricting protein doesn't improve their health or longevity.
    Since Dr. Finco's research was published, veterinary recommendations have changed. These days, we recommend that pets struggling with under-functioning kidneys and livers be fed excellent quality protein that is highly digestible and assimilable. We also recommend you restrict phosphorus in the diet, but not necessarily protein.
    We know that dogs, as carnivores, require lots of high quality protein not only to maintain good organ and immune function, but also to maintain healthy muscle mass as they go through life and the aging process.
    Some foods are metabolically stressful and some create low metabolic stress for dogs. Foods that generate the least amount of metabolic stress are whole, raw, organic, non-GMO, and in their natural form. These foods are biologically appropriate. All the moisture in the food remains in the food.
    I recommend serving your older dog food in its natural state to provide needed protein and moisture, and to insure the highest level of biologic assimilation and digestion.
    http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2015/12/16/dog-age-in-human-years.aspx?x_cid=ranart_dog-age-in-human-years_facebook-ps

    http://abc7chicago.com/pets/are-vaccines-making-dogs-sick/531640/

    Interview with the owner of the world's oldest dog .... http://www.planetpaws.ca

    Fern Flett
    Bichon Lovers
    Natural Health Educator for people and pets
    Natural Rearing Bichon Breeder for health and longevity!
    Phone 519-875-1482
    bichonlovers@sympatico.ca
    www.bichonlovers.com
    https://bichonlovers.my4life.com/shopping/default.aspx

    The Power of a Healthy Immune System in Humans and Animals




    Come and Get Naturally Immunized!, 1 year ago

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  • Ideas Are Infectious: Come and Get Naturally Immunized!
    Read this article only if you are open minded and ready to think for yourself, instead of allowing those who profit from vaccination to continue to influence you.
    Natural Immunity is a reality and is gaining more support with every passing day: http://bit.ly/1nWRPD6
    You know vaccinations are grossly over-provided in our broken system of veterinary medicine. The pushing of vaccinations by Dr. WhiteCoat throughout your animal’s life doesn’t add to her immunity. Not even a little. That’s what we know from veterinary immunologists whose life’s work is measuring and quantifying the immune response. And you know that vaccines are harmful. Chronic disease often follows vaccination, even a single vaccination. Read more at :
    http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/prevent-parvo-and-distemper-without-vaccination/

    www.bichonlovers.com





    Raw Meat: The Completely Healthy 'Pet' Diet, 1 year ago

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  • Raw Meat: The Completely Healthy 'Pet' Diet Your Vet Probably Vilifies In this video Dr. Karen Becker talks about raw meat diets for pets – why there’s nothing to fear and so much to gain by serving your dog or cat the food nature intended him to eat.

    http://bichonlovers.com/Daily-menue.html

    My prayers are you find this information useful. That your pups may live a life being healthy and happy.

    God Bless

    Fern



    Breeder's Info

       15 Years breeding

    Customer Reviews

    BoniLyn Trip

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    Fern Flett is an exceptionally knowledgeable, dedicated & devoted Breeder who tirelessly keeps in touch with her Pet Parents. Never too busy to be reached, never too busy to answer any questions. Her Mums and Dad Bichons are healthy, vibrant & healthy! She is proud to show you her entire kennel; we met our Bichon parents, and were able to see all of the pups as well! We adopted Two Twin Girls from Fern. They arestrong, healthy, happy, playful beautiful pups whom we love dearly! Fern doesnt just sell fantastic puppies she really goes out of her way to give you an Adoption! We got Mum's pregnancy pictures; newborn puppy pictures... regularly all the way thru their growth & development right up to the day we met them & took them home! We still keep in touch with Fern and think very highly of her and all the extra work that she puts into breeding her lovely Bichons. I wouldnt hesitate for a minute to highly recommend Fern & David Flett to any family wanting beautiful healthy Bichon puppy! She sets the bar for what all Breeders should be!

    Nicole

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    The kennel is top-notch. The dogs are so well loved and care for that I wouldn't hesitate to refer her to anyone. Always ready to answer any questions whenever you call or email. Shares her vast knowledge about how to raise your dog as natural as possible. The dogs always come first because it is not just a job but a labour of love. Blessed to have found an amazing breeder.

    Sherry larsen

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    Adopted 2 puppies from bichon lovers and the puppies are healthy and have fantastic personalities. They are very smart. Fern takes extra care in raising her puppies, providing them with natural nourishment to build their immunity systems. As a repeat adopter - I can honestly state that I feel my puppies have come from an excellent breeder.

    Marianne Wright

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    My dog is happy healthy sweet and exactly what the breed is supposed to be. No surprise health problems. Fern and David care about their work

    Judy Martin

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    Excellent breeder! Space where she keeps the puppies and Moms was immaculate. She cares about every puppy like it was her own child! Provides follow up advice even after puppy goes to new home. My dog is 11 years old now. He has had no significant health or behaviour issues. He is good with children and has been my constant companion.

    Grace Easton

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    Very knowledgeable breeder. Honest. Raises puppies with the utmost care for their health in mind. Their facilities are outstanding in cleanliness.

    Diane Bernard

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    We bought Koby 8 years ago and he is the the best dog in the world ! His temperment is so sweet and friendly. He is also very healthy and always has been. I would buy from Fern again . Excellent breeders !

    Janet Sharratt

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    Superb Bichon Frise breeder. Fern and David really put a lot of love and care from a very clean and neat nursery, to feeding their dogs a raw healthy diet and are always keeping their puppy owners up to date on ways to keep your dog healthy after they go to their forever home. Fern is always there to ask questions and gives very good advice and references to read if you have any questions. My Timmie is now 4 1/2 years old and is absolutely healthy and happy dog. He has never had any health issues, no skin allergies or other any other issues whatsoever. If you are looking for a breeder with a good reputation of taking care of her dogs and producing healthy puppies, Bichon Lovers is the place to go. They are very open to let you visit with them and Fern always screens her potential puppy owners to make sure they will love and care for her puppies as she and David do themselves. They love to stay in touch and see pictures of how their puppies grow into beautiful healthy dogs! I would give a 5 Paw recommendation.

    Susan Otto

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    Hi. Fern is over the top! Very caring, clean, and very well experienced breeder who certainly knows everything there is possibly to know about breeding, Bichons, and more. I would recommend Fern / Bichon Lovers to everyone..

    Sergio Brotto

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    We adopted Lola Love from Fern over 4 years ago and we were extremely happy with our entire experience during the adoption process and we continue to keep in touch with Fern to this day. We have referred many friends to Fern because of the way she raises her pups and cares for her pack. Fern has taken on a natural approach with her Bichons and it shows in the health of all her dogs. Recently did a full check up on Lola Love: all the blood work including titres, stool and urine sample. 100% healthy and happy. Fern is a wealth of knowledge. Listen and reap the benefits of having a loving, happy, healthy companion for years to come. I would encourage anyone looking for a Bichon to adopt from Fern.

    Kimberly Fudge-Hofstetter

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    I would recommend this breeder absolutely. I feel confident that you will not find another breeder who loves our fur babies like Fern does. I have 2 babies that I adopted from her, My wee Jessie Beth and my beautiful Maggie Rose, they will be 10 years old in October, and they have brought me nothing but Love. Fern has kept in contact with us, she has asked for updates on my babies, and offered advice when needed. They may be our Fur Babies but Auntie Fern plays the role well, keeping them a part of her life. I would without doubt buy from her again, and would recommend the same to anyone looking for beautiful fur babies.

    Lucia

    PawPawPawPawPaw

    Great breeder, amazing puppy.

    Florence &

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    We are so happy with our puppy Watson, he is a bound of energy and very loveable. We are very fortunate to have crossed paths with Bichon Lovers; It is obvious this is their passion, they take great care in raising healthy and happy puppies and willingness to share their great knowledge of doggies in general. Kudos to Bichon Lovers!

    Connie Bromley

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    Bichon Lovers is a fantastic breeder. Great care is taken to breed the puppies in a loving home environment that is chemical free. Fern goes out of her way to provide the best care information possible before and long after I brought home my beautiful puppy. I would recommend them to everyone.

    Marko

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    Awesome experience throughout the whole process

    Sylvia Poisson

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    I love Fern & Dave & read every article they send--they are the best in my opinion! They do not leave you without every bit of information needed!!

    Marielle

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    Fern cares very much for the animals she raises, and the end result is clear in her happy, healthy bichons with excellent temperament. She cares so much that she will go to any length to make sure they are healthy, including increasing my knowledge as an owner about the hazards of vaccines and making me aware of how corrupt the pet industry really is. I do believe however that she goes too far in her anti-vaccination beliefs, and she can be moralizing; she won't think less of you if you do decide to vaccinate your dog though. I am definitely a better pet owner because of her passion for healthy pets and I am forever grateful for my pup, Nessie. Thank you for all your hard work Fern!

    Karen Thompson

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    Very positive!!! Fern made me aware of issues I had never previously considered, such as feeding raw & the dangers of vaccines. Re the latter, we discussed this at length & I will be minimally immunizing my puppy. But as a result of much time spent discussing this with Fern, I have researched this & am able to make much wiser, safer informed decisions. Dealing with Fern was a pleasure. She was always available and pleasant. I felt very confident `adopting` a puppy from Fern, knowing that I was getting a high quality little animal. I have had Tilley now for two weeks & she has been an absolute delight!!!

    Denise Robichaud

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    We found this breeder to be a compassionate, informed, conscientious and professional person. We were pleased to find that the female dogs are bred a few times and then allowed to live a happy life within a family. The puppies are expertly weaned and fed only high quality foods. They are not vaccinated at six weeks, which is what the majority of breeders do. When Fern Flett sells you a Bichon puppy, you can be sure it will be a healthy and happy little dog! It is obvious that these puppies are well loved and cared for from the moment they are born. We would highly recommend this breeder.

    Yan Pan

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    We are extremely happy with our Bichon. He is full of energy, and Fern helped us get all the information we needed. Highly recommend to anyone considering a lovely Bichon pup.

    Anna

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    This was the best experience I have ever had searching for exactly the right puppy for my family. Fern and David were exceptionally helpful and responsive. Thank you very much!

    Mavis Schwyrie

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    I got Jorja from Bichon LLovers in 2004 and she is still going strong and this I put down to good breeding Thank you Fern

    Julia Richardson

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    Bichon Lovers are top notch natural breeders! We did a lot of research before we were lucky enough to find exceptional breeders like Fern and David Flett. We were so impressed with their natural, holistic approach to breeding that we knew we had to get our pup from them — even though they are located in Ontario and we live in BC. Fern and David are extremely knowledgeable and they raise their puppies in a loving, healthy environment. It’s just so obvious that they love what they do. We adopted our little boy, Cooper from them last Spring. He's a beautiful, happy, healthy little guy with a wonderful temperament. He loves everyone — especially kids and other dogs. He is so social and outgoing that we are planning to adopt another pup from Bichon Lovers this Spring — a little girl this time — so that Cooper will have a constant companion to play with. We have been very grateful for the excellent, ongoing support we have received from Fern. She is passionate about sharing the latest health information and has provided us with valuable advice that has helped us make informed decisions with regard to our pup’s health care.

    Céline

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    I loved my puppy. She adapted very quickly to our surrounding area.

    Jan PalasekDunn

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    Fern and David at Bichon Lovers Kennel run an incredible breeding operation. The place is clean and organized. All of the dogs and puppies are well cared for and loved. They recommend that you visit before you buy and they are available to answer any questions you may have. I recommend them without reservation or hesitation.

    pardis

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    Fern is an amazing person; she is honest and courteous and has so much knowledge about bichon frise breed, i got my puppy from her a few months ago and am very happy about everything . definitely highly recommend her. thank you Fern.

    R. H.

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    My family and I were searching for our newest addition for over a year before I found Fern. I spoke to several breeders who would get very defensive or illusive when I would ask them detailed questions about their lines. Fern always took her time answering my questions and addressing my concerns. I could tell that she is a very dedicated and conscientious breeder who really cares about her dogs and their adoptive families. We picked up our little boy in June of 2017 and he is so healthy, smart and handsome. We get compliments everywhere we go. If you are looking for a healthy dog to adopt then I would highly recommend Fern.

    Karen CaIssie

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    Fern is a wonderful breeder, the care and love they give their animals is top notch. They are also very knowledgable and very willing to share. I am extremely happy with the health and calm temperament of my puppy

    Marc Gelman,

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    Extremely knowledgeable and informative, Fern and David at Bichon Lovers helped us in our decision to add our fantastic bichon frise, Freddie, to our family. Since the day that we brought Freddie home, he has been a happy, healthy dog that has been an absolute joy to share our lives with. I highly recommend Bichon Lovers to anyone that is interested in this fun and loveable breed.

    Teresa Tait

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    Fern was very professional and a great support. Our dog is wonderful thanks to the good start she got with Fern.

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