How Big Do Bichon Frise Puppies Necks Grow To?

I have a bichon frise puppy and i am looking at buying a collar that will hopefully last, but i dont know how big her neck will grow to. At the moment it is 6inches.

The largest recorded Bichon Frise stood at 7ft at the shoulder, yet weighed a seemingly paltry 7lbs 4oz. Proud owner Michael Gambon ate the creature at a RSPCA exhibition in Falkirk.

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  • Chris

    The largest recorded Bichon Frise stood at 7ft at the shoulder, yet weighed a seemingly paltry 7lbs 4oz. Proud owner Michael Gambon ate the creature at a RSPCA exhibition in Falkirk.
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  • maggy_dnks

    How long is a piece of string? dogs differ you cant get a collar now that will last till its full grown I would be getting a softish one for now they aren’t expensive and replacing it when your dog is about 10 months old that way you will have a better idea at how big yours is going to be.
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  • tiffypanda

    I have a Bichon too. You will most likely need to get another collar as the puppy grows anyway, because if the collar is too big now it would not hold the pup if it decided to take a run after something. The safest thing to do would be to get a collar for now, with a bit of "let-out", and then get another when puppy is about 5-6 months old.
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  • Bonnie L

    What’s wrong with buying new collars that fit as the dog grows? Collars get old and nasty and should be replaced every now and again.
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  • Liligirl

    collars are fine for bichons as long as you don’t attach a leash to it. Use a harness instead, and you’ll have to buy two or three different sizes over the course of time.

    Small dogs have delicate necks, unlike large dogs. And small dogs can slip their collar almost at will. Collars are only decorative for small dogs. Never ever try to reigh your small dog in by the neck.

    good luck with your pup I love my bichons, can’t imagine life without them.
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  • Kelli H

    Why not just buy new collars as the pup grows?
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