As the Bichon Poodle puppy becomes an adult, their appearance does not change much.
They retain their puppy look throughout adulthood and will retain much of their puppy color pattern.
Their hair will continue to grow (since theyare non-shedding) and will need to be trimmed in a puppy cut if you like the shorter haired look.
Though the adult look of a Bichon Poodle can be harder to predict that the appearance of a purebred Bichon or Toy or Mini Poodle, they always end up looking cute as a button :)
The ideal Poochon should be robust, well-proportioned, and hardy. They are small in stature, possess a sturdy appearance, and exhibit a sweet expression.
The most distinctive characteristic of this breed is its non shedding wool coat.
The Poochon has similar facial features to the Bichon with a wider face than the Poodle, rounded skull, medium length ears and medium muzzle.
If the face of the Poochon is not clipped, they will have their characteristic fuzzy face.