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Weight
9-10 lbs
Height
8-11 inches
Color(s)
white with patches of any color
Overview
The Papillon originated in the 16th century, a popular lap breed of nobles and aristocracy in Europe. The French translation of Papillon is Butterfly, which they resemble with the white blaze on the forehead as the body, and the fringed ears as the wings. They are quite often considered to be a dainty breed, but in reality are well balanced and lively.
Character
The Papillon is always alert, playful, and elegant. They are intelligent and friendly, taking great delight in meeting and greeting everyone they come into contact with. The Papillon does not display a shy or aggressive nature.
Temperament
The Papillon possesses a petite appearance, but they are a sturdy and hardy breed. They are highly energetic and athletic, but are also calm and patient. They are gentle and affectionate and love to be cuddled. A steady and obedient breed, the Papillon does well with older considerate children. They may display possessiveness of their owner. The Papillon is quick to alert their family to danger or visitors, and may have a propensity to bark at all sights and sounds. However, they are not yappy or high strung. The Papillon is a lovely companion.
Care
The Papillon is a moderate shedder. Therefore, they need to be brushed several times a week. It is important to pay particular attention to the hair behind the ears and on the stomach as these areas are prone to matting. They should only be bathed when necessary, dry shampooing will typically suffice. It is important to keep the pads of their paws trimmed to prevent splaying. The Papillon is prone to various health issues such as cataracts, patella luxation, and Von Willebrands disease.
Coat
The Papillon's coat is long and flowing, and is silky in texture. They have no undercoat. Their coat will fluff at the chest area, and is fringed at their ears. The Papillons coat is white with patches of color, which include black and red. They may also be tri-colored with white body, black and tan markings. The hallmark coloring covers both eyes and ears completely and a white blaze on the forehead. They are moderate shedders.
Training
The Papillon is extremely obedient and has an uncanny ability at problem solving. They require intense socialization at an early age, most notably with cats. They do very well in obedience and agility, and are highly trainable in the competitive show ring. They also make excellent therapy and service dogs. They respond best to consistent, loving, gentle guidance. The Papillon also loves to learn and perform tricks. They are typically easy to housetrain.
Activity
The Papillon loves outdoor exercise and enjoys a daily walk. Yards must be securely fenced, as this breed will use their problem solving skills to escape if left unsupervised. The Papillon is an active indoor breed and some of their exercise needs can be fulfilled with play sessions. They are not recommended for apartment living due to their propensity to bark.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Papillon puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

4/6/2015 11:25:58 PM

4/6/2015 11:25:58 PM

Hello, I have owned a papillon for the past 4 years however I have a few question's I would like answers to. I would like to know the best dog food for my dog? I would especially like to know about full grooming. I don't like trusting my paps grooming to people some keep wanting to cut her fringe and shave her coat and I know these are bad ideas. Her coat is not like it should be its not as soft fluffy or long as I am told it should be. I would like to know if its possible to fix it? Also bathing supplies, what all is needed and which is the best for her coat with out staining it?

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Anonymous

A grain-free, high quality dog food is the best thing to feed your dog. Some brands to look at are Acana, Origjn, Taste of the Wild, Life Mates, Natural Balance, Now and Go! As for grooming, you need to either take a grooming course yourself or find a groomer whom is experienced with Papillons as it sounds like the groomer(s) you've taken your dog too is not knowledgeable at all. Contact a local Papillon breeder to ask where he/she gets his/her dogs done. If they do their dogs themselves, ask to be trained by them. You need high quality shampoo for her coat if you want the best results. But changing her to a great food will give her that silky, soft coat you are looking for as well.
4/7/2015 11:58:58 AM

Anonymous asked:

2/8/2015 11:43:54 PM

2/8/2015 11:43:54 PM

My Papillon is great most of the time. Then sometimes he will screech and then pout for quite sometime. I was told by the vet that papillon's do like to manipulate and if you react to their screeching will cause them to continue this behavior so I should just ignore him and he will stop screeching and pouting. So that is what I did and it does work, but I just don't understand this behavior and worry that something important is wrong.

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Anonymous

If you are unsure about your dogs behavior, the best thing to do is to go to another vet for a second opinion. Then, if there is no medical problem, seek out a behaviorist that can explain the behavior to you and give you tools to stopping the unwanted behavior.
2/9/2015 11:16:00 AM

Anonymous asked:

2/28/2013 10:20:30 AM

2/28/2013 10:20:30 AM

My 5 year Papillion still "humping" I have a 5 year old Papillion who has been neutered. How do I get him to stop "humping"?

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Anonymous

Contact your local Positive Reinforcement trainer. He/She will be able to help you with this situation.
7/15/2014 12:47:08 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/5/2013 4:44:06 PM

2/5/2013 4:44:06 PM

I have a 4mo old male pap he still has a lot of his puppy coat why?

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Anonymous

Papillons do not mature as fast as some other small breeds and not all papillons have show quality/length coats. Papillons have fur that grows a bit like human hair. The older the dog gets the longer his feathers and plumage will get. It takes a papillon about 2 years to be considered a fully mature dog. Also don't trim fur if it gets matted. Try to work the matted part free in order to retain the length. Regular brushin and quality dogfood with a higher meat protein will help your dog keep a healthier shinier more lengthy coat.
7/1/2013 10:46:50 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/13/2013 5:24:07 PM

1/13/2013 5:24:07 PM

Are Papillon dogs hypo alleregenic

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Anonymous

no they are not :)
2/23/2013 10:28:39 AM

Anonymous asked:

1/12/2013 9:03:49 PM

1/12/2013 9:03:49 PM

I have a 7 month old pap who started to be aggressive He only gets this way when he doesnt want to be picked up, I have taught him that 'pick-up' means i'm going to pick him up now and he lets me but not all the time.. How do I control this? He turns into something from the exorcist!!

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Anonymous

Contact your local Positive Reinforcement trainer. He/She will be able to help you with this situation.
7/15/2014 12:47:38 PM

Anonymous

If your Papillon is showing such a negative reaction to being picked up, it sounds like something hurts when hes being picked up. Could it be his legs?? Because they usually like attention.
12/31/2014 7:05:00 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/10/2013 5:33:05 PM

1/10/2013 5:33:05 PM

My 9 year old male has an ear odor. Do they need cleaning? My 9 year old male papillon has an ear odor. Do they need cleaning?

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Anonymous

Yes, they need to be cleaned by a vet. Ear odor is a sign of an ear infection. It is time for a vet visit.
7/15/2014 12:48:08 PM

Anonymous

Half alcohol and half vinegar cleans ears out well. Use q-tips. Do it every other day until they smell better, but the ears can smell a bit waxie and not be infected. The vinegar and alcohol works well
12/31/2014 7:07:26 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/28/2012 5:51:26 AM

12/28/2012 5:51:26 AM

Constipation my papillon has constipation - can you suggest how to make her stool less solid?

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Anonymous

Put a spoon-full of Pumpkin Puree in his food or feed it to him through a feeding syringe. Pumpkin Puree is a natural way to help dogs that have loose stool, have constipation and that have upset stomachs.
7/15/2014 12:49:14 PM

Anonymous

put olive oil on her canned food also let her have a little bacon grease it works
3/24/2015 6:27:10 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/26/2012 9:53:16 AM

12/26/2012 9:53:16 AM

Could she be having puppies Good morning I have a 10 month old papillon and a 4 year old male Cockapoo the male is all over her and will not leave her alone does this mean she is going to have puppies please help Thank you

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Anonymous

It's time for a vet visit and an emergency spay. Your dog is WAY too young and can easily die if she has to give birth.
7/15/2014 12:49:55 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/28/2012 6:13:03 PM

11/28/2012 6:13:03 PM

Is there "toy" papillons? I have a 2 year old dog that looks exactly like a papillon but is only 2 lbs or so. Is there "toy" papillons?

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Anonymous

Yes I have a toy one they are so cute
12/26/2012 11:15:39 AM

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11/28/2012 8:23:47 AM

11/28/2012 8:23:47 AM

i'm thinking of getting a papillon i want to know are they hard to housebreak

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Anonymous

No papillons are not hard to house train they are very easy to train - mine took me like a month or 2 to train her now she does everything out side. At night I put a wee pad down and she goes on that
12/26/2012 11:06:43 AM

Anonymous

Papillons are easy to train but you do need patience and time. Also if night time becomes a problem, you might try removing food a few hours from bedtime, make a potty trip before bed and then crate the dog for the night. (not more than 8 hours) Let out asap in the morning. Dogs do not like to befoul where they sleep. It may take a week but once they get used to the routine you won't be cleaning any surprises in the morning.
7/1/2013 10:53:29 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/27/2012 9:54:36 AM

11/27/2012 9:54:36 AM

ears on paps I have 2 papillons - one with long ears & one with pointy ears - why?

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Anonymous

There is an alternate version of the Papillon called the "Phalene" that has the droopy ears I believe you are referring to. I think it's just a recessive trait, because they can both come from the same litters.
6/13/2013 8:58:05 AM

Anonymous asked:

11/20/2012 12:02:48 AM

11/20/2012 12:02:48 AM

what is the life span of a five lb. papillon female? My Papillon has had problems with bladder stones for several years and is on meds. And special food to keep them in control. She is 10yrs old but starting to show her age, sleeping a lot and kind of staying with us at all times! I don't think she feels that great, but the vet. feels she is holding her own.

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Anonymous

If your vet feels that she is doing well then I wouldn't worry. But I would keep an eye on her, as at her age, she is already past the average for dogs with bladder stones.
7/15/2014 12:51:15 PM

Anonymous

My papillon "Jessie" lived to 16years old. What a sweetheart he was. Miss him every day..
3/1/2015 11:18:21 AM

Anonymous asked:

11/16/2012 2:25:36 PM

11/16/2012 2:25:36 PM

when can u breed them

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Anonymous

As a breeder, I must say, I would never breed a female until after the third or later heat cycle.(the dog will be about 2yrs old when it has its fourth heat cycle and will be fully mature by that point) Earlier than that is too soon. Also, you should probably limit how often a female breeds. Most will come into heat only twice a year, but having puppies takes a lot out of them and you want to wait through one full heat cycle before you breed again. That generally means you should breed only once a year. Choose the stud wisely. You don't want one that is significantly larger than your female. Don't breed dogs with known genetic defects, don't breed a dog that is in poor health. Feed qualiity puppy food to expecting and nursing mothers to keep them healthy.
7/1/2013 11:03:52 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/27/2012 10:44:22 AM

10/27/2012 10:44:22 AM

What is the diet of the papillon? I cant get my little jojo to eat. He is 13 weeks old or so... What is the diet of the papillon? I cant get my little jojo to eat. He is 13 weeks old or so they told me he will eat puppy milk but nothing more HELP

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Anonymous

You should take your papillon to the vet to see if they can give him something that will trigger him to eat. My papillons start off on mama's milk and then I smash up "Chicken Soup for the Puppy lovers soul" canned food and make it really mushy...then after awhile they eat it right from the can... this can give you stinky poops but it's better they are eating right? :) I also give them some Nutri-cal puppy suppliment if they seem weak but as I said this time would be time for the vet visit if not sooner if he isn't eating... My papillons then start eating Taste of the wild dry puppy food...I do add water if they are still younger to mush it up but I think at 13 weeks of age he should be able to eat the kibble... I hope this helps somewhat.. Thanks MaryAnn
10/31/2012 4:09:37 PM

Anonymous

You may also want to contact the breeder is another thought and see if there is a guarentee on him. Thanks :)
10/31/2012 4:12:27 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/25/2012 10:41:37 PM

10/25/2012 10:41:37 PM

I just got my little Papillon and have not named him as of yet but he wont eat - what do i do? ... I just got my little Papillon and have not named him as of yet but he wont eat - what do i do? They said he was 13 weeks old but i think he is much younger than that. help what do i do? i don't want him to die

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Anonymous

i would take your pap to the vet and ask. if something is wrong with it, they should be able to tell you what's wrong.
10/28/2012 4:00:09 PM

Anonymous

Check its mouth for teeth. If it doesn't have teeth it can't eat dog food yet. This indicates the dog is younger than four weeks. If it has some teeth but not the full set, it can eat chicken broth and baby rice cereal. This is not a good substitute for mother's milk but might keep the dog alive until vet care can be obtained. As a papillon breeder, I am saddened and apalled that someone might sell a puppy before it was 8 weeks old. Papillons will nurse until 8 or 9 weeks. At 4 weeks they begin to get teeth and start to want more solid foods. By 6 weeks they can eat softened puppy kibble. If the puppy won't eat or drink or if you think it is under 6 weeks old you need to consult a vet immediately. Some illnesses such as parvo will cause loss of appetite and are deadly to puppies under 6 months. Please seek vet care ASAP.
7/1/2013 11:13:57 PM

Anonymous

i have a Papillion and she was hard to feed at first, but denying cookies, treats, and leaving her food out for her she finally ate. Is now 9years old and still eats her supper, the same food as she had in the beginning, I've been told if you constantly change she will get be trouble to get to feed. She is the best dog in the world, easy to house train, and train to obey, heel, any tricks you want her to do. Oh, by the way I trained her in a cage, I let her outside every hour at first, this taught her that outside was for her do her business, not in the house. She was kept in the cage for first 5 months, then gradually let out more and more each day. It works, be persistant. and firm, remember you are the boss not him or her. Have fun with your dog, I certainly do and have.
9/23/2014 3:16:42 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/24/2012 10:06:31 AM

9/24/2012 10:06:31 AM

How do I pronounce the name papillon?

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Anonymous

pap....e....on
10/3/2012 2:33:07 PM

Anonymous

The French pronunciation is more like this: pa - pee - YO. The final letter, 'n' is not pronounced, but is kind of swallowed. The final syllable, "yo" is pronounced with greater emphasis than the first two.
11/26/2012 3:57:17 AM

Anonymous asked:

9/2/2012 7:40:52 PM

9/2/2012 7:40:52 PM

My 1 1/2 year old female papillon is loosing hair near her nose, chest and elbows... I'm really... My 1 1/2 year old female papillon is loosing hair near her nose, chest and elbows... I'm really worried. Is it normal?Whats happening?

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Anonymous asked:

8/31/2012 8:57:23 AM

8/31/2012 8:57:23 AM

My neighbor has a black and white papillion named Froda. Froda chases me in my pick-up truck... My neighbor has a black and white papillion named Froda. Froda chases me in my pick-up truck when I drive by. The problem is that Froda is so small I can't see if he is near the wheels or not. I have spoken to the neighbor about it and they say he has not been fixed. But, the problem persists and I do not want to run over the dog. Any suggestions?

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Anonymous asked:

8/27/2012 10:23:28 PM

8/27/2012 10:23:28 PM

I have a 3 month female Papillon that's losing her hair, is this normal for a puppy this age?... I have a 3 month female Papillon that's losing her hair, is this normal for a puppy this age? and also when do papillon start losing their baby teeth

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Anonymous

Yes, it's normal for Papillons to start losing the puppy hair at this age. They will hardly have any hair until around 7-8 months when their adult coat starts to grow in.
10/18/2012 8:57:32 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/20/2012 7:40:53 PM

8/20/2012 7:40:53 PM

i just got a papillon and he is two he only eats once a day is that normal and what can I do to... i just got a papillon and he is two he only eats once a day is that normal and what can I do to get him to eat I've tried everything and soft food is the only thing he will eat.

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Anonymous

my eight yr old papillon only eats once daily he is doing just fine with that
10/3/2012 2:34:13 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/1/2012 12:14:18 AM

8/1/2012 12:14:18 AM

I have a female papillon - her problem is her stomach - every time she eat's, 3-5 minutes later... I have a female papillon - her problem is her stomach - every time she eat's, 3-5 minutes later she must go daffecate and its always very soft or the runs - she can't gain any weight. We have seen many vet's. If you can help me, what can i do? I feel very bad for her she is 20 month's old. Thank You.

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Anonymous

My papillon had the same problem around the same age. My vet finally concluded that she probably had colitis and put her on Hill's prescription diet. She eats a mix of the i/d and w/d foods since they both support gastrointestinal health. It helped her stomach problems immensely.
9/22/2012 1:43:48 PM

Anonymous

if you have not had an answer to help yet, I suggest a limited ing food, look at Wellness foods
10/3/2012 2:34:58 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/23/2012 12:36:29 AM

7/23/2012 12:36:29 AM

i just rescuied a papillion she is scratiching really bad do they have skin issues?

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Anonymous

I do not know tons about the papillion breed but I do own one and I've never had a problem with his skin. He is a very healthy dog
7/23/2012 4:08:52 PM

Anonymous

Best to take to vets to make sure the lil papillon doesn't have an issue....my papillon doesn't but I know he'd be at my vets...
7/25/2012 1:28:46 PM

Anonymous

My Papillon had this issue when we first got her and a good oatmeal shampoo has solved the problem...their skin tends to be dry and can be flakey. Only shampoo when absolutely necessary and excessive scratching presents a necessity. Dry shampoo is preferrable most of the time once the itch problem is solved.
8/14/2012 5:43:11 PM

Anonymous

my papillon had a skin condition, he is hyper sensitive to fleas which means he gets irritated when bit by fleas. i have to consistently give him flea medication, and when he flares up an oatmeal shampoo.
11/5/2012 3:59:35 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/14/2012 8:20:16 PM

7/14/2012 8:20:16 PM

I live in WI. Is it a good idea to get a papillon when it gets so cold in winter?

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Anonymous

Yes, papillon's do good in both hot and cold climates. They just might need a coat in the winter.
8/2/2012 2:33:37 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/14/2012 8:10:58 PM

7/14/2012 8:10:58 PM

Ok, so I'm really wanting a dog, and there's a papillon poodle mix near me, but one of my family... Ok, so I'm really wanting a dog, and there's a papillon poodle mix near me, but one of my family members who live at our house is allergic. I'm wondering how much do papillons shed? And would it be a good idea to even consider getting that dog with the allergies?

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Anonymous

My papillon sheds but it's not like most dog if you keep your dog brushed it shouldn't shed much at all
7/23/2012 4:10:13 PM

Anonymous

my dog does not shed hardly at all, I think diet is the key, feed the best, get the best out of your pet!
10/3/2012 2:35:53 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/10/2012 12:31:45 PM

7/10/2012 12:31:45 PM

My 7 year old papillon has been with me for 6 month since I rescued him. He was very... My 7 year old papillon has been with me for 6 month since I rescued him. He was very affectionate and sweet tempered until recently i had surgery and the family went to stay at my parents house while i recuperated. He has not been the same since. Growling sometimes when we go to pick him up, not spinning the same and not able to jump up on the couch or bed as he used to. He is eating great, sleeping, and pooping just seems sad. could it be he is responding to moving back home and me unable to pick him up and carry him or could it be something else?

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Anonymous

I know my papillon is so attached to us that if he is ignored, such as not picked up etc he turns he's back on me. Not knowing why he's doing this maybe take to your vet. They always seem to have the answer!
7/25/2012 1:32:35 PM

Anonymous

YOUR PAPILLON ALSO COULD JUST BE POUTING AS I HAVE BEEN RESCUING DOGS FOR OVER 40-YRS. AND THEY ARE KINDA SPECIAL TO BEGIN W/ BECAUSE WHO KNOWS WHAT THEY WENT THROUGH BEFORE YOU GOT THEM. JUST SPOIL THE HECK OUT OF HIM A REASSURE HIM YOU JUST LOVE HIM TO DEATH!
8/15/2012 11:53:21 AM

Anonymous

Please take him to the vet. It is possible he was injured while at your parents home. Dogs may growl when you try to pick them up when they know that it will cause them pain. If he cant physically do what he used to do, i am guessing he is hurt. Animals dont just come up and tell you they are hurt. So you have to watch them carefully. Have the vet do a few xrays. Check the patellas and whatever else the vet may suspect.
9/22/2012 6:58:27 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/22/2012 5:29:57 PM

6/22/2012 5:29:57 PM

My Papillon will kneel down on front legs and then start crawling backwards across the floor,is... My Papillon will kneel down on front legs and then start crawling backwards across the floor,is that normal?

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Anonymous

ALL DOGS ARE DIFFERENT YOURS IS JUST SHOWING OFF IN IT'S CUTE LITTLE WAY! :)
8/15/2012 11:54:27 AM

Anonymous

My Papillon does the same thing, they usually do that after theyve left you a present somewhere i.e Poop or his butt could just be itchy :P
10/14/2012 7:19:28 AM

Anonymous asked:

6/10/2012 8:22:43 PM

6/10/2012 8:22:43 PM

I have a 2yr old female Papillon name Pixie and I am looking for a Hubby for my diva. She is... I have a 2yr old female Papillon name Pixie and I am looking for a Hubby for my diva. She is multi colored (white, and multiple browns). I am willing to give the fathers family some of the babies, however the number will be decided once the litter is stable and healthy. This will be Pixies 1st Boyfriend so I would like to meet the in-laws and there Male Papillon before they Mate. We are located in IL, if you are or now anyone who is interested please let me know.

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Anonymous asked:

6/3/2012 7:31:49 PM

6/3/2012 7:31:49 PM

hi My husband and I just recently got s papillon puppy! He was 12 weeks old when we got him (... hi My husband and I just recently got s papillon puppy! He was 12 weeks old when we got him ( it's been a little over a week since having him).  He's extremely bonded to me and slowly getting used to my husband. My question is he's not overly active sometimes I wonder if he knows what playing is. We throw sticks and toys for him sometimes he goes and gets them sometimes he just stares and than gets in my lap and lays down.  Is that normal for a papillon?? He is shy kinda timid meeting new people. He would rather sleep in our laps or beside us on the couch. Extremely cuddly. Not complaining but thought they were supposed to be more energetic.  He doesn't really wag his tail much ether.  Hes learning his name and comes sometimes. He's also learning to sit. I'm just kinda dumb founded that he doest seem to want to play or run much. Anyone else have a papillon that's similar?  . Is this 'normal' for a papillon??

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Anonymous

All my furkids are different and papillons even though small are the same. He maybe a very calm puppy which could be good as mine runs all over the house and chases by Irish setter and Goldens. He thinks he is a large dog... I wish you luck with your baby, papillons are very smart so teach him alot!
7/25/2012 1:37:22 PM

Anonymous

My papillon sleeps all the time, only plays with one toy and one bone. He is 5 though and I can't remember how he was as a puppy, but he LOVES people just not little kids. When I take him outside though he loves being out there and is very playful when you get him to be.
8/14/2012 3:01:20 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/2/2012 8:30:00 PM

6/2/2012 8:30:00 PM

I rescued what I was told was probably a long hair Chi. Now I think he is a Pap. How can I be... I rescued what I was told was probably a long hair Chi. Now I think he is a Pap. How can I be sure?

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