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Music and Dogs

Why Dogs Don’t Enjoy Music Human neurons are extraordinarily sensitive to changes in pitch Anyone with normal hearing can distinguish between the musical tones in a scale: do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do. We take this ability for granted, but among most mammals the feat is unparalleled. This finding is one of many insights […]

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History of the Papillon

  The word Papillon is the French word for butterfly. A Butterfly is what the face and ears of the non-Phalenes versions of Papillon dog should resemble. At one time the Papillon was known as the Squirrel Spaniel because it carries its’ tail over its back in the same way a squirrel does. Even today […]

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A Video About Papillons!

Check-out this great info video about the amazing Papillon! See why so many over the centuries, from royals to commoners, have fallen in LOVE with this breed of dog!     Source: Animal Planet (Youtube Channel) Image: Animal Planet (Youtube Channel)

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Training A Toy Sized Service Dog

Please train your [Service Dog] to stay under you or out the ways. Just because you have a small [Service Dog] doesn’t mean they don’t get in the way. They are a tripping hazard. Not only does Brownie stay under, he is also trained to keep his face on my foot when laying down. I […]

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Allergies in Papillons

The Papillons, also known as butterfly dogs get its distinct butterfly wing looking ears with fringed hair. They are delicate, quirky looking dogs with abundant, silky flowing coat. They do not have an undercoat and their hair is quite long. Although they are not as sensitive like other toy dogs, when it comes to allergies, […]

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Our Papillon

Our Papillon named Pierre (pictured), is a cuddly “Toy” sized dog. In total he weighs only 9 or 10 pounds with a height of between 8 and 11 inches. The Pierre’s coat is long, flowing, and silky in texture.  As will most Papillons his coat will fluff at the chest area, and is fringed at the ears […]

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