In European countries the Papillon is known as the "Épagneul nain continental" or "Continental Toy Spaniel" with two breed types: the Phalène which has drop-ears and the Papillon with erect-ears.
The Papillon is a small, elegant and alert little dog that makes a wonderful companion. The breed is seen participating in many dog sports and activities as well as working as a Therapy and Service Dog.
The most distinguishing characteristic of the Papillon is the butterfly-like ears. His coat is long, fine and silky with a frill on the chest.
For more information about the Papillon breed, see the Breed Info section.
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We at Riesa endeavor to retain the true breed characteristics of the Papillon. Using top European and North American lines, we breed for conformation, performance and family pets for Papillons with that special Pizzazz.
Our Papillons are fun loving, playful, and friendly companions with gregarious personalities. All of our dogs and pups are health checked as we strive to produce healthy, happy Papillons.
"Quality Papillons Bred for
Elegance, Soundness, and Outstanding Temperaments"
Here at Prestwick our goal is to produce healthy, well adjusted puppies to advance and protect this wonderful breed. To that end our breeding stock are health tested and cleared... all are CHIC registered.
We have a wonderful blend of English bloodlines and renown American/Canadian lines.
For details, please see our website: www.papillonsofprestwick.com.
Phone: 403-975-3699; Cell: 403-975-3699
We are a small family kennel where all puppies are raised in our home. My goal is to breed an excellent quality dog that could be both a family pet and show dog. My main focus is on health and health testing to ensure each puppy is healthy when they leave my care and go to their forever home.
Our dogs love agility, obedience training and our acreage home where they chase the ball and bathe in the sun most days.
For more information, visit our website: www.raeannekennels.com
33 Parkland Avenue
Gull Lake, Alberta
Here at Mon Joli Papillons I strive for the best quality in the Papillon breed. Health (health tested and guaranteed), great temperament and soundness are very important to me. I have a family kennel nestled in the trees on the north side of Gull Lake. With all of my puppies raised in my home, they get the attention so needed for a well-adjusted fun loving dog.
I occasionally have puppies available Pet, Performance and Conformation. Please contact me if you have any questions.
For further information and details, please visit my website: www.monjolipapillons.com
Calgary, Alberta, T2J 3B8
Tel./Fax: 403-278-5396 or
Lori Chrusciel Tel.: 403-201-6855
My Husband and I have had MARRON Kennels for over 40 years breeding Correct, Healthy dogs for Pet, Performance and Conformation with Excellent results.
Puppies available occasionally Pet, show or performance. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have about our puppies or for information about the breed.
For further details, please visit our website: www.marronkennels.com
Am Can Ch. Salatino La Dame Camelia
No. 1 Papillon in Canada & No. 6 Toy Dog - 2012
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