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Papillon Breed Information

Life span: 12 - 15 years
Minor concerns: PRA, patellar luxation
Suggested Tests: Knee, eye
Occasionally seen: None
Avg Size of Female: Height: 8-11 inches, Weight: 9-10 pounds
Avg Size of Male: Height: 8-11 inches, Weight: 9-10 pounds
Major concerns: None

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Recent Forum Threads

Snickers my fur baby and behavior question

Snickers is my Pap fur baby. With other dogs he's a social butterfly and behaves beautifully. But me, my 2 younger kiddos and Snickers have been living with my parents since April. And during the day ... - LisaAnn79

DIY grooming of your papillion

Any advice on hand clipping your promotion? Best techniques, how much to cut? - Sharon Mahoney

Florida & fleas

We are going to spend January, February & March in the Orlando, Florida area. We are concerned about fleas. Does anyone have any suggestions? - Juli Nelson

Licking the air

Thanx for the GREAT site. Our Tasse licks the air a lot, not so much unless shes being patted or scratched but when that happens, look out LOL Thoughts? Thanx :) - pwrmngr

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