Papillon

Papillon

Papillon dogs are very intelligent, and they’re considered the smartest of the toy breeds of dogs. They possess a lot of confidence and are very social creatures. This is why they make excellent companion dogs. They also have a highly adaptable nature, and pretty much get along with just about anyone.

  • Make a wonderful companion dog
  • Very intelligent, and easy to train
  • Travel-size and doesn’t take up much space

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Where do Papillons come from?

The Papillon dog, also known as the Continental Toy Spaniel, originated in France. They’re particularly known for their butterfly wing-like ears. Papillon means butterfly in French.

Do Papillons shed?

Papillons are considered to be moderate shedders. They shed lightly throughout the year, and they shed more especially during spring and fall.

Are Papillons hypoallergenic?

Because a Papillon sheds, it doesn’t qualify as a hypoallergenic dog. They aren’t a good breed for people who suffer from allergies.

How long do Papillons live?

The Papillon dog breed has a lifespan of 13 to 15 years.

How big do Papillons get?

Papillon dogs can grow as tall as 8 to 11 inches at the shoulders.

How much do Papillons weigh?

Papillons are a toy dog breed that can weigh in the range of 4 to 9 pounds.

When does a Papillon stop growing?

On average, a Papillon will stop growing somewhere between 9 months and their first birthday.

Do Papillons bark a lot?

There have two schools of thought on this. Some sources say that Papillons don’t bark a lot, while a few have said they do. They will bark when meeting new people, hearing outside noise, or when they’re suffering from separation anxiety.

Are Papillon dogs easy to train?

A Papillon dog is easy to train because he is smart, eager to please, and has a desire to learn new commands and tricks.

Are Papillon dogs smart?

Known as the smartest of the toy breed dogs, the Papillon also ranks #8 on the overall list of the most intelligent dogs. This level of intelligence makes it easier to train them because they will follow commands and comprehend them much easier than less intelligent dogs.

Are Papillons aggressive?

Papillons aren’t typically an aggressive breed, but because of their size, and sometimes in puppydom, they can display some aggressive tendencies such as biting, snapping, chewing, and nipping. They can also display some aggression if they’re suffering from separation anxiety or they’re feeling frustrated. These behaviors can be taken care of during the training process as Papillon puppies.

Are Papillons good family dogs?

The Papillon dog breed has a wonderful temperament to be family dogs, but as an owner, you must take precautions because they are small dogs with delicate bones, so they’d do better with a family with older children who would be more cognizant of this fact. Whereas, younger children, tend to roughhouse and can easily injure your Papillon puppy.

Are Papillons good with cats?

Papillons get along with cats, but this relationship needs to be cultivated when they’re Papillon pups, especially during the training and socialization processes.

Can Papillons swim?

A Papillon dog knows how to swim, but it would depend on the individual dog whether they enjoy it or not.

How much exercise does a Papillon need?

Your Papillon must get their daily dose of exercise. Giving your dog 30 to 45 minutes a day is sufficient for their exercise needs.

Do Papillon dogs smell?

Papillons don’t have much of an odor. They will have an odor if you get them wet, but they won’t smell as bad as some other dog breeds.

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