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    Papillon Puppies For Sale: Behavioural Guide

    Articledog health and wellbeingWednesday 18 May 2011
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    Considering a Papillon puppy for sale? The Papillon is amongst the most intelligent and engaging of all the toy breeds. The breed derives its name from the butterfly appearance of the fringed hair and head.

    To learn more about the advantages of opting for the Papillon breed, the information provided in the guide below may prove useful.

     

    Papillon Pups: Behavioural Traits of the Papillon Breed

    1.    Papillon dogs may be small in stature but they shouldn’t be underestimated, as they are in fact one of the most energetic of all toy breeds, and will easily handle (and relish) a long daily walk – in fact, they are often referred to as ‘big dogs in a little dog’s body’.

    2.    Papillon pups are ideal for the first time owner or inexperienced dog handler, as they are ranked in the top 10 of all breeds in terms of overall intelligence, obeying commands over 95 per cent of the time. Therefore, provided Papillon pups are trained from an early age, obedience should never prove a problem with this disciplined breed.

    3.    As a result of their unusually active personality, these dogs may not be suited to anyone looking for a toy breed in the lap dog style – unlike other smaller breeds, the Papillon can become restless within a confined environment, so it’s essential not to keep these puppies cooped up for hours on end. The Papillon dog can also become a little manipulative if refused the chance to exercise.

    4.    Papillion pups tend to socialise well with strangers, although some dogs may take some time to forge a bond with visitors to the household. However, as with all toy dogs, the Papillon dog does require a certain level of socialisation to ensure it interacts well with strangers and other animals.

    5.    One major stumbling block for many people to owning the Papillon breed can be the dog’s unpredictable reaction to young children – although for the most part, Papillons will behave impeccably, they are extremely touch-sensitive and may react erratically if mishandled. However, this tendency can be curbed provided you consult with an expert breeder offering a Papillon puppy for sale about training tips prior to buying.


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