Please note that Road's End available Papillons are
only to be seen by clicking on the AVAILABLE page, unless mentioned otherwise

Monday, May 31, 2010

Road's End Farm









Neighborhood Shear-Day-
My latest Papillon addition

Quantum Leap

Here with his new family

Road's End Quo Vadis/Benley

Hello Antje,




Today we hiked Multnomah Falls and had so much fun. Bentley had soo much attention that it took us quite some time before we could start our hike. He had about 10 people take his picture and many more compliments about how cute he was. He was a one dog show. This is a testament to your commitment and knowledge as a breeder and I am honored to have one of your babies. Here are some pictures of us on our hike. Hope you have a wonderful Memorial Day!!
Stacey.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Personal IncrediMail Papillon Stationary 4 U

Personal IncrediMail Papillon Stationary for you.
If you like e-mail on fine, personalized Papillon stationary, and run your mail through IncrediMail,   go to my new page to download a free Papillon stationary and read about how to get your own personal Pap on that letter.
Here are a few samples (not down-loadable) of mine to show you the stiles.
http://roadsendpapillons.com/Stationary.html
The stationary can be seen fine on most e-mail programs (Outlook, Live/Mail etc.) but it may loose some of its format to re-use on those e-mail programs.









Quantum Leap







This is his last day @ Road's End. He will be going to his new home tomorrow.
We miss you already, Lippy.
@ 10 Weeks

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Expecting Mom


Our Gina is expecting.
She should be getting her babes in the second half of this coming June.
Multi CH Gracia Gina vom Cavalierchen
Int./Multi CH Tiger Man vom Cavalierchen

Monday, May 24, 2010

Papillon's Ears

Someone searched for the  following statement the appropriate answer:
"My Papillon's ears fell down"
Yes, this situation does happen occasionally: a Papillon puppy can develop first regular erect ears, and then some months later drop those ears down to be a Phalene.



Remember, there was first the Phalene, the Papillon breed was mastered much later, but there are  Phalene genes in all of them. Some litters get born from a Papillon sire and dam, but the pups are Phalenes, or vice verse.
If you want to make relatively sure to get a Papillon or a Phalene, you must look at the pups relatives several generations back. If they show a strong line of Papillons, you most likely have a Papillon puppy. If you see some Phalenes, and some Papillons in the grand parents, you can be surprised with either one.

Nanu Nana von den Kolibris



Our Nanu Nana is now 3.5 years old.

Road's End Farm












Trading Places:
Here you see our neighbors Alpacas on our land, and our Donkeys on their land.
Remember: "The grass is always greener on the other side".

Typical Papillon


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Sunday, May 23, 2010