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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Road's End Web Graphics: Poster Papillons

Poster Pap: Kali
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Road's End Papillons owned by Others

Magic and Maxximus:




This is Road's End Gypsy Magic with her buddy Maxximus, living in Arizona.

U Ask: Ticking, Brown, Black Spots in Papillons + Phalenes

U Ask:  Brown, Black Spots in Papillons + Phalenes.

All dogs have about 10 genes which affect its color. Each gene is in a different chromosome, and therefor are independent from each other.
The T Locus is responsible for those brown, black spots. It calls ticking, or freckling.
The amount of ticking varies from none to all over the body. In Papillons, Phalenes it usually occurs on their legs and muzzle.
Ticking is not seen at birth, but can be seen as early as a few weeks of age or later at one-two years of age.



Papillon Mom with Son

Our Duke with his mom:
(both do not take photos easy, they hate it!!)


Above: JrCH Road's End Duke


Mom: Nanu Nana von den Kolibris (Import)

6 Week old Papillon & Phalene Puppies

Photos of today:







5.5 Week old Papillons

Our I-2 Babes today, at 5.5 weeks:




Monday, May 28, 2012

Available: 5 Week old Phalene, Drop Ear Papillon, Puppy, .

Our boy High Roller is available and there is a good chance, that he will remain to be a Phalene:
He is ready to go to a new home in about 3 weeks.