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Friday, May 31, 2013

Road's End Papillons owned by Others

Sans Soucie in Arizona:
The first two weeks with a new puppy are in the books! So much fun...And Fleury is such a totally good baby, she made it easy. She is doing great with potty training, she knows how to go in and out the dog door, she self entertains when necessary (in the middle of the night, early AM), she sleeps and eats great, is good in her puppy kennel, loves toys and treats, she has a naughty streak (luv that), and she is so dang cute...I just can't stop taking pix and videos. The bell on her collar has been a life saver for finding where she has disappeared to also... Life is Good. Thanks, Antje Kromberg Dunmire!



Thursday, May 30, 2013

Road's End Phalenes new Champion

Our Phalene boy Max, being currently shown by Handler Carrie Lovell in the State of Michigan, became a new Champion.:

UKCCH, NatBA, IntCH, NatCH Road's End Strammer Max, PH

And here is his son, who is owned, and handled also by Carrie Lovell:
Ravens Lair, aka Poe is now almost 5 months old.

Road's End Ravens Lair

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Available Papillon Girl

We have one girl available:
Raffinesse, born 1-14-13 (red /sable)







Stress & Diarrhea in Papillon Puppy Dogs

Stress Diarrhea in small Dogs:

So, you just got your new Papillon puppy, or older Pap dog, and he gets immediately diarrhea.
You can imagine it to be very stressful for your little Butterfly to leave it's nest, litter mates, and all of a sudden finds himself in a new environment, new home and new people.
Or you went on a trip, and, yes, you had a care taker for your little one, but all you get when you come back is a Pap having loose poop.

He could have just gone to the vet, followed by immediate diarrhea.
Some Paps even have this problem by simply going into public, as driving in a car, and getting out somewhere.
Thunderstorms
Moving into a new home.
There is a long list which causes stress diarrhea, and what you see is an excessive amount of loose, watery stool.
If you do not see other symptoms of illness in your dog, and you suspect that he has stress diarrhea, offer him plenty of water, and a plain, boiled chicken, rice menu, given several times / day in small quantities, for one, or two days. If he refuses to drink water, squirt some  in his mouth with an eyedropper, or a syringe (without needle).
A treat made from Pumpkins is also very helpful, as Pumpkins help to stop diarrhea



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http://www.roadsend-papillons-phalenes.com/2012/12/pumpkin-for-papillons-phalenes-dogs.html

Of course, the main thing for his cure is finding the reason for his stress, and make a change here.

Always consider that  your dog may have a medical cause for his diarrhea, so, if in doubt, please consult immediately your veterinarian, as especially the very young, very old, and very tiny, fragile, dogs can get severely dehydrated in no time.
Dehydration is a immediate cause for alarm, and a vet must be seen.


9 Months old Papillon Girl

Marquis Court's Fleur De Lis @ 9 months: