**Road's End Papillons- established in 2006

**We are advocates of raw-, fresh, real food for our canine friends and pets;
and:
we follow limited vaccination guidelines.

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

Sunday, September 29, 2013

All Cooped Up

All cooped up. We are having a big rain storm. Papillons are known for not wanting to venture out even if it only rains one drop.
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Road's End Papillons owned by Others

This little girl  Sans Soucie (aka Fleury) lives in Arizona. She is now 7 months old:


Below Sans Soucie @ 6.5 weeks


Thursday, September 26, 2013

Papillon Puppies @ 6 weeks

(Girl ) Harlequin Sundae with brother Vittorio are now 6 weeks old:
(Both of these puppies found their future home already)













Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Road's End Papillons in Agility Training

This is Road's End Gypsy Magic, a 2 year old girl, trained by the owner in agility.
Magic lives in Arizona:






Tuesday, September 24, 2013

I am sharing part of an article from the Dogs Naturally Magazin:

Lifelong Immunity 


The duration of immunity for Rabies vaccine, Canine distemper vaccine, Canine Parvovirus vaccine, Feline Panleukopenia vaccine, Feline Rhinotracheitis, feline Calicivirus, have all been demonstrated to be a minimum of 7 years by serology for rabies and challenge studies for all others.
In the Duration of Immunity to Canine Vaccines: What We Know and What We Don’t Know, Proceedings – Canine Infectious Diseases: From Clinics to Molecular Pathogenesis, Ithaca, NY, 1999, Dr. Ronald Schultz, a veterinary immunologist at the forefront of vaccine research and chair of the University of Wisconsin’s Department of Pathobiological Sciences, outlines the DOI for the following vaccines:

Minimum Duration of Immunity for Canine Vaccines:

Distemper- 7 years by challenge/15 years by serology
Parvovirus – 7 years by challenge/ 7 years by serology
Adenovirus – 7 years by challenge/ 9 years by serology
Canine rabies – 3 years by challenge/ 7 years by serology
Dr. Schultz concludes:  “Vaccines for diseases like distemper and canine parvovirus, once administered to adult animals, provide lifetime immunity.”  “Are we vaccinating too much?” JAVMA, No. 4, August 15, 1995, pg. 421.
Please click on the link below to read the rest of the article.
Be your dog’s advocate – protect him with knowledge and by taking a stand against unnecessary vaccination. His life may depend on it!

http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/lifelong-immunity-vets/?inf_contact_key=48f38129f6fe2154830e2fcb97fc5b1691f3934470e1077c8d64ff5416bef322


Monday, September 23, 2013

8 Weeks old Papillon Puppies

Min's two little girls are now 8 weeks old.
Ulysses will go this coming weekend to Arizona, and her sister Urmel will go in the following week to California.
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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Papillon Dogs + Raw Meat & Raw Bone Diet

7 weeks old Papillon puppy Ulysses munching on a raw pork neck bone:



"Broody Hen" Min:


Papillon Dog: Silenzio's Brolle @ Road's End


Above: Brolle with daughter Ulysses.


Silenzio's Brolle (Swedish Import)

4.5 Weeks old Papillon Puppy

Our little queen Harlequin Sundae this morning. (@4.5 weeks) Available (reserved as of 9/20/13)
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Guess what?!





22 TONS OF FAKE BEEF SEIZED IN CHINA

This week, police in Xi’an province reported that they had found and seized more than 22 tons of fake beef at a local factory. Get this: the “beef” was actually made from pork (which is considerably cheaper than beef) that had been treated with chemicals including paraffin wax and industrial salts to make it look like it came from a cow. Shanghiist reports that the factory sold more than 1,500 kilos (3,000 pounds) of the fake beef to local markets at around 25 to 33 yuan ($4 or $5) per kilo. Six workshops that were producing the fake beef have been discovered and shut down.
This isn’t the first instance of fake meat being sold in China. In May of this year,Medical Daily reported that 904 people were arrested in China for “meat-related offenses” over three months at the beginning of 2013. Included in these arrests was one gang of meat crooks who made over 10 million yuan ($1.6 million) by selling rat, fox, and mink meat at markets. This makes us wonder what impostor foods we might be eating, which in turn makes us very, very uncomfortable.
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