**Road's End Papillons- established in 2006
**We are advocates of raw-, fresh, "human food" food for our canine friends .
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

Available Retired Road's End Papillons

Occasionally we have "truly" retired Papillons available.
These are not young, -or 2-, or 4 year old. No, they have been in our breeding program until they become available, and most likely they where born into our home.
It is absolutely hard for me to even think of placing them with another family, but I am aware, that they deserve the second part of their little lives to live in a pet home, where they are loved, cherished, and pampered.
No only that you will say:"yes", but you have to convince me that the desired available dog will remain on his-, or her diet of fresh- , raw food, right out of the grocery store, and not even freeze dried, or derive from a commercial pet food company, or on-line outfit, offering "raw" dog food.
Just a variety of meats from a grocery store, or butcher, along with some dairy, fish, and a few veggies/berries.
I also seek families who are less- to not inclined to further vaccinate the dog.
All retired dogs are preferably available locally within a driving distance of maximum 100-200 miles from Salem, Oregon, but for a true match long distance should be OK.
The dogs on this page are all 6 years plus, and are available for 500.- each.
Please click HERE if you are wanting to inquire about any of our dogs.

Here is what you may expect:
Adopting-older-or-retired-papillon-dogs

I urge you to read all this information very carefully before to consider any older, or retired Papillon dog from us.
If you still have the desire to love and spoil an older Pap from us, then please click on the following link to fill out the appropriate inquiry.
I do not offer sick dogs, nor do have-, or offer any dogs with:
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Patellar Luxation, 
(Boy) Duke, DOB 5/5/2011
Duke is a delightful small dog (5 LBS).
He loves people and is super affectionate. He gets along with his flock of Paps very well, and basically he is a very calm, laid back dog. Duke prefers to be in a home with less traveling activity.
Only available as a pet/companion dog.
Requirements: please look above and read very carefully.



Duke's Photo Gallery


(Girl) Mimi, 8 years old
Mimi is a very healthy and still athletic girl. She is most loyal, and will follow you around wherever you will let her. She will make a great house companion, and is seeking a home with lesser traveling activity.
Only available as a pet/companion dog.
Requirements: please look above and read very carefully.

























No comments:

Post a Comment