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

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Road's End Hocus Focus - Masters Standard 09/25/2016

Road's End Hocus Focus - Masters Standard 09/25/2016

Posted by Brenda Kautz on Sunday, September 25, 2016

Monday, February 27, 2017

Sunday, February 26, 2017

The Dangers Vaccine Overdosing

The Dangers of Vaccine Overdosing
Over-vaccinating and the overdosing of pet vaccines has become a global issue. 5 lbs dogs are receiving the same dose of the rabies vaccine as 150 lbs Great Danes, and vets are now witnessing terrible side effects.
Posted by Planet Paws on Sunday, February 26, 2017

19 Day Old Papillon Puppies

Road's End Mango & Milo.
Below: the boys are now 19 days old and are beginning to explore a little.


your left: Mango (tri color)
right: Milo (red /sable)
Mom: Road's End  Pippin

Dad : Silenzio's Brolle

One of these boys will be available.
Inquiries are welcome.
We advocate feeding a FRESH WHOLE-FOOD DIET

Our Merry is available.
She is 2+3/4 years old, in excellent condition, very fit, very affectionate, and people oriented.
A perfect lap dog.
For more information please click HERE

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Two Weeks Old Papillon Puppies

They are in the midst of opening their eyes.
Our youngest boys Mango & Milo, two weeks old today.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

1 Year Old Papillon

It's our Dendi's first Birthday today:

Blesk Fortuni Dendi Charm (Import from Belarus)

Dendi's Sire

Dendi's Dam

9 Day Old Papillon Puppies

Our newest puppies are already 9 days old today, and mom Pippin turned out to be an excellent mom.
These are 2 boys, on of tri color, the other is red/sable.
Their names will be announced soon.

Silenzio's Brolle-Sire

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

These two are quite different from each other; in body and sole.
Both of them are beautiful, inside and out.

your left: Silenzio's Brolle (Swedish Import)
right: Blesk Fortuni Dendi Charm (Belarus Import)

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Love their little faces.
(Mostly StormTracker Stormy on these pics, as her sister Windy hates any kind of a camera I have, and mostly runs of.)

StormTracker Stormy & Windy, 4 months old.

Our sweet Benito is leaving us next week.
Sad to see him go.

Road's End Papillons - We advocate feeding a FRESH WHOLE-FOOD DIET

Is Your Pet Food on this List?
Assuming all you pet owners know this...Sharing this message in case you don't!
Posted by Planet Paws on Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Tubs full of SWEETS

StormTracker Girls + Benito

StormTracker Girls Windy + Stormy

Intolerance, Sensitivity to Raw Food In Dogs

I keep hearing too frequently of dogs being "allergic", "intolerant", or "too sensitive" of fresh food , as far as raw meat,when owners are trying to switch from kibbles and  canned dog food to real food.
Owners get discouraged, and skeptic,when dogs throw up right after their meals, or getting diarrhea after their new diet.
I am posting here my experience, and handling of this type situation; or what I would do if it be my dog having this type of a rejection.
In the years of my raw meat serving, I experienced never food intolerance; neither in older dogs, I had when I started, nor in the puppies I reared on raw food.    
If  a dog is older, and is in the process  to be switched from kibble , and or-, to raw, I take small steps.
Small amounts is the key to get his gut to develop the needed enzymes .
Small is the key to all feeding, especially concerning small dogs, and toy breeds. Too big amounts per meal will just bring tummy upsets = diarrhea.
Small amounts, multiple times per day if needed.
I am feeding basically 2-3 oz per meal per Papillon twice/day.
Those are mini amounts, especially if I add to each one serving several items.
My Papillons don't get to eat one egg, or all 3 oz just turkey, or beef. No, I give them 2-4 items each meal into the bowl, and now you are talking about  tea-, or table spoon sizes of something.
If my dog still would have diarrhea, or throw up, I would stepp back even further, and give lesser, more often. As much as 3-5 times/day micro amounts of food. A tiny bit of Greek Yogurt also aids to set the gut right, and helps digestion.
Dogs/Wolfes by nature eat many things, and many rotten things even. There is rarely a dog being truly "allergic" or intolerant to any food .

So, please do not get discouraged, and give up. Do not think too quickly of  allergy, or intolerance, rather think "small".
Home made bone broth is also a great add to your pet's food a few times / week. Home made, from real bones/meat is the key here, as store -bought broth is not of  recommended quality (read the label, and you will see).