**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

Saturday, July 31, 2021

Available XXTra small Papillon Girl

 We have a special offer of an exquisite, extra tiny Papillon girl. 

(Reserved as of 08-02-2021)

For information and inquiry, please click HERE , read the entire page carefully before applying.

Sunday, July 25, 2021

 We have two boys available.

Both boys are now reserved as of August 01-2021

Please click HERE for more information.

Monday, July 19, 2021

Puppy Vaccination Guideline

More In  than 23 years of practicing veterinary medicine, I have been minimally vaccinating pets to keep them safe from the dangers of over-vaccination. Over that time I have also been gathering data and research from top vaccination experts such as Dr Ronald Schultz and Dr Jean Dodds,

I have compiled some short points to provide dog owners with an accessible, easy to read guide to safer vaccination.

Dos, Don’ts (and Nevers!)


ask about measuring vaccination titers as an alternative to vaccinating adult or chronically ill pets.


avoid vaccinations such as Lyme, Bordetella, and Leptospirosis, which have questionable safety and efficacy.


give only one modified live canine parvo/distemper vaccination between the ages of 14 to 18 weeks; this can provide many years and often a lifetime of immunity In most dogs.


vaccinate young puppies under 12 weeks of age. At this young age, vaccination is not usually effective because of pre-existing antibodies from the mother’s milk.


vaccinate with multiple combination viral vaccinations at the same time.


vaccinate at the time of hormonal, surgical or emotional stresses, including at the time of any surgery, dentistries or while boarding.


vaccinate a pet who is ill with ANY symptoms, including those pets suffering from skin/ear allergies, and those with any digestive upset.

Be Aware

  • Over-vaccination is not only a waste of money for animal guardians, but may jeopardize the long term health of our animal companions.

  • Vaccine reactions are quite common, and may occur not only immediately after the shot, but over days, weeks, months or even years later in what is immunologically accepted and known as a delayed hypersensitivity reaction.

  • recently vaccinated pets.

  • Modified live parvo/distemper vaccination has been shown to cause immune system suppression 10 to 14 days after administration.

  • Environmental shedding of modified live viral vaccine antigens may cause immune reactions in sensitive pets that have not even been vaccinated!

  • Rabies vaccination can lead to the production of antibodies against the thyroid gland and other organs in dogs recently vaccinated for rabies.

  • Autoimmune conditions, cancers and severe neurological disease have been reported in Modified live combination parvo/distemper vaccination has been demonstrated to increase allergic responses to grasses and pollens in recently vaccinated dogs.

  • Most commercial animal vaccinations contain unhealthy levels of mercury, aluminum and other heavy metals.

Please support the work of the Rabies Challenge Fund whose goal is to increase the duration of required rabies vaccinations to at least five or more years, as well as allow medical exemptions of dogs deemed too unhealthy to be vaccinated.


About Dr Michael Dym VMD

Dr Michael Dym is a Presidential scholar graduate with a BS in animal science from Cornell University, as well as a VMD from the University of Pennsylvania in 1991. He has used classical homeopathy since 1997, with extensive advanced training and coursework from Richard Pitcairn, DVM, PHD. Dr Dym offers house calls to clients in Palm Beach and Broward Counties in Florida, but also encourages phone consultations from national and international clients. Visit his website at doctordym.com

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Saturday, July 17, 2021

 This photo speaks for itself.  No comments needed. 

Girl Pipa, aka Douja is heading to CA with her new mom.

Brother Pietro is a still looking for a new home.

Saturday, July 10, 2021

 Don't miss out. 

Nutrition,  lifestyle advice for your best friend,  and, yes, for yourself!!


Sunday, July 4, 2021

 Enjoying the cool morning.


5.5 weeks old.

Girl Pipa is reserved.

Boy Pietro is AVAILABLE.