**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

Sunday, September 25, 2022

Just Born

 Our Barbina just gifted us with three babes. 

( One boy, two girls)

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

 Had to stop and catch this moment on my camera.☺️

( Girls Barbina & Picante)

Sunday, September 18, 2022

 Our youngest Paps are 12 days old today.

Utrecht and Urmel are reserved.

Girl Ulli is available for inquiries. Please click HERE for more information.

Update: all three puppies are now reserved. (09/23/2022)


(Girl) Ulli

(Girl) Urmel

Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Our girls enjoying the cool evening.


Barbina (soon expecting)


Bavette (taking a break from puppy rearing)



Monday, September 12, 2022

 The owner sent me this photo of her pretty girls .

The left and right are Road's End girls.


Saturday, September 10, 2022

Papillon Puppies Four Days Old

 They are 4 days old now and doing very well.

Boy Utrecht

Boy Utrecht

Girls Urmel & Ulli

Girls Urmel & Ulli

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

 Our youngest with their mom had a good night sleep and are well on.

These are tri colored babes, not black/white.

Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Dogs Don't Thrive eating Rice

 I keep telling this everybody.

Dogs don't need starches (carbohydrates) .

Carbohydrates turn into sugar and dogs do not need or thrive on sugar.

They thrive on a variety of proteins.


This from Dr. Karen Becker:

Should You Feed Rice to Your Pet? 🍚

Rice is a grain — it’s a carbohydrate, which dogs and cats have no biological need for. That being said, it’s not dangerous or toxic to pets, so it can still be added to their meals if necessary (usually because of finances or a requirement for a lower protein diet).

I don’t recommend adding grains to your pet’s diet “just because,” but if you must feed them rice, organic brown rice has more nutrients than white rice. 

( Dr. Karen Becker)

New Arrival of Papillon Pups

Our Bavette gifted us three little babes today. Two girls and one boy.
Mom is still exhausted but all of them are well .
Photos will follow



 Sister Barbina will also have a small litter in about 2-3 weeks from now.

Our Pavlo is the happy dad of both moms.

Gallery of the two moms.

Gallery of Pavlo.

Friday, August 5, 2022

Expecting Papillon Mom

 Our Bavette is expecting a litter of Papillon babes in the first half of September.

Road's End Bavette

Key To Love Elite Pillango, aka Pavlo

Click HERE to see her previous litter.

Monday, August 1, 2022

 Promising awesome little RE Einstein. 

He lives in Arizona and is in training for his first show.

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

 This photo was taken in 2011 by the owner of Road's End Zoey , five months old.

Zoey lives in CA.

Thursday, July 21, 2022

 We are planning on a litter of Papillons coming September.

Currently we do not have any dogs available.

Please check back occasionally. All news, including expecting moms will be posted.

Saturday, July 16, 2022

 Greetings from "Princess" Road's End Matilda.

Matilda is currently in France, but resides in California.

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

These two Road's End puppies' photos where sent by the owners.


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).




Feed You Dog A Real Bone

For nice teeth, a healthy gut, cut out the dry food, provide real, fresh food and recreational bones.
Avoid any plastic bone, or coated bones purchased from a pet shop.

Friday, June 10, 2022

 This is Road's End Eliza.

Eliza lives in Oregon.

These beautiful photos where done by the owner.