**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, March 28, 2023

One Week Old Papillon Puppies

 Picante's babes are one week old today and thriving.


2 sisters

All pups are red/white/sable.

One of the girls is reserved.

Saturday, March 25, 2023

 Hello world again.

Our Bavette also gifted us with 3 babes . All are doing well.

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Hello World

 Just arrived!

Our Picante gifted us 3 precious babes. Two girls and One boy. 

All are doing well.

Friday, March 17, 2023

Available Adult Papillon Female

 Our girl Barbina is looking for a loving pet home.

DOB 5/31/2019, red/sable.

Update, 3/18/23 reserved, no longer available.

For more information and inquiry please click HERE

please inquire here with your life style description 

Friday, March 10, 2023

Thursday, March 2, 2023

 New photo sent by the owner of Road's End Romeo.

Romeo lives in California.

Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Canine Food Allergy vs Intolerance

Many dog owners are assuming, or stating, their dog is allergic to some of the food items they are providing .

Learn about the difference between allergy vs intolerance.

Canine food allergy and food intolerance are two different conditions that can cause similar symptoms in dogs.

A food allergy is an immune-mediated response to a specific protein in the food that the dog's immune system identifies as a threat. This triggers an allergic reaction, which can lead to symptoms such as itching, hives, swelling, gastrointestinal upset, and even anaphylaxis in severe cases. The symptoms usually appear soon after the dog eats the offending food, and the severity of the reaction can vary from mild to life-threatening.

On the other hand, food intolerance is a non-immune response to certain ingredients in the dog's diet. It occurs when the dog's digestive system is unable to properly break down and digest certain ingredients, such as lactose in milk, leading to gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, and flatulence. Unlike food allergies, the symptoms of food intolerance can take longer to appear and may not always be consistent.

To determine whether a dog is experiencing a food allergy or intolerance, it's important to consult with a (HOLISTIC) veterinarian. They may recommend an elimination diet or other diagnostic tests to identify the specific food or ingredient causing the symptoms, and develop a treatment plan accordingly.