Monday, December 10, 2012

How to Beeds Papillon Dog

According to the American Kennel Club, Papillon dog breeding purpose is the creation of a small dog, friendly and elegant with butterfly-like ears. The ideal Papillon is light, small and life. Papillon dog husbandry should strive to create a dog that is 8-11 inches in the Withers. More than 11 inches is considered an offense, and more than 12 inches Papillons disqualified from dog shows set by the American Kennel Club.

Papillon dog small, charming and very funny, and this unfortunately turn it into a leading candidate for dog factory. In dogs factory, Papillon dog breeders strive to produce puppies as much as possible with no or little things that breed well, bitches and puppies. This increases the risk of hereditary disease and behavior problems. When buying a Papillon, is very important to stay informed and reputation Papillon dog breeders who only use vet-checked dogs to breed. Examples of hereditary health problems related to this breed is Von Willebrand disease (blood clotting problems), luxating patella (slipping kneecap), progressive retinal atrophy (eye problems), and mitral valve disease (heart defects).

Prices vary a lot from Papillon dog breeders to the farmers, and the important thing is to investigate what you really get your money. What price high Papillon dog because the parents of the puppies are vet checked, treated well and high quality or high price Papillon dog just because the seller is the owner of the factory greedy dog? What is a responsible breeder who only use those old good healthy offspring, or that a non-skilled farmers use their own pet dog without attention to possible hereditary disease? What farmers paid for own dogs vet checked, vaccinated and de-wormed?

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