General

Short hair papillon dog

Short hair papillon dog

Short hair papillon dog

The short hair papillon (, ) is a breed of dog from France, originally bred from various local Pépinières. The breed is now distributed throughout much of Europe, including in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Russia and Israel. In the United States, the short hair papillon is classified as a toy breed.

It is commonly described as "a small but elegant dog with a long, silky-coated coat and a large, floppy ear, large expressive eyes, and an energetic personality." The short hair papillon has a coat which is very easy to brush.

History

The short hair papillon was bred from a variety of different papillon-poir dogs, including the poodle-poir and the bichon frise. It is described as a "large-framed, slender-bodied, short-haired dog that is considered elegant, charming and playful, with a coat that is silky, sleek and smooth." The short hair papillon was first exhibited at the 17th International Dog Show of Paris in 1883. By 1895, the American Kennel Club recognized the short hair papillon as a breed.

Breed standard

The short hair papillon must have an extremely long, silky, smooth coat, which is not curly or wavy. The coat should not have any bristle or bristles, and should not be any longer than 1.25 ,cm. The hair on the head and neck is a "soft, dense, velvety texture" and should be smooth and straight with no curl. The skin on the head and legs should be a light golden color, and the skin on the feet should be light yellow with no discoloration. The ears should be large, "round and pliable", "close to the head and not pointed", and "with a long hanging fringe", which can extend past the shoulders. The eyes should be a "pure blue" with "dark, alert eyes." The nose should be "long, clean and sharp." The eyes should be large and expressive, and the ears should "stand well back on the head."

The short hair papillon should be of a "strong constitution and of a lively and energetic temperament." The temperament should be "gentle and intelligent," but "strong and robust". The dog should be able to "adapt to the different seasons of the year" without showing any sign of cold or overheating. The short hair papillon is also described as being a "healthy dog of a cheerful disposition and a happy disposition."

The short hair papillon is one of the two breeds of dog developed specifically for the amusement of children. The other is the Pekingese.

Temperament

The short hair papillon is described as a "lively and intelligent" dog, which can adapt to all sorts of conditions. As a breed, it is said to have "a cheerful disposition" which is "lively" and "vivacious". The short hair papillon can be very playful with children, and it is recommended that older children be taught to handle the dog with care.

The short hair papillon is also known to be "affectionate and friendly" towards strangers. As a breed, it has been described as being a "gentle companion" with "a pleasant temperament", and is not aggressive towards humans. It is also described as being "intelligent, alert, and quick to learn", and has a "great sense of duty" and is "highly trained".

Health

The short hair papillon has a "healthy constitution", which is "not prone to sickness" and is "very resistant to many diseases". It has a "strong constitution and resistance to colds" and it is said to have a "lively, robust" constitution which "cannot be broken". The breed has "long lifespans" and is "very resistant to shock" and "accidents". The short hair papillon is very "tough and tough-skinned" and is "very hardy and can live under adverse conditions."

It has a "strong and healthy build", with "well-built bones and a sturdy, compact body." As a breed, it is "resistant to arthritis, especially to knee problems", and has "strong teeth." It has "a smooth, hard and shiny coat", which is easy to groom and is a "wonderful and lovely coat", which is "very easy to care for." The short hair papillon has a "well-shaped body" with "an attractive, elegant appearance" and "a good head" and a "well-balanced" appearance. As a breed, it is described as "a beautiful dog".

It has a "well-formed skeleton" with "long limbs and a broad chest." As a breed, it has "a good-sized head" and "big ears". The short hair papillon has a "long and soft" coat, which is easy to brush, is "free of hairballs" and "dries quickly". The coat of the short hair papillon "lasts all year round" and it has "a thick undercoat" which is "tough" and "well-built". The short hair papillon has a "sound" coat which is "smooth and glossy" and "easy to clean." The hair of the short hair papillon is "free from tangles", and it is "tough and long-lasting."

Exercise

The short hair papillon is a "naturally high-energy" breed, and it has a "great desire to please" and it has "a desire to play." It is described as being "active, agile, quick and agile", and it has a "great desire to run and play." As a breed, it has a "great desire" to "lively and play, to explore, and to get into mischief." As a breed, it is described as being "happy and full of energy" and "happy and very active." It is "happy in the house and in the yard", and it can "jump, run, and climb."


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