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Charlie - Click me! - Papillon (medium coat) Dog For Adoption
Papillon Dog For Adoption in Jacksonville, FL, USA

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Ad ID: ADN-27030
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Date Listed: 03/07/2016
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rescue
Breed: Papillon
Gender: Male Male
Nickname:

Charlie - Click me!

Age: Adult
Color/Markings: Black with White
Size at Maturity: Small
Availability Date: 03/07/2016
Location: Jacksonville, FL 32235
USA
USA
Tags: Papillon Dog For Adoption in Jacksonville, FL, USA
Physical Attributes
Coat Length Medium
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
OK with Cats Yes
Other
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Papillon (medium coat). Please contact papillonmom@gmail.com for more information about this pet. If you wish to know more about this pet, please contact papillonmom@gmail.com. If you wish to meet this dog, please submit an adoption application. Once we check your references, we will contact you to schedule a time to bring the dog to your home to meet your family. We don't take calls about our adoptable dogs. We are an all volunteer organization and do not have a shelter nor a receptionist to take calls and answer questions. All our dogs are fostered in loving homes by volunteers, most of whom work full time jobs then come home to take care of their families and the little rescued dogs who live as members of the family. We desperately need volunteers who are willing to foster little dogs in their homes while we search for approved adopters. We pay all the vet bills and provide supplies to our foster homes. For more information, email Linda, PapillonMom@gmail.com. HERE ARE THE FACTS ABOUT: Charlie BREED: Papillon AGE: 7 years GENDER: Neutered Male WEIGHT: 9.5 lbs SHEDDING: Average MEDICAL INFO: Neutered, examined by vet, up-to-date on rabies, combination and Bordetella vaccines, heartworm negative, and microchipped. Has a collapsed trachea, enlarged heart and asthma all of which we are treating with pills. We wrap the pills in cheese and Charlie eats them up. Did I mention that Charlie is a chow hound? He loves to eat and will eat anything he can get. Charlie's medications are costing us $150.00 each month when we are not using an asthma inhaler (which he doesn't need at this time). HOUSE-TRAINED: Yes, with a doggie door. Not without a doggie door. He wears a bellyband in our home as he has decided that marking inside is a good thing as we have sevenother males in the house that he has to outdo scent wise. CRATE-TRAINED: NO, hates them and barks non stop When he knows people are in the house and he cannot see them. At night he will tolerate being crated as long as he is close to and can see his mom in bed from the crate. We crated Charlie the first week, but now he sleeps in bed withus! GOOD WITH CHILDREN: Good with children, preferably children over the age of 5 years as it would be dangerous for Charlie if a child fell on him. GOOD WITH STRANGERS: Yes, he is very social GOOD WITH OTHER DOGS: Yes GOOD WITH CATS: Yes REQUIRES FENCED YARD: Yes, is he is accustomed to going out the doggie door when he needs to potty. STAY-AT-HOME ADOPTER AND/OR COMPANION DOG: Requires one or the other. BITER: No DIGGER: No EXCESSIVE BARKER: Only when crated when people are in the home and when he wants food. CHEWER: Not inappropriate chewing, but loves dog chews! JUMPER/ESCAPE ARTIST: No DESTRUCTIVE/AGGRESSIVE: No Comments from foster mom: Charlie was rescued from a breeding operation of around 100 dogs. The breeder was reducing stock and we were able to get this little boy out. We want to find him a home indoors with people who will love him for the rest of his life. Charlie was someone's pet before he was purchased by the breeder. He lived in the house at one time, was house trained with a doggie door and enjoyed living indoors as a member of a family. As a breeder, his whole world was turned upside down. He was not allowed inside the house and had to remain in the breeding kennels with the other dogs, so we are sure he did not get much if any individual attention other than feeding. When we got Charlie, he wanted to mark everything the first few days. That's probably because we have seven other male dogs that have all marked in the past and even after clean up he catches the scent. Handling the initial marking issue in a new home without the scent of dozens of male dogs who have passed through our home is as simple as putting a bellyband with an incontinence pad inside around the dog's waist so the pad catches the urine and watching his every move for 2-4 days so as to catch him in the act of marking and sternly tell him "No", then take him outside to potty. The bellyband eliminates the problem of urine on the furniture, etc. We often put a bellyband on a new foster dog until we can determine if he is housetrained. When Charlie can use the doggie door, he only occasionally has an accident in the house. He is such a sweet and gentle boy and loves to cuddle and get rubs and scratches from his people. He will even paw gently at your hand if you stop before he has had enough pets. He wants to be right next to his person and will follow you from room to room. Charlie gets along well with all the humans, dogs, and cats in his foster home. He is going to make some family a wonderful, loving little companion. Please consider giving our little Charlie a chance to be your best friend. You won't regret it! If you have additional questions, email papillonmom@gmail.com Visit our facebook page to see more about our adoptable dogs https://www.facebook.com/pages/Papillon-Pals-Rescue-Inc/123308784374523 For a no obligation adoption application go to: http://papillonpalsrescue.com/AdoptionApplication.pdf. Download the application to your computer, add your information and then attach the completed copy to an email and send it to us. Please note that we do not ship our dogs. We are a very small organization and are located only in Northeast Florida. We only adopt to families located in the general area that includes Florida and Southern Georgia. We are an all volunteer organization and do not have a brick and mortar facility. Please do not call us about our adoptable dogs. If you email us, we will respond, answering your questions within 48 hours of your inquiry. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation. Our Adoption Process: We require an application be completed and submitted if you wish to adopt a dog from Papillon Pals. Once the application is received, our Adoption Committee reviews the application to make sure the applicant meets the requirements for adopting the dog (for example: requires a fenced yard, or a stay-at-home adopter, etc.). We then check personal and vet references. If all is well with the references, we contact the applicant to schedule a time to take the dog to their home and meet all of the family. All information is then submitted to our Adoption Committee for review/approval. This process may take up to two weeks to complete. We desperately need foster homes for newly rescued dogs. If you think you might be interested in fostering a small dog, contact Linda, PapillonMom@gmail.com for more information.

Papillon

A.K.A. : Phalène, Continental Toy Spaniel, Epagneul Nain Continental
Overview: The Papillon is a cuddly little dog, always eager to please his owner. He's playful and affectionate, suited for both city and country living. His name comes from the French word for 'butterfly' ('papillion' - with an 'I'), as the shape of his hairy ear
Breed Group: Toy
Weight (lbs): 9-10
Height (in): 8-11
Colors: White with patches of any color.
Coat: Abundant, long, fine, silky, flowing, straight, with resilient quality. There is no undercoat. A profuse frill on the chest, tail is covered with a long,flowing plume and the butterfly ears are well fringed.
Character: Papillons are affectionate and loveable. These dogs can be very boisterous and playful, eager to learn.
Temperament: This breed is often jealous if their owner diverts attention from them. Thus, early training is required. They are generally able to get along well with children and other household pets.
Care: The Papillon requires regular brushing and any loose hairs in and around the ears should be removed.
Training: This breed responds best to a gentle approach in training. They're intelligent and eager to please, so training should go smoothly.
Activity: The Papillion can adjust its exercise needs to the activity level of your family.
Country of Origin: France
Health Issue: This breed is prone to problems with the patella and fontanel.
Life Expectancy: 12-15

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