Jax...  Honoring Uncle Shawn

do papillons come in black?


Asked by Jax... Honoring Uncle Shawn on Dec 27th 2007 in Papillon (and Phalene)
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Guest

I don't really know! Join a papillion group in the breed groups they 'll know I also don't think that they come in pure black. Maybe you have a rare color papillion! Cool!


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Cindy Lou Who

Although I have never seen one, from a scientific point of view it is not impossible to have a solid color Papillon. It really depends on dominant genes in the dog and how it all comes together. I have seen a solid color JRT, so I know nothing is impossible, it's just very, very rare - and the color will be considered a fault or even a deformity to some breeders. I'd be very sceptical of someone trying to pass one off as full blooded.


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Gray Dawn Treader

I don't know...I'm part Pap myself. All the Papillpns I've ever seen were more than 50% white, like myself. However, I have seen Paps who had black markings, like me here.


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