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The Phalene standard is the same as the Papillon with the exception only of its ears. The ears are dropped rather than erect. The ear has a slight lift at the base before it falls.  The Phalene should be a dainty elegant dog, its expression more sweet than mischievous as seen in the Papillon. The Phalene should be lively, intelligent, and outgoing. While   it is an excellent watchdog, it should not be aggressive, barking delightedly at company before landing in their laps.  It's body should be slightly longer than tall. Because of the drop ear,  Phalenes often appear longer than they really are. It should be sound with light and free movement. Phalenes should appear to float along as they move, A truly beautiful sight to watch. Phalene eyes should be dark in color and alert. The tail should be up over the back in resemblance of a tea cup handle. They are very intelligent, learning things quickly and easily. They are eager to please and excel in obedience and agility. Phalenes are charming characters, often clowns, who thrive in the company of their people


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Low Shedding Small Dogs | Apartment Living | Easiest to Train

Small Breeds Best with Children | Small Dogs that Stay Small



*The Papillion Phalene dog can be considered rather fragile. They are the essentially the same breed as the Papillon (except that they have dropped ears).

*They stand 8 to 11 inches tall.

*They typically weigh between 7 and 10 pounds.

*These small dogs have large ears that are dropped.

*Their tail normally sits high and curls over the body.

*Their coat is relatively long with straight hairs and is silky to the touch.

*These small dogs can be found in white with markings of nearly any color. Some of the more common colors include:

1. black

2. lemon

3. red

4. tan

5. brown

6. silver

7. sable



*The small toy breed is affectionate.

*They are quite active, playful, athletic, and intelligent as well.

*These small dogs are loyal to their owners and want to be involved with family activities.

*They are good with responsible children, other dogs, and other animals.

*This small dog is typically friendly toward people and has been used as a therapy dog.

*This breed has a tendency to bark quite a bit. Thus, they will let you know when a visitor is at the door (they can be a good watch dog).


Living Standards

*Due to their energetic personality, this toy breed may be better suited for a home with a small yard.

*If you live in an apartment, be sure to get this small dog plenty of exercise.



*These dogs require a daily walk (a long distance is recommended).

*In addition to a walk, these small dogs love to play (especially outdoors). Be sure to let them run in a safe open area.

*As mentioned earlier, Papillons are athletic little dogs and enjoy agility type training.

*Be sure to provide them with dog toys, tennis balls, and bones to chew.


Litter Size

*This breed will typically have between 2 and 4 pups per litter.


Health and Life Expectancy

*In general, this is a healthy breed.

*Certain health issue related to these small dogs include:

1 .Luxating Patella

2. Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia

3. Progressive Retinal Atrophy

4. Epilepsy

5. Heart Problems

6. Liver Disorders

7. Sensitive to drugs such as anesthesia

**The life expectancy of this breed is typically between 15 and 18 years of age.


Training and Obedience

*Due to their intelligence, these dogs are known as the easiest toy breed to obedience train.

*These small dogs can be trained to perform a variety of tricks. They are also good with agility competitions.

*When training this breed, be firm and patient (never aggressive).

*Be sure to show this small dog that you are the leader.

*Remember that any small dog breed can develop small dog syndrome if not properly trained.



*This breed is low sheding with the seasons. It is best to brush them on a daily basis (use a soft bristle brush and a comb).

*Be sure to untangle any mats or knots in the fur.

*These dogs are somewhat prone to developing tartar on their teeth. Thus, it is important to check and clean their teeth on a regular basis.

*Be sure to clip their nails when necessary.

*These small dogs should be bathed when necessary as well.



*The Phalene dog is known as one of the oldest breeds.

*These small dogs date back to 13th century as a apart of the "dwarf spaniel" breed.

*These dogs were owned by nobles and royalty.

*This small breed was popular throughout Europe, France, Spain, and Italy.

*These small dogs were also used as ratters.

*The Phalene was first registered with the AKC in 1935.

*To date, Phalenes are still quite popular.



(The photo's of these Beautiful Phalene's are just examples, they are not my dogs)

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