Site updated last: December 07, 2016

ALL EARS PAPILLONS

York, Ontario (west of Hamilton, near Caledonia)

Mozart and Rosa-Lia's 2 Little boys were born on November the 10th :)
See the puppies page for details.
ALLEARS Papillons breeds for the besthealth, temperament and looks.
Much planning goes into a breeding; some Papillons are born champions, others are lovable pets; character wise they are the same.
Our puppies are raised with ENS and the Puppy Culture system.
AllEars guarantees that any puppies placed will be healthy, vaccinated, micro-chipped and de-wormed. They will also be CKC registered as soon as possible after going to their new homes. 
Puppy Culture DVD
THE ALLEARS PAPILLONS GANG
AllEars Mon Petit Bijou, AllEars O de Chanel, AllEarsRosa-Lia, and CH Medlee's Let's Play Mozart.

All about AllEars Papillons:

At AllEars Papillons, with the gracious support of two gracious, seasoned Papillon breeders and plain good luck, we have worked for a number of years to establish a nice breeding group where the dogs bred together match or complement each other well to produce the nicest and healthy puppies we desire to produce. All adults are thoroughly vet tested, Patella cleared and DNA tested for PRA1.
We raise the pups guided by the “Puppy Culture” system as described and demonstrated in the Puppy Culture movies created by Jane Messineo Lindquist Killion and her husband. Jane is the director of the movie and authored the book “When Pigs Fly”. She is also an accomplished dog show person, a new show judge and long standing breeder of Bull Terriers.

Find out about Puppy Culture here.  

Puppy Culture is the Gold standard of raising puppies. Puppy Culture raised pups receive ENS (Early Neurological Stimulation), training, a stimulating environment, enrichment toys and experiences and much individual attention. The goal is to create confident individuals who understand at a very early age (and therefore at a core level) how to communicate with people, control their emotions, and to not be scared of novel things and or people.
ENS, was developed by DR. Carmen L Battaglia who holds a Ph.D. and Masters Degree from Florida State University, and is an AKC judge, researcher and writer. For the entire article see: http://www.breedingbetterdogs.com/article/early-neurological-stimulation. ENS is performed by introducing a very small amount of ‘stress’ to the puppy, for a very short, precisely measured time per exercise per day.  Puppies who have received ENS at the right time (daily, between 3 and 13 days of age) have been proven to have stronger heartbeats, overall better health and a quicker and better recovery from any stress they encounter. It’s a gift a breeder can give the pups that cannot be given at a later date!
AllEars Papillons’ first interest is the health of our own dogs; breeding is secondary; quality before quantity. With Papillons the litters tend to be quite small (2, 3, at the most 4 pups), so producing enough puppies to satisfy demand is usually not possible. However, we are quite willing to maintain a waiting list and will inform you when puppies are expected.  Having written that, the pick of the litter is always ours, and we may not be able to let you know which pup(s) will be available for purchase until they are a little older ( around 6 weeks).
Being on the waiting list does not automatically mean you will get an AllEars Papillons pup. 
Placement will also depend on the match between the pup’s temperament and the new home’s life style. For example a clearly athletic pup would best fit with an owner who enjoys the agility sport; a beauty would best fit a show home…
Naturally each pup will be thoroughly vet checked, dewormed and microchipped before it is ready to go home. They will also be CKC registered (the litter will have been registered by the time you pick up your pup), and they will be accompanied by a neat puppy starter package, including several days of the food they are accustomed to.
The pups live in our home, as do all our dogs. There is someone home pretty much all the time, so the dogs have a wonderful life with regular meals, walks in the forest, play time and training sessions. When they need to be separated or left home alone for a bit we use exercise pens rather than cages.
We truly enjoy knowing where the pups are and how they are doing long term, so we like to stay in touch and receive pictures and updates.
We do not approve of homes where the pup would be kept in a cage all day long while people go out to work. A dog, especially a puppy, is not a thing whose needs can be put on hold until you have time; you need to be available and have the time in your life to welcome a dog into your home. Should you need some extra time to get ready for the pup, we are flexible as to a pickup date. We normally do not take any deposits on the pups, but if it needs to stay after 12 weeks old, then we will. And not to worry, we will continue to love the pup as our own and provide it with love and age appropriate training.
At AllEars Papillons we spend all our time and effort and spare no cost to ensure our dogs are healthy, well adjusted and loved. We need to be sure the puppies will go to homes where they too will be taught good manners, be kept healthy and fit, and be enjoyed and loved.
Rosa-Lia decided to make herself comfortable in one of our deck planters. Didn't really know that pansies attracted such big butterflies!
Mozart's MELODY(female) and MUSIC (male)
At 7 months old and at 12 weeks and seen below with his Champion dad "Mozart".
Music and his sister Melody are especially stunning examples of Papillons; a breeder's dream come true. If only we could keep them all ...
"ALLEARS MON PETITBIJOU"
Daughter of Grand Champion Medlee-Tuinluv's Pirate Of The Caribean  "Jack Sparrow" and AllEars O de Chanel, has been added to the AllEars group. 

"MEDLEE'S LET'S PLAY MOZART"

Has joined the AllEars group. 

Champion Mozart achieved his champion points in 2015.

The show folks say a Papillon's ears can never be too round or too big... Bijou outdoes most on both accounts!
Mozart's pictures above demonstrate how a puppy can change colour over time.

                     Going to the beach!Sep. 23 2012)

CONTACT AllEars Papillons - www.papillondogs.ca