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Pricing available upon request.
There is a large difference in the price, depending on the quality of the pups:

1 - most expensive - Top quality with possible show dog potential

2 - regular price - Great, cute, fully conforming to the Papillon standard

3 - lesser cost - Less appealing facial marking

4 - still less - Not compliant with Papillon standard (miss marked) (AllEars Papillons has never had a miss-marked puppy yet, though there have been 2 pups with nicks in their tails.)

AllEars puppies come with:

  • Good health report / patella checked and free of problems
  • Vaccinations (given at 12 weeks), except rabies (done at 16 weeks)
  • Registered microchip
  • FREE 60 days Petsecure pet health insurance (from worth $750. (As long as their program continues to provide this)
  • One week supply of the food they are used to 
  • 2 months free emergency babysitting services at my home 
  • CKC litter registration 
  • Individual registration papers once sold/re-homed (& upon full payment if sold to a breeder)
  • Lifetime breeder support  
You may ask to be on the puppy waiting list; please note there will be no retiring adults available for several years.
Puppies greatly benefit from meeting their new owners before they are 6 weeks old. Several visits before going home for real would actually be great.
If you are not 100% committed to getting a future pup or adult AllEars Papillon, please just keep an eye on the website and do not ask to be on the waiting list.
Thank you.

Questions for prospective puppy buyers. If you wish to be considered for a future puppy placement, please answer these questions.

Why a Papillon?

Do you have a gender preference, and why?

How many people in your household?

If there are children, how old are they?

Who works away from home, who works from home or stays at home most of the time?

Are there other pets in the home?

Do you have a fenced yard for the dog(s) to play in?

Do you live close to any main (high traffic) roads?

Would the dog be an indoor pet?

What are your views on crate training a dog?

Would you crate a dog while you are away at work?

Rather than a crate, would you consider using an exercise pen setup where the pup would have a sleeping area (which could be a cage with an open door), a potty station, access to food and water and a play area?

All dogs require an annual checkup and a certain amount of vaccinations. Are you able to afford this care?

If your Papillon would need additional medical attention, could you comfortably afford that?

There are no guarantees on the ultimate size and ear set of the dog if you buy a puppy. Are you OK with that?

Are you interested in breeding Papillons?

Are you interested in showing Papillons (Conformation or Agility)?

If you live in another province, how do you plan to bring your puppy home? AllEars is not in favor of shipping pets as cargo; there are too many incidents reported about dogs being lost or having died during unaccompanied airline transport.