Long flowing dense coat
Papillon & Poodle: France
Lemon, red, black, solid colors
Moderate - High
Loyal, sociable, happy and alert
The Pappy-Poo is a small, friendly, elegant Toy dog of fine-boned structure, light, dainty
and of lively action. Their body is slightly longer than their tail and their heads are small
with a thick tapered muzzle. They are an active, intelligent and elegant dog. They are
squarely built, well-proportioned, moving soundly and carrying themselves proudly.
Pappy-Poos are friendly and alert. They act like they are big dogs, but in a little body.
They are cheerful, enthusiastic, intelligent and obedient. They are highly intelligent and
very obedient. They love to be around humans and are not good for kenneling. They are
good with other pets and children, but wary with strangers, although they do warm up to
The Papillon is a very old breed that dates back to the fourteenth century where they
were know as the Continental Toy Spaniel in Europe. The Continental Toy Spaniel had
typical Spaniel ears, (hanging down on the sides of their head). Papillons were popular
with noblewomen of Western Europe. Louis XVI owned a Poodle, as well as Queen
Anne of England. In the 18th and 19th centuries the breed performed in numerous
circuses, and known as a circus breed. In one circus a Poodle named "Domini" was
thought to be able to tell time and play dominos.
A Pappy-Poo is a cross-breed of a Papillon and a
Miniature Poodle and may demonstrate any
combination of traits from those two breeds.