Caring for a Papimo
Feeding: The Papimo is typically not a finicky eater at all.
Living with a Papimo
Personality: The Papimo is a affectate, happy dog.
Temperament: The Papimo is a very sweet dog.
Family Dog: The Papimo is great with children and loves other animals. They can be nervious around new people but usually warm up to them quickly. Some can be skittish with men.
Shedding: The Papimo is a heavy shedder.
Grooming: The Papimo requires regular brushing to keep coat healthy.
Training: The Papimo is eager to please but may be a little difficult to potty trian.
Barking: The Papimo is a relatively quiet dog but will bark when someone comes to the door.
Physical Ability: The Papimo can jump high.
Appearance: The Papimo is white with large tan ears and large tan blotches on the back, petite legs, black eyes, lips and paws. Their tail curls up over the back with straight wispy hair that grows about 4 inches on the side. The coat is medium length with an area of longer wispy hair on the chest, around the face, elbows and tail.
Size: A fully grown Papimo weighs around 8 pounds.
Head: The Papimo has a rounded forehead with a small snout.
Gait: The Papimo has a prancing gait.
Feet: The Papimo has petite paws.
Allergies: The Papimo has no known allergies at this time.
Health: The Papimo is a very robust dog.
Skin Health: The Papimo has no know skin issues at this time.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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