Friday, July 20, 2018

The Papillon As A Service Dog

The Papillon continues to be among the less popular breeds in
North America. Papillon production in the United States has
increased in recent years. A Papillon, Ch. Loteki Supernatural
Being, won Best in Show in 1999 at the Westminster Kennel Club
show. He also won many hearts. Kirby, who won the most in breed
history also won the World Dog Show in Helsinki Finland, and the
Royal Invitational in Canada in 1998, which has also attracted
many new admirers of the Papillon.

A Papillon

As for the Papillon’s ability as a service dog, yes most
definitely, the Papillon dog can be well-suited for service
work. The Papillon has been bred for centuries as a companion
dog and possesses one of the most important assets of a good
service dog. This asset is how the Papillon enjoys spending the
majority of time with his human partner and creates the ultimate
in human-animal bonding.


Although larger dogs are required for some tasks for the
disabled such as providing brace and balance, pulling
wheelchairs, opening heavy doors, the Papillons are able to
perform the majority of required tasks for a variety of
disabilities. These tasks may include but are not limited to:

Papillon sitting Flickr
• Picking up objects dropped on the floor like pens,
hairbrushes, keys or coins;

• Papillons can learn to make beds, tug clothing from the dryer,
put clothing in a basket and it from room to room;

• Papillons can learn to take clothing from their human’s body;

• The breed can learn to open and shut doors, drawers and
cabinets inside the home, bring the telephone when it rings,
shut off the alarm clock;

• From the lap, a Papillon can activate light switches, press
handicap door openers, elevator buttons or hand change purse to
a cashier.

The Papillon is naturally alert. This natural ability makes the
Papillon an excellent choice as a hearing dog. He may also
perform well as a seizure alert dog.

As a hearing ear or signal dog, the Papillon can be trained to
alert their hearing impaired or deaf owners of environmental
sounds, and to take their owner to the source of the sound. The
Papillon may alert his hearing impaired owner to:

• A baby crying;
• Someone calling the owner’s name in the event of immediate
• A siren going off;
• A smoke detector going off;
• The sound of the alarm clock, microwave ring of completion,
washer or dryer ring of completion;
• And a telephone ringing.

As a seizure alert dog, the Papillon is one who alerts his owner
to impending crises, and responds in a trained way. The
Papillon’s owner who has Epilepsy or a brain disorder is then
given a chance to move to a safe area before a dangerous episode
occurs. They can also be trained to respond by seeking help in
these situations, or by aspirating fluids from their owner’s
mouth during convulsions.

The uneven distribution of Papillon breeders presents a major
challenge for those who are seeking a Papillon just for a pet
companion.  Some resources for locating a Papillon with aptitude
to become a service dog are:

• Breeder lists published by national or regional breed clubs;
• The Papillon Club of America.

These organizations should be able to guide you in the
appropriate direction to acquire a Papillon with the aptitude of
becoming a service dog or a Papillon already performing service

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