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© Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved. This slide show will move to another page about every 14 seconds. If you would like to go to the next page just click the right arrow on your keyboard or left arrow to go back to the page you were previously on.

General Appearance : 

General Appearance A small, friendly, elegant toy dog of fine-boned structure © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

General Appearance : 

General Appearance Light, dainty and of lively action © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

General Appearance : 

General Appearance Distinguished from other breeds by its beautiful butterfly-like ears © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Size, Proportion, Substance : 

Size, Proportion, Substance Height at withers, 8 to 11 inches 8 inches tall 11 inches tall © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Size, Proportion, Substance : 

Size, Proportion, Substance Proportion: Body must be slightly longer than height at the withers © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Size, Proportion, Substance : 

Size, Proportion, Substance Incorrect body proportions: Too long and low © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved. CORRECT TOO LONG

Body Proportion Comparison : 

Body Proportion Comparison COBBY CORRECT

Body Proportion Comparison : 

Body Proportion Comparison TOO LONG CORRECT

Size, Proportion, Substance : 

Size, Proportion, Substance Proportion: Not a cobby dog © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Size, Proportion, Substance : 

Size, Proportion, Substance Proportion: Weight in proportion to height © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Size, Proportion, Substance : 

Size, Proportion, Substance Substance: Of fine-boned structure © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Eyes : 

Eyes Dark, round, not bulging, of medium size Alert in expression © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Eyes : 

Eyes Light Eyes Dark Eyes Almond Eyes Round Eyes Incorrect Correct © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Eyes : 

Eyes Inner corners of eyes on line with stop © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Eyes : 

Eyes Eye rims black © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears : 

Ears Ears: Erect or drop type should be large with rounded tips Set on the sides and toward the back of the head © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears: Erect Eared : 

Ears: Erect Eared Carried obliquely Move like the spread wings of a butterfly Leather of sufficient strength to maintain erect position © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears: Erect Eared : 

Ears: Erect Eared When alert – each ear forms an angle of approximately 45° to the head © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears: Erect Eared : 

Ears: Erect Eared More Examples of correct erect ear set. © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears: Phaléne or Drop Eared : 

Ears: Phaléne or Drop Eared Similar to the erect type, but are carried drooping Ears must be completely down! © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears: Faults : 

Ears: Faults Small © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears: Faults : 

Ears: Faults Pointed © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears: Faults : 

Ears: Faults Set too high © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears: Faults : 

Ears: Faults One ear up or ears partly down © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Ears: Too Low : 

Ears: Too Low Note: Ears too low is not a fault, Remember! Ears must be at a 45° angle “when alert”! © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Skull : 

Skull Head is small © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Skull : 

Skull Of medium width Slightly rounded between ears © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Skull : 

Skull Well-defined stop formed where muzzle joins skull © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Muzzle : 

Muzzle Fine Abruptly thinner than the head Tapering to the nose © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Muzzle : 

Muzzle Length of muzzle from tip of nose to stop is approximately 1/3 the length of head from tip of nose to occiput 2/3 1/3 © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Nose : 

Nose Black Rounded and slightly flat on top Small © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Nose: Serious Fault : 

Nose: Serious Fault Nose Not Black © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Lips : 

Lips Tight, thin, and black © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Lips : 

Lips Tongue must not be visible with jaws closed © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Correct Bites : 

Correct Bites Incorrect Bites Undershot or Overshot Scissors © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Neck, Topline, Body : 

Neck, Topline, Body Neck: of medium length © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Neck, Topline, Body : 

Neck, Topline, Body Topline: Backline is straight and level Correct Incorrect © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Neck, Topline, Body : 

Neck, Topline, Body Body: Chest of medium depth Ribs: Well sprung and belly tucked up © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Neck, Topline, Body : 

Neck, Topline, Body Tail: Long, set high, carried well arched over body © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Neck, Topline, Body : 

Neck, Topline, Body Tail: Covered with a long, flowing plume Plume may hang to either side of body © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Tail: Faults : 

Tail: Faults Too Short Not Arched Over Back © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Tail: Faults : 

Tail: Faults Low Set Tail © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Forequarters : 

Forequarters Shoulders well developed Well laid back to allow freedom of movement © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Forelegs : 

Forelegs Slender, fine-boned, straight Optional: Removal of dewclaws Note: ticking is acceptable © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Hindquarters : 

Hindquarters Well developed Well angulated © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Hind Legs : 

Hind Legs Slender Fine-boned Parallel when viewed from behind Hocks inclined neither in nor out Rear dewclaws removed © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Hind Feet : 

Hind Feet Thin Elongated (hare-like) Pointing neither in nor out © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Coat : 

Coat Abundant Long Fine Silky © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Coat : 

Coat Flowing Straight Resilient Quality Flat on back and sides of body © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Coat : 

Coat There is NO undercoat © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Coat : 

Coat Profuse frill on chest © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Coat : 

Coat Skull Muzzle Front of forelegs Hind feet to hocks Hair short and close on: © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Coat : 

Coat Ears well fringed Inside covered with silken hair of medium length © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Coat : 

Coat Backs of forelegs covered with feathers diminishing to pasterns © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Coat : 

Coat Hind legs covered to hocks with abundant breeches (culottes) Britches to Hock © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Coat : 

Coat Hair on feet is short Fine tufts may appear over toes & grow beyond to form a point © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Body Color : 

Body Color Always parti-color or white with patches of any color(s) Among the colors, there is no preference provided nose, eye rims and lips are well pigmented black Size, shape, placement, and presence or absence of patches of color on body are without importance © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Head Color : 

Head Color Color other than white must cover both ears back and front and extend without interruption from the ears over both eyes Symmetry of facial markings is desirable A clearly defined white blaze and noseband are preferred to a solidly marked head © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Head Color: Examples : 

Head Color: Examples ALL CORRECT! © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Head Color: Examples : 

Head Color: Examples ALL CORRECT © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Head Color : 

Head Color A slight extension of the white collar onto the base of the ears, or a few white hairs interspersed among the color, shall not be penalized, provided the butterfly appearance is not sacrificed. Extension of the White Collar Few White Hairs © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Head Color : 

Head Color Severely Penalized: Color other than white not covering both ears, back and front, or not extending from the ears over both eyes. © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Gait : 

Gait Free, quick, easy, graceful, not paddlefooted, or stiff in hip movements Coming Going © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Gait : 

Gait Side Movement: On the go-around © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Temperament : 

Temperament Happy, Alert, © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Temperament : 

Temperament & Friendly © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

FAULTS : 

FAULTS Height over 11 inches Ears small, pointed, set too high; one ear up, or ears partly down © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

FAULTS : 

FAULTS Bite - Overshot or Undershot Low-set tail; one not arched over the back, or too short © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

SEVERELY PENALIZEDFAULTS : 

SEVERELY PENALIZEDFAULTS Nose not black Color other than white not covering both ears, back and front, or not extending from the ears over both eyes © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

DISQUALIFICATIONS : 

DISQUALIFICATIONS Height over 12 inches! A dog with no white! An all white dog! © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Points to remember! : 

Points to remember! © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Points To Remember : 

Points To Remember Fine boned, dainty, elegant Distinguished by butterfly-like ears Happy, alert and friendly Slightly longer than tall No preference among colors © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

Points To Remember : 

Points To Remember Dark eyes Black pigment Moderate neck Well sprung rib cage Hare-like feet Free, quick and easy gait © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

The Phaléne : 

The Phaléne Ears at rest is set high. Considerably higher than eye line. © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

The Phaléne : 

The Phaléne Ears carried hanging Ears quite mobile © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

The Phaléne : 

The Phaléne Ears may appear to float when moving. Ears may briefly raise if caught by the wind. © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

The Phaléne : 

The Phaléne Observe pretty spaniel appearance. NEVER raise ears to evaluate ear set! © Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved.

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THANK YOU! For Watching, I hope it was educational for you. For Your Support on my private project. A special thank you to Gina Gilmore who donated her art work. Thank you to all that mentored me through the years giving me the knowledge to produce this slide show. RUTH ANN FORD FOREVR PAPILLONS © All Rights Reserved 2012 Assistance on the original version for PCA by: Donna G. and Gia G. Garofalo

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© Ruth Ann Ford - All rights reserved. Until next time…

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