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The Rat-a-pap comes in the many colors of the Papillion. Colors may include, white with apricot, brown or black markings. The coat is short and silky and the eyes dark. The ears are large and pointed. The tail is long and curled.

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The Rat-a-pap is a spirited breed and is loyal to its owners. It enjoys normal play and will be content to sleep the day away some days. The Rat-a-pap is intelligent and trainable.

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Male: 8-14 pounds Female: 6-10 pounds
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General Health

The Rat-a-pap has an average life expectancy of 12-15 years.

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The Rat-a-pap is a low maintenance breed and doesn’t require much grooming. Most may need a couple of 10-15 walks a day.

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