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So last week I went out around the bay with family. We went visiting an old friend/relative and she was puppy sitting this little girl. Her name is Lexi and she is a 3 month old pap.

Anyways there are no pictures of her front on,because she HATED the camera if she saw it and would bark like crazy at the camera. So I had to snap pictures of her while she was playing with my aunt and oblivious to me.

Other then that,she is a really friendly and happy little puppy and gives kisses and everything. She was quite cute.









 

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What do you mean by "weak"?
This dog is still a puppy and is anything but weak..she is VERY high strung and playful.
 

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Papillons are a toy breed dog and are suppose to look "dainty". That doesn't mean they are weak, they are actually pretty resilient active little dogs. :)
Yup,normally I prefer larger breeds...but the pap is a small doggy I like. Lexi may look dainty,but she is full of fun!

I think by weak, the poster meant skinny? Which is not the case!! lol
Yes,possibly. I recently met another pap pup...someone in my neighborhood just got one and he is around Lexi's age and is also on the skinny side. I have met adult paps before and saw pictures and I am sure both Lexi and the other pup I met will fill out appropriately.
 

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They do fill out a bit when they get older. Kitsune (my papillon) didn't finish filling out and reach his full adult weight until he was around 1.5 - 2 years old. Their fur takes awhile to reach it's full length as well, sometimes as long as 2 years. Once their fur is long and fluffy that makes them look fuller as well.
 
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