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My name is Billy (in Florida)!

Papillon Dog for adoption in Destin, Florida - Billy (in Florida)
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Facts about Billy (in Florida)

  • Breed: Papillon
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Looking for a great companion? Then look no further because Billy Bob is your boy. Billy Bob is a drop ear papillon otherwise known as phalane. He is quiet and house trained. Billy Bob wants nothing more than to sit by his person and especially loves the women. He is good with his fellow housemate dogs and is a good traveler. He has traveled many states in an RV. Billy Bob is hard of hearing but does great with hand signals. His previous owner was meticulous with his vet care including frequent dental cleanings. Please fill out an application on our website if you would like to learn more about this great little guy.
www.papadopters.com

About PapAdopters - Florida

About Our Rescue Group...

PapAdopters was started by dedicated Papillon owners who recognized that there are many Papillons each year who are surrendered for various reasons. We are a 100% volunteer foster home based organization with foster homes throughout the country. We do our best to ensure that every adoption is made carefully, attempting to put the dog into the best fit home as possible. We operate solely through adoption donations and fund raisers. We are always looking for new volunteers and foster homes. We believe that helping these homeless animals to a better future enriches our lives just as much as it does theirs.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We do not allow on-site adoptions.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process begins with a submitted application. The application requires 2 personal references and a vet reference. After receipt of the application, an in-depth phone interview will be done. If there is a possible fit for the dog in question, we will call the references, schedule a meet and greet with the applicant and the dog and schedule a home visit. The results of these activities are documented in writing. The foster home submits these documents to the board members with a recommendation to approve or not approve the adoption. Adoption fees are on a sliding scale based on the dog's age.