The fur is predominantly white with patches that vary in color. The fine, silky coat forms a long, flowing “feather” on the tail. It may not seem like it, but it's easy to take care of the Papillon's thick coat, as the showy coat is not prone to creating knots. One brush a week is usually enough to keep your hairstyle in order.
Papillons are sensitive to anesthesia and therefore surgical cases only happen as a last resort. In daily care, attention to the arrangement of furniture and household items, Papillons love to climb on furniture and practice climbing and are prone to accidents. Periodontal disease is common in small dogs, so get used to oral hygiene early and brush your teeth two to three times a week to keep them clean and tartar free. Trim his nails periodically so he doesn't slip on the floor and injure himself from falls.