Toy Foxillon

3-8 lbs
United States
Toy Fox Terrier
Toy Papiox

The Toy Foxillon is a toy hybrid created by crossing a Papillon and a Toy Fox Terrier. They weigh between 3 and 10 pounds, and stand from 7 to 11 inches tall. They are very affectionate dogs, and get along well with children and other animals. He is an entertaining, lively little fellow who loves to play and cuddle. Because his parents have different hair lengths, the Toy Foxillon might inherit short fur like the Toy Fox Terrier, or long, silky one coat like the Papillon. Their fur can be fawn, chocolate, black, white, cream, or a combination of two or three colors. Owners of the Toy Foxillon say he is a charmer and quite a joy to have around.

purpose Purpose
history Date of Origin
ancestry Ancestry
Papillon, Toy Fox Terrier

Toy Foxillon Health

Average Size
Male Toy Foxillon size stats
Height: 9-11 inches Weight: 5-10 lbs
Female Toy Foxillon size stats
Height: 7-9 inches Weight: 3-8 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Hypoglycemia
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
Minor Concerns
  • Demodectic Mange
  • Von Willebrand's Disease
  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
Occasional Diagnoses
  • Collapsed Trachea
  • Open Fontanel
Occasional Tests
  • Eye Examination
  • Blood Count
  • General Physical Examination
  • Thyroid Panel
  • Allergy Testing
  • DNA for VWD

Toy Foxillon Breed History

The Toy Foxillon was created from crossing a Toy Fox Terrier with a Papillon. But other than that, there’s little known regarding its origin. Concerning the Toy Fox Terrier, its origins go back as far as the 1500s in England, where Terriers originated. This breed descends from the Smooth Fox Terrier, which was created to aid in fox hunting. The Smooth Fox Terrier’s size range was pretty wide, with dogs weighing from 7 to 20 pounds. The small dogs were more acclaimed, as they were known for being feistier and would excel in ratting, hunting, and guarding tasks. The Smooth Fox Terrier was registered in the United Kennel Club in 1912 and all sizes were registered within the same breed. Since the 1920 several fanciers started petitioning to have the smaller dogs recognized as a different breed. It wasn’t until 1936 where the Toy Fox Terrier was finally acknowledged as a separate breed by the UKC, and it got the American Kennel Club’s recognition in 2003. On the other hand, the Papillon is known to be depicted in several portraits during the 16th century. Artists like Watteau, Rubens, Boucher, Van Dyke, Fragonard, and Rembrandt, often painted Papillons and their mistresses. These little dogs were highly popular amongst court ladies in Europe and were carried by traders through France, Spain, and Italy. The Papillon’s ancestors had floppy ears, until in the 17th century, during the court of Louis XIV, the Papillon with pointy, standing ears that we know today, was developed. The breed received the name “Papillon” (butterfly in French), for its feathered, pointy ears that give him a butterfly appearance. The breed was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1915. 

Toy Foxillon Breed Appearance

The Toy Foxillion is a toy hybrid, which weighs between 3 and 10 pounds and stands from 7 to 11 inches tall. His coat varies depending on which parent he take more after; it can be a short, fine coat or a long, silky one. This hybrid tends to have feathered ears, underbelly, paws, and tail. Their fur is usually a combination of two or three colors; the most common ones being black and white, fawn and white, and black, fawn, white. They have small, triangular heads, with a petite, tapered muzzle. Their eyes and noses are rounded, tiny, and dark colored. Their ears are triangular shaped and pointy, although some puppies may have floppy ears. His body is small and delicate, but still somewhat muscular. His tail is thin and proportional to his body, and if he is more like his Papillon parent, the tail will curl over his back.  

Eye Color Possibilities
brown Toy Foxillon eyes
Nose Color Possibilities
black Toy Foxillon nose
brown Toy Foxillon nose
Coat Color Possibilities
black Toy Foxillon coat
brown Toy Foxillon coat
cream Toy Foxillon coat
fawn Toy Foxillon coat
white Toy Foxillon coat
pied Toy Foxillon coat
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
coat density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
coat texture
Toy Foxillon straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

Toy Foxillon Breed Maintenance

The Toy Foxillon sheds moderately, so brushing him weekly will help to remove the loose hair, and eliminate tangles if he is long-haired. This hybrid is not hypoallergenic; therefore, it’s not recommended for people with allergies. He is not known for getting smelly, so frequent bathing won’t be necessary. You can wipe his fur with a damp washcloth to eliminate dirt easily. If your Toy Foxillon leans more to the long-haired side, you can trim his fur, especially around the eyes and ears to avoid infections and obstructions. Check and clean his ears weekly so that yeast and bacteria do not grow, and to eliminate debris. Your Foxillon will also need to get his teeth brushed at least three times a week and his nails clipped once a month. 

Brushes for Toy Foxillon
Pin Brush
Pin Brush
Slicker Brush
Slicker Brush
Nail Clipper
Nail Clipper
Brushing Frequency
fur daily fur weekly fur monthly
Toy Foxillon requires weekly brushing
Daily Weekly Monthly

Toy Foxillon Temperament

The Toy Foxillon is very energetic, affectionate, and playful. They love to snuggle and play around with their owners. They are very friendly towards other dogs and strangers, and get along well with children. But keep in mind this is a delicate dog that gets harmed easily, so be careful with kids and bigger dogs. Also, early socialization is important to avoid excessive barking and small dog syndrome (growling, possessiveness, chewing). Toy Foxillons are dexterous jumpers, you will see them jumping on and off the sofa (or getting on higher spots), as well as running wild in the yard. This dog likes to please, so he will follow commands quickly, especially if being praised. Toy Foxillon dogs get very attached to their family and do not do well when left alone for long periods, and they may become depressed. 

Toy Foxillon Activity Requirements

The Toy Foxillon is as very energetic and agile toy dog. They are usually calm and tranquil indoors, but do not be deceived, your Toy Foxillon will still need to go outside and get some exercise. Since he is a toy dog, the activity requirements are not high, 20 to 30 minutes of daily physical activity will keep him healthy. He will enjoy going for a walk, running in the park, or playing games. They Toy Foxillion also loves jumping, so don’t be surprised if you catch him in a high spot. These dogs adapt very easily to any environment. However, because they are very small and crave company, they must be indoors with their families. Also, the Toy Foxillon might have a taste for wandering, so don’t leave him unsupervised when in your yard or while at the park. 

Activity Level
low activity medium activity high activity
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
6 miles
walk mileage
Minutes of Activity Per Day
30 minutes
activity minutes

Toy Foxillon Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
1 cups
cup per day cost
Daily Cost
$0.75 - $1.00
food bowls daily cost
Monthly Cost
$20.00 - $30.00
food bag monthly cost

Toy Foxillon Height & Weight

6 Months
Male Toy Foxillon size stats at six months
Height: 7.5 inches Weight: 6.0 lbs
Female Toy Foxillon size stats at six months
Height: 6.0 inches Weight: 4.0 lbs
12 Months
Male Toy Foxillon size stats at 12 months
Height: 10.0 inches Weight: 7.5 lbs
Female Toy Foxillon size stats at 12 months
Height: 8.0 inches Weight: 5.5 lbs
18 Months
Male Toy Foxillon size stats at 18 months
Height: 10.0 inches Weight: 7.5 lbs
Female Toy Foxillon size stats at 18 months
Height: 8.0 inches Weight: 5.5 lbs

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