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Basic characteristics

Country/Region of Origin:                                                          China
Trainability:                                                                                 Hard
Size:                                                                                          Small
weight:                                                                                       3-6Kg
Energy level:                                                                                Low
Exercise needed:                                                              10min/daily
Color:                                                                                  All Colors
Protection:                                                                              Medium
Shedding:                                                                               Medium
Area needed:                                                                             Small



Additional information (Wiki): The temperament of these dogs is described as “a combination of regal dignity, intelligence and self-importance make for a good natured, opinionated and affectionate companion to those who have earned its respect” by the American Kennel Club.

Keeping the Peke coat healthy and presentable requires brushing once a day if it is an outside dog. If you do this, they will need to see a groomer only once every 3 months. If a Peke becomes dirty, it is important to take it to a groomer as soon as possible, as it is difficult to remove dirt from its coat once it has dried, but this can be avoided by brushing regularly, especially the belly, and between the front and hind legs. One important thing for new owners to remember is that dogs intended as a house pet may be kept in a puppy cut which is much more low maintenance than a show cut. It is also important to remove dirt from the eye pores daily, and from the creases on the face to prevent sores (hotspots).

The Pekingese breed is over 2000 years old and has hardly changed in all that time. One exception is that modern breeders and dog-show judges seem to prefer the long-haired type over the more-traditional spaniel-type coat.

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