Pekingese puppies for sale
Pekingese puppies for saleThe Pekingese puppies for sale were a beloved member of the Imperial family and served varying roles in the Chinese Imperial Palace. The Pekingese puppies for sale are the ancestors of royal pets.The Pekingese premiere role both then and now, royal or commoner is that of companion.
The Pekingese is without doubt one of the oldest breeds still in existence. The Pekingese is named for the ancient city of Peking, which is todayâ€™s Beijing. The Pekingese was exclusive to Chinese royalty for centuries. A commoner caught in possession of a Pekingese was executed. The Pekingese was considered a sacred dog by the Chinese. The Pekingese puppies for sale are the ancestors of these Foo dogs. The Pekingese was considered a Foo dog into that it kept spirits away. The Pekingese were considered so sacred that when the palace fell in 1860 to the
British, the imperial guards were ordered to kill the dogs to keep them out of the hands of the foreigners. Five survived and were presented to Queen Victoria. The Pekingese began its reign in Europe. In 1909 the Pekingese was recognize by the AKC and established in America. The Pekingese is loved today for many of the reasons that it has flourished through the centuries.
One might think of the Pekingese puppies for sale as just a cuddly dainty little dog. The Pekingese doesnâ€™t see itself as that at all. The Imperial family used these dogs as watchdogs inside the palace. The Pekingese is fearless and bold. It has no concept of its size. They can be quite independent and willful. The Pekingese should be exposed to training and socialization at an early age; the earlier the better. The Pekingese is a wonderfully loyal dog, and loves to be near its owners, but without training and socialization the Pekingese may become a prime example of â€˜â€™small dog syndromeâ€. They may become demanding, to the point of snappy even biting, and destructive. The well socialized and trained Pekingese will never be completely obedient, but destructive and unpleasant it will never be. These dogs are very affectionate they love to be close to their master. The ancient Chinese royals carried them around in their sleeves to keep them close and warm. The Pekingese is a dog built for the role of companion.
The Pekingese puppies for sale are cozy and warm looking dogs. They are usually six to nine inches in height, and weigh around ten pounds. The Pekingese flat face is one of its calling cards. The other distinguishing characteristic is its tiny bowed legs. The abundant coat that reminds you of a tiny mop is probably its trademark. The Pekingese has a coat that comes in an abundance of colors that almost the sheer abundances of its coat. The Pekingese has a double coat with a long plentiful feathered outer coat, and a dense soft undercoat.
The coat of the Pekingese sets the tone. Grooming of this coat does away with any delusion of this being a low maintenance breed. Grooming has to be a daily chore to keep it tangle free. Health issues are present and are best discussed with your vet. The Pekingese doesnâ€™t need a lot of exercise, but it will need both physical and mental exercise to keep it in good spirits and
health. They can live in any type of dwelling.
The Pekingese puppies for sale are of royal lineage. They may seem to require royal effort at times, but they will no doubt make you feel like an emperor with their intent companionship and affection.
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