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PEKINGESE DOG – The Longhaired Royal Dog Breed



The Bikinis was a dog highly revered by Buddhist monks in China, likely due to their physical resemblance to the imperial guard or mythical animals in the Buddhist tradition, dogs were popular with royalty and only the nobles were allowed to have a Pekingese like the devotion these dogs enjoyed It even had human servants to take care of them in 1860 during the Second Opium War, the English-French forces looted and burned the Summer Palace in Beijing shortly after the Chinese Emperor Zhang Feng fled. Fortunately before it was destroyed, they captured five Pekingese dogs that lived in the palace. These were moved. Dogs to England where they were delivered to nobles and aristocrats, until it ended with Queen Victoria, those five dogs were their origin for the present-day Pekingese after that in the United Kingdom, the breed was standardized and its popularity did not stop growing because the Pekingese is a small dog but with strong muscles and strong bones Desby’s size can weigh up to five kilograms and for males and 5.4 kilograms in females, the head of a Pekingese dog is large compared to their body and they somewhat resemble a lion With a flat nose and dark eyes their ears are heart shaped and hanging down on both sides they have a double coat with a soft and dense undercoat and long straight and coarse hair according to the FCI standard, almost any color acceptable for the body and face masks and this includes patches of different colors only and not the liver or albina temperament of these dogs are One of her most cherished traits is being very loyal and courageous despite her small size but also independent and reserved she is very loyal to family but distrustful of strangers.
These dogs are suitable for the elderly or sedentary people, and they can also be good for their first time owners.It is true that the Pekinese can be a very calm dog when they reach adulthood and enjoy hanging out, but as with any dog, they will need to walk daily. We recommend three rounds of walking per day for a duration of 10-20 minutes, and don’t forget to be extremely careful when walking during difficult periods or when taking dogs on a long trip because of their flat, snow and long coat, they are susceptible to heat stroke, so it is essential to carry fresh water With you, it might be a good idea to bring a small holder for them, we recommend a gentle daily brushing to remove dead hair, especially during the feathering season, this will help reduce the need for bathing as well as detect parasite knots and skin problems. Bikinis can be bathed every 15 to 20 days, but only once a The month is a good rule of thumb to help preserve the natural protective layer of skin before you shower, you will have to loosen any knots with spica. Don’t forget to brush well again when you dry her hair and use a quality dog ​​shampoo.
These dogs can be easily trained to possess good behavior and respond to many obedience commands when using positive reinforcement, it is very important to form social relationships with them as puppies so that they can establish good relationships with other people, pets and environments even they are known to be not as social as other companion dogs The use of punishment or denying them adequate attention can lead to destructive behavior, excessive barking or even aggressive impulses such as gnawing. With all kinds of activities and games to improve mental perception, as they will depend on you for their happiness and to ensure that they do not develop the most common behavioral problems like excessive barking and the destructiveness that we can train with. Intelligence games at home or teaching them tricks all the time we dedicate to Bikinis We have an elp program that strengthens our bonds and enriches their daily lives.
Due to its low genetic diversity, the Pekingese dog is susceptible to various genetic diseases including some eye and respiratory diseases such as cataracts or progressive kidney atrophy and for this reason we need to make sure to provide them with regular veterinary checks every six months to ensure their health. Health and Check for Health Problems If you follow the correct care advice for proper vaccinations and deworming schedule, they will likely enjoy a healthy life of 10-13 years.