Pekingese and Pekingese pictures
The Pekingese is very brave and courageous to the point of foolhardiness.
It is self-willed and stubborn. It may be difficult to housebreak.
This breed is sensitive, independent and extremely affectionate
with its master, but is very suspicious of strangers. It makes a
very good watchdog; it tends to bark a lot. This little dog is loving
to the point of jealousy. It is not recommended for young children
who are too rough. The Pekingese will quickly become overweight
if overfed. The Pekingese is disinclined to take walks and although
it doesn't need much exercise, it will stay in better health if
given regular sessions of play activity. It is important to get
your puppy accustomed to the leash. It is advisable to use a harness
(instead of a collar) and a retractable leash. You cannot be overly
bossy with Pekingese, but it does need basic training to be a well-adjusted
companion. Praise your dog when it does something right, but do
not punish harshly when it does something wrong. The Pekingese suggests
its Chinese origin in its directness, independence, individuality
and expression. It has an extravagant, long, straight-flowing coat
that has profuse feathering and comes in all colors. This breed
makes a devoted companion, it adapts to its environment and surroundings.
Even though this dog has a mind of its own and likes to get its
own way, it has an independent spirit, which is its most endearing
characteristic. This little dog needs a firm hand. It is very suspicious
of strangers even though it is an affectionate, noble dog.