Commonly referred to as “The Peke,” the Pekingese is a small, well-balanced breed.
They display dignity, a haughty demeanor, and bravery of the Pekingese is befitting their Chinese origin.
The Peke requires short sessions of basic obedience and socialization.
Pekingese Health Issues
The Peke is prone to breathing problems, eye problems, herniated disc, and dislocated kneecaps.
The Pekingese is a double-coat breed. The outer-coat is extravagant, long, and straight flowing with profuse feathering.
The lavish Pekingese coat is this breeds crowning glory. The Pekingese requires diligent daily brushing to prevent tangles, knots, and mats.