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Chinese Shar-Pei Dog: Personality, Exercise, Health (Shar-Pei)
Group: Southern, AKC Non-Sporting
AKC Ranking: 47
Also Known As: The Wrinkly Dog,
Chinese Fighting Dog
About Chinese Shar-Pei
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The Shar Pei breed comes
from the Guangdong province of China where
it was well-known as a fighting and guard
dog. The original Shar-pei from China looked
very different from the breed now popular
in the West.
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Description of the Breed
Both heavily wrinkled dogs with
large heads and smaller headed dogs with tighter
looking skins occur in this breed. The small ears
fall forward and the tail is carried in a curl.
These dogs have a blue-black tongue. It has a square
profile with a broad, full head and wide, padded
muzzle. Puppies have more wrinkles than adults.
Shar-Pei gradually lose their wrinkles as they get
There are three coat varieties:
horse-coat and brush-coat and a rare bear-coat,
which is not recognized by the AKC. The unusual
horse-coat is rough to the touch, extremely prickly
and off-standing. The brush-coated variety has longer
hair and a smoother feel. Coat colors include all
solid colors and sables. There is also a lowered,
spotted, and a parti colored Shar-Pei coat.
The Shar-Pei is very loyal, playful,
active, easy-going, independent, devoted, dominant
and brave. They bond with their family, children
and other animals if properly socialized. They not
unfriendly toward strangers. They make a delightful
companion and good watchdogs. Shar-Pei generally
hate water and try as hard as they can to avoid
it. Puppies grow very quickly and must be fed accordingly.
However some Shar-Pei are less dominant then others
and show lines tend to be less dog-aggressive. Some
Shar-Pei tend to slobber, especially when in pain.
The Chinese Shar-Pei will do okay
in an apartment if it is sufficiently exercised.
It is moderately active indoors and will do okay
without a yard. Because of their padded head, the
Shar-Pei is very sensitive to heat. Shade and water
must always be available. Provided they get enough
exercise, they will be very peaceful indoors.
The Chinese Shar-Pei has a considerable
need for exercise, which includes a daily walk.
They shouldn’t be over-exercised in the heat.
It is an intelligent dog that does not always follow
orders slavishly. The Shar-Pei needs a confident
handler. If you are too uncertain, too inconstant,
too soft, or too mild in the dog's eyes, it will
take over as the boss. Shar-Pei need firm, but gentle
and extremely consistent training.
They are stubborn and bold and
need firm obedience training to establish your leadership.
They may refuse commands from family members who
have not established leadership over them. These
dogs are very clean and almost housebreak themselves.
The Shar-Pei’s coat should
be brushed regularly but never trimmed. The "bush"
coat sheds a little year round, but the "horse"
coat tends to shed only during molting periods.
Molting may leave the dog looking unkempt. Bathing
about once a week and brushing the coat daily during
this period will remove the old dead hair and allow
the new coat to grow in. Some owners are allergic
to the harsh coat.
Fevers of unknown origin or swollen
hocks syndrome may be the early stages of amolydosis
(kidney failure). Due to over popularity in the
1980's, some Shar-Pei do have hereditary skin problems.
A common problem caused by irresponsible breeding
is a painful eye condition, entropion, in which
the eyelashes curl inward, irritating the eye. Untreated,
it can cause blindness.
Life Expectancy: Up to 10 years.
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