Pekingese dogs are of a regal nature with royal ancestry. They are friendly and affectionate, especially with their family members. They have spunky personalities and also possess a stubborn streak. They’re sociable pups, but they can be a little aloof towards strangers. They are strong-willed and confident with an ego bigger than their bodies.

  • An ideal dog for apartment living
  • Doesn’t require a lot of exercise
  • Loving and loyal to their families

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Where did Pekingese originate from?

The Pekingese dog breed (also spelled Pekinese) originated from China.

How long does a Pekingese live?

The Pekingese lifespan ranges from 12 to 15 years of age.

How much should a Pekingese weigh?

A Pekingese dog should weigh between 8 to 14 pounds.

When do Pekingese stop growing?

Pekingese dogs are fast-growing dogs and should reach their adult age somewhere between 9 months to their first birthday.

How big do Pekingese dogs get?

A Pekingese can grow as tall as anywhere from 6 to 9 inches tall at the shoulder.

Do Pekingese shed?

Pekingese dogs are considered moderate-to-heavy shedders.

Are Pekingese hypoallergenic?

A Pekingese dog isn’t considered to be a hypoallergenic dog because they shed. This makes them not a good fit for people who suffer from allergies.

Do Pekingese bark a lot?

There have been different answers to this question. Some sources have said that Pekingese dogs don’t bark a lot, while others have said they do. It has been said they make good apartment dogs because they don’t bark a lot. It was also mentioned that they bark a lot when they see other dogs.

Are Pekingese dogs aggressive?

A Pekingese can be aggressive. Their aggression can manifest itself because of their jealous and possessive tendencies, or when it’s aimed at other dogs. Their aggression also stems from fear or when they’re being stubborn.

Are Pekingese dogs smart?

Pekingese dogs are considered to be intelligent dogs. They rank #73 on the list of the smartest dog breeds.

Are Pekingese easy to train?

Because of its stubborn, sensitive, and independent nature, a Pekingese isn’t an easy dog to train. They respond best to positive training methods such as positive reinforcement. It’s also key that you praise and reward any good behaviors.

Are Pekingese double coated?

Yes, the Pekingese dog breed has an insulated double coat (also known as the outer coat) that is long and straight with a coarse texture, along with a soft and thick undercoat.

Can Pekingese be left alone?

The Pekingese is considered to be a companion dog, and because of its social nature, it can become attached to its owner and dislike being left alone for too long. This can cause separation anxiety, which in turn, can lead to destructive and unwanted behaviors.

How often should a Pekingese eat?

An adult Pekingese dog should eat twice a day, while a Pekingese puppy should be consuming food three to four times a day. You should consult with your veterinarian as to what’s the best food regimen to follow for your particular dog.

Can Pekingese swim?

The answer is yes. Pekingese dogs can swim, but it’s not recommended they do so. Because of their small bodies, short legs, and flat faces, they will tire quickly. They also lack the athleticism and strength to endure the water for long periods.

Is a Pekingese a good family dog?

The Pekingese dog breed makes an excellent family dog because they are very loving and devoted to their families and owners.


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