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Breed Group: Non-Sporting
Chinese Shar-Pei

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The Chinese Shar-Pei is a somewhat powerful dog. Known for his wrinkles, this breed makes a wonderful watchdog and can at times be intimidating to strangers. Very loyal, and devoted to his family.
The Chinese Shar-Pei is an intelligent, dignified, and calm dog but can also be very alert making him ideal for a guard or watchdog. He has a strong protective instinct so this breed should be well socialized at an early age to avoid shyness or from being overprotective.

Does your Chinese Shar-Pei bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Alert and confident, the Chinese Shar-Pei makes a wonderful companion to an experienced owner. This breed is not for everyone. He can do well with children, however should be supervised around infants, as this is a powerful dog. Can be somewhat aggressive towards other dogs, but given the right socialization, he can do well.
The coat of the Chinese Shar-Pei is not very high maintenance, however it should be brushed to remove loose or dead hair occasionally. A rubber brush should suffice. The ears should be cleaned regularly as well as under the folds of skin.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
The Chinese Shar-Pei has a very harsh and straight coat. The coat ranges from being either extremely short, to no longer than an inch long at the withers, called a "brush coat."
The Chinese Shar-Pei can be stubborn at times, making him somewhat hard to handle when it comes to training. However, he is very willing to please and is intelligent. Firm handling should be practiced with this breed. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Chinese Shar-Pei puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
If given proper exercise, this breed can do okay without a yard. An average sized yard is suggested, but is not required. This breed loves walks with his owner however due to the folds of skin, which can make him overheat, fresh water should always be provided. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
45-60 lbs
18-20 inches
any solid color including sable
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Lu-Na's Shar Pei
Member Since: October 2004
Location: Mohave County, Arizona
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Please feel free to contact us if you are looking for that special Shar-Pei and stud service available, in a variety of colors. We specialize in specialty colors such as Lilac, Blue, Chocolate and of course Fawn. Our foundaion dogs are both horsecoat and brushcoat. Our goals as breeders are to improve the dog we have by selectively breeding only to the correct standard dogs and bitches. We hope to produce some top quality winning Shar-Pei WE WILL DRIVE UP TO 300 MILE TO MEET YOU SO OUR PUPPIES WON'T HAVE TO BE SHIPPED. BUT WE DO SHIP PUPPIES

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Anonymous asked:
My Chinese Shar-Pei delivered only one puppy in the last 4 hours, is this normal?

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No, this is not normal. The Shar-Pei can be really difficult to whelp because of their large heads and small birth canals. Puppies should never be more then 3 hours apart. Get your dog into the vet A.S.A.P. She could possibly have a puppy stuck and that can risk the life of that puppy, the rest of the litter and your dam.

Anonymous asked:
I have been the owner of 3 wonderful, loving and beautiful Chinese Shar-Pei's. The last two I bought from a breeder in Alabama they had very little problems but one died of natural causes and the other one suffered from a kidney problem. We love our dogs we know that Shar-Pei's are expensive when it comes to health, but we find them worth it. Do you know of any puppies for sale in the Alabama area?

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They are amazing dogs, yes. I would suggest using PuppyMatch then browse the listings of puppies for sale or dog breeders.

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I am looking for a Chinese Shar-Pei breeder in my area. I really want another Shar-Pei puppy, however, I can't seem to find one.

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emalepouch asked:
Can someone help us locate a dog breeder who breeds small Ori-Pei puppies? Ori-Pei's are Chinese Shar-Pei and Pug hybrids. They are smaller in size and seem to have fewer health issues than full bred Shar-Peis.



You are looking for is a mixed breed dog, therefore, you will not be able to find them on this website. As well, since the person breeding this mix will not be a registered breeder, they most likely will not have a website or be advertising until they have a litter of puppies available. Unless you put an ad up in your area, it will be very difficult to find one that does not have puppies available. And please note that a well bred purebred dog either Shar Pei or Pug will have little to no health problems such as what you think the mix will bring you.


I am looking for a platinum or cream dilute male Chinese Shar-Pei puppy. Who did you purchase your Shar Pei's from?

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Are Chinese Shar-Pei's hard to housebreak?



The Chinese Shar-Pei is known to be moderately hard to housebreak. They are known to be a bit stubborn, but using positive reinforcement methods and setting your puppy up for success, your pup should do just fine.


They are not hard to housebreak, and most Shar Pei puppies are potty-trained by 6-8 weeks (before ever leaving their breeders).


I have had the good fortune to have Shar Pei as part of my family since 1989 and have found them to be highly intelligent, loving and easily housebroken.


I have found Chinese Shar-Pei's are extremely easy to house break.


I also found that my Shar Pei puppies were very easy to train. Both of them picked up on my routine quickly and they were very eager to please. This breed has been very, very good to me.


I housebroke my Shar-Pei in a couple of days at 8 weeks old.


A Shar Pei puppy is the easiest dog to housebreak. Mine never chewed or acted out. Our Vet used to go to symposiums and used our dogs as examples. They were all loving and loved back. The Vets would always hate when we brought our dogs in if they were sick. They were so loved. We spent thousands and thousands on hip replacements etc. All worth the money.

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