The Pekingese A Royal Canine

An introduction to the Pekingese, a dog breed with a rich history and royal lineage.

Origin  and History

The Pekingese has its roots in ancient China, where it was a favorite of the imperial family.

The Lion-Dog

The Pekingese's resemblance to the lion earned it the nickname "Lion-Dog"

A Breed of Mystery

Legends say that the Pekingese was created by the Buddha, who shrunk a lion down to dog size.

The British Connection

The breed became popular in Britain after the 1860 invasion of the Summer Palace in Beijing

Physical Characteristics

The Pekingese is known for its flat face, long hair, and short, bowed legs

A Companion Breed

Despite their royal lineage, Pekingese dogs are affectionate and make great companions

Health and Care

The breed requires regular grooming and can be prone to certain health issues

Training the Pekingese

While they can be stubborn, with patience and consistency, they can be trained effectively

A Breed to  Cherish

With their rich history and affectionate nature, the Pekingese is truly a breed to cherish