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3 edition of Chinese Shar-Pei (Kw-156) found in the catalog.

Chinese Shar-Pei (Kw-156)

by Anna Katherine Nicholas

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by TFH Publications .
Written in English

  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Animals,
  • Pets,
  • Dogs - Breeds,
  • Dogs - General,
  • Dogs,
  • Animals / Pets

  • The Physical Object
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9329320M
    ISBN 100793810965
    ISBN 109780793810963

    Chinese Shar-pei books and training information: Below you will find many books specific to the Chinese Shar-pei. You may click on any of the book titles in order to view more detailed information on the specific book you don't see the book that interests you, then feel free to use our quick book search tool below.   The Shar-Pei, like the Chow-Chow, has a blue-black tongue; these are the only two breeds featuring this characteristic. The name "Shar-Pei" means "sand-skin", but translates more loosely as "rough, sandy coat" or "sandpaper-like coat" and refers to two distinctive qualities of the Shar-Pei coat - roughness and shortness - that make the breed.

    The Guinness Book of World Records proclaimed the Chinese Shar-Pei the rarest dog breed on Earth. Life magazine put a Chinese Shar-Pei on its cover. Every greeting card, calendar and fashion ad. When judging the Chinese Shar-Pei, as with all dogs, it is important to approach the dog from the front so that the dog is fully aware of the judge's presence. It is also important to remember that forehead, side wrinkles, and the desired sunken eye combine to limit Shar-Pei peripheral vision. A suddenFile Size: 1MB.

    The Shar-Pei was originally bred to be a farming dog, but they were also used to hunt and were sometimes used for dog fighting. The breed faced the threat of extinction when the communist regime in China outlawed them during the revolution. In it was recognized in the Guinness Book of Records as the rarest dog breed in existence. The following excerpt from the book The Chinese Shar-Pei by Paul Strand and Eve C. Olsen, in has this to say about the history of the Shar-Pei: “During the Han Dynasty ( B.C.-A.D. ), artistic fired-clay statues and statuettes depicting the life of the era were very popular, and the dog was a .

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Chinese Shar-Pei (Kw-156) by Anna Katherine Nicholas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Explore our list of Shar Pei Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. The Shar-Pei most likely Chinese Shar-Pei book in the small fishing village of Tai Li in southeastern China during the Han Dynasty ( BCE CE).

While Marco Polo’s journal, published inonly mentions Pugs and Chow Chows, a translation of a 13th-century Chinese manuscript refers to a dog with a “sandpaper-like coat” and a blue-black tongue.

One of the world&#;s most peculiar dogs, perhaps, is the Chinese Shar-Pei, known for distinctive wrinkles, his blue black tongue, and his extremely harsh coat. Few dogs have as fascinating a history as the Chinese Shar-Pei, an ancient breed rescued from the precipice of extinction in the mid Author: Juliette Cunliffe.

Lynn and Michael Chinese Shar-Pei book of Lava Kennels Chinese Shar-Pei say "This book is awesome - I have had Shar Pei for over 30 years and this book does a very good job of explaining a LOT to a newbie.

Thank you very much!!" Lauren J. Alexander, Lauren's Shar-Pei says "This is a very informative, well written book on our beloved Chinese Shar-Pei. I have been breeding, showing, and loving pei for over 30 /5(19). The Chinese Shar-Pei is a large dog marked by their wrinkled head and face.

They weigh an average of sixty pounds and stand at about twenty inches high. This interesting looking pup may be a descendant of the Chow-Chow; both dogs have a blue-black tongue.

Some people often confuse the two breeds. Shar-Pei - The Owner's Guide from Puppy to Old Age - Choosing, Caring for, Grooming, Health, Training and Understanding Your Chinese Shar-Pei Dog by Alex Seymour | out of 5 stars   The western Shar Pei’s may have wrinkles around the face, legs and arms and skin folds on the stomach, chest and back.

Shar Pei Size. The Chinese Shar-Pei is a medium sized dog which is typically around inches tall. Their weight will usually be around pounds. A sturdy dog, they are normally more stocky then fat. Types of Shar Pei Coat.

The name Chinese Shar-Pei was decided as the breed name and the name Chinese Shar-Pei Club of America (CSPCA) was chosen for the organizations name. - Apr. 26 - There are 27 known Shar-Pei in the United States owned by 13 individuals.

Most Chinese dogs were killed after the Communist revolution, but the Shar-Pei was kept alive by breeders in Taiwan and Hong Kong, who brought it to America.

Touted as the world’s rarest dog in Time Magazine and The Guinness Book of World Records, the breed became popular and was saved from the brink of extinction.

Chinese Shar-Pei. likes. A community for people who love their Shar ers: Chinese Shar-Pei. [Chris Bowman] -- "Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to Chinese Shar-Pei.

Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"-- Book: All Authors / Contributors: Chris Bowman. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Target Audience. The Chinese Shar-Pei may have existed in the southern provinces of China since the Han dynasty (around b.c.).

Certainly by the thirteenth century strong evidence in the form of writings describing a wrinkled dog point to the breed’s existence.

Its origins are unknown, but because only it and the Chow Chow have blue-black tongues, and both. California Shar-Pei.

AKC Chinese Shar-Pei Breeders., Auburn, California. K likes. California Shar Pei is home to AKC Champion Chinese Shar Pei and Miniature Chinese Shar Pei puppies.

Our puppies Followers: 2K. Shar-Pei - The Owner's Guide from Puppy to Old Age is a must-have book for any responsible Chinese Shar-Pei best-selling book is sold in over countries worldwide and is also available in paperback format - this e-book version is ide. History of the Chinese Shar-Pei.

The Chinese Shar-Pei, an ancient and unique breed, is thought to have originated in the area around the small village of Tai Li in Kwangtung Province, and has existed for centuries in the southern provinces of China, apparently since the Han Dynasty (c.

B.C.). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: History of the Chinese Shar Pei --Characteristics of the Chinese Shar Pei --Breed standard for the Chinese Shar Pei --Your puppy Chinese Shar Pei --Everday care of your Chinese Shar Pei --Training your Chinese Shar Pei --Health care of your Chinese Shar Pei --Your senior Chinese.

The Chinese Shar-Pei has physical characteristics that make him a one-of-a-kind companion and guardian dog. TOP Founded inthe AKC is the recognized Temperament: Loyal, Independent, Calm.

The Chinese Shar Pei Today (Book of the Breed) By Juliette Cunliffe. Item Information. Condition: Very Good. Price: US $ The Chinese Shar Pei Today (Book of the Breed) By Juliette Cunliffe. Sign in to check out Check out as guest.

Adding to your cart. The item you've selected was not added to your Rating: % positive. It’s an unhappy Chinese Shar-Pei who is relegated to the backyard with little or no human companionship.

Other Quick Facts. The name Shar-Pei means "sand-skin" but translated more as “sand-paper-like coat.” No other breed shares the short, rough coat of the Shar-Pei. A Shar-Pei is a poor choice for a novice dog owner. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Basic Guide to the Chinese Shar-Pei by Kandi Stirling (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products!. THE CHINESE HISTORY OF THE SHAR-PEI. There is no direct evidence to indicate the Chinese Shar-Pei, as we know it today, is an ancient breed. There is much evidence to support the theory that Hong Kong dog breeders developed the breed in the ’s by crossbreeding the Chinese Fighting Dog with several breeds including the Boxer, the Bloodhound, Bulldog and possibly others.Stud Book (8/15/92) Eyes ‐ The Chinese Shar Pei standard calls for a deep set eye and scowling expression, it is important to reward dogs that exemplify those qualities and appear to have healthy eyes.

Probing eye. inspections are discouraged. and will most likely cause the dog to.Finally, you can avoid some negative traits by training your Chinese Shar-pei to respect you and by following the step care program in my book, 11 Things You Must Do Right To Keep Your Dog Healthy and Happy.

More traits and characteristics of the Chinese Shar-Pei. If I was considering a Chinese Shar-pei, I would be most concerned about.