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Understanding the Chinese Shar-Pei

Jo Ann Thrower Redditt

Understanding the Chinese Shar-Pei

by Jo Ann Thrower Redditt

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Published by Orient Publications in Arlington, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chinese Shar-Pei.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 218) and index.

    Statementby Jo Ann Redditt ; contributing authors, Ellana L. Clarke ... [et al.] ; illustrations by Linda Carnegie, Jeanne Flint, Marcus Redditt.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMLCM 93/01457 (S)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination235 p. :
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2071207M
    ISBN 100961811714
    LC Control Number88092786
    OCLC/WorldCa20229923

    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. ‘Shar-Pei’ means ‘sand skin’, referring to the rough texture of the breed’s coat. The Chinese Shar-Pei likely shares a common ancestor with the Chow Chow, which also originates from China and has a blue-black tongue. Chinese Shar-Peis served as guard dogs, hunters, fighters, workers, and companions for peasants and farmers.

      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. 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 | 12 May out of 5 stars

    Buy 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 Seymour, Alex (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Chinese Shar‐Pei” Stud Book (8/15/92) Standardization of Understanding Sable • Sable is an accepted color in the Shar‐Pei • Our standard defines the Sable Shar‐Pei as: • A lacing of black hairs over a lighter ground color. TWO.


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Lynn and Michael Olds 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). Understanding the Chinese Shar Pei 1st Edition by JoAnn T.

Redditt (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 5/5(3). Chinese Shar-Pei commonly referred to as Shar-Pei has an interesting history. Shar-Pei is indeed an old breed of dog that traces his ancestry back in the B.C.

They originated from Southern China where they were bred as herders, hunters, guard dogs, workers, and companions for : Henry Steinman.

This is by far the most comprehensive Shar-Pei book available. It should be required reading for every Shar-Pei owner. In the future when I sell a puppy this book will be given to the new owner.” Andrea Robins of Gumby’s Chinese Shar-Pei Perm Reg’d says: “Finally a book that is informative and honest about our breed.

Understanding the Chinese Shar-Pei book   Editorial Reviews. Lynn and Michael Olds 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 Understanding the Chinese Shar-Pei book 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.

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What You Should Know About Puppy Teeth 3. Some Helpful Ti Brand: Vince Stead. 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. Shar-Pei: The Owner’s Guide from Puppy to Old Age - Choosing, Caring for, Grooming, Health, Training and Understanding Your Chinese Shar-Pei Dog Alex Seymour1 Rating.

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Wouldn’t it be incredible if 18 expert Shar-Pei breeders and veterinarians combined with a top dog trai. 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 Shar-Pei is a type of dog breed known for its deep wrinkles and blue-black tongue. The breed originates from southern English name "Shar-Pei" derives from the British spelling of the older Cantonese shā pèih (沙皮, Mandarin: shā pí), which translates to "sandy skin" and refers to the texture of the breed's short, rough puppies, Shar-Pei have numerous wrinkles, but.

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 Rated stars. The key to understanding Chinese Shar-Pei is to become familiar with what is uniquely normal for this breed.

From that point, one can learn to recognize the disorders that may afflict them. Chinese Shar-Pei suffer some unusual and perplexing problems, many of which have not yet been described in the veterinary literature. Cate Stewart Nordic Star Shar-Pei says: “I am so pleased with how the book came together.

I was honored to be a contributor to the book as well as having a featured chapter. With the input from the breeders in this book the reader is getting s of years of experience and knowledge.

This is by far the most comprehensive Shar-Pei book available. The Chinese Shar-Pei can be traced back to the province of Kwung Tung. It has existed in the southern provinces of China for centuries.

Pictures on pottery suggest the. Understanding the Chinese Shar-Pei by JoAnn T. Redditt. Orient Publlications, Hardcover. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.

Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend jacket quality is not guaranteed.

Chinese Shar-Pei. likes. A community for people who love their Shar Peis. The Chinese Shar Pei is very affectionate and devoted to all family members. The Chinese Shar Pei is a typical medium-sized dog of square shape.

Its body is compact and muscular, covered with a unique short coat. This prickly coat has a harsh texture similar to sandpaper.

It is one of the most distinctive characteristics of this dog.Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA City Hauppauge, NY Donor alibris External-identifier urn:asinThe 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.