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Brachycephalic dog breeds can be quite a challenge to care for. It doesn't stop most of them from being some of the most popular breeds around, though. Learn what Brachycephalic syndrome is and how you can take care of a breed with this health problem.
Some dogs needs tons and tons of space to run, and might not be appropriate pets for your average household. Others are a handful to train for the average busy pet parent. Take a look at these dogs who will thrive in a home environment.
The Pekingese was originally the dog of China's royalty, so they require tons of love, affection and attention. Learn more about raising this breed here.
The Pekingese can be a stubborn and difficult breed to potty train, whether it's indoors or outdoors. Patience is key, as are these tips.
The Pekingese has a naturally long, flowing coat, lending it a regal appearance. Learn how to keep your Pekingese looking and feeling top-notch.
Pekingese dogs have small stomachs, so it's important not to give them large servings. Learn how to properly feed your Pekingese here.
Pekingese are truly "a man's best friend" because of their deep loyalty to their pet parents. Learn more about the specific health needs of this breed.
If you're the type of pet parent who wants to groom your dog like a show dog, take a look at these breeds with plenty of grooming possibilities!
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