Great stuff for Pekingese
Pekingese were meant for emperors!
According to the Pekingese Club of America, "Though the Pekingese was developed as a companion dog, it was originally bred in China specifically as an ornamental accessory for Emperors and courtiers in the Forbidden City of Imperial China as well as a personal guard dog. The smaller ones, that is. The smallest ferocious ones, called 'Sleeves,' were carried in the large sleeves of garments and served as the ancient Chinese version of mace to defend and scare off anyone threatening the courtiers.
The ancient Chinese standard refers to Pekingese having specific colors to match certain wardrobes. This suggests that Pekingese were literally an extravagant fashion accessory in a society and culture known for exotic excesses and lavishness. The Pekingese remains excessively exotic and lavish today."
The breed is thought to be over 2000 years old, one of the oldest in the world. Current trends favor a very plush coat of fur, but historically there has also been a lighter, more spaniel-like coat. Peke fur comes in just about any doggy color, and aside from daily brushing, is a fairly healthy and low-maintenance dog, requiring a minimal amount of exercise.
Here at Golly Gear, we know how to treat Pekingese like the royalty they are!
Rolled Microfiber Harness & Leash Set
Rolled styles are our favorites for avoiding matting in plush and/or soft-coated dogs. This contemporary, Rolled Microfiber Harness & Leash is a new option that's getting great reviews. Available in four vibrant colors: Black, Pink, Green and Purple.
A suitable cushion for a royal companion
The Woofie Cushion by Animals Matter is the ultimate in luxury for your little dog. These beds are fabulously decadent. The Woofie Cushion is generously overstuffed, to not only cushion but to completely surround your companion in a down-like fiberfill. This bed is structured with 16 pleats to ensure it will last and keep its shape.These beds are really beautifully made, and the colors go with most any décor - they look like floor accessories, not dog beds.
Made of upholstery grade Rhino suede (a faux suede that is backed with padding), it feels like the real thing! The cover zips off and is washable in cold water.
Beautiful dogs - in history, art, and real life!
The Water Rover is the most ingenious invention we've seen to carry your little dog's water supply! The Water Rover even has a patent in the U.S.
The cap has a built-in belt clip, so no hands are needed to carry the Water Rover! To fill the Water Rover, just unscrew the wide-mouth cap and fill with water and perhaps some ice on a hot day.
When your pup needs water, just pull out the stopper and put the Water Rover down.
Water flows into the bowl instantly. The flow will stop automatically - the bowl will not overflow! When your little one is finished drinking, tilt the bowl back so that the extra water flows back into the bottle - no waste!
Toy Temptations - Treats good enough for your royal companion
Each flavor of Toy Temptations treats from DogChewz NYC is healthy and delicious. Organic, natural and yummy, these treats are perfect for our little dogs! Flavors include: Carob, Carob Cheesecake, Chicken & Parmesan, Pizza, and Apple Cheddar,
Choke-Free Shoulder Collar
Specially designed to avoid touching the dog's neck and throat, the leather Shoulder Collar holds the dog around his/her shoulders for a secure, non-choking fit. Perfect for dogs prone to choking and gagging, and safe for short-faced dogs who may experience breathing issues.
About the Pekingese
- PCA Home Page
The Pekingese Club of America is dedicated to upholding the integrity of the sport of purebred dogs through the practice of good sportsmanship and the breeding of Pekingese for type, good health and normal function. Founded in 1909 and a Member of th
- Pekingese Charitable Foundation, Inc.: Home
The Pekingese Charitable Foundation was founded in 1998. The goal of the organization is to provide rescue services for homeless Pekingese dogs throughout the United States, and to foster health research on topics relevant to the Pekingese.
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