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- a short presentation text to find out more about this breed;
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- coats available for this breed;
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- players who like this breed;
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The comparison between the capacity of the best dogs of a certain breed and the breed's standard capacity allows you to measure its progress: the wider the gap, the more advanced this breed is in the game.
Some very wide progress gaps can exist between breeds, especially depending on the number of breeders who have dogs and breedings of this breed.
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Shar Pei: the most affectionate dog from China
The Shar Pei is a dog which comes from China. It's easily recognized by its large folds of wrinkles. Shar Pei is a breed which has existed in China for centuries. What's more, it's been represented by little statues dating around 200 AD. It exists mostly in the coastal regions of Southern China, in the outskirts of the Canton Province of Guangzhou and in the town of Dah Let. Etymologically, the word Shar Pei means "sand skin" in Chinese. This describes the heavy, dry and hard coat of this breed. Physically, the Shar Pei is a dog of medium-build. It's a maximum of 55 cm high and has short and stocky silhouette. It's head is in the form of a hippopotamus, it's folded. It's eyes are slightly deep-set. It has small high-set ears sitting close to the head. With its body which bows slightly forward, the Shar Pei is black or fawn colored all over.
The Shar Pei is a social dog, especially with its master and the family. Very smart, it proves to be a guard dog like no other. By nature, it defends its surroundings, whether it's the house, the car or simply the family and its master. On the other hand, it is often suspicious of strangers. Sensitive, it reacts badly to its master's reprimands and could even waste away if the master abandons it. Finally, the Shar Pei is a dog that's very social with other dog breeds.