Group : Working Dogs
Weight : 18 - 25 Kgs
Height : 48-58 Cms
Color(s) : Shar Pei are in many colors, including solid black, cream, fawn, red, sable, and blue.
Coat : A quintessential Shar-Pei trademark second just to his wrinkles is his bristly coat. It stands straight up, similar to a 1950s butch-style haircut, and fluctuates long, from a truly short "stallion" coat to a more drawn out "brush" coat.
Distinct Feature : The characteristic folds of skin that cover the Chinese Shar-Pei's body must be checked and cleaned regularly to prevent irritation. The entire coat should be groomed with a soft brush weekly.
TEMPERAMENT : The Chinese Shar-Pei bonds quickly with its family, and is extremely devoted. Chinese Shar-Peis are not unfriendly toward strangers, but may bark at them when first introduced. They are fine with children and get along with other household pets, provided socialization has taken place at a young age. They sometimes fight with other dogs.
CHARACTER :The Shar-Pei is a ready and autonomous canine. He is to a great degree committed to his family, yet unapproachable with individuals he doesn't have even an inkling. He is said to appreciate the camaraderie of individuals more than canines, and he gets a kick out of the chance to be with his proprietor constantly. A smooth and certain canine, he appears to add to an instinctive comprehension of his proprietor or gang.
As gave as he may be, the Shar-Pei is additionally autonomous and solid willed. He is defensive of his family — making for a superb watchman canine — and will react to dangers. Since he once was utilized as a pit-battling puppy, he can be forceful toward different canines