(back cover) Information and advice to help you take good care of your Pekingese The Typical Pekingese: its origins, anatomy, physical traits, temperament, and more Expert advice: feeding, health care, training, grooming, and more Understanding your Pekingese: its voice, its body language, and their meaning Step-by-step directions for everyday care Informative and attractive checklists and sidebars Filled with handsome full-color photos (picture caption) This small, friendly dog was originally held as a sacred animal in China.The long hair of the feet may hide the toenails, causing many owners to neglect cutting the nails as often as needed. When you ... If dewclaws are left untrimmed, they can get caught on things more easily or actually loop around and grow into the doga#39;s leg. You must prevent this by trimming your doga#39;s nails every week or two. ... In a correct Peke bite, the top incisors should be behind the bottom incisors.
|Author||:||D. Caroline Coile, Michele Earle-Bridges|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 2006|