Shar Pei Coats

Shar-Pei coats come in three lengths:

Color

The color of a Shar-Pei is determined by a combination of coat color and skin color. Sun exposure can lighten or bleach the coat color, but there are sun screens available for dogs to protect the color of their coat. People sunscreen is poisonous to dogs. I normally just limit their sun exposure after they lose their puppy coat.

Shedding

They all shed differently. Usually the puppy coat and is the heaviest shed. Sometimes I will shave them when they really start to lose coat. It grows back very quickly.

Last updated on 11/14/2010
Owner: Monica Chang
"Photo by Bruce G. Holcomb. Our family was searching for a pet quality Shar-Pei and found our perfect little guy at Baggins Kennels! Aesthetically he was beautiful, his blue-green eyes gorgeous, his apricot coat soft with lots of wrinkles…but most impressive to us was his temperament. Such a loving, sweet puppy, very smart and bonded immediately to our family. He became housebroken quickly learning how to ring his bell to go outside by 9 weeks. His eagerness and ability to learn commands is amazing and understands 6 hand signals at 3 months old. He’s full of love and is the love of our lives! We couldn’t be happier with Baggins Kennels that they offer such high quality Shar-Peis. They seem to breed for temperament, health and intelligence whether you’re looking for show or pet quality. It’s tempting to add another to our family!"

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