Shar Pei Tongue

A solid pink tongue is a disqualifying fault. It means that a Shar-Pei cannot be shown and they should not be bred. Shar-Pei are supposed to have a solid pigmented tongue that ranges in color from a pale lavendar to a blue-black tongue. Usually the darker the coat color the darker the tongue color will be. A cream dilute, for example, should have a light lavendar mouth and tongue color.

Last updated on 11/14/2010
Owner: James Epley
"We can't believe how smart he is, he can already sit, shake (paw), speak, crawl and even though he is still little, he is able to use the ramp next to our bed and can open the doggie door to the back yard by himself."

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