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Daemon
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Shar Peis

The Shar Pei is an ancient breed of dog known for its loose, wrinkled skin. Unlike humans, Shar Peis lose their wrinkles with age as they "grow into their skin." Originally bred in China as a fighting and guard dog, the Shar Pei is prone to a number of genetic diseases and was once recognized as the world's rarest dog breed. Because of their protective and loyal nature, however, they have since become popular family pets. Shar Peis are said to have been originally tasked with guarding whom? More...
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Shar Peis
The Shar Pei is an ancient breed of dog known for its loose, wrinkled skin. Unlike humans, Shar Peis lose their wrinkles with age as they "grow into their skin." Originally bred in China as a fighting and guard dog, the Shar Pei is prone to a number of genetic diseases and was once recognized as the world's rarest dog breed. Because of their protective and loyal nature, however, they have since become popular family pets.
Emel Rapchan
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By having an urbane and naturally calm behavior, this kind of dogs has been regarding as perfect company for varies needs.
Having an early suspicious behavior amongst strangers, they can be good protectors for children and small kids since their young age.
As breeding pets, having been selected in a very long lineage, they live in the brink of genetical problems such as skin diseases and kidney related problems some of which is possible to be avoided by crossing breading with other sub-species more resistants to such problems.
ChristopherJohnson
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Nice bred of dog.
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