Puganese’s country of origin is China and it belongs to toy bread. He weighs about 14 pounds and is between 6 and 9 inches tall.
The Puganese is a double-coated breed. The outer coat is flamboyant, long and smooth with abundant plumage. The undercoat is soft and plush in texture. They come in a wide variety of colors and brands, including partial color. They are average movers.
The Puganese is a small, heavy boned toy breed of dog, broad in the chest, heavy in the front, tapering through the body to the back of the hips. The legs are short and arched. The Puganese is a small and balanced breed. They display dignity, mischievous demeanor, and bravery befitting their Chinese origin.
The Puganese are sensitive, affectionate, happy and affectionate, when they want to be. They are also stubborn. They are generally a one-person pet deeply devoted to their master. They are excellent watchdogs, as they will alert you to any danger. They are cautious and distrustful of strangers. They are good with children and like to play with them.
They generally do not get along with other pets. The Puganeseses have wonderful personalities that exhibit confident charm and a bit of stubbornness. They are fearless but never aggressive, and their sole purpose in life is to provide comfort and companionship to their owners.
Puganese puppies are easy to raise but require extensive training to socialize.
Puggans can be difficult to train due to their nonchalant nature. The box method is recommended for housebreaking. They will not respond to a harsh, loud, or overly bossy teacher.
The Pekingese requires diligent daily brushing to avoid tangles, knots, and matting. They should be dry cleaned with shampoo regularly.
They are very good companions with a lot of confidence