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Ori Pei:Dog Breed Profile

Ori Pei is a hybrid dog made of pug and Sha-pei. This toy Ori Pei has a pug-like appearance with moderate wrinkles. Ori Pei has a strong body with a huge round head, a square tone, and black eyes. Thin ears turn slightly on the head in the shape of roses or buttons. Ori Pei's tail is tightly curled on its back, and it has an outstanding personality like a pug.

Ori Pei is smart, naughty, loving and easy to connect with family. Ori Pei can be stubborn at times, but not aggressive. Ori Pei is easy to train, and ori Pei likes to please its owners by learning new skills. Ori Pei is not very active and likes to stay indoors, play with toys and even sleep.

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Ori Pei Breed Characteristics

  • About Ori Pei Breed

    Name: Ori Pei

    Height: 12-15 inches

    Weight: 15-30 lbs

    Lifespan: 12-14 years

    Coat Density: Normal

    Coat Texture: Straight

    Puppy Price: $450-$1200

    Temperament: Friendly, smart, loving and intelligent

    Suitable for: Apartments or homes with small yards, active owners

    Ori Pei's polite and gentle personality makes ori Pei get along well with the children. They have a protective effect on family and property, and are excellent watchdog. However, they don't bark unnecessarily. The charm and sense of humor of ori Pei are very attractive. Ori Pei likes to chase cats and small animals, but it's harmless to them. Ori Pei is a smart, quick learner, with a good sense of humor, and very smart, loving and naughty, stubborn but not aggressive. They don't bark unnecessarily, but they are excellent watchmen.

    Social interaction is one of the best qualities of ori Pei, because ori Pei likes to play with children, even with his ori Pei animals. It likes to make faces. Whenever a person talks, it looks at ori Pei. Ori Pei is very emotional and protective. Ori Pei is curious and sometimes daring and gets into trouble. Ori Pei of the United States is gentle and gentle, likes to stay indoors and is good at hugging. Ori Pei in the United States requires regular maintenance and beauty, proper bathing and shampoo. Wrinkles need to be cleaned regularly to avoid acne and infection. Ori Pei has a tendency to shed the right amount of hair in a year, so brush ori Pei regularly with a soft brush. Trim your nails and clean your teeth two to three times a week.

Ori Pei Breed Daily Care

Brushing once a week removes any loose hair and debris from the Ori Pei coat, which is not considered hypoallergenic. Because the appearance features of your ori Pei hybrid include wrinkles from both sides of the biological mixture, special care needs to be taken to keep the wrinkles between the wrinkles clean and dry to avoid skin irritation and infection, which is a known parent. This may be kept under control at least weekly when you brush ori Pei. Other parts of the maintenance plan shall also include checking and trimming toenails and checking ears as necessary, cleaning if necessary without inserting anything into the ear canal. Cleaning the ears will reduce the chance of infection. When it comes to your pet's teeth, it is highly recommended that you brush your teeth at least two to three times a week, if not every day. At the same time, keeping your teeth checked and clean with your veterinary professional will also help reduce the chance of developing periodontal disease, which can lead to tooth loss over time. The smell and drooling level of this hybrid is considered low.

Ori Pei needs a kind of high quality kibble. Real meat and fat are the first raw materials. They may be hairy potatoes, but they are still wolves in nature and need food to be obtained in the wild (hint: no wild by-products). According to the weight of the dog, you can feed the dog twice a day, 3 / 4 to 1 cup of dry food each time.

Ori Pei is susceptible to various health conditions inherited by parents. Not every ori Pei will suffer from these pains. Many of them still live a long and happy life. However, it is important to be aware of the challenges that ori Pei may face. Bloating: a rare but potentially fatal condition in which the stomach of a deep breasted dog twists. If your veterinarian is concerned that your dog may be prone to flatulence, try feeding it with a slow speed feeder, because eating too fast can cause stomach twists. Breathing problems: ori PEIs inherits the facial features of extrusion, making it difficult for ori Pei to breathe. If the hot weather causes ori Pei to pant, ori PEIs will be seriously ill or even die. Eye problems: ori Pei peiz with more Pug shaped faces may have eyes protruding from ori Pei's head. This makes it harder for ori Pei to close their eyes and, as a result, more prone to vision loss and eye ulcers. Spinal problems: the spiral tail of a pug indicates spinal deformity, which can lead to leg pain and poor bladder control. Dysplasia: elbow and hip dysplasia are common diseases. Dogs with dysplasia have poor joint shape and an increased risk of arthritis over time. Not every dog with a deformed hip will feel pain, but it's a good idea to seize it early.

Ori Pei gets a lot of energy from her parents and needs to walk every day to consume it. Take ori PEI for a 45 minute walk every day and play with toys in the backyard or indoors to supplement that. Please note that ori PEIs is very sensitive to hot and cold weather. In winter, you can take them for short, quick walks; in summer, you can take them for a walk on a cool morning or evening.

When threats (e.g., new people) appear in the house of the ori Pei family, the less socialized people become aggressive. It's important to train ori Pei from birth so that we can overcome this instinct as soon as possible - once it's gone, ori Pei will be as lovely as everyone. Fortunately, ori Pei likes to be trained. As a working dog, Sharpes is very smart and comes down through learning the love of ori Pei's oripei puppies. Pugs are also smart, but as companion dogs, they tend to be a bit stubborn. You may find yourself around an independent winning streak. When training, you should try to avoid shouting or yelling. It doesn't teach your ori Pei not to behave badly, it just teaches you not to be caught. Instead, punish problem behavior by announcing the end of game time. Reward good behavior with hospitality, clapping and lots of praise. In time, your ori Pei can learn all kinds of commands and skills.

Ori Pei has a leisurely personality and is usually very tolerant to children, but he should contact them as soon as possible. Just as ori Pei treats human children, ori PEIs is more tolerant of dogs and cats that ori Pei encountered when he was young. You need to take ori Pei home as soon as possible, and ori Pei will soon embrace each other.

Ori Pei is a dog that basically barks when it's needed and reminds the family when it's necessary. This is very important for people who live in communities with noise limits. Ori Pei can't tolerate extreme temperatures very well, so ori Pei is happy to stay indoors most of the time. In addition, because ori Pei's wrinkles need to be kept clean to reduce skin problems, it's very effective for you to keep ori Pei indoors and take ori Pei out for daily walks and exercises.

Ori Pei Breed History

Ori Pei is a mixture of pug and Shapi. This is one of the designer breeds that has produced at least six generations of mongrels since its inception in 1970. This hybrid was born in 1970. At that time, in order to reduce the size and health problems of his beloved Shapi dog, Aaron silver of the United States raised a pug with a Shapi dog, creating a cute and fun furry family member, cleverly disguised as a sofa potato, which would melt anyone's heart. Ori Pei is a cross bred pug and Chinese Shapi. We can get some limited information about the ori Pei hybrid itself, but we need to look at the history of the parent variety to get a more comprehensive understanding of what the hybrid is and what it can be. In 1970, a gentleman named Alan silver in the United States was a fan of the Shapi dog. He intended to make the Shapi dog smaller and eliminate some known health conditions. He used Shapi to breed a pug to accomplish this task, so the olipi hybrid appeared. This hybrid is an old designer breed bred in the United States. There are at least six generations of this designer hybrid on the ground, so it has greater predictability in appearance, temperament and health characteristics. Although it seems to have been created for company, it is also a great family dog and watchdog. Pug The pug, also known as the Chinese pug, the Dutch mastiff or the Dutch bulldog, is a fairly old breed that originated in China at least 2400 years ago. The origin and meaning of the name are unknown, but some people think it's slang for "monkey", while others think it's derived from the Latin word "pugnus", meaning "fist". No matter where you think the name of the pug originated, the shape of the pug is very unique. With its strong body and prominent eyes, it is the favorite of monks and royal families in China and Europe. It seems that the original purpose of Pug was friendship, a function that Pug filled at that time and continues to this day. Pug moved from China to Europe in 1572 and England in 1688. It was popular with Queen Victoria in the 19th century. Queen Victoria helped establish the kennel club in 1873 as a result of her breeding activities. In 1885, the Pug was recognized by the American dog club. Shar-Pei

Chinese Shar Pei, also known as Chinese dogfighting or Shar Pei for short, originated in China. It is believed that Shar Pei is quite ancient, but due to the lack of records and documents of dog breeds created in China, the actual date of origin cannot be obtained. For hundreds of years, the vast majority of Shar Pei has been owned by farmers and raised for hunting, grazing and conservation tasks. Another breeding activity of Sha Pei is fight competition entertainment. In this activity, Sha Pei's loose skin is an advantage, making it difficult for opponents to firmly grasp the Shapi dog. When the Communist rulers killed thousands of Shar Pei, believing that keeping dogs was "the depravity of the west," Shar Pei was hardly extinct. Shapi was finally recognized by the Hong Kong Kennel Club in 1960. In October 1970, the American Kennel Association registered the first batch of Shapi dogs. Shar Pei was accepted by AKC in 1988 and fully recognized in 1992. Another interesting phenomenon is that in 1978, the Chinese Shapi dog was listed as the rarest dog in the world by the Guinness World Records (Guinness World Records). At that time, only 60 dogs were still alive. The ori Pei hybrid dog itself is recognized by the following organizations: American canine Association, American pet registration company, American dog crossbreeding club, design Kennel Club, American dog registration company, international design dog registration company and design dog breed registration company.

Because ori Pei is a hybrid of pug and Shapi, ori Pei can show the temperament characteristics of one or two parents. In addition, since the hybrid dog has more than six generations of offspring, we get some reliable temperament information from the owners and breeders, which shows that the hybrid dog is friendly, gentle and easy to form attachment with family members. In the early stage of socialization, this hybrid will get along well with children and other animals, but because it likes to chase and challenge, it may bring trouble (but not danger) to domestic cats. This lovely fluffy family member is also very funny, and it's very pleasant to interact with. There are some very funny entertainment ways. The hybrid is the human family member who protects ori Pei and the property of ori Pei, although ori Pei is described as polite and fair tempered. Ori Pei is smart, easy to train and eager to please the human master of ori Pei. Although ori Pei likes to play indoors and take a walk every day, your ori Pei hybrids will cuddle together, almost on call!