There are many words that can be used to describe the personality of a Pekingese, but some of the most commonly heard words are aggressive, stubborn, and stubborn. A Pekingese can be a very jealous and possessive puppy; jealousy often manifests itself in manifestations of aggression. The dog can be aggressive towards other dogs or people who come to visit your home.
Most dogs will easily adapt and enjoy socializing with other dogs, the same cannot be said for Pekingese, and the dog is a tough nut to crack. The Pekingese breed can become tolerant of other dogs in the home; however, it is usually only shown towards littermates or a dog that has been around for an extended period. If a Pekingese gets along with another dog, it is not something that happens quickly or easily.
A Pekingese can be very low-threatening to people due to their small size, however the breed is aware of this fact and will act and display a large ego in response. This is a dog that demands respect from the owner and will do whatever it takes to earn respect. The dog is extremely jealous and prone to aggression towards any threatening party. The Pekingese prefers to bond with a person and easily chooses the object of his affection, in fact, the dog decides from the beginning who he likes and who does not. The dog is extremely loyal to his owner and may growl or growl if someone else tries to discipline him.
The Pekingese is a true lap dog and loves to be with its owners. The dog does not like to be told “no” and does not usually do something that is told. Many owners have testified that their Pekingese will growl at them if they try to force them to do something against their will.
The breed is very loyal to the owner and protector of their home, which makes them ideal for home protection; however, dogs tend to be overly aggressive as guard dogs. The dog appears to have an inferiority complex and will easily stand his ground and struggle to get noticed and get noticed.
Many breeders refuse to sell Pekingese to people who have young children in the home due to the dog’s unpredictable tendencies. In some cases, if a child is not taught properly, many of them think of a Pekingese as a toy or a doll and do not handle it delicately. In some cases, a Pekingese simply does not adapt well to a home with young children.
Anyone thinking of buying a Pekingese for a family pet should enroll the dog in some basic obedience classes. The dog will make a great pet, but it must be disciplined firmly and shown what behavior is acceptable. Unlike other dog breeds, a Pekingese will not work to please people, unless it is in their best interest. Many Pekingese owners find their independent nature to be one of the breed’s most endearing qualities.