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Pekingese

This feisty little dog is independent and courageous – sometimes getting in over its head. It is opinionated and stubborn. The Pekingese will readily get into power struggles with its owner. It has even been known to stop eating as a way to show authority over its owner. It can also be difficult to housebreak. The Pekingese is devoted towards its family although it may not outwardly display affection. It is a lively breed that is playful with children, but does better with older kids. It does not like to be disturbed while sleeping, and it should not be overfed. The Pekingese is wary of strangers and tends to bark, making it a great watchdog. It needs to be socialized with other pets as a puppy.