The homeland of the Pekingese is China. It was in the Celestial Empire that these arrogant fuzzies were elevated into a cult, adding them to the list of the emperor’s favorite pets. According to some reports, the age of the breed has long exceeded 2000 years, but the world learned about its existence only in the 18th century. For centuries under the tutelage of Chinese rulers, the Pekingese or Fu dogs, as they were preferred to be called at home, evolved into true darlings of fate. Their figurines were sculpted from porcelain, legends were made about them, and the smallest representatives of the breed rode around in the sleeves of the nobles, eating selected delicacies from their table.
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