by T.F.H. Publications; distributed to the book trade by Sterling Pub. Co., New York in Jersey City, N.J .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||SF429.P3 K3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||62012611|
The Pekingese looks like a lion. It is bold, independent and they love their family. They are originally from China and once had their own servants. In this Pekingese book we will explore their temperament, their health issues and their origins. Jersey City, N.J., T.F.H. Publications; distributed to the Book trade by Sterling Pub. Co., New York  Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Pekingese dog. More like this: Similar Items. Get this from a library! The book of the pekingese: from palace dog to the present day. [Anna Katherine Nicholas; Joan McDonald Brearley] -- Discusses the origin, history, development, general care, and feeding of the breed. The Dog art is very enjoyable but in some of the plates I think it depicts Japanese Chins, not Pekingese. Unfortunately the art is reproduced mostly in black in white. Just had to get this book. I've loved Pekingese from the first time I laid eyes on Peaches, a honey and white parti-colored peke in on Andrews Air Force Base. I was 6 yrs old.
The Pekingese" is the first children's book written by Elizabeth Jamie Katz, co-author of the best-selling Christian financial planning book "Money Came By The House The Other Day," and illustrated by Dominick Blanda. From Queenie Verity-Steele, The Book on Pekingese, The Seventh Edition, self published,, facing p Much has been written in English about the Pekingese since the first dogs arrived in England after the sacking of the Yuanming Yuan 圓明園, or Garden of Perfect Brightness, in Happy Holidays, everyone! Exciting news! Award-Winning author Elizabeth Jamie Katz will be signing books at The Queen Bee at the Town Center Mall in Baton Rouge on December 1. You won't want to miss this special event! Come out and get in the holiday . Also available from Amazon: The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind's Best Friend. The Pekingese. This Oriental toy is of great antiquity, as is proved in the art and sculpture of ancient dynasties in China, He is a tiny, soft, cuddly, little creature, rather less exclusive in his friendships than the English toys, easily distinguished.
The Princess, The Pearls & The Pekingese is the story of a young princess, but she's not your ordinary princess. She is the daughter of the Creator of the universe, the King of kings! In this beautifully illustrated book, young readers, as well as the adults who read aloud, discover the important message of God's love for young girls and the role they play in his world. Other health issues in Pekingese include hernias, bloat, and autoimmune hemolytic anemia. Hanging tongue is a mild condition that can occur in Pekingese, where the tongue protrudes through the front teeth or hangs out the side of the mouth. It may be a neurological defect or a structural defect, but it isn't really anything to worry about. O'Neill, Raymond () The Book of British Pre War Pekingese Champions, history of the Breed in the UK prior to the Second World War (1st edition only). Quigley, Dorothy () The Quigley Book of the Pekingese, Howell Book House, New York. A well regarded manual on breeding and maintaining Pekingese from one of the most successful breeder. Explore our list of Pekingese dog Books at Barnes & Noble®. Get your order fast and stress free with free curbside pickup. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern.