Pekingese Puppy. I wonder if this is what Frank looked like as a puppy.

Pekingese Puppy Portrait

Pekingese Originally bred as companions for royalty in China, these dogs have the calm composure that would have been expected of a palace pup. Low energy and affectionate, he’ll be happy sitting at your feet as you relax. They're likely to let out a warning bark if they find cause for alarm, but generally are not yappy or noisy.

I had a pekingese dog named Hokeywolf that spoke. He would say "I love you" and "I wanna go out". One of the coolest dogs ever!he is so cute.

My sweet little Pekingese, Albert

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Pekingese - the infamous meerkat pose. Loved my Pekingese. This is not a picture of her, but it sure looks like her.

Another pinner said, "Pekingese - the infamous meerkat pose. Loved my Pekingese. This is not a picture of her, but it sure looks like her".

I love my Pekingese. I'd have this many if thang let me!

Robert Doisneau: The dogs of the Marquis de Cuevas, Bois de Boulogne, 1953

Pekingese

Pekingese were held sacred in ancient China and could only be owned by royalty…

ペキニーズ Pekingese looks lie our Princess

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