Every life is valuable... Including children's!!!!! Help. End. Abortion.!! Please!  ... Children's lives matter too!

Every life is valuable... Including children's!!!!! Help. End. Abortion.!! Please! ... Children's lives matter too!

Crestado Chino [Chinese Crested] | Ladra para alertar y aunque su ladrido no asustará a ningún intruso, se toma muy en serio su papel de alertarte a tiempo. Algunos llegan a desarrollar el gusto por aullar o cantar.  [He barks to alert.  His bark will not scare an intruder, However, he takes guarding very seriously.  Some of this breed even develop a taste for howling or singing.].

Crestado Chino [Chinese Crested] | Ladra para alertar y aunque su ladrido no asustará a ningún intruso, se toma muy en serio su papel de alertarte a tiempo. Algunos llegan a desarrollar el gusto por aullar o cantar. [He barks to alert. His bark will not scare an intruder, However, he takes guarding very seriously. Some of this breed even develop a taste for howling or singing.].

Help us end the Chinese dog meat trade once and for all!

Help us end the Chinese dog meat trade once and for all!

Good night ❤ Long Haired French Bulldog Puppy, (he's Long Haired because of a recessive Corgie Gene; Frenchies were originally bred from mixing English Bulldogs, Chinese Pugs, and Corgis.)

Bulldog – Calm Courageous and Friendly

Good night ❤ Long Haired French Bulldog Puppy, (he's Long Haired because of a recessive Corgie Gene; Frenchies were originally bred from mixing English Bulldogs, Chinese Pugs, and Corgis.)

The origins of the Pekingese dog began with the breeding in the Chinese imperial court, perhaps as early as the Han Dynasty (206 BCE - 220 CE) period. The Chinese emperor wanted to replicate the Buddha's experience of taming a wild lion, symbolizing passion and aggression. Buddha's tame lion would "follow at his heels like a faithful dog," according to legend. In a somewhat circular story, then, the Han emperors bred a dog to make it look like a lion - a lion that acted like a faithful dog.

The origins of the Pekingese dog began with the breeding in the Chinese imperial court, perhaps as early as the Han Dynasty (206 BCE - 220 CE) period. The Chinese emperor wanted to replicate the Buddha's experience of taming a wild lion, symbolizing passion and aggression. Buddha's tame lion would "follow at his heels like a faithful dog," according to legend. In a somewhat circular story, then, the Han emperors bred a dog to make it look like a lion - a lion that acted like a faithful dog.

In China, animal rescuers paid around $8000 to buy all the dogs who were already in a truck on it's way to the slaughterhouse. This is a picture taken after they brought all the dogs to their animal rescue center.

Headed For The Butcher, Chinese Dogs Are Rescued

In China, animal rescuers paid around $8000 to buy all the dogs who were already in a truck on it's way to the slaughterhouse. This is a picture taken after they brought all the dogs to their animal rescue center.

Dogs that are Good with Kids and Don't Shed

Dogs that are Good with Kids and Don't Shed

Yes. I know. I KNOW. But no matter what derogatory thing you say to me, a healthy Chinese Crested with fine conformation looks beautiful to my eyes. And you know, they are very happy living in a climate like the one we have here in Tucson, Arizona!

Chinese dog sanctuary

Headed For The Butcher, Chinese Dogs Are Rescued

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