Monthly Archives: September 2011

HANDSOME! Not always a descriptive applied to Shar-Pei’s but in this case this is a handsome dude. Absolutely chock full of life and that particular Shar-Pei character that only belongs to them.   HERE’S THE GOOD NEWS, HE’S ALREADY BEEN ADOPTED, CONGRATS GUYS AND TO WHOEVER HAS HIM, HE’LL KEEP YOU FIT JAVA-sharpei-looking-over-shoulder Sue says […]

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  Hello David & Sylvaine, I finally got home a little bit ago to see the artwork. I’d been looking forward to it all day! I just wanted to share with you both how happy we are with the final product. The work looks really amazing. The images are beautiful and the canvases look very […]

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Over the weekend we had this fine set of recently rescued (and one princess) Shar Pei’s. We had a bast photographing them all, and we’ll be showing them all to you and telling their stories over the next month or so.     They came with all the fine folks at the Pei People, Southern […]

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    These guys can carry lots of water around in those lips and beards, and drop it on your head if you happen to be lying around taking pictures of the other one.   These were a new breed to me but they’ve been around for a while here’s one sitting under the throne […]

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  Did you know? Shar Pei translates to Sand Skin? That Shar Pei’s are one of the oldest breeds of dog? That they were one of the original 4 distinct groups of canine when we domesticated the wolf? That for thousands of years they’ve been guard and fighting dogs? Have guarded Chinese Royalty? Were nearly […]

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