Aaaaah the sweet, sweet scent of a Lotus, a SharPei Lotus to be exact, WOOF! Yes indeed a beautiful girl dog gracing my blog today and my face didn’t get all contorted this time. I thought I’d work to be dignified instead…(sshhh, I’m using a younger photo, hehe). Lotus lives with our friend Rebecca Dean who is also part of the SharPei Health Education Group.
The beautiful Lotus Pei flower
What’s not to love?
In Rebecca’s words: I have been owned by Shar Pei for over 10 years now and lost my first Shar Pei last year to mast cell cancer. My oldest Shar Pei is 12 and the youngest is almost 6 months. I breed occasionally to have something new to show, but also participate in breed rescue, so this is why I don’t breed that often.
I don’t get it, can you lend me a paw here? I first started to investigate alternative medicines and the uses of supplements and vitamins because of my mentor. She is Susie Lauer of Shenanigans Shar Pei. I have a certificate from about 6th grade from my 4H for dog care and training. As a youngster, I had a rabbit who would eat sunflower seeds from my mouth
All tuckered out
Note from BNB: Once again, another responsible, reputable breeder who only breeds with the integrity of her breed in mind, and to enjoy this wonderful breed. They are not who the extremists are making them out to be. Instead of allowing ourselves to be spoonfed propaganda we ought to use our minds for once - how novel that would be!
Look for more Shar Pei beauties to come here on Bark N Blog!
Have a pawsitively tail waggin’, naturally healthy, Pei day, WOOF!