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Dear Eddie,me and my family want to thank you and your team for our wonderful puppy, Elvis.As you can see by the pictures, we are so happy and proud to have him! We trully love him! Thank you for all your help and congratulations for the extraordinary service you provide.We have already been to the VET and he is a...

Hello EddieGelya is enjoying her home very much here in Baumholder. We just got the hang of the potty training. She is getting bigger everyday. Everyone on post always ask us where we got her from. I am always happy to say Euro Puppy. I attached some pictures of her from the first day she got her to the most...

Hey eddy, Look at him now. Became more active and had minced beef twice and licked his bowl. He liked beef more than chicken. Now cheawing bone. He is very playfull. Now slowly mixing with us & i belive he will be normal soon. Went to docs and has declare him fit but will recover from stress & drepression than...

Hi there Eddie!We took the puppy, now called Rosie as she's so pretty, to the vet this morning (Saturday) - she was given one final vaccination and declared fit and healthy :)She is so adorable, and we're thoroughly enjoying her company. Our other dog is a little jealous, but she's a lovely temperament, so it's just a matter of time....

Sonia & Kurt Gillig

Porches, Portugal

Schanell Boreliz

Baumholder, Germany

Arun Kumar Sabui

Doha, Qatar

Claire Huddleston

Doha, Qatar

Über Chinesische Shar-Pei Breed

The Chinese Shar-Pei is a playful, active, dominant, and brave breed. It is very loyal to its handler. The Chinese Shar-Pei name roughly translates to “draping sand paper like skin” in Chinese where it was known as the “Chinese Fighting Dog”. In 1978 the Guinness Book of Records listed it as the world’s rarest dog.

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