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Above you will find the latest Shar-Pei puppies which we have for sale. At times we may only have a few Shar-Pei available so we do hope you check back soon to find and locate your new furry best friend! Should there not be any Shar-Pei puppy listings shown, please complete the form accordingly to register your interest in buying an Shar-Pei.

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Customer Reviews

Words from our Happy Dog Owners all over the World

Hi Eddie! Here some pictures of our sweetheart Poppy. We love her so much. She is so lovely. Thanks for all. Gudrun, Vienna, Austria

Hi guysCheckers arrived last night he was fine except for a cut across thebridge of his nose with some fur missing otherwise he was full of beans andkept us up until 2am and woke again at 4. I feel like a new mum again!! Heis beautiful though!! A big thanks to all the team and I will send some picstomorrow...

Hi Eddie, Rocco is doing great! He is such a fun loving, playful sweetheart! He made friends right away with the other dogs here. He is particularly fond of Jessica our Pomeranian. You can see him in one of the pictures lying on top of her. Only her head is sticking out. They are such a busy bunch, that it...

Hi Steve, Here are some pictures of Hooch(Dragon) He is an amazing dog, very loving and playful. We are so happy with him. Thank you very much. All the best Profound regards Yousef

Gudrun Wieselthaler

Mörbisch am See, Austria

Carol & Andrew Wagner

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Gerda van Brakel

Pretoria, South Africa

Yousef Omer Fittiani

Amman, Jordan

About 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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