Air signs could potentially revolutionize pet safety for years to come, giving us all peace of mind knowing our four-legged friends are safe wherever they may roam. However, don’t rush out and get an air sign for your pet. Apple has not approved the use of aerial signals to track pets.
Nevertheless, this story shows that the air sign saved his life! Would you get an air tag for your dog? Watch the video
No 1: Cocker Spaniel Shar Pei Mix
If you are looking for a Shar Pei mix that may be suitable for children, then our Cocker Spaniel Shar Pei Mix is a possibility.
Golden Rottie Retriever
Parents: Rottweiler x Golden Retriever mix
Golden Rottie Retrievers have a truly memorable look. Both parents are similar in size, but they both have slightly different shapes, coats and colors. The result often ends up with an arresting dog that has the color of a Rottweiler but the shape of a Golden Retriever.
This is where things get a little sad. Shar Pei dogs are prone to many health problems and their life expectancy is short (only 8-12 years).
Because of their short and hooked noses resembling hippos, they are prone to respiratory problems that can be fatal if not treated properly.
What is a Golden Pei dog breed?
As the Golden Pei is known to be a designer breed, it is unofficially recognized as such by the American Kennel Club. This mixed dog comes from a larger Golden Retriever and a medium sized Shar Pei; A Shar pei Golden mix puppy may develop into a large or medium sized dog. Therefore, you should inquire about the size of the parent from the breeder or seller you buy from so that you can get an idea of the size your dog is likely to be.
The well-socialized Golden Retriever Shar Pei mix is a friendly dog with a gentle nature. Your new stylish pet can get along with other dogs, children or even cats if you take the time to teach them proper manners. But because of the Chinese Shar-Pei in this mix, you are also quick to react to your child pulling the tail or trying to remove the food bowl at the end of a meal. This dog breed is more suitable for families with older children or no children at all.