"You're not truly loved, until you're loved by a pekingese. "
You can't own a pekingese, they own you. It's said that once someone owns a Pekingese they are never without a Pekingese. Pekingese are not as other dogs-Just like Goldfish are not as other fish. Pekingese playing on the lawn give a quality to the garden as do peacocks and swans.
There are dogs, there are cats, then there are pekingese.
Home is where the dog hair sticks to everything but the dog!
Welcome to the Peke Heaven
Welcome to my webpage. My name is Loretta. I live in a small
town about 60 miles from New Orleans, Louisiana. My sister (Cynthia)
and I live and breed pekingese. We have four beautiful girls. Suzie was
our first. We got her after the loss of our 14 year old girl Kookie she passed away.
Kemo was gotten at the same time. We went to Mississippi in order to get Claudette.
This was the first time we were leaving the state of Louisiana. Then we found Lola.
She was lonely so we went back the next day and picked up her sister May Ling.
Claudette and Kemo had their first litter of puppies. We were unprepaired and left
them alone. They both went in the room and fought over the puppies. Four of them were killed and one was hurt. That is how we got Johnny. His back legs were left with nerve
damage. He never learned to walk, but he is happy and healthy otherwise. Kemo was ao big that we had to retire him, but then that left us with no males for breeding purposes. We began searching for a male, that's when we found Teddy. He was the sweetest little bundle of joy we had ever seen. The girls fell in love with him right away. Lola and Teddy had puppies and she had four. C.C. was ordered since he was six weeks old, but we couldn't ship him out because of the heat in Louisiana so we talked over the internet and sent pictures. She was so in love with him and couldn't wait to get him. Right when it was time for him to go to his new home she stopped writing . We still don't know what happened to her, but we fell in love with C.C. and he became ours. He has all the sweetness of Lola and Teddy. He stayed as small as Lola and is cuter than Teddy. Then one day I was looking in the paper and I saw a black and white partie colored female and I knew she had to be mine. Off we went to Challmette to get her. It was so important to me because when we had Fluffy I had studded him out. The female had five black and white female puppies, but I was told that they all died.. I was suppose to get pick of the litter but was crooked out of her. I found out later that they all lived. I then needed different males and really wanted a solid white one. We found Henry. He was already five months old and looked like he was scared of most people, but he really needed to be loved by us. He now has a loving home and doesn't have to live in a cage anymore. We had one of our pryer owners of one of our former puppies that for one reason or another didn't want her anymore call us and ask us to take her back. Of course we wouldn't turn down any of our pups that didn't have a home anymore, so now Gia lives with us. We bred her the second season she was here with us and had no problems at first. Then her labor began. It was uneventful at first, but then the puppy was coming out and she wasn't streching enough to let the puppy out, so off to the vet we went. About halfway there we had to pull over--two puppies came out at once. We looked down and seen she was all torn. When we got to the vet he told us that in twenty-seven years as a vet that was the first time he had seen that in a dog. In order to sew her up she had to be finished, but there was still another puppy left so we had to give her a c-section. While he was in her I told him to fix her because he told me that it would happen every time. She awoke from the section all stitched up and didn't want anything to do with the puppies. We are bottled feeding them. We lost the little girl that caused her to have the section after all. We saved two of them and now Gia will live out her old age as one of our beloved girls.
A MESSAGE FROM THE RAINBOW BRIDGE