Usually, in order to walk freely, a Pekingese needs two visits a day for 15-20 minutes, but it all depends on the well-being and state of health of a particular dog. There are individuals, and there are many of them, that have time to warm up in 5-10 minutes. In addition, the breed does not tolerate heat well, so if the thermometer outside the window is + 25 ° C and above, it is better to postpone the excursion to early morning or late evening. Chilly weather and severe frosts are also not a joy for Pekingese, so on especially cold days, you should generally refuse to walk.
Often the Pekingese neglect this science, preferring to do their "dirty deeds" on the parquet floor, carpets, or the owner's favorite armchair. Moreover, some of the animals “mine” the most unexpected places even after they have completely mastered the tray. There are two ways to combat this behavior:
remove objects that attract dogs, if it is a carpet or bedspread;
prohibit the Pekingese from going to that part of the apartment, which he made his own toilet, blocking the entrance with a low fence.
They do not scare off all individuals, but they work on some furry hooligans. Important: you cannot punish a Pekingese for going to the toilet past the litter box, poking the dog's nose into the products of its vital activity. Otherwise, do not be surprised at the pet's sophisticated revenge in the form of "fragrant gifts" in the most unexpected places.