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There are two varieties in the Shar-Pei breed: a traditional type with less wrinkles, roof-tile muzzle, pointed tail, short hair (horse coat), and a modified heavier muzzle (hippopotamus look)with meat padding on top and longer hair (brush coat). Breeders in China (particularly in Southern China, Hong Kong, Macau) commonly called the traditional type found originally in Dali (Dailek, Dailet), Namhoi City in Guangdong Province as the Bone-mouth and the latter development in the Western world as the Meat-mouth.

Sharpei Club Hong Kong based its breed standard on the traditional bone-mouth standard.

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