The Pekingese is well-known for being incredibly stubborn, which can prove to make potty training your pup more than just challenging. If you want potty training to succeed, you must be patient, consistent in your efforts, and most of all be able to "out stubborn" your pup. It can take up to a full six months for your pup to fully master this very important skill. But, unless you want to spend your dog's life cleaning up after him, you need to keep working with him until he is properly potty trained.
The task at hand is to potty train your Pekingese pup that it is not okay for him to relieve himself wherever he feels like it in your home. You can teach him that the only place he is allowed to go is outside or, if you prefer, in a puppy litter box (yes, they do make them). Keep in mind that these little guys are not exactly very active, so they don't do well in extremes of heat or cold. If you're going to teach your pup to go outside only, try to find a spot that is well-sheltered to turn into his potty.
Because this particular breed can be harder than most to train, you will definitely need plenty of patience and to be as consistent as possible in order to succeed. Like many other things you want to teach your pup, the only way to success is repetition, positive reinforcement, and time. You will need a few supplies, including:
No matter which of the various training methods you choose, you need to have the time to work with your pup as often as you can. This is the only way he will finally figure out where he is supposed to go potty and that it is not okay for him to go anywhere else.