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Chinese Crested Dog

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... She told me it was a 'Powderpuff' and I said I had never heard of them so she explained it was a Chinese Crested Powderpuff. Now I had heard of Chinese Crested dogs and to be honest I was not a fan. In general they are bald apart from tufts of hair on their heads and feet and I am afraid ... Read review

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What sort of a dog is it? Review with images

AdvantagesSmall, happy and adaptable

DisadvantagesThey need regular brushing

"...she explained it was a Chinese Crested Powderpuff. Now I had heard of Chinese Crested dogs and to be honest I was not a fan. In general they are bald apart from tufts of hair on their heads and feet and I am afraid bald dogs are just not my cup of tea. Added to that, given that I was planning to integrate a puppy into a house with three cats, being bald would certainly have been a disadvantage for the puppy as it would have no protection at all. The ..." Read review
01.10.2009

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A dog for the Discerning

AdvantagesOodles of Fun in a Small Package

DisadvantagesHas quite a few special requirements

"Chinese Crested Dogs are rather an "Acquired Taste" - people tend either to love 'em or hate 'em due to their unusual appearance. They are a small dog; in height akin to the toy poodle/Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and there are two distinct body types, namely the cobby type and the deer type. The former is as the name suggests a squarer and slightly heavier build than the latter, which looks like a VERY miniature greyhound in shape. Just to ..." Read review
11.09.2002

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