Chinese Crested


The Chinese crested dog is a hairless breed of canine. Like most of the hairless breeds of dogs, this breed comes in two varieties, with fur or without fur. Though hairless dogs have already been present in many locations in the world, it’s improbable the roots of the present day Chinese crested are in China. The type was presumed by some to have originated from Africa and was termed the African Hairless Terrier in many 19th Century texts, nevertheless, there is innate research that reveals a shared origin with the Mexican Hairless. Within The 1950s, Debora Wood made the “Crest Haven” kennel and begun to intentionally breed and report the lineages of her Chinese crested dogs.

Physical Appearance

This breed is recognized as little; 10–13 lb (4.5–5.9 kg). The Balding range can vary in level of body hair. Fur around the muzzle, generally known as a beard, is not rare. A true hairless typically does not have as much furnishings (hair on the scalp, tail, and paws). The distinction between a really hairy hairless and Powderpuff is that the hairless features a single coat with hairless areas about the body, while the Powderpuff features a dense double coat. The Hairless’ skin comes in many different hues, ranging to black from a soft flesh. Hairless cresteds often lack the full group of premolar teeth, but this is not considered a problem. A Powderpuff features a long, soft coat. Its coat can come in many colors.


It is a family friendly breed, not aggressive toward kids or other animals. They cannot make crate dogs, simply because they appreciate the companionship of the family. If not properly socialized at an earlier age this type is often on the fearful side with visitors. Odorless, non -shedding, and hypo allergenic, these are excellent pets for allergy sufferers. They’ve been described as having “a super model look, with a saint personality”. Powderpuffs have become tender, lively, fun, and love to be cuddled. This breed wants to hug & smile and is exceptionally loving. The majority are regarded as great “performers.” They’re excellent with youngsters, forgiving, thus should not be taken advantage of through tough handling. They’re an engaging companion, clever, and very willing to understand. The Powderpuff Chinese Crested are known to be able to perform well in obedience, agility, and other dog related activities. They’re able to quickly be taught to fetch & retrieve.


The Powderpuff isn’t affected by lots of the hereditary disorders within other toy breeds. They’re, however, prone to some of the conditions listed; Eye problems such as glaucoma, PRA, and luxation, luxating patellas, and Legg-Pethes disease. Autoimmune and sensitivity conditions have already been noticed in the type. Its lifespan is around 12– 14 years – although some have been known to live considerably longer.

Chinese Crested