Chinese Crested Dog October 14, 2013 at 5:16 pm

Chinese Crested DogChinese crested dog is a dog with a friendly disposition and lively temperament. It comes in two versions – hairy and hairless. Hairy variety is called a powder puff.Chinese crested hairless does not require special care, but you have to protect him from the cold and excessive sunlight. Often lacking teeth.Chinese Crested Dog with hair should be brushed regularly. Growers generally associate with each other both varieties, so that the young are larger and healthier.

Chinese crested as the name suggests should come from China, his ancestors have already performed during the Han dynasty , around 200 BC The only thing we can be sure of today is that it was accompanied by a man to travel across the world , sea and land – but how come we do not know it exactly . However, it is believed that the breed originated in the United States in the eighties the nineteenth century. Many frescoes and paintings that have been found show crested as a companion dog , but thanks to its bare skin, he met yet another function : it served as a warm body heat to hands or feet , and the dog was used as a living hot water bottle . As the Chinese Crested dog is a slight increase in high- need and not moving, is the perfect dog for even a small apartment. Take your dog on vacation also should not cause trouble , there is a huge requirement and is acceptable to all the hotels and tourist resorts (its very unusual look to it in the help ) . While a dog of this breed does not require much movement , it can be a tireless walker – if only the pace is not too fast. Chinese Crested is generally quite healthy , but keep in mind that if the weather is wet or raining after returning from a short walk carefully wipe the dog dry towel . Be aware also of the teeth in the breed are quite weak au variety of bare ( hairless ) full dentition is rare . Therefore, do not prevent the formation of stones. When you decide to buy a puppy of this breed should check whether the parents were screened for eye diseases : – PLL lens luxation – Prcd – PRA progressive retinal atrophy – CERF basic eye examination performed by an ophthalmologist Chinese Crested draws attention not only to its unusual appearance – if anyone has a chance to get to know him intimately , then surely appreciate its unique character and unusual behavior. whole body demonstrates that it is attached and in love with his master and his family , and to strangers shows arrogance and reserve. Sometimes I do feel cocky arrogant . He loves to play and is most often a man can invent them yourself or provoke . He hates loneliness and separation from the owner. If left too long alone in the house can make trouble . It is quite proud of his dog and taking care of it , to contact with the world is arranged as it wishes . You have to remember that a dog of this breed has a high tendency to dominate , so the owner can not be too submissive to him and indulgent . At the outset, Crested should know their place in the hierarchy of the herd home , otherwise starts quickly and cleverly led by the nose of the owner and lives in the house was going to be on his terms.

 

4 Responses to “Chinese Crested Dog”

  1. I crested the hair. On the left side in one place his hair began to fall out. We are constantly expanding it. There were also changes in the skin. Weterunarze can not determine the cause of hair loss. Maybe someone had a similar case and could help wrozpoznaniu disease. For all the information thank you in advance.

  2. part of my question is whether these dogs are really a cuddly I have a cairn terrier and he is not very fond of carres only when he feels like it I need a dog to b power often hug him, pat whether these are suitable for this

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