This breed features two varieties: one only has hair on its feet, tail and head while the other has a long coat and is referred to as the Powder Puff. They are very intuitive and are essentially made for cuddles. The Chinese Crested is eternally devoted to their owner.
This breed has a big appetite despite its size and care should be taken not to overfeed it. They can generally follow a normal dog diet.
Both variations of the Chinese Crested require regular baths. The Powder Puff needs daily brushing to prevent matting. The use of lotions has been popular to maintain the skin of the Hairless Chinese Crested but this should be discussed with your vet before using any sort of cream on your dog's skin.
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