Chinese Crested Breeders London KY

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Jans Snow Dogs
(606) 280-5440
2721 Highway 26
Corbin, KY
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Shiba Inu

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Corbin Animal Clinic
(606) 523-1099
1220 Cumberland Falls Hwy
Corbin, KY

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Twin Cedars Border Collies
(606) 422-4939
75 Maggie Ln
Irvine, KY
Breeds
Border Collie

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Mount Sinai Kennels
(859) 240-0489
3489 Fender Rd
Melbourne, KY
Breeds
Dogue De Bordeaux

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Utt's Poodles Plus
(606) 395-7246
741 SW 71st Ave
Pembroke Pines, KY
Breeds
Poodle, Toy

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Alexander, John, Dvm - London Veterinary Clinic
(606) 878-6965
796 S Laurel Rd
London, KY

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Tri-County Veterinary Clinic
(606) 528-1744
14993 N Us Highway 25 E
Corbin, KY

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WindCrestCottage Coton De Tulear
(859) 319-9901
200 Greenview Ln
Danville, KY
Breeds
Coton De Tulear

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BlueGrass MiniSchnauzers
(859) 221-4118
606 Adena Trace
Versailles, KY
Breeds
Miniature Schnauzer

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Big Mac Boxers
(859) 802-3179
1124 Cape Cod Cir
Crittenden, KY
Breeds
Boxer

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Chinese Crested - Guide to Chinese Crested Dogs

Description: The Chinese Crested is a small dog, no taller than 13 inches and weighing no more than 15 pounds. They're charming, lively, alert, intelligent and can be trained to perform tricks. The Chinese Crested's unique appearance is definitely an eye-catcher and conversation starter.

The exact origins of the breed are not known, however, they were favored by the Chinese and traced back to the African Hairless dog. Chinese Cresteds were routinely traded at ports in the Central and South Americas as well as in Asia and Africa as early as the 1500s. They were excellent ratters and commonly used by merchants and sailors.

There are two types of Chinese Crested: The Hairless and the Powderpuff. The Hairless variety has tufts of long hair on the head, tail and feet. The Powderpuff variety has a doublecoat of soft and silky hair.

The Chinese Crested breed became popular in the United States in the early 1900s. They are the AKC's 132 dog and were first registered in 1991.

Height: The height of Chinese Crested dogs is between 28 - 33 cm (11-13 ins) at withers and for bitches between 23 - 30 cm (9-12 ins) at withers

Weight:
The weight of a Chinese Crested can vary considerably, but should not be over 5.4 kg (12 lbs).

Coat Type:
The Hairless variety of the Chinese Crested has soft and silky hair on its head, tail and feet which can be lengthy. Grooming for this variety is more concentrated on protecting the skin where there is no hair. The Powder Puff variety has double coat of long, soft hair. Frequent brushing is recommended due to matting. The Chinese Crested is a very light shedder.

Color:
The Chinese Crested can be of any color or combination of colors.

Temperament:
Chinese Cresteds are happy, alert, playful and loving. This charming breed becomes very attached to its owner. They're very sweet and they do very well with children. Chinese Cresteds are curious, clean, quiet and when playing, they belt out a distinctive howl. Chinese Cresteds do not require much exercise and they do well in apartment living.

Health Problems:
The Chinese Crested is not affected by many of the congenital diseases found in toy breeds. Health concerns include: tooth decay, skin irritations, hypothermia and patellar luxation (knee problems). Another health concern for this breed include two forms of progressive retinal atrophy (PRA). Chinese Cresteds can live up to 15 years or longer.

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