Welcomes Chinese Crested, List of Small Dog Breeds -Affordable Pet Sitter in SLC, Utah - slcdogsitter.com


Among the traits of the Chinese Crested is the fact that they're sweet, lively, playful, cuddly, loving, affectionate, intelligent, alert and are eager to please.

Family/Child Friendly

This breed of dog is outstanding with children.

Lifespan and Weight

The common lifespan of this breed of dog is around 10 to 12 years. Even so, with the advancement of veterinary medicine, pets have been recognized to reside up to 20 years as well as longer. The common weight for this breed of dog is about ten lbs.

Do they Get Sick Often?

Well-known Illnesses

The most frequent illnesses and medical circumstances associated with the Chinese  Dog is  involved but are not restricted to allergies to lanolin and wool, tooth decay, sunburn, and weight gain.

Housebreaking and Shedding

Housebreaking can be accomplished with patience on part of the owner. Shedding is minimal on the head and locations that do have fur. These largely hairless dogs are good for allergy sufferers.

Greatest Owner Compatibility

Not appropriate for the frequent traveler. This breed of dog is appropriate for the apartment or condo atmosphere, supplied they're kept warm. Very best Owner has a lot of like and attention to give.

Where to purchase A Healthy Chinese Crested Dog...

Where to purchase click here for more detailed information. 

The most beneficial places to purchase this breed of dog are from reputable breeders, animal shelters, and rescue organizations.

Typical Price

This breed of dog can be a pretty rare breed of dog. You'll be able to anticipate to pay upwards of around $1,800+ per dog. Routine veterinary care ought to be included inside your budget.

Aggression Factor

This breed of dog is often reserved with strangers and can have a tendency towards being timid.

Noise Element

This breed of dog makes for a great watchdog to announce guests arrival. 

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Salt Lake City, Utah 84109
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How many puppies
are in a litter of Chinese Crested?

My crested had a litter of 5 in Feb (two didn't make it). I took my female to the vet on day 21 to see. The vet can easily feel the puppies at that point. I have just started taking reservations for them if you are interested. Two hairless (one all white and one white with black) and a powder puff (white with brown and black). They are all males. The two that didn't make it were female powder-puffs.

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