Chinese Crested Dog: The Ugliest Dog in the World?


The Chinese Crested dog is a unique breed that is often called the "ugliest dog in the world." They are known for their hairless bodies, wrinkled skin, and large, expressive eyes.


The Chinese Crested dog is thought to have originated in China over 2,000 years ago. They were originally bred as companion dogs for the Chinese imperial family.


Chinese Crested dogs are known for being playful, affectionate, and intelligent dogs. They are also very loyal and make great companions.


Chinese Crested dogs come in two varieties: Hairless Chinese Crested dogs have smooth, hairless skin. Powderpuff Chinese Crested dogs have a soft, wooly coat.


 Chinese Crested dogs are relatively low-maintenance dogs. They need to be bathed regularly and their skin should be kept clean and moisturized.


Chinese Crested dogs are generally healthy dogs, but they are prone to some health problems, such as skin allergies and dental problems.


Chinese Crested dogs are intelligent dogs and are easy to train. They are eager to please their owners and respond well to positive reinforcement.

Where to Buy

Chinese Crested dogs can be found at most reputable breeders. They can also be adopted from rescue organizations.


The cost of a Chinese Crested dog will vary depending on the breeder or rescue organization. They typically cost between $500 and $2,000.

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