Although the Chinese Crested is associated with China doubt that the breed originated in that country. Hairless dogs have existed in many parts of the world and it is expected that most likely the ancestors of the ridge were Chinese hairless dogs were carried out by African traders in China, where these dogs were bred for reduce. Ridge type dogs from as far as the 13th century as a favored pet of the ruling class China recorded. Crested are also thought to have accompanied the Chinese sailors as harmful insects, companion, and perhaps a food source, which spread across the world via the ports on the ancient trade routes. The breed was brought to the attention of the Western world in the 1800s when British and European explorers encountered them in Central and South America, Africa and Asia. In the late 19th century some of these exotic-looking dog was introduced in Great Britain. Although it was initially a novelty appeal to popularity as a dog, and is limited. The breed was recognized by the Kennel Club in 1981. The nests of the hairless variety usually contains a few puffs.
Or she has an office or a sport coat and long hair silky crest Chinese is a dog catching a companion and beautiful and touching. He is very affectionate and totally devoted to his owners, his true happiness lies in its people and about being included in many of their activities possible. He loves the comforts of home, but give way in front of the fireplace or in the chair as comfortable to go somewhere with his family. The well-bred Chinese Crested has a pleasant character, and while initially a bit wary of strangers, it is never brilliant or bad mood. He is very alert and bark at the presence of visitors to announce, but is not particularly territorial or overprotective. In general, it mixes well with other dogs and animals and it is good old, children of consideration. It has abundant energy and play hard with all those willing to work with him or, if no volunteers are forthcoming, there will games. It is not unknown for a peak search for the pleasure of climbing the fence, so chain link, or anything else that can provide points of contact should be avoided. It is known as the resolution of problems that may become clear when it comes to seizing a prohibited product owner believed to be safe from the road. The Chinese Crested is very sensitive to cold, it is essential for their physical comfort he needs a dog inside and he had a coat worn when walking in bad weather. If the hairless variety is also important that the skin is protected against sunburn by applying lotions and provide adequate shade. For those seeking a lively, elegant dog whose loyalty knows no limits of the distinctiveness of the Chinese Crested is the answer.
The Chinese Crested is an active dog and will be a good part of the exercise play and frolic in the house and garden. However, he did escape and as you walk him one day with many interesting sights and smells stimulate his mind and many people continue to meet and greet and charm. Because by nature, very agile, he will enjoy the sport of agility and obedience of a dog most successful trial, the two sports is both his brain and body during exercise.
It is important that the basic obedience training should be started as soon as possible. The Chinese Crested, like any breed, large or small, needs and deserves to be gently but firmly trained in good manners, and it will be much happier and more relaxed when he knows the limits of behavior acceptable. It is a very intelligent dog, able to learn quickly and with a desire to please a loved and respected owner. The training should be as interesting and entertaining as possible. rewarding effort and good work well done with treats and praise bring out the best in him. The figures are also fairly easy to learn and benefit from its repertoire to show an appreciative audience. Hard physical or verbal corrections should never be used. They are useless and cons-productive. Socialization is also important, and must start from childhood. Accustom the puppy to as many different types of people, situations, images and sounds that they may encounter in life will help ensure that it matures in a friendly, confident, adult fasting .
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