Dog Breed Info Center(R) DBIC

Chinese Crested Pictures

Hairless and Powderpuff

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Faiter Samuraj the Chinese Crested hairless dog standing at the top of a staircase and looking down the steps

Faiter Samuraj aka Pixie the Chinese Crested all grown up

Faiter Samuraj the Chinese Crested hairless dog outside in the sun with her one paw in the air and looking to the right with a pond on the left in the background

Faiter Samuraj aka Pixie the Chinese Crested all grown up

Faiter Samuraj the Chinese Crested Dog standing outside on a marble step with a jacket on

Faiter Samuraj aka Pixie the Chinese Crested all grown up

Left Profile - Pixie the Chinese Crested hairless as a puppy standing outside in grass next to a yellow hose

4-month-old Chinese Crested puppy named Pixie

Pixie the Chinese Crested hairless as a puppy standing in front of a large body of water and looking slightly to the left

4-month-old Chinese Crested puppy named Pixie

Pixie the Chinese Crested as a puppy laying on a blue blanket with apples all over it

4-month-old Chinese Crested puppy named Pixie

Close Up head shot - Pixie the Chinese Crested hairless dog as a puppy

4-month-old Chinese Crested puppy named Pixie

Close Up head shot - Pixie the Chinese Crested hairless dog as a puppy sleeping with dog toys behind her

4-month-old Chinese Crested puppy named Pixie

Flopsy the Chinese Crested Dog is laying on a rug with a burlap sac in front of him

Flopsy the Chinese Crested powderpuff—his owner says, "He got his name because when he was a pup, whenever we stroked him he would fall over and lie there waiting to be pampered."

Joey the Chinese Crested hairless dog is sitting on a white tiled floor and his hair is covering one of his eyes

"This was my Chinese Crested Hairless Joey aka Joe. He was my baby; the sweetest most protective dog that I have ever had. He was very smart. He knew how to "sit" "stay" "catcha kiss" "piggy back ride" "lie down" and "roll over"—anything that I asked him to do, he did. He stood still for baths. The best dog in the world.... (Rest in Peace, sweet boy)"