The Chinese Crested comes in two varieties-the hairless and the powder puff. Both of these need a lot of grooming, with weekly baths and brushing for powder puffs, and special skin care for the hairless, to avoid sunburns and irritations. These little dogs are known for being healthier than other toy breeds, although they may have some of the same health issues as the Chihuahua, such as eye problems and patella luxation. They are also prone to allergies, which can sometimes be severe and even result in death. The Chinese Crested can live anywhere from 12-14 years, although the dogs have been reported to live even longer.
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If you can't find the right Chinese Crested Rescue that you’re searching for in your state, check below the listings for links to other Rescues in nearby states who may have exactly what you are looking for.
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Chinese Crested Rescues in the USA
|Gentle Giants Rescue and Adoptions||Norco||CA||(951) 818-2512|||
|Tender Loving Crested Rescue -TLCR-||Houston||TX|||
|We Love Chinese Cresteds Animal Rescue||New Market||AL|||
|Rocky Mountain Chinese Crested Rescue||Denver||CO||(303) 239-8202|||
|Bare Paws Rescue||Gilford||NH|||
|Chichi Factory Rescue||Normandy||FR|||
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