Chinese Crested Puppies for sale

Best Chinese Crested Breeder

About UsAvailable Pups

Who we are

Welcome To Best Chinese Crested Breeder

 

Best Chinese Crested Breeder has quality reg Chinese Crested Puppies for sale, with a variety of Hairless and Powder puff’s to pick from.

Hi and welcome to Best Chinese Crested Breeder, We are the owners. We have been showing dogs my whole life, starting at the age of 5 with my parents to current day. I first saw the Chinese Crested at a dog show in 1994, and I fell instantly in love with them

We are focused on providing you the best services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations in a quality Chinese Crested Puppy .

Hairless Chinese Crested

Sophie

 Sophie is our 3 years old mom Hairless Chinese Crested.

All of our dogs are CERFed annually, BAER tested, Patella OFA & prcd-PRA tested

 

3 year old Hairless Chinese Crested . Weight- about 8-10 lbs. incredibly smart, outgoing and never met a stranger. Would do fine in a busy household with respectful children and other pets. Has to have a very secure backyard with privacy fence, as she can climb regular fence and escape.

She is Hairless Chinese Crested dog with soft skin with hair placed on the top of the head (Crest) the feet (socks or boots) and the end of the tail (plume).

Jack

Jack is is our 4 years old male.

Our little cutie Jack is so full of love

4 years old silver & white powder puff Chinese Crested dog. Weight is about 8 to 10 pounds. Very easy-going, on the softer side. He is great in a low-key household with small pets or an older family that just want somebody to snuggle.

He is a powder puff Chinese Crested, has a full coat of lovely soft long hair. Both varieties are born in the same litter.
At Best Chinese Crested Breeder we strive to combine the best quality possible with the best health possible.

Chinese Crested Puppies for sale
Hairless Chinese Crested

FAQ

Are your Chinese Crested Puppies potty trained

All our pups are potty trained

Are your Chinese Crested puppies vaccinated?

Our puppies are up to date on their shots.

Playing Outside

Chinese Crested have almost no desire to go out and run around like regular dogs although, they’re athletic enough to jump surprisingly tall fences and compete in agility. They’re not gregarious, but they are intensely social and bond quickly within their pack. They don’t accept strangers easily. Once a Crested falls in love with you, you’ll have a little stalker on your hands

What do they come with

The puppies come with all paper works Health Certificate, Food that will last for about a month. Hand Booklet, They will also come with their play toys, food menu, leach and crate.

How will the puppy be delivered

We work with a same day delivery policy depending on your location.

Our General Experience with Chinese Crested Puppies.

General Friendliness

Friendly to strangers

Chinese Crested puppies are stranger-friendly dogs will greet guests with wagging tails and nuzzles; others are shy, indifferent, or even aggressive. However, no matter what the breed, a dog who was socialized and exposed to lots of different types, ages, sizes, and shapes of people as a puppy will respond better to strangers as an adult. Remember that even friendly dogs should stay on a good, strong leash!

Dog Friendliness

Chinese Crested friendliness toward other dogs and friendliness toward humans are two completely different things. Some dogs may attack or try to dominate other dogs, even if they’re love-bugs with people; others would rather play than fight; and some will turn tail and run. Breed isn’t the only factor. Dogs who lived with their litter mates and mother until at least six to eight weeks of age and who spent lots of time playing with other dogs during puppy hood, are more likely to have good canine social skills.

Kid Friendly

Being gentle with children, sturdy enough to handle the heavy-handed pets and hugs they can dish out, and having a blasé attitude toward running, screaming children are all traits that make a kid-friendly dog. You may be surprised by who’s on that list: Chinese Crested are considered good with children, and from our experience they are the best family pets so far.

Family Friendliness

Some breeds may be independent and aloof, even if they’ve been raised by the same person since puppy hood; others bond closely to one person and are indifferent to everyone else; and some shower the whole family with affection and this exactly where Chinese Crested stand. They make the best family pets.

Adaptability

Apartment Living

Contrary to popular belief, small size dogs doesn’t necessarily make an apartment dog. Plenty of small dogs are too high-energy and happy for life in a high-rise. The good thing about Chinese Crested is their ability to adapt in new environment and also how they can be trained makes a lot of the difference.

Tolerance with cold climate

Toy dog breeds, like the Chinese Crested, are simply not equipped to handle the cold weather. With their small size, fragile structure, and lack of thick fur (or any fur at all, in the case of the Hairless), a Chinese Crested dog is best left inside once the temperatures start to plummet.

Tolerance with hot weather

Chinese crested dogs are mainly hairless. They likely developed in Asia from imported hairless African dogs accustomed to hot temps. … Use a sunscreen or take other precautions to protect your dog from the harmful effects of the sun

Novice owners

Chinese Crested Puppies are simply easier than other breeds; they take to training better and are fairly easygoing. They’re also resilient enough to bounce back from your mistakes or inconsistencies. Chinese Crested make the perfect breed for owners with no dog-owning experience.

Health and Grooming Needs

Potential for gaining weight

You won’t find a better dog breed than the Chinese Crested to be a couch potato’s companion. They can almost read your mind and will lie in bed for hours without moving a muscle.

Grooming needs

Powderpuff Chinese Crested need to be brushed regularly with a pin or bristle brush, paying special attention to the long, silky under coat, which mats easily. Some owners choose to shave the faces of their Powderpuff Chinese Crested to help them stay comfortable and tidy.

General Health

Just as with every other breed, poor breeding practices can cause general health issues with a dog. Dogs are generally prone to genetic health issues, which is not so in every case but just a high risk possibility. As a breeder, we make sure the parents are healthy and we make sure to have all the physical health information of the parents and relatives.

Shedding

The Powderpuff is a relatively low-shedding dog and can sometimes be tolerated by people with mild allergies. He does need frequent brushing to keep his coat from tangling… While not as yappy as some toy dog breeds, the Chinese Crested can still make noise.

Trainability

Easy to train

Other breeds require more time, patience and numerous repetitions during training. Chinese Crested are very easy to train and quick in forming an association between a prompt (Such as the word “sit”) an action (sitting) and the consequence (which is getting a treat) very easily and quickly.

Intelligence level

The intelligence level of Chinese Crested puppies are very high. They are quick to learn and are wonderful with agility and search and rescue prompts. It is important to always stimulate their brains with obedience training and interactive dog toys for a brain workout.

Potential for mounthiness

This is common with some Chinese Crested Puppies. Mouthiness means a tendency to chew, nip and play-bite, which is a soft fairly painless bite that doesn’t puncture or hurt the skin. With Chinese Crested it is another way to express their playful nature.

Wanderlust potential

Chinese Crested are just averagely free spirited which is why we love them so much. They can easily be distracted but difficult to get fully lust in or with anything that catches their interest. They Adapts Well to Apartment Living and Good For Novice Owners