Chinese Crested Dog

chinese crestedThe Chinese Crested Dog does not actually originate from China but from America. The creation of two elderly spinsters in their Manhattan basement laboratory, the Chinese Crested comes in two varieties: the hairless and the hairy. The use of moisturiser and UV protection are essential elements of the daily skin care routine of the hairless variety and many employ personal dermatologists.

The breed is highly strung and neurotic, requiring constant attention and frequently bursting into tears. The hairless variety keeps a large wardrobe for winter but generally goes naked during the summer months, though some wear hats and little boots. These dogs are automobile fanatics, and most own a vintage or classic model of some kind, with Cadillac Eldorados and Oldsmobile Supers being particular favourites. Whilst, on the whole, they are generally very capable drivers their fiery temperament can make them susceptible to road rage.


5 responses to this post.

  1. haha road rage is correct

  2. Nice mark out of things – Interesting – one could think this way also . Thanks for the post

  3. Posted by markuspretzel on September 17, 2009 at 00:00

    Yes, thank you. Markus x

  4. As I am the confused owner of a Chinese Crested, I’d like to point out two things. First, you forgot to mention that the dog – small as it is – is capable of emitting such a virulent stench at times that your entire house needs a thorough airing-out. Secondly, although it will not deign to step one dainty paw onto the grass if so much as a single dewdrop remains that it might accidentally tread upon, it WILL stand there in a puddle of its own urine as it stares at you and defies your entreaties to come back inside.

    • Posted by markuspretzel on November 23, 2009 at 13:04

      Hi Ruby,

      That sounds terrible! I would get rid of the ungrateful wretch and replace it with a real dog, like a Rottweiler or a Standard Poodle.

      Good luck for the future, Markus x

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