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tregnazilla
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tregnazilla
here is my new baby!!! well he is six months but new to me.
i am soo excited, i always wanted one and finally got the exact color i wanted!
any skin care or grooming tips would be appreciated =^.^=

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g1rlz3r0
furless
g1rlz3r0
Hello everyone
^_^
I read about this community in the Show Dogs community, and seeing as I've got Chinese Cresteds, I figured I'd give it a shot.
^_^
I have some pictures of some of the Cresteds that own me somewhere..
Aeris
Typhoon [tho he's not a nekkid kid.. *^^]
Ixion
Diablos
Setzer
and.. I think that's it..
forgive those pages.. they're old and outdated. -.-;;
Must get some new ones up...
Anyway, Hi!
^_^

edit - I just realised that page has no pics of Typhoon.. meaning you'll have to go to his REALLLLLY old, outdated page to see anything of him here.. sorry :|

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highwinds
furless
highwinds
I'll kick off the conversation here with an anecdote from my mouse-breeding days....

I had a hairless buck who I bred to a doe said to be from hairless lines. The resulting litter had a couple of normal-coated kittens and three that were an odd form of hairless...they had hair on their head and extremeties, actually much like a true hairless Chinese crested dog. They developed normally at first but once they were a few months old they all passed away within days of one another. I can only assume that they had some kind of weird internal defect somehow linked to the hairless gene, or the strange partial expression of it. I had a discussion about the strange mice on a mouse-breeding message board once and somebody suggested that they'd heard once that thyroid problems can be linked to hairlessness in mice. It's an interesting theory, anyway. They were cool-looking little critters...I wish I'd taken pictures of them.

I've also read that many zoologists believe dental deformities are linked to hairlessness in most animals...that would hold true with Chinese cresteds. Some take it so far as to hypothesize that animals with tusks developed them when they lost their hair...and indeed I can't think of any animals off-hand that have pronounced forward-facing teeth AND a lot of body hair. Interesting, huh?
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neonmooncat
furless
neonmooncat
Welcome to my new hairless animal community. This community is dedicated to the naked animals of the world. Snapshots of your pets are welcome, and feel free to write whatever you please in relation to our furless little friends. If you have any questions about certain breeds of hairless animals this is a good place to ask. If you have any tips you’d like to share about animal care that would be great too!

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