Breeds of Hairless Dogs
Having a dog without hair means that you will have to spend zero money in grooming and anything related to it. This is one advantage of hairless dogs. Their genetic composition means that they will not give you allergies or need vaccines.
Probably not too fascinating when it comes to looks, but you would have an equally loving pooch, that is allergy-free, exotic, and a great friend. However, they are not maintenance-free. A bare skin means that these dogs breeds are more affected by the sun and they require special care to keep the skin healthy.
American Hairless Terrier
The American Hairless Terrier is a playful dog is an affectionate pooch who tends to be feisty and fearless. When it comes to dog training, they are calm and eager to please. They get along pretty well with children, cats, and other dogs. If they see a stranger, they will bark loudly, making them great watchdogs.
These dogs are the only hairless type with normal dentation and the only ones originated in the United States. This hairless dog was recorded on the AKC’s stock foundation on October 2011.
This is one little active and affectionate dog. They are eager to please and entertain you. If they discover that something they do makes you crack a little, they will do it again only to get your attention. Many times, the Chinese Crested is considered a “cat dog” since he likes to climb to high places or to sit on the arm of a chair.
Mexican Hairless Dog (Xoloitzcuintli)
Loyal, calm, and easily trainable, Mexican Hairless Dogs (Xoloitzcuintli) are some of the adjectives that describe this dog. Archaeological evidence proves that this dog came along with the men who first crossed the Bering Straits. This means that the Xolos are the very first dogs in the Americas.
The unpronounceable name is a combination of the name of an Aztec Indian god Xolo and Izcuintli, the Aztec word for dog.
Peruvian Inca Orchid
This hairless dog has great manners at home. He is friendly, loyal, and inquisitive. This rather elegant sighthound was developed in Peru. There is a haired version of the Peruvian Inca Orchid. The hairless type can have any skin color. These athletic dogs excel in agility and are good hunters.
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