Have you ever wondered how your Chinese Crestedoodle would act when he walked up to someone? Most Chinese Crested Breeder breeds don’t have any kind of problem about walking up to people. In fact they have a habit of jumping up on people. This behavior is commonly referred to as ‘charging’ and is considered very submissive.

Chinese Crested Breeder dogs will jump on their owners, especially if they are young children who haven’t learned proper self control. Chinese Crested Breeder dogs tend to be very protective of their owners. Chinese Crested Breeder dogs tend to be very friendly and accepting of other people and other pets. Chinese Crested breeders are very intelligent and trainable, so you should have no problem getting an intelligent dog with appropriate training.

Chinese Crested Breeder dogs love to please. They will quickly get your attention and spend a lot of time pleasing you. Chinese Crested Breeder dogs also love to please other people, and they make wonderful companions for the elderly. Most Chinese crested breeders keep only very small dogs, usually no more than three pounds, because they are such a good choice for pet size. They are not suited to large dogs, and most importantly, cannot stand the weight.

When you purchase a Chinese Crested puppy from a Chinese Crested breeder you should be aware that they are not suitable for people with heart ailments. They are also not good choice dogs for elderly people, as they can easily become overweight. When purchasing a Chinese Crested puppy from a Chinese Crested breeder you should make absolutely sure that the pet is a healthy dog before you bring it home. Ask your veterinarian for advice.

While there is nothing wrong with going to the local pet shop and purchasing Chinese Crested puppies, I strongly recommend that you do some homework. Do some research online and read some books about Chinese Crested breeders. China Crested breeders who are registered with the American Kennel Club (AKC) are usually reliable, responsible individuals. However, always ask to see the registration papers, and never buy Chinese Crested puppy supplies from Chinese pet shop puppies!

Before buying a Chinese Crested puppy, you should take the time to learn about the parents of the pup, and if possible, contact the dam if she is available. You should also ask some other questions, such as how old the mother was when she gave birth, how many puppies were born during the pregnancy, and any other information that might help you decide if the Chinese Crested breeder is reputable. If you do all of these things you will be able to make an informed decision about the Chinese Crested breeder that you purchase your puppy from. A reputable breeder will be honest with you about the history of the dog, and you can trust them to provide you with a healthy, happy pet.