anyone wants a hairless dog?!

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    wow, don't see those too often
     
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    There was a different poster selling a litter...for $600 each.
     
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    poor guy, PIO's are great dogs (peruvian inca orchid) they are VERY terrier by nature, they have a personality similar to the rat terrier...
    they do also tend to be difficult with strangers.
    skin care on these guys is alot simpler than it is with hairless cresties (the south american hairless breeds like the PIO and XOLO tend to have the "easier" skin)

    there a great breed for the right person and bond very strongly to their people.
    i hop he finds a great home.
     
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    I like how they already have 'dyed' hair!!
     
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    wow those 2 are cutie pies. fed ex them to ct!
     
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    I thought of your two, since you have one powderpuff and one hairless......and don't worry I asked how much the rehome fee is, waiting for the email back :eek::p
     
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    aww cute little guys!

    The people who sit for me (well, for the dogs, lol!) have two of them, I had never heard of them before.
     
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    i would absolutly take those 2 chi x cresteis if my situation was a little more stable, i had a place of my own and the fee was right...
    the puffer looks like she could even be pure, you do she the wowie in the hairless face, (probably litter mates though) but there both absolutly gorgeous girls.
     
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    When it says "they won't get any better" is that a misprint that means "bigger" or is it some inside thing I am not privy to? LOL <dumb question>
     
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    I wouldn't mind fostering!! :D
     
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    i think they mean the hairless girl is shy and it wont get better...
    at least thats what i got from the way its posted, though its definatly hard to put together...

    i think in the right hands the shyness could be gotten over, cresties are definatly a "special" breed in terms of being prone to standoffishness and need some extra work, as do chihuahuas of course...
    there gonna make someone wonderfull pets.

    it could mean size though, at 6 months there about done growing height wise and being female they wont "fill out" much either.

    did they get back to you about a rehoming fee yet?
     
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