Chinese Crested Kennels

Looking for Chinese crested kennels? Find out what you need to know when choosing a particular kennel.

The fine boned Chinese crested dog is a graceful and elegant toy dog. The breed has a number of varieties which are all born in the same litter. The powder puff is the one with a double fur coating of thick hair and the hairless has some hair on the head and tail. The Chinese crested dog serves as a playful companion and a remarkably entertaining dog.

The Chinese crested is actually believed to have come into being through simultaneous evolution from the unique African hairless dog. They made their way into China with merchants and the Chinese instantly fell in love with the small sized dog. From then onwards the dog was being breed in China and evolved into what we know it to be today.

Looking for the ideal kennel

If you are looking for the ideal Chinese crested kennel then there are a few things that you need to keep in mind. There are a number of important aspects that have to do with the law, pricing, return policies, written contracts, health issues and other such concerns that you need to look into.

The first thing you need to know is that any breeder that is advertising purebred Chinese crested dogs without being officially registered under the law is committing a crime. Therefore it is highly advised to check whether the kennel you are going for is registered under the law or not.

You also have to be extremely careful with the paperwork. Any kennel you go for should be registered either with the American Kennel Club, Canadian Kennel Club or one amongst the other big Kennel clubs around the world. Checking out how long they have been operating as a licensed kennel will also give you a fair idea of their experience.

Once you do visit the kennel you can ask them for references of the litters that they have managed to sell out. Rather than analyzing the current litters in house you should make phone calls to see the customer satisfaction level of the Kennel’s services.

Any kennel that has a permanent registry of their company’s name denotes that they have managed to produce ten champion puppies from their kennel. This is another good way to analyze the standing of a particular kennel.

It is also important to check out the puppy pedigree. Ideally it would be best to go for a third generation puppy as by this time many of the genetic problems would have been eliminated from the pool.

Before making the final bid you need to check out the health papers for the particular pup that you will be buying. Check out the details of any vet visits that the puppy may have made and whether all the necessary vaccinations have been provided. You should also check out if the parents of the pup had the hereditary defects taken care of before the next litter was born.

The most common hereditary defects in this breed include problems with the eyes, heart murmurs, hip dysplasia and hearing problems. You definitely wouldn’t want your pup to have any of these hereditary defects which is why you should make sure that you get a written guarantee from the kennel. Although there are a number of other aspects that can give away the worth of a Chinese crested Kennel if it meets the above mentioned criteria then it is good enough to go with.

( 1 assessment, average 5 from 5 )