In addition to the Mexican hairless dog that we will focus on today, do you know what kinds of hairless dogs there are in the world? Let's take you to know other rare breed of hairless dog.
In addition to the Mexican hairless dog that we will focus on today, do you know what kinds of hairless dogs there are in the world? Let's take you to know other rare breed of hairless dog. Which kind of hairless dog is more popular with you?
The first kind of hairless dog I would like to introduce to you is jonangi dog, which is the same as the Mexican hairless dog. It originated in Andhra Pradesh, India, and is the only existing Indian hairless dog. Interestingly enough, jonangi dog is also a widely used working dog in India. It is not only a good assistant for hunters, but also good at releasing ducks.
Bolivian hairless dog
The second breed is a rare breed of hairless dog, originated in Bolivia, so it is also known as "Bolivian hairless dog" or "hairless color dog". There are two varieties of this breed of Bolivian hairless dog, one is completely hairless, the other is only hairy on the head, and other places are covered with patches.
Albus Indian Santer
The albus Indian Sant is less famous than the Mexican hairless. It is not well known internationally. This ancient and rare hairless dog originated in Africa. The appearance of the albus Indian Sant is characterized by a tuft of fine hair on both the top of the head and the tip of the tail. They are usually gray, with pink spots all over their bodies, and they are very slender.
Argentine Pila Dog
Now let's get to know Argentine pila dog from Argentina, which is also a breed of hairless dog. Argentine pila dog is a good companion for humans, both in appearance and in character. The Argentine pila dog comes in three sizes, ranging from a minimum of 10 inches to a maximum of 18 inches. In general, the framework of Argentine pila dog is like a Mini Flat dog, with its short back and high curly tail.
Chinese Crested Dog
Finally, I would like to introduce the Chinese Crested dog from China, which is a little different from the hairless dog mentioned above. The hair of Chinese Crested dog is more than that of other hairless dogs. Their heads are usually covered with hair, probably more than usual dogs, and they also have hair on their feet. This change is biologically called powder puff, which is a recessive gene.