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Biggie Smalls (Hairless Chinese Crested)

Biggie Smalls is a 6 month Hairless Chinese Crested. I bred him. He likes to run as fast as he can in circles, play "keep away"(from me), and eat dandelions.

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Biggie is a mere 8 pounds but has the attitude and spunk of a big dog. He's a bit spoiled, very loved and I'm looking forward to having a fun life with him as well as showing him.

By Mary from Indianapolis, IN

Biggie Smalls (Hairless Chinese Crested)
 

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September 22, 20090 found this helpful

He's adorable. You bred him? Don't you mean he bred a female? Be sure to post the picture of babies when born.

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September 22, 20090 found this helpful

What a beautiful boy! He looks like a Champion already.

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September 23, 20090 found this helpful

So cute - he looks like a miniature horse! What a darling!

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September 27, 20090 found this helpful

Oh how handsome. I have read about that breed and they are great dogs and good pets.

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September 29, 20090 found this helpful

Hi Suzy, no I meant I bred him (I own his dame, she was bred to a male named Tiny, she had him and I raised him - therefore I am his "breeder" and I "bred" him). He's only 8 months old and has not been bred to yet (i.e. sired any pups).

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So far in the show ring he has 5 reserves, 3 of which are majors (if not more).

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