Chinese Crested Hairless Mix - Frankie

by Kathryn
(Picton, NSW Australia)


Our Maltese Chinese Crested hairless mix Frankie was a Pet Rescue puppy. Several Maltese and 1 Chinese Crested were surrendered to a local shelter. One of the Maltese was pregnant... Result - Frankie! (she only had one pup). My daughter fell in love with him as soon as she saw him and brought him home to be our third dog.

He lives and gets on well with our German Shepherd/Border Collie (Ollie) and our Australian Stumpy tail Cattle Dog (Ruby). He is the sweetest little fellow. Everyone adores him (once they get over his looks). He is extremely loving and growls and moans when he wants your attention. He is a great little dog.

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Chinese Crested Cross - Molly

by Yvonne Serrato
(Orlando, FL)

MAX and MOLLY

MAX and MOLLY

Our Maltese Chinese Crested cross is adorable and a sweetheart... she talks all the time and really gets into it.

She was given to us to help my Maltese Maximus Aurelius Serrato (aka MAX) get over depression when my husband died suddenly of cancer.... Max was so bad, and Molly just perked him up ...
he cannot rest a minute now... she has re-invigorated him into a puppy like dog again...

She rules the roost too.........

I love our Maltese Chinese Crested mix Molly so much. She goes into a trance when you stroke the hair under her chin. Her groomers laugh and say they cannot get over it... she truly goes ZEN....

but ...

the two of then are famous already. They were chosen for the Orlando paper to be featured as the dogs getting ready for the sun and fun in Orlando after all the rain we had this summer.

Really cute photo and the one I used for last years Christmas card.

I am a realtor and i was at a new home purchase with some buyers when I mentioned my Maltese Max and Molly .... the builders agent asked me excitedly... You are the mother of Max and Molly? She said they were on her refrigerator....

cute eh?

so here they are ...
enjoy

Have love in your life to the MAX and a MOLLY Jolly new year.

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Adopted a dog just like Molly NEW
by: mireya

Hello my name is amireya and about 1 and 1/2 years ago I adopted a mix maltese chinese crested. He name was Molly I renamed her Shilah but I was wonderinh inf this is the same dog. She ended un in a pet shelter in Ocala, FL. The reason I would like to find out her origin was because she is very shy and always afraid of everything. im not sure what happenen in between that story you said and until the time I adopted thag might of cause a trauma on her. Im trying to rehab her but trainers or therapist could be expensive. i wouls appreciate if you could give me some feed back. Thanks

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Breeder?
by: Kelly in PA

Hi - these are the most beautiful dogs! Can you tell me who/where the breeder is that either (or both) of them came from?
(Molly reminds me of "it" from the Munsters with those glasses and long, flowing hair!)
I'm sorry to hear about your husband, but glad that Molly helped cheer your little guy up.
Take good care of them!

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Maltese Chinese Crested Powderpuff - Mr. Cash


Mr. Cash, my Maltese Chinese Crested powderpuff dog mix claimed me when I went to visit the local animal shelter. I had seen him on petfinder.com, but when I first went to look at him the shelter was about to close and so I wasn't able to take him out of the pen and audition him.

I went back the next day and as soon as he clapped eyes on me he KNEW I was there to see him and quite possibly take him home.

Mr. Cash was named "Cash" by the shelter folk and answered to his name so I didn't think it appropriate to change it. Because of his spunky personality, that I had just watched the Joaquin Phoenix movie Walk the Line, and that I busted him out of a doggy jail that reminded me of Folsom Prison -- I added a Mr. to the front of his name. He likes it.

Mr. Cash is a delight. He is HIGHLY trainable, incredibly loving, very snuggly and very playful. He's a good watch dog, and gets along very well with other people and pets.

The shelter told me he is a Chinese Crested dog but then my dog groomer suggested to me that he might be a Crested Malt. I looked at this website and many others -- he fits ALL the specifications. I have not seen a picture yet that doesn't look like him.

Take a look at his pic... This was taken a month or so after I had adopted him -- his fur was still growing out.

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My Chinese Crested Powderpuff Maltese mix is peeing everywhere:( NEW
by: Scruffy's Mom

My boyfriend & I adopted a CCPPM mix 6 months ago. We are both so in love with this little guy but he has major potty issues. We've tried crating, paper, taken out every 3 hours nothing has helped. I think he may have a UTI now because he peed on the bed right in front of us today. He knew it was wrong but he could not help it. His nose is warm too. I am taking him to the vet tomorrow. Has anyone else has these kinds of problems...? Thanks for any help!

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Little Casper
by: Linda

My chinese powder puff/maltese is now 5 months old and weighs 8 lbs. He is almost house broken so good to go there. He is very playful and a loving little guy we named Casper. He is white with a tan streak on his ears, paws, and back. His ears are big so I am assuming he is getting that from the Chinese side. His hair is growing and from what I have been told it will be long and straight.

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Mr Cash
by: Anonymous

That is ironic. I just picked up a 6 year old Powderpuff Chinese Crested named Cash from a shelter in Grandview, MO. 3 legged, 6 year old, heart stealer.

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New Puppy
by: Linda

I just purchased a chinese crested powder puff/maltese mix. To such joy and the little guy is 8 weeks old and full of spunk,and is somewhat potty trained on paper. He is solid white and we named him Casper. I feel fortunate to have found him. He will be a good pet and am anxious to watch him grow.

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amazing looking dog
by: Misabellasmommy

this is one of the best stories I've heard all week! adorable dog - truly gorgeous! Lucky YOU TWO!

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Tia Diane

by DeeDee
(Plano TX)

Tia Diane

Tia Diane

First of all, I was NOT a dog lover. Four out of five people in my office brought their dogs to work and it actually was incredibly annoying to me... UNTIL … I saw this unusually precious puppy in a cage with several puppies of various breeds at a Trades Day exhibit. I asked the lady tending the kennel if I could hold her & asked what breed she was. She said she was a Chinese Crested Powder Puff (not a breed I'd ever heard of) Maltese mix or ‘Crested Malt’. Her mother is a registered Chinese Crested and her father is a registered Maltese.

Totally spontaneous and clearly irresponsible - having no inclination of what to do with a dog, how to train or care for one, or the incredible life changes she would bring - I bought her anyway. Immediately I bought all the 'puppy stuff' and sat holding this tiny furry creature in my living room. Oh, and my boyfriend, with whom I share a home and who claims, "Little dogs are not real dogs"... had no clue of my purchase, he was out of town and we'd never discussed getting a pet. So that was another glitch I hadn't considered.

Now... two months into my new life with Tia, amazing things have happened! I have utterly and completely done a 360 degree mind spin on the love of a dog (my co-workers are elated that I not only bring little Tia to work to play with their dogs, but I don't shut my door when they bring their dogs anymore! My boyfriend has since fallen completely in love with this precious baby dog and I have had zero regrets about getting her. I can't imagine my life without her now and am hopeful to share my life with her for many years to come.

Tia was 8 weeks old the day I got her, and weighed almost 2 lbs. She is now 4 months old and weighs 5.7 lbs. She loves toys!!! She has more than 30 toys and chews to choose from and she is smart enough to pull the one out of the basket you tell her to go get, much of the time. She is the most affectionate little fuzzy thing in the world, she loves to play with other dogs, people, leaves and sticks; you name it! Her personality is simply precious and priceless! She loves giving kisses to everyone and is a complete joy to spend time with. We're still perfecting the potty training, but she does pretty well with it most of the time. She doesn't bark very much, only if she sees something out of place; something that wasn't there before around the house, or if she gets anxious for you to pay attention to her. She is so funny - I feed her dry dog food that is broken into bite sized chunks, she gets only one piece at a time in her mouth and runs to the fuzzy rug or cushy mat to eat it, then goes back for one more piece... I guess she likes to eat in comfort lying down :)
This mixed breed puppy is 100 percent perfect and the cutest dog I've ever seen. She is sitting my lap as I type her story, being a little angel. It was my destiny to care for this precious puppy - and at age 50, I can truly say that I have never known a love like this! My new shadow, tiny Tia, is truly a gift!!!!

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Chinese Crested Maltese Mix - Liam Garrett

by Christy
(TN)


My Chinese Crested Maltese mix dog Liam is a puppy mill survivor. He weighed 4 lbs when I brought him home. Very unsociable and timid. Not now. He is now 10lbs. He is energetic, loves to play gets along well with other dogs and cats and has the sweetest most loving personality I have ever seen in a small dog, especially one who never experienced human interaction. He loves to cuddle and sleep as close to a human as he can get. One of the best dogs I have ever had. My Chinese Crested Maltese is still skittish due to losing his right eye in the puppy mill. We had to learn how to approach him-always from the Left.

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