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Their adorably wrinkled heads make them look like they’re concentrating really hard, while their muscled bodies have a “don’t mess with me” vibe.
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They’re quiet with a calm temperament, despite their energetic enthusiasm for walkies. Their appearance can vary, with some being solid colors and others having mottled markings.
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While many of the dogs on this list can sport some tufts of hair, the Jonangi isn’t completely hairless — rather it has a super short, smooth coat that’s practically invisible.
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They tend to be smaller with long legs and have a tuft of hair on their head. They’re also very energetic with a strong prey drive, so keeping them occupied with a chase toy like a flirt pole will do them a world of good.
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You can expect pretty much the same from a hairless Chihuahua as one that sports a coat; they just have a genetic defect that caused them to be fur-naked.
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