Bald Dog Breeds You’ll Love
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“Baldy” used to be an insult, but bald is bigger than ever on the fashion scene — and the pet scene too as it turns out.
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Now let’s let the fur fly and dig into some of the most popular bald dog breeds out there.
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Possibly the most famous bald breed of dog, the Chinese Crested actually comes in two varieties: completely bald, and “powderpuff.”
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Peruvian Inca Orchid
The Inca Orchid is also called the Peruvian Hairless, naturally originating from ancient Peru where it was mostly a companion dog.
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American Hairless Terrier
A medium-sized breed founded in the 1970s, the American Hairless tends to make for an intelligent and playful furry friend.
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Abyssinian Sand Terrier
Its alternative name is the African Hairless Dog, and this rare breed is small to medium-sized and loves to exercise.
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Native to India, the rare Jonangi were once herding and hunting dogs. As pets, they tend to be wary of strangers, but are blindly loving and affectionate to those they know, including kids and other pets.
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