When working with the Powder Puff keep in mind that this is a double coated breed and requires a special attention. They do look beautiful in their long draping coats but remember that part is grooming products and the other part is genetic. We would love to hear from all you Chinese Crested fans and get your feedback!
Date 10/22/2010 4:08:00 PM
Hi I live with a heavily double coated powderpuff named Collins and he has lots of hair, my mom makes sure that she grooms him frequently to avoid matting. She also uses the ultra deep conditioner with a tablespoon of ultra silk cream mixed in well and does not rinse any of the products out. His coat is very pourous and requires daily hydrating sprays.
I am happy that I am hairless because it only takes a few minutes to groom me LOL
Date 2/27/2011 3:33:00 AM
Bionity chinese crested
Did anyone try the new Sealer conditioner on puff coat? I tried it and love it, the best stuff I putt on my puffs coat!
There was no matting for over a week - on a dog who gets matted the next day after bathing!
Date 3/4/2011 10:22:00 PM
Hairless ~~ I am showing a Chinese Crested HL and just ordered some of the newBare Essential products, so hope they will help his skin and my Xolo puppy's some too. Both have good skin, the CC just has some blackheads. My Xolo pup has lovely skin, I just want to keep it that way. I do like the PP shampoos and conditioners I have used.
I have a male PP that had a very nice full show coat and rarely matted. Now all of a sudden he is matting daily and his guard hair is breaking off and under coat seems to be getting cottony. He is 28 months old. I have a couple bitches in heat this month too. What is going on?
Dana, what products do you currently use on your male's show coat. Has his diet been changed or are you using any new products?
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