CH Stewart LittleA hairy hairless is born naked and by the time it is one month old shows differing degrees of body hair. Often competing with the powderpuff. Having this amount of extra body hair gives it the ability to grow ample extra long hair for the crest, boots and tail. This is the Chinese crested you are most likely to see in the show ring. Unlike the Poodle that is rarely seen on the street in it Show Dress, this is the look everyone wants but they do not realize that the Poodle is sculpted for the ring and so is the hairy hairless Chinese Crested.
CH Mstic-Heart Pandee ChanglingIn my opinion this is the best dog that I produced She was born totally naked with just a bit of fuzz on the top of her head and a little on the tip of her tail. As she grew the hair started to appear down the center of her back and on the back or the hind legs. By the time she was 6 weeks old she had body hair that had to be groomed. This is about half the hair that a hairy hairless has and more hair that the true hairless. IMO this is the best dog for the show ring. No matter how much hair she develops it can not change the gene. Genetically there is a hairless and a powderpuff.
CH Mstic-Heart Ostara This is is a true hairless mid 90’s version with very little hair on the ears, neck, feet and legs. On a true hairless you can always see the skin on the legs and feet through the little bit of hair they have. The hair on the head stops and the base of the skull and there is no neck hair to make a mane. The face is mostly bare and there is only a small fringe of hair around the ears and will never get more than that. The body has no hair to groom and the tail has hair only on the last 2/3 This is not today’s popular style of Chinese Crested.
We are located at the foothills of the Ozarks in Southwest Missouri
Down the hills and around the curves the shaded rocky road leads to Grandma’s house where the gate opens on acres of wooded wonderland. The neighboring cliffs that make this area so famous as a tourist resort are evidenced here as well. As you enter, the hills and walls rise on both sides leaving a canyon floor of unsurpassed beauty. This is the home of Mstical Chinese Cresteds who also shares the valley with the Apiary of Spiritgaea BeeHaven. This Apiary lines the hills with Honey bee hives. Spring awakes to the Bee’s delight with its Daffodils, Irises, Lilacs and Rosebuds while blossoming Dogwood float like clouds along the walls and banks of flowers blossom to collect bees and butterflies. At the far end of the valley, caves expel fresh air and springs feed clean water to the ponds. Is it any wonder that the proper name for a kennel that lives here would be named MSTICAL?
I have been breeding Chinese Cresteds since 1992 and my show record of over 100 AKC Champion is history to my accomplishments in the Chinese Crested breed. My goal is to breed dogs that conform to the breed standard while improving its quality. My emphases is on correct size and movement. I am proud of my blood line and test for genetic soundness and guarantee every puppy I produce. They are raised in my home with full access of the couch and TV, they have lots of fresh air, sunshine, exercise and love.
So You want a ChineseCrested – You Know what they say