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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    Umm yes, one should read before giving unnecessary comments.

    Only a few posts before yours, sammosboxer posted that they were getting a 9 week old puppy and they they were worried about what she would destroy...

    To which Hyacinth gave a good link and some friendly advice about keeping doors shut to prevent the puppy from chewing... Something I learned the hard way after running out of pairs of undies with the crotch still intact.

    Just because someone posts after you does not mean the post is directed at you.

    Sammosboxer: I am glad you have decided to go with the puppy, it is a much easier option.
    The puppy stage can be hard, and you might find yourself getting frustrated some times but before long they are grown up and you are wishing for that cute puppy stage again... not to mention puppy breath!
    This doesnt need to be a 10 week old pup though, I got sasha at 6 months old, my first "older puppy" and I would have to say it was the best decision I have made. She is still "a baby" but I have skipped the toilet training, chewing everything in sight, and other "undesirable" things that a very young pup can come along with. Not saying its not nice to have a tiny little baby fresh off their mum...

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    Definitely, they're still young enough to be cute but old enough to be at least partially trained.

    I may be a little biased but I'd take a baby Crested over an adult any day


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    naw they r very cute a babies your right about that!

    And the strange thing is i dont like them when ther are bald but look at that gorgeous little guy second from the right! what a CUTIE!!!!!

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    OMG, I've never seen baby cresteds before. They're adorable!
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    awwww thats the first time I've seen a baby crested. They are so cute.

    Are they're ears naturally that shape or would they have recently been tapped? The one on the far right is adorable

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    Judging from the shape they have been taped too tightly. They would flatten back out after an hour or so though.

    When I taped my boys ears I used cotton wadding inside the ear so they stayed flat but erect, much more comfortable for them.

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    Ah I thought they might have been, they look like little alian antenas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    Definitely, they're still young enough to be cute but old enough to be at least partially trained.

    I may be a little biased but I'd take a baby Crested over an adult any day

    Nawwwwwwww

    They look like the Gremlins form the Gremlins movie (when they looked cute not scaley LOL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keira & Phoenix View Post
    Nawwwwwwww

    They look like the Gremlins form the Gremlins movie (when they looked cute not scaley LOL)
    Lol! The Chinese Crested WAS the basis for the Mogwai (sp?)!!

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    Haha I can definitely believe that, they really are little Gremlins!

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