Not all hairless dogs are completely naked. Some breeds, such as the Chinese Crested Hairless Dog, have hair on their head, legs and tail. Due to the lack of hair, these dogs are unsuitable for living in cold climates and are poorly resistant to harsh weather conditions. In bad weather these breeds often have to put on a coat or a coat and when it is warm and sunny they are best coated with sunscreen and kept in the shade. If the dog has not been washed for some time, the skin may feel greasy and just like humans, these dogs may have blackheads on their skin.
Naked animals do not shed.
Nude animalswithout blackheads and pimples best use the
apply the balsam after washing as a body milk and do not rinse. This combination ensures that the skin remains healthy, hydrated and supple. The balsam can be applied daily.
is also applied to crested dogs because of the UVA and UVB protection it contains.
Animalswith blackheads / pimples best use the
No scrubbing necessary! Wash weekly or every 2-3 weeks until the complaints have completely resolved. For stubborn blackheads / pimples, wash twice a weekuntil the complaints are completely resolved. Then the SB shampoo can be replaced by the Lavender shampoo.
Breeds: American Hairless Dog, Chinese Crested Hairless Dog, Mexican Hairless Dog, Peruvian Hairless Dog