Recently Adopted a mixed Breed Puppy, Boston terrier and Crested Chinese

United States
April 8, 2012 9:13am CST
This is the cutest and ugliest puppy, I love him dearly and was in love with him when I brought him home. He really looks more like the Crested Chinese than the boston, no hair accept on his head, feet and tail. My question is, people ask me why I would adopt such a homely dog, or he is so ugly, this bothers me. Does it matter what my dog looks like?
3 responses
@syramoon (655)
• United States
23 Apr 12
I've never much chosen the dogs I've adopted by looks. I think dogs are like people, you can't judge by what they look like. And no matter what it looks like every dog deserves a good home, and it sounds like thats what your new puppy found! Congrats to both of you, and I wish you both many years of happy companionship.
• United States
23 Apr 12
Thanks for taking the time to read and answer my question, it means alot to me...Tiny Tim is doing well, and I also hope we have many years together...
@orang13 (723)
• Philippines
8 Apr 12
Ofcourse not! What your dog looks only matters to you. You don't have to care about others opinion. When you buy a dog, it should be something that you're heart desires. Once you saw that dog, and you're heart skipped a beat, then what it looks will not matter. Looks are too superficial.
• United States
9 Apr 12
Thanks very much...He is my new love, hair or no hair...
• India
23 Jul 12
To people who love furry pets, hairless pets may not be the ideal pet for them. However, there are people who really don’t mind having hairless pets and if this is the case, then it doesn’t matter whether your pet has fur or not as long as you connect to it.