Chinese Crested dogs come in two varieties: completely hairless or with a mane and tail tuft. They love lounging on soft furniture.
Also called the Mexican Hairless Dog, the Xoloitzcuintli comes in miniature, standard and hairless sizes.
An elegant sighthound, the Peruvian Inca Orchid has a hairless body but facial hair. Their skin ranges from elephant grey to copper.
A hairless variation of the Rat Terrier, American Hairless Terriers have no fur but do have hair on their muzzles, tails and feet.
Rare outside its native Argentina, the Pila Dog lacks fur due to a recessive gene. They have long, whip-like tails.
Also called the Tibetan Hairless Dog, the Khala's naked body adapts well to the high altitudes of its native Tibet.
A very rare variety, hairless Chow Chows result from a recessive gene. They need sunscreen and clothing.