A Chinese Crested comes in two variants: The Hairless and the Powderpuff.
Make sure to keep your Hairless Chinese Crested shaven, and out of the cold (they love the sun, though). Since they do not have much hair, any perspiration will not be trapped and not cause a stench.
Your Powderpuff, on the other hand, will require a weekly brush. This keeps their fur from becoming matted, allows ventilation for perspiration to evaporate properly and prevents undesirable smell from forming.
Both variants of the Chinese Crested need to be bathed regularly.
The Chinese Crested are wonderful family dogs as well. They are very smart, and love to snuggle up next to people in bed. If you enjoy a cuddle, they will make the perfect pet dog for you since they have little to no body odor.