The Premium Christmas Lights Chinese Crested Dog Sweater and T-Shirt! A small dog that survived skin cancer now wears a colorful hat and full underwear to protect her delicate skin from the sun. Bug, a hairless Chinese crested dog, bred to be hairless, had to remove both his ears after she was treated for skin cancer. And now, pint-sized pets don’t leave home without UV protection and applying sunscreen by dedicated owner Bev Nicholson, 56.
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Ms. Nicholson, a pet store owner from Peterborough, said: ‘I saved Bug from a mall a year ago – she suffered a major eye injury, the sad thing is that it has to be removed. ‘I fell in love with her and knew that I wanted to take her home and the Premium Christmas Lights Chinese Crested Dog Sweater and T-Shirt! ‘When I took Bug home, her earrings became rough, the wounds won’t heal – they spread and changed from a wound to open wound. ‘Both veterinarians and I have tried many methods such as colloidal silver, coconut oil, aloe vera, manuka honey as well as veterinary creams, covering them and leaving the wound ineffective.
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‘This leaves us with no choice but to cut off the ears.’ Chinese crested dogs were originally bred to be companions of the disabled because they hardly need exercise and are happy to spend the whole day wandering around the house and the Premium Christmas Lights Chinese Crested Dog Sweater and T-Shirt! Although it is believed that the dogs originally came from South Africa, it is likely that their name comes from being used as the hiss of Chinese sailors. And her unusual appearance meant she was the one talking about the town when Miss Nicholson took her for a walk – with the couple having to stop to explain Bug’s bizarre outfits several times a day to make it difficult. scarf for pedestrians.