Powderpap Breed Appearance
Because the Powderpap has the Chinese Crested as an ancestor, his appearance can vary quite a lot. Sometimes, his fur may be the very short version, combined with the feathering around the ears and face from the Papillon. Other times, he may be the longer haired version of the Chinese Crested mixed with the Papillon, which will require a lot of extra maintenance and care. Regardless of hair type, the Powderpap will always have longer hair around the feet, tail, ears, and muzzle. He is a small dog that reaches up to 13 inches and weighs around 12 pounds fully grown. The Powderpap has round, brown eyes that bug out just enough to make him look slightly comical and over excited about everything. A small muzzle with a black nose and large ears (usually erect) complete the overall, average appearance of the Powderpap. This may change, even within the same litter, due to being a hybrid breed.