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Although the Chihuahua is one of the most famous dog breeds in the world, their roots and history remain a bit of a mystery. The most common theory is that the Chihuahua is descended from the Techichi, a companion dog favored by the Toltec civilization in Mexico. Most people also agree that they trace back to the actual state of Chihuahua in Mexico which makes sense. In the s, Mexican merchants started selling these tiny dogs at the border to tourists, many of whom were Americans. Of course this is just one theory of many!

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Chihuahua temperament, personality, training, behavior, pros and cons, advice, and information, by Michele WeltonDog Trainer, Behavioral Consultant, Author of 15 Dog Books.

Chihuahuas are comical, entertaining, expressive, and loyal little dogs. They burrow under blankets, dance on their hind legs, wave their paws in the air, and lick everything in sight. Chihuahuas are absolutely brimming with personality — often a quirky and eccentric personality unmatched by any other breed. Other than that generalization, Chihuahuas are extremely variable.

Chihuahua dog breed information and personality traits

You can find individuals who are lively or placid. Bold or timid. Feisty or mellow. Confident or nervous. Stubborn or eager to please. How a Chihuahua turns out depends very much on the genetic temperament of his parents and grandparents. In other words, entire lines of Chihuahuas are social or antisocial. If you bring home an individual who has inherited genes for a bad temperament Socialization and training often can't overcome bad genes in a Chihuahua.

But socialization and training ARE still extremely important! As long as your Chihuahua has inherited genes for a normal temperament, how you raise him will determine how he turns out. Chihuahuas do not have a particularly good reputation among the general public. Ask a few people, "Do you think Chihuahuas are nice dogs? They're mean and nasty and they bite!

Chihuahuas: what's good about 'em, what's bad about 'em

Sadly, this reputation has some basis in truth. So many people stupidly breed two Chihuahuas whose temperaments are not good. Then their puppies inherit genes for a bad temperament. Other people take a perfectly good Chihuahua and treat him like a stuffed toy or doll, or as a substitute for a human infant.

They carry him everywhere in their arms, which essentially tells the dog that the world is unsafe for him to walk through. Or they don't teach any commands, laugh at s of aggression, make excuses for bad behavior, and soothe and coo over the dog constantly. It's no pet that so many Chihuahuas are neurotic when they're made that way by their owners. Spoiling is a dreadful way to raise a dog; all it does is make the owner feel good, while creating an insecure dog who barks manically whenever he sees something that looks or sounds unfamiliar.

What an awful state of mind for that dog to live with. Long Coat Chihuahuas — a black and a chocolate. On a chocolate Chihuahua, even the nose is chocolate brown. All dogs, whatever their size, should be taught how to walk on their own four feet, how to do what they're told, and how to get along peacefully with the world.

This creates a chihuahua, stable Chihuahua.

Now, you do need to take precautions! There are indeed dangers lurking everywhere for toy dogs. The trick is to let your Chihuahua walk on his own as much as possible, while still keeping an eagle eye out for real danger. If you don't protect his safety, he can be hurt or killed, but if you baby him and don't require him to be well-behaved, he can end up insecure or downright nasty.

Chihuahuas adore pet, oh, yes! They will seek out the tiniest sunspot in which to bask blissfully. They also burrow under blankets and tunnel under towels. You need to be careful whenever you sit down on your sofa or bed, as there could be a Chihuahua tucked under there. Why do Chihuahuas chihuahua or tremble so much? Well, they might be a little cold, but usually they quiver when they're either nervous or excited. The most difficult thing to teach a Chihuahua? Chihuahuas are VERY difficult to housebreak — one of the most difficult of all breeds — especially in cold or wet weather.

In cold or rainy climates, consider an indoor litter box, or a doggy door that le out to a covered potty area. Some Long Coat Chihuahuas have a bushy coat, while with others such as these three loveliesyou can only tell they're longhaired by the tufts of hair near their ears.

7 things you should know about chihuahuas

According to the official breed clubs, Chihuahuas should be about inches at the shoulder and weigh lbs. But some individuals are smaller, and many individuals are larger — often twice as large. Those phrases are made-up. There is no such breed or variety as a Teacup Chihuahua, or any of the other names. They're simply marketing phrases used by clever breeders who want you to think you're getting some kind of extra-special Chihuahua Such a breeder might tell you that "Toy" Chihuahuas are a certain weight range, "Tiny Toy" Chihuahuas are slightly smaller, "Extreme Tiny" Chihuahuas are smaller than that, etc.

These breeders might even price their dogs according to weight, as if that should define a dog's value. And their prices are typically ridiculous. There are NO weight divisions in this breed.

It is perfectly natural for one individual to weigh more or less than another. Whether an individual weighs 2 lbs or 6 lbs or 12 lbs, he's still a Chihuahua, which is a Toy breed.

All Chihuahuas are Toys. Unfortunately, Chihuahuas under 2 or 3 lbs are at greater risk when it comes to health. Their bones are more fragile. There isn't enough room in their mouth for healthy teeth. They can have difficulty regulating their blood sugar and can go into hypoglycemic shock if they go too long without eating.

Their internal organs are often weak and can fail suddenly — you might come downstairs one morning and find them inexplicably dead in their basket. Thus, responsible Chihuahua breeders never try to produce these high-risk creatures. If an especially tiny Chihuahua pops up in one of their normal-size litters, they find the best home they can for it. But they try not to produce them in the first place. So if possible, try to stick with Chihuahuas who will mature at 4 lbs and up.

They have the best chance of living a normal healthy life. How can you tell whether a Chihuahua puppy will mature at 4 lbs and up? There's a general rule of thumb that says you can take the weight of a Chihuahua puppy at 14 weeks old and double it to estimate his adult weight. So to get an adult who will weigh 4 lbs and up, look for a week-old pup who weighs at least 2 lbs. It's not perfect, but it's usually pretty close.

Also look at the parents. If both parents are less than 6 lbs, their pups are more likely to be, too.

If one or both is oversized, their pups are more likely to be, too. Would you feel silly bringing a postal scale along when you visit a litter of Chihuahua pups? I wouldn't. An awful lot of breeders will lowball their pups' weights in order to make a sale.

Six reasons chihuahuas are the absolute best

Don't be too quick to pass up Chihuahuas who are at the top end of of normal, or even oversized individuals. They're still Chihuahuas, they're still plenty small, and they make sturdier pets. We've already talked about different sizes.