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Description: The Chihuahua is a tiny dog with an apple-shaped head and a short pointed muzzle. It has round, large, very dark eyes, sometimes dark ruby or luminous in color. The trademark large ears are held erect. Puppies have a soft spot on the top of the skull. The bone usually closes the gap by adulthood. The body is stout, longer than it is tall, and the tail is sickle-shaped - curled over the back or to the side. Besides the common short-haired variety there is also a long- haired type. Colors include fawn, sand, chestnut, silver and steel blue, black & tan and part-color. The dog is more robust than he looks, with a level back, and legs coming down straight and square.

Height: 6-9 inches, Weight: 1-3 kg.

Temperament: The Chihuahua is a good companion dog. Courageous, extremely lively, proud and enterprising, it gives and demands affection. Bold and saucy, it moves swiftly to avoid being stepped on. Chihuahua's are strong-willed, intensely loyal and become very attached to their owners, even to the point of jealousy. Chihuahuas generally make a good companion dog, make wonderful family pets and are also very loyal to their owners. They are highly intelligent and generally learn quickly. They tend to be highly courageous, lively and proud. They can however, be protective of their owners and become suspicious of strangers and quickly become feisty if they feel under threat. They like to lick their owner's faces. Be sure to socialize your Chihuahua as a pup to avoid excessive aggressiveness with other dogs as well as reserve with strangers.

Exercise: These are active little dogs, which need a daily walk. Play will take care of a lot of their exercise needs, however, as with all breeds; play will not fulfill their primal instinct to walk.

Grooming: The smooth, short-haired coat should be gently brushed occasionally or simply wiped over with a damp cloth. The long coat should be brushed daily with a soft bristle brush. Bathe both types about once per month, taking care not to get water in the ears. Check the ears regularly and keep the nails trimmed. This breed is an average shedder.

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