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This kind of dog is a Chihuahua. The scientific name for the Chihuahua is Canis familiaris.
The Chihuahua is a tiny toy sized dog. The body is longer than it is tall. The head is well-rounded, apple in shape and the muzzle is short and pointed with a well-defined stop. Puppies have a soft spot on the top of the skull called a "molera," which usually closes by adulthood. The large, round eyes are set well apart and are dark, ruby, and may be lighter in white dogs. The erect ears are large. Dewclaws may be removed. The tail is long, sickle-shaped and either curled over the back or to the side. The coat can be short, long and wavy or flat. All colors, both solid, marked or splashed are accepted. Colors include, but are not limited to, black, white, chestnut, fawn, sand, silver, sable, steel blue, black & tan and parti-color.
The lifespan for the Chihuahua is 15-20 years.
The average speed of the Chihuahua is 5 miles an hour. Pretty fast for a little dog.
The typical weight for the Chihuahua is approximately 2 to 6 pounds.
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The height of a Chihuahua is usually 6to 9 inches.
The length of a Chihuahua from nose to tail is 10.5 inches to 12.0 inches.
The mass of a Chihuahua is 0.9 – 1.8 kg (The Kennel Club (UK) breed standard) or 1.8 – 4.5 kg (Male, Female).
The Chihuahuas is not extinct it is still surviving.
Chihuahuas are usually domesticated.
Most people believe that Chihuahuas originated in Mexico, but that has never been proven. Others believe that they (or a domesticated dog very similar to them) were brought over from China or even Europe. Their name certainly came from Chihuahua, Mexico. But now, they do not have any certain habitat. They are very warm blooded dogs....they do not like cold weather. They are fine in smaller spaces because they are small enough to get the exercise they need indoors.
A Chihuahua usually eats dog food human food it just depends on what its owner feeds it.
Chihuahuas are very loyal companions. They may show a tendency toward aggression when in their owners arms. It can seem sweet and cute at first to see them protect you, but this behavior should be strongly discouraged. After all you don't want to raise a mean or aggressive dog. This stems from the fact that Chihuahuas regard their owners as the center of their universe. This is one of the most notable characteristics of the Chihuahua. They actually prefer human company over that of other dogs. Most dogs when called, will continue to play, but a Chihuahua will stop whatever he is doing and run to you. Chihuahuas love to be cuddled above all else. Chihuahuas will actually employ tricks to get their owner's attention when they want to be held. If you are too busy at the time to notice these clever tricks the Chihuahua will patiently wait until you have finished and take notice of them. Chihuahuas are very dedicated dogs.
Their social activities for Chihuahuas are required little exercise, but they do need a daily walk. They also enjoy playing indoors and out.