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Dog Facts about Chihuahuas You Need to Know

Chihuahua - the smallest breed of dog, which is named in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico. The dog weighs 4-6 pounds and reaches a height of 15-25 cm. It comes in a variety of coat colors such as light brown, dark, and saw palmetto.


Temperament

The dog easily provoked to attack; so it is not suitable for households with small children, who often try to get a dog. Although it is easy to provoke, he was very devoted to his guardian. In most cases, it is usually very faithful to one's guardian.

In an extreme case, the dog tends to be overprotective custody, especially around other animals and people.

Chihuahua is not easy to get along with other breeds, and he likes to live in a "clean" environment where he prefers to interact with other Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mix. Good to note that the dog loves his crib and he usually burrow into the pillows, blankets and fabric circles.

Although it is a dog character, you can change it with the right training. One of the best ways to learn it - is to expose it to different people, dogs, and other animals.

How to train a Chihuahua

Good to note that a dog is very independent; so it usually occurs when he attempts to take over the role of head of the house. To avoid this, you have to be very strong, and let him know that you are a leader.

While the dog is very independent, he is very smart; so it is easy to understand what is being taught. Research has shown that he likes the physical and mental stimulation.

Like other dogs, it responds well to positive dog training; so you have to encourage him to continue to do the right thing. The best way to promote it - is through praise and awards.

If you get a puppy, the first thing you should do is teach him the pot. Once he's all right, now you have to participate in the training crates. You must also teach him basic commands such as sit, stay, heel, and go down.

Health Problems

One of the best things about the dog is that he is inclined to only a few genetic problems. Although this is the case, you need to be careful with the common problems that affect the dog. For example, you need to be careful when eye problems, obesity, bone fractures, and epilepsy.


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