3:53 PM Posted by Jason
Chawawa puppies (also referred to as Chihuahuas or Chihuahuenos in Spanish) are the smallest dog of all the breeds. The American Kennel Club does not state a specified height or weight standard for this breed. This is due to the fact that their heights often tend to vary. A typical Chihuahua is about 12 to 15 inches in height, but sometimes they can grow to be 12 to 15 inches. The health conditions this breed is prone to include epilepsy and seizures.
There are two different types of Chihuahuas, the long-haired and short-haired. Their coats can be practically any color and can either be solid or patterned in a variety of ways. Some patterns found on Chihuahuas are spotting, masks, and brindle. What differs a Chihuahuas temperament from other breeds is the fact that it depends directly on the temperament of its parents or grandparents. Many breeds usually carry the same temperament overall, but this is not the case for Chihuahuas.