The Life of Animals | Chihuahua | Breed standards for this dog as a rule does not specify the height, the weight and description of their overall proportions. As a rule, the height varies from six to ten inches, however, some dogs grow taller than 12-15 inches (30-38 cm). Both British and American breed standards state that a Chihuahua must not weigh more than six pounds conformation. International Canine Federation (FCI) standard calls for dogs ideally between 1.5 and 3.0 kg (3.3 and 6.6 kg.) As a rule, paintings race as to cover the long and short of Chihuahua are identical except for the description of coverage. Chihuahua breeders often use terms such as cup, Pocket Size, tiny toy, miniature and standard for the description of the dogs. These terms are not recognized breed standards and are considered a marketing ploy to inflate the value of puppies.Chihuahuas commonly called Apple, heads or deer, the first with a short nose and a rounded head like an apple, the latter was a nose more and elongated head.
Both British and American breed standards state that a Chihuahua must not weigh more than 6 pounds conformation. UK Kennel Club and American Kennel Club in the United States only recognize two varieties of Chihuahua: the long coat and smooth coat, also known as short-haired. They are genetically the same breed. Long-haired Chihuahuas are actually smoother to the touch, with soft, fine hairs of the undercoat and soft, which gives them a fluffy appearance. Unlike many breeds of long-haired, long-haired Chihuahuas do not require cleaning and minimal training. Contrary to popular belief, long-haired breeds, and usually produces less than short hair counterparts. If well managed older children 13 and above, they can adapt to a life with a dedicated owner. Chihuahuas love their burrows and often performs with pillows, blankets and clothing in the way.
Chihuahuas come in almost any combination of colors or a solid sprinkling of inscription, allowing the black to solid white solid colored sabled, or many other colors and patterns. In May 2007 the Kennel Club has decided not to register puppies with the color of the health risks associated with the gene responsible, and in December of that year formally amended the Breed Standard disqualify harlequin dogs. International Canine Federation, which represents the main clubs from 84 countries, and also disqualified Merle. Opponents of marble stains appeared the suspect recognized modern plant breeding with other dogs, and not by natural genetic drift,