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Chihuahua types - There's a type of Chihuahua for everyone

If you love Chihuahuas, of course you'll want to know more about them. These fascinating animals originated in Chihuahua, Mexico and were objects of worship to the ancient Aztecs. The word "chihuahua" means an arid, sandy place and there are actually several types of Chihuahua dogs.

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Raising a Chihuahua to be happy and healthy

The pint sized stature of the Chihuahua makes it a dog of choice for someone who is short on space but long on the desire to have an adorable pet. Be aware, though, that the small size that makes them so cute also brings on it's own set of challenges for raising a Chihuahua.

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Interesting Pug facts

Known for his ancient and royal roots, the Pug is a popular and beloved dog breed. In fact, as one of the oldest breeds known to man, the Pug was once a respected resident of Imperial palaces. Here's some more Pug facts that you might find interesting:

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Pug dog health care tips

The Pug dog breed is one of today's most popular breeds and anyone who is thinking about adding one to their family should become familiar with the specifics of pug dog health care. The Pug as a breed has been known for over 3000 years. They were accepted as a member of the AKC Toy Group in 1885 and are known for their flat, pushed in face which is wrinkly as well as their curly tail and short fur. Pugs have a hefty short body, usually weighing between 13 to 20 lbs and standing about 10 to 14 inches high.

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What small dog breed is best for you?

Small dog breeds are also called toy dogs. The dogs are the smallest types of dogs available. Small dogs also tend to be less expensive then larger dogs as they eat less, due to their size, and generally have less mess, less shedding and generally less cost.

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Tips for choosing a dog breed

The first step to choosing a dog breed is analyzing your lifestyle. As with anything certain dogs will suit particular lifestyles better than others so you need to choose accordingly. Getting a dog is a big task and will require a lot of time, training, socializing and exercising your dog. Puppies take up a lot of time and require a lot of attention.

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